Ratings knockout as ABC1 still tops TEN
ABC1 has again beaten TEN's Primary Channel share in the week's ratings, but it was another win for Seven overall.
ABC1 has again beaten TEN’s Primary Channel share in the week’s ratings, as it has done for several weeks.
ABC1 was 12.9% ahead of TEN’s 12.5% despite interim CEO Lachlan Murdoch talking up the network’s position to shareholders. Admittedly we aren’t in ratings survey, however TEN hasn’t beaten ABC1 outright since mid-October.
But it was again Seven that won the week over Nine.
Seven Network won with 28.2 ahead of Nine 27.4, TEN 19.8, ABC 18.0, SBS 6.7.
In Primary Channels Seven led with 19.6 over Nine 19.1, ABC1 12.9, TEN 12.5 and SBS ONE 5.6.
This week the Multichannels mixed it up a bit. 7TWO was 5.0 then ELEVEN 4.6, GO! 4.2, GEM 4.1, 7mate 3.5, ABC2 3.2, ONE 2.7, ABC News 24 and SBS TWO both on 1.1 and ABC3 on 0.8.
Nine again easily led the demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Seven ranked first in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth with Nine again winning Sydney and Melbourne.
Seven topped Monday – Friday with Nine winning Sunday and Saturday. ABC bettered TEN on Saturday.
The #1 show for the week was Seven News (Sunday) on 1.14m viewers. Only 8 titles ranked above the magic million, divided between Seven News, Nine News, 60 Minutes and The Big Bang Theory.