Thursday 19 September 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:19/09/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

13.0%

Network ABC2

3.7%

Network ABC3

1.1%

Network ABC News 24

1.5%

Network ABC TTL

19.3%

Network 7

19.9%

Network 7TWO

4.9%

Network 7mate

3.9%

Network 7 TTL

28.7%

Network 9

21.0%

Network GO!

5.1%

Network Gem

3.1%

Network 9 TTL

29.2%

Network TEN

11.9%

Network ONE

1.6%

Network ELEVEN

3.2%

Network TEN TTL

16.8%

Network SBS ONE

5.0%

Network SBS 2

0.7%

Network NITV

0.3%

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:19/09/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

1,174,000

271,000

302,000

259,000

138,000

204,000

2

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

1,115,000

351,000

379,000

203,000

83,000

99,000

3

TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7

942,000

222,000

224,000

226,000

107,000

165,000

4

ABC NEWS-EVNetwork ABC1

911,000

258,000

308,000

128,000

90,000

127,000

5

HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

881,000

206,000

217,000

221,000

100,000

138,000

6

A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9

872,000

299,000

252,000

163,000

77,000

79,000

7

BIG BROTHER -THUNetwork 9

820,000

246,000

239,000

197,000

76,000

62,000

8

7.30-EVNetwork ABC1

806,000

257,000

252,000

136,000

74,000

88,000

9

DYNAMO: MAGICIAN IMPOSSIBLE (R)Network 7

775,000

173,000

237,000

160,000

85,000

120,000

10

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

753,000

193,000

319,000

88,000

83,000

71,000

11

UPPER MIDDLE BOGAN-EVNetwork ABC1

698,000

181,000

246,000

92,000

86,000

93,000

12

CATALYST-EVNetwork ABC1

643,000

196,000

198,000

113,000

58,000

78,000

13

TEN EYEWITNESS NEWSNetwork TEN

607,000

168,000

155,000

102,000

73,000

110,000

14

ABC NEWS UPDATE-EVNetwork ABC1

601,000

174,000

198,000

91,000

64,000

74,000

15

SAVE WITH JAMIENetwork TEN

597,000

184,000

170,000

88,000

69,000

86,000

16

CLARKE AND DAWE-EVNetwork ABC1

589,000

153,000

194,000

84,000

59,000

99,000

17

HOT SEATNetwork 9

581,000

188,000

182,000

134,000

37,000

40,000

18

LAW & ORDER: SVU RPTNetwork TEN

575,000

193,000

118,000

118,000

71,000

76,000

19

MILLION DOLLAR MINUTENetwork 7

573,000

140,000

176,000

107,000

90,000

60,000

20

THE PROJECTNetwork TEN

572,000

126,000

210,000

98,000

64,000

75,000

 

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:19/09/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV TX2Network GO!

331,000

99,000

97,000

63,000

37,000

35,000

2

JEMIMA’S BIG ADVENTURE-PMNetwork ABC2

316,000

67,000

112,000

69,000

32,000

36,000

3

KIOKA-PMNetwork ABC2

314,000

84,000

99,000

64,000

31,000

36,000

4

FLORRIE’S DRAGONS-PMNetwork ABC2

312,000

77,000

101,000

70,000

37,000

28,000

5

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV TX1Network GO!

305,000

94,000

78,000

50,000

43,000

41,000

6

NEIGHBOURSNetwork ELEVEN

293,000

67,000

75,000

60,000

48,000

43,000

7

FIREMAN SAM-PMNetwork ABC2

293,000

61,000

101,000

64,000

32,000

34,000

8

PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2

283,000

67,000

105,000

51,000

33,000

28,000

9

SPICKS AND SPECKS-EVNetwork ABC2

279,000

60,000

91,000

60,000

33,000

34,000

10

SHAUN THE SHEEP: CHAMPIONSHEEPS-PMNetwork ABC2

276,000

68,000

84,000

61,000

38,000

25,000

11

BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-AMNetwork ABC2

271,000

61,000

91,000

59,000

28,000

33,000

12

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PMNetwork ABC2

259,000

45,000

115,000

41,000

34,000

25,000

13

OCTONAUTS-AMNetwork ABC2

250,000

47,000

90,000

48,000

29,000

37,000

14

DRIVER DAN’S STORY TRAIN-EVNetwork ABC2

248,000

83,000

66,000

59,000

20,000

20,000

15

GIGGLE AND HOOT-AMNetwork ABC2

240,000

47,000

86,000

44,000

24,000

39,000

16

ROB THE ROBOT-AMNetwork ABC2

239,000

53,000

83,000

45,000

21,000

38,000

17

THE PAJANIMALS-EVNetwork ABC2

237,000

76,000

73,000

53,000

21,000

14,000

18

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EVNetwork ABC2

235,000

78,000

58,000

54,000

24,000

22,000

19

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-AMNetwork ABC2

226,000

62,000

73,000

52,000

14,000

25,000

20

RASTAMOUSE-AMNetwork ABC2

220,000

54,000

79,000

29,000

24,000

34,000

 

Free to Air:  25-54 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

BIG BROTHER -THUNetwork 9

441,000

122,000

133,000

114,000

40,000

33,000

2

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

416,000

108,000

170,000

54,000

47,000

38,000

3

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

400,000

140,000

101,000

80,000

34,000

46,000

4

HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

366,000

100,000

88,000

85,000

39,000

54,000

5

SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7

350,000

78,000

96,000

75,000

40,000

60,000

 

Free to Air:  18-49 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

BIG BROTHER -THUNetwork 9

444,000

119,000

139,000

112,000

41,000

33,000

2

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

407,000

104,000

166,000

49,000

46,000

41,000

3

HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

352,000

95,000

86,000

81,000

41,000

49,000

4

DYNAMO: MAGICIAN IMPOSSIBLE (R)Network 7

333,000

82,000

87,000

74,000

35,000

56,000

5

NINE NEWSNetwork 9

326,000

113,000

78,000

71,000

27,000

38,000

 

Free to Air:  16-39 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped)Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

BIG BROTHER -THUNetwork 9

317,000

76,000

106,000

74,000

33,000

28,000

2

THE FOOTY SHOWNetwork 9

272,000

77,000

110,000

27,000

29,000

29,000

3

HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7

246,000

66,000

71,000

48,000

32,000

29,000

4

DYNAMO: MAGICIAN IMPOSSIBLE (R)Network 7

225,000

60,000

56,000

50,000

22,000

37,000

5

SAVE WITH JAMIENetwork TEN

191,000

71,000

56,000

22,000

15,000

27,000

 

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

19/09/2013
Deliverable:Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

LIVE: AFL 360FOX FOOTY

105,000

2

CSI: MIAMITV1

74,000

3

CHELSEA’S GREATEST GARDEN 2013LifeStyle Channel

69,000

4

INSIDE CLARIDGESLifeStyle Channel

68,000

5

THE SIMPSