X Factor marks the spot
Ratings: The X Factor has now won 6 of 6 nights - a much needed hit for FremantleMedia after some disappointing shows this year.
For the third night in a row The X Factor has topped the ratings. The Seven show has now won 6 of 6 nights it has played – a much needed hit for FremantleMedia after some disappointing shows this year.
Seven was 32.8% then Nine 23.5%, ABC 18.3%, TEN 17.6% and SBS 7.8%.
The X Factor was 1.43m for Seven then Seven News (1.18m), Today Tonight (1.07m), Home and Away (976,000), Criminal Minds (956,000), Deal or No Deal (529,000) and Covert Affairs (426,000).
Big Brother and Nine News both level pegged on 1.10m for Nine followed by ACA (1.00m), The Farmer Wants a Wife (894,000) another FremantleMedia show, Hot Seat (567,000) and Dallas (368,000 / 258,000).
ABC News was 1.04m for ABC1 then Gruen Planet (810,000), Qi (725,000), 7:30 (719,000), Would I Lie to You? (513,000), Randling (471,000), Australia’s Paralympians (385,000) and At the Movies (316,000).
Puberty Blues (751,000) was best for TEN. TEN News was 674,000, Modern Family was 534,000, The Project 6pm was 431,000, I Will Survive (also from FremantleMedia) was 360,000 and Class Of was 290,000.
Go Back to Where You Came From was 652,000 for SBS ONE, down 100,000 on Tuesday. Last year the trend was to increase with each night. Wildest Africa was 295,000, Sandhurst Military Academy was 262,000 and World News Australia was 179,000.
Neighbours (yep, FremantleMedia) topped multichannels with 334,000.