Thursday 25 July 2013

Report:  Daily Free-to-Air Share
Channels:All Free-to-Air Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
Demographics: Total People (incl. guests)
Day-part: 18:00 – 24:00
Day: 

Thursday
Date:25/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

13.4%

Network ABC2

2.8%

Network ABC3

0.6%

Network ABC News 24

0.9%

Network ABC TTL

17.8%

Network 7

20.3%

Network 7TWO

4.0%

Network 7mate

2.0%

Network 7 TTL

26.3%

Network 9

26.1%

Network GO!

4.2%

Network Gem

3.5%

Network 9 TTL

33.8%

Network TEN

11.8%

Network ONE

1.7%

Network ELEVEN

2.7%

Network TEN TTL

16.2%

Network SBS ONE

5.2%

Network SBS 2

0.6%

Network NITV

0.2%

Network SBS TTL

6.0%

 

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:All Free-to-Air
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day: 

Thursday
Date:25/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -THUNetwork 9

1,372,000

368,000

435,000

326,000

116,000

127,000

2

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

1,306,000

399,000

468,000

261,000

79,000

99,000

3

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

1,146,000

297,000

379,000

255,000

121,000

94,000

4

SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

1,143,000

270,000

263,000

249,000

138,000

222,000

5

A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9

1,097,000

319,000

394,000

235,000

70,000

79,000

6

TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

992,000

223,000

232,000

218,000

101,000

219,000

7

ABC NEWS-EVNetwork ABC1

935,000

271,000

305,000

135,000

91,000

133,000

8

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

828,000

206,000

356,000

123,000

68,000

74,000

9

HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

814,000

190,000

190,000

194,000

86,000

153,000

10

7.30-EVNetwork ABC1

770,000

241,000

229,000

126,000

80,000

94,000

11

CATALYST-EVNetwork ABC1

705,000

198,000

220,000

125,000

70,000

92,000

12

HOT SEATNetwork 9

693,000

197,000

215,000

170,000

47,000

64,000

13

FORMAL WARSNetwork 7

676,000

130,000

176,000

168,000

69,000

133,000

14

TEN NEWS AT FIVENetwork TEN

664,000

212,000

185,000

109,000

53,000

104,000

15

ABC NEWS UPDATE-EVNetwork ABC1

653,000

188,000

191,000

134,000

59,000

81,000

16

WONDERS OF LIFE-EVNetwork ABC1

633,000

202,000

184,000

103,000

69,000

76,000

17

LAW & ORDER: SVU RPTNetwork TEN

573,000

181,000

136,000

127,000

60,000

70,000

18

CLARKE AND DAWE-EVNetwork ABC1

561,000

137,000

167,000

115,000

60,000

82,000

19

M-BRIDESMAIDSNetwork 7

519,000

109,000

149,000

89,000

58,000

115,000

20

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA – MASTERCLASSNetwork TEN

492,000

143,000

186,000

47,000

40,000

77,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:All free-to-air Digital Multi Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day: 

Thursday
Date:25/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV TX2Network GO!

338,000

75,000

100,000

83,000

43,000

37,000

2

SHAUN THE SHEEP-PMNetwork ABC2

314,000

85,000

91,000

53,000

40,000

45,000

3

CHARLIE AND LOLA-PMNetwork ABC2

301,000

73,000

84,000

64,000

38,000

42,000

4

PETER RABBIT-PMNetwork ABC2

298,000

66,000

99,000

48,000

39,000

45,000

5

NEIGHBOURSNetwork ELEVEN

285,000

69,000

63,000

71,000

31,000

52,000

6

PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2

282,000

70,000

92,000

46,000

35,000

39,000

7

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PMNetwork ABC2

261,000

65,000

84,000

42,000

32,000

38,000

8

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV TX1Network GO!

254,000

59,000

69,000

66,000

33,000

27,000

9

MOFY-EVNetwork ABC2

241,000

66,000

60,000

50,000

33,000

32,000

10

MIFFY AND FRIENDS-EVNetwork ABC2

228,000

64,000

59,000

42,000

31,000

31,000

11

LITTLE CHARLEY BEAR-AMNetwork ABC2

227,000

74,000

61,000

31,000

30,000

30,000

12

MOUK-AMNetwork ABC2

224,000

68,000

57,000

36,000

35,000

29,000

13

LITTLE TED’S BIG ADVENTURE-AMNetwork ABC2

223,000

69,000

65,000

30,000

27,000

31,000

14

SPICKS AND SPECKS-EVNetwork ABC2

222,000

58,000

64,000

56,000

28,000

16,000

15

BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-AMNetwork ABC2

221,000

69,000

64,000

27,000

35,000

25,000

16

CLOUDBABIES-EVNetwork ABC2

214,000

64,000

52,000

40,000

28,000

30,000

17

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EVNetwork ABC2

211,000

68,000

53,000

38,000

26,000

27,000

18

TOBY’S TRAVELLING CIRCUS-AMNetwork ABC2

211,000

65,000

54,000

27,000

35,000

31,000

19

MIKE & MOLLY -EVNetwork GO!

