Nine wins first night of 2012 Ratings
Nine pipped Seven at the post to take out the first night of the 2012 Ratings year thanks to One Day Cricket.
It was a close tussle, but Nine pipped Seven at the post to take out the first night of the 2012 Ratings year.
Nine finished with 28.9% to Seven’s 28.4%. TEN had 22.8%, ABC 15.8% and SBS 4.1%.
Nine topped the night with Nine News at 1.56m thanks to the lead in of One Day Cricket (Sess.1: 947,000 / Sess. 2: 1.09m). It was a long way ahead of Seven News on 1.18m and light years in front of The Project (390,000).
Next best for Seven was Sunday Night (1.13m) then Border Security (1.1m), The Force (1.04m), Bones (1.03m) and Castle (885,000 / 559,000 rpt).
New Girl was the top general entertainment show of the night on 1.16m for TEN followed by Modern Family (1.11m). Slipping under the magic million for the first time were Homeland (981,000 / 820,000) and Young Talent Time (728,000). TEN News was 530,000.
Grand Designs led ABC1’s night on 934,000 with Midsomer Murders at 890,000. ABC News was 876,000. Dancing with Dictators was just 155,000.
A History of Celtic Britain was 268,000 for SBS ONE with World News Australia on 187,000 and The Code on 158,000.