Seven’s launch of Dancing with the Stars: All Stars has attracted more than 700,000 metro viewers, but Nine ultimately won the night with the help of Married at First Sight (MAFS).
Last night’s episode of the reality dancing show pulled in 744,000 metro viewers for total people, according to OzTam figures.
The show, previously with Ten last year, returned to Seven after four years away from the broadcaster. The show returns with a celebrity cast, including Bec Hewitt, Fifi Box, Manu Feildel.
Also on last night was MAFS which was the most watched program with 1.13 million metro viewers.
Seven News was the most watched news program with 1.09 million metro viewers. Meanwhile, Nine's 60 Minutes also had a big night with 830,000 metro viewers tuning in.
For people aged 18-49, MAFS took the top spot with 498,000 metro viewers, followed by Nine News with 287,000 metro viewers, and minutes with 279,000 metro viewers.
For people aged 25-54, MAFS dominated again with 563,000 metro viewers, followed by Nine News with 362,000 metro viewers, and 60 Minutes with 348,000 metro viewers.
Nine won the night with 36% of the network share, followed by Seven with 28.7% and Ten with 13.2%.
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