Nine takes third week in a row

Nine has won its third week in a row, thanks to its Reality shows pushing to the top.

The Voice aired twice last week hitting #1  and #2 with 2.62m / 2.26m viewers and The Block was #3 with 1.56m.

Nine Network won with 32.0% over Seven 28.7%, TEN 17.5%, ABC 16.7% and SBS 5.2%.

Nine’s primary channel was 25.9% then Seven 22.2%, ABC1 12.7%, TEN 11.9% and SBS ONE 4.3%.

Also rating for Nine were Nine News (Sunday 1.5m), 60 Minutes (1.33m) and A Current Affair (1.07m).

Seven News (Sunday 1.48m) was Seven’s strongest performer, plus Revenge (1.33m), Australia’s Got Talent (1.3m), Dancing with the Stars (1.23m) and Packed to the Rafters (1.1m).

Modern Family (977,000) led TEN’s week followed by The Biggest Loser (Weigh-In & Elimination 861,000), New Girl (802,000) and TEN News (743,000).

On ABC1 New Tricks scored with 1.18m then ABC News (Saturday 967,000), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (877,000) and Randling (857,000).

How to Cook Like Heston (407,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by Who Do You Think You Are? (370,000) and World’s Most Dangerous Roads (328,000).

GO! topped multichannels with 3.8%, ahead of 7TWO 3.7%, ELEVEN 3.3%, 7mate 2.8%, ABC2 2.5%, ONE and Gem both on 2.3%, ABC News 24 and ABC3 both on 0.8% and ABC3 on 0.7%.

Nine easily won the demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Seven was first on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday with Nine winning Monday, Tuesday and Friday. ABC beat TEN on Monday, Friday and Saturday.

Nine was victorious in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with Seven continuing to own Adelaide and Perth.

This week MasterChef enters the arena and The Voice and Australia’s Got Talent both drop back to one episode each.

Corrected.

28 Comments:

  1. @ Max I agree Reality TV is mindless and it appears that as technology improves people lose the ability to follow plots, character developments and commit to regular drama!

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