210,000

50,000

51,000

58,000

27,000

24,000

20

COASTWATCHNetwork 7TWO

205,000

60,000

59,000

34,000

27,000

26,000

 

Free to Air:  25-54 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -THUNetwork 9

726,000

188,000

235,000

180,000

55,000

68,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

628,000

155,000

213,000

146,000

63,000

51,000

3

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

482,000

156,000

147,000

114,000

26,000

38,000

4

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

442,000

119,000

178,000

72,000

35,000

39,000

5

SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

405,000

99,000

113,000

69,000

52,000

71,000

 

Free to Air:  18-49 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -THUNetwork 9

668,000

182,000

213,000

157,000

54,000

62,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

561,000

146,000

186,000

126,000

60,000

44,000

3

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

407,000

111,000

160,000

73,000

33,000

31,000

4

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

379,000

124,000

117,000

93,000

17,000

29,000

5

FORMAL WARSNetwork 7

353,000

77,000

93,000

81,000

33,000

69,000

 

Free to Air:  16-39 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -THUNetwork 9

443,000

134,000

130,000

97,000

37,000

46,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH UNLOCKEDNetwork 9

363,000

109,000

113,000

75,000

39,000

27,000

3

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

252,000

70,000

95,000

48,000

22,000

17,000

4

FORMAL WARSNetwork 7

246,000

45,000

62,000

59,000

26,000

53,000

5

M-BRIDESMAIDSNetwork 7

224,000

42,000

73,000

37,000

23,000

49,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:Thursday
Date: 

25/07/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

RIVER COTTAGE AUSTRALIALifeStyle Channel

108,000

2

LIVE: AFL 360FOX FOOTY

91,000

3

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

70,000

4

DUCK DYNASTYA&E

65,000

5

FAMILY GUYFOX8

57,000

6

PAWN STARSA&E

56,000

7

CORONATION STREETUKTV

56,000

8

SELLING HOUSES AUSTRALIALifeStyle Channel

55,000

9

LIVE: STERLOFOX SPORTS 1

55,000

10

DUCK DYNASTYA&E

47,000

11

CRIMINAL MINDSFX

46,000

12

GEORGE CLARKE’S AMAZING SPACESLifeStyle Channel

45,000

13

FUTURAMAFOX8

44,000

14

NCISTV1

43,000

15

PAWN STARSA&E

42,000

16

REGULAR SHOWCartoon Network

42,000

17

THE BRIDGEFX

40,000

18

ADVENTURE TIMECartoon Network

40,000

19

PAUL MURRAY LIVESKY NEWS

40,000

20

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

40,000

 

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17 Comments:

  1. Masterclas is usually the only must see ep of Masterchef for me, I don’t get the hate for it, I suppose there’s not as much reality vanity and bitchiness as other “reality” shows.

  2. @Maxxdude
    “The Voice..cross section..blablabla”
    The Voice had kind of an audience due to overlength, celebrities and ordinary people singing. Everything else is just blabla. I wouldn’t talk about a success of The Voice, because it’s numbers were so low in contrast to the outlay. The main issue is that our market lacks proper leaders!

  3. I thought that Better Man was excellent & the last few minutes was the most gripping TV this year.

    Shame about Formal Wars but Seven’s pitch for teenage girls seems to be failing which is ominous for X Factor. Has anyone noticed that X Factor has not featured a contestant over 20 yet (even they have an over 25s section).

    Teenage girls will not save a network. Just look at what Ten did to the Idol franchise to see that. That is why The Voice has been so successful because they have feature a cross section of contestants not just teenagers.

  4. Don’t understand the ratings success of the Block and we certainly don’t watch it.

    I think this is the first time Masterchef – masterclass has been in the top 20 and I think it certainly deserves it as it is fun, educational and entertaining this year. If the main show goes to individual competition, then even M/C itself may break the 1 million mark once again. Wake up Shine, be4 it is too late !

    Otherwise Thursday night is a TV wasteland for us. Roll out the VPR & the VCR and away we go. 🙂

  5. Eventhough The Block is still extremly successful, we definitely need some more exciting shows coming by boat from overseas like The Voice and Boston Legal. I loved Boston Legal. BL was a show with an excellent script!

  6. EventhoughThe Block is still extremly successful, we definitely need more shows coming by boat from overseas like The Voice and Boston Legal

  7. I’m not sure about the rest of the country, but here in Sydney Seven News has been going from 6pm until 6:40pm and then a 20 minute version of Today Tonight. I actually prefer it, but interestingly the EPG still lists TT as starting at 6:32pm, so I’m guessing the ratings don’t truly reflect Seven News/TT for Sydney.

  8. I wanted to like Better Man, but it was a cheesy telemovie soap opera hybrid. Clunky dialogue (the banter between the Aussie cops was hilariously on-the-nose), one-dimensional characters and cartoon villains, way too much padding (how many shots of people walking along busy streets in Asia do we really need), too many transition shots, flashbacks that don’t advance the story, a romantic subplot that seems to have no purpose, and a bunch of losers yelling at each other in the vain hope of conveying how scary the situation is (screenwriting tip – shouting is not a form of conflict).

    And to think that we’ve still got another episode. Let me guess – it features Bryan Brown yelling at people.

  9. I would have thought that Better Man would get more than what it got. It was a good drama. I just hope its numbers pick up next week second (and final) episode.

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