My Kitchen Rules broke the two million viewers mark last night, winning the night for Seven.
A total of 2.008 million fans tuned in across Australia's five metro areas to see the penultimate instant restaurant challenge – with South Australia's Bree and Jessica taking it on.
Seven's Resurrection was the second most-watched free-to-air program last night, pulling in an audience of 1.330 million, according to preliminary overnight ratings figures from OzTam.
The top two programs led to Seven winning the night overall, with 36.6% of the total audience share. Nine took 25.5%, the ABC achieved 17.7% and Ten took 15.7%.
Seven's Home and Away pushed over the one million mark, winning an audience of 1.005 million and ranking seventh most-watched program.
The Big Bang Theory, on Nine, was the only other non-news show in the top 10, taking out 10th spot with 865,000 viewers.
Completing the top 10 was Nine News, in third spot with 1.227 million viewers, Seven News was fourth with 1.173 million, Nine News at 6.30 was fifth with 1.160 million, Seven's Today Tonight was sixth with 1.092 million, ABC News was eighth with 957,000 and Nine's A Current Affair was ninth with 925,000.
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