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Reality gives Nine the night

Ratings: Another 1.9m for The Voice and another win to Nine.

2013-05-08_1013Nine took its third night this week thanks to its night of Reality TV.

Nine network share was 31.9% then Seven 25.0%, TEN 19.4%, ABC 17.8% and SBS 5.9%.

The Voice (1.9m) led the night for Nine. Nine News was 1.29m, A Current Affair was 1.04m, Celebrity Apprentice Boardroom was 829,000, Hot Seat was 720,000, and Movie: The Ugly Truth was 417,000.

Seven News (1.24m) was best for Seven then Packed to the Rafters (1.14m), Today Tonight (1.02m), Home and Away (820,000), RSPCA Animal Rescue (669,000) and Deal or no Deal (495,000).

NCIS did good business for TEN with 876,000, then TEN News (715,000), The Biggest Loser (685,000), NCIS: LA (603,000) and The Project (499,000). The Simpsons was 379,000.

ABC News (959,000) led ABC1 followed by New Tricks (796,000), Foreign Correspondent (650,000), 7:30 (607,000) and At the Movies (501,000).

Who Do You Think You Are? was 362,000 for SBS ONE then Insight (229,000), World News Australia (205,000) and Dateline (149,000).

Neighbours topped multichannels with 327,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 7 May 2013

16 Responses

  1. Think channel 9 will win the ratings this week but rely too heavily on just a few shows, they don’t have any in depth follow up and once these are finished I think they will be back in square one with all the repeats and repeats and repeats yet again, they need to get rid of more dead wood.

  2. Good to see At The Movies crack the 500k mark. It looks like it has been getting numbers on Tuesday nights than what it was getting on Wednesday nights where it was on for numerous years.

    Also, good to see SBS getting good numbers. Who Do You Think You Are gets great numbers for the channel. The ”quiet achiever” – Insight – is doing good numbers for sbs too. Hope there is more publicity for these shows.

  3. Seven stumbled with Celebrity Splash and delaying House Rules so they will probably lose the week for the first time this year. Wonder if giving Nine Australia’s Got Talent will be their next mistake.

  4. Such is the divide between Seven and Ten that 876,000 for NCIS is deemed “good business”, whereas Celebrity Splash was considered a massive flop with 821,000.

    The Project must be disappointed with those ratings considering Sandra “Sultry” was on the desk last night…

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