SBS ONE: 4.1%
ABC News 24: 1.2%
SBS 2: 0.8%
Nine won the key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Seven won Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday while Nine took Sunday, Monday and Friday. ABC beat TEN every night except Sunday.
Seven was victorious in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth while Nine owned NRL cities Sydney and Brisbane.
My Kitchen Rules reached 1.89m on Wednesday as Seven’s top show with other brands Seven News (Sun: 1.51m / weeknights: 1.24m), Packed to the Rafters (1.42m), Downton Abbey (1.26m), The Force (1.06m), Revenge (1.01m) and Mrs. Brown’s Boys (993,000).
The Voice hit 2.06m on Monday as the week’s top show. Nine’s other performers were 60 Minutes (1.58m), Nine News (Sun: 1.42m, weeknights: 1.26m), The Big Bang Theory (highest: 1.19m), A Current Affair (1.06m) and House Husbands (1.04m).
ABC News (Weeknights: 951,000, Sat: 937,000) topped ABC1 followed by Inspector George Gently (837,000), The Checkout (826,000), Last Tango in Halifax (798,000), Doctor Who (728,000) and Australian Story (706,000).
TEN’s top show was Elementary (782,000) then TEN News (660,000), The Biggest Loser (Sun: 623,000), US Masters (Playoff Live: 599,000), NCIS (596,000), Law and Order: SVU (591,000) and Mr & Mrs Murder(551,000).
Food Safari (363,000) topped SBS ONE then Who Do You Think You Are? and Gourmet Farmer (both 357,000), Wildest India (265,000), Treasures Decoded (251,000) and The Truth About Exercise (247,000).