Seven’s new show Ultimate Tag premiered to less than 450,000 metro viewers last night, behind Nine’s Married at First Sight (MAFS) which topped the night.
The first episode of the game series, which was commissioned by Seven last year, aired from 7-8.30pm on Sunday night and attracted 447,000 metro viewers for total people, according to OzTam figures.
The show was beaten by MAFS, which aired at the same time, with 945,000 metro viewers, making it the most watched program for the night.
Meanwhile, Ten’s The Amazing Race, which aired from 7.30-9pm, attracted 461,000 metro viewers.
The most watched news program for total people was Seven News with 846,000 metro viewers.
For people aged 18-49, MAFS took the top spot attracting 375,000 metro viewers, followed by Nine’s 60 minutes with 223,000 metro viewers, and The Amazing Race with 205,000 metro viewers.
For people aged 25-54, MAFS was on top again with 437,000 metro viewers, followed by 60 minutes with 280,000 and The Amazing Race with 234,000 metro viewers.
Nine won the night with 34.6% of the free-to-air network share, followed by Seven with 23.9% and Ten with 17.6%.
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