There are now only 8 more weeks, including this one, remaining in the television year for 2012.
Unless current trends change dramatically, Seven should win the year in Total People and Nine should win the Demos. TEN is not at risk of losing Total People to the ABC, but it will likely be a diminished margin compared to 2011.
Seven won last week but Nine took the demos. NRL Grand Final was the week’s #1 show. ABC took third place once again.
SBS ONE: 4.4
ABC News 24: 0.9
SBS TWO: 0.8
Seven won every night except Sunday, which was won by Nine. The ABC defeated TEN all nights except Tuesday and Saturday.
Seven won each city except Melbourne, which fell to Nine.
The X Factor was best for Seven with 1.47m for its results show. Other brands were Seven News (Sat: 1.27m, weeknights: 1.16m, Sun: 1.15m), Winners and Losers (1.05m), Betters Homes and Gardens (1.02m), Surveillance Oz (1.00m) and Sunday Night (993,000).
The NRL Grand Final was adjusted to 2.5m for the match itself, lifting above its preliminary figure of 2.4m. Other titles were 60 Minutes (1.33m), Nine News (Sat: 1.43m, Sun: 1.07m, weeknights: 1.06m), The Big Bang Theory (1.12m), Big Brother (highest 1.1m), House Husbands (1.09m) and ACA (969,000).
ABC News (weeknights: 1.02m, Sat: 887,000) topped ABC1 then Gruen Planet (1.01m), Call the Midwife (983,000), Australian Story (960,000), Rake (787,000), The Hamster Wheel (785,000) and 7:30 (746,000).
NCIS topped TEN with 803,000 followed by Puberty Blues (705,000), TEN News (645,000), a Modern Family repeat (626,000), NCIS: LA (609,000) and Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals (582,000).
Who Do You Think You Are? was best for SBS ONE on 325,000 then Jerusalem: The Making of a Holy City (302,000), Coast (281,000), Rebuilding the Past (276,000), Prohibition (274,000) and Battle Castle (270,000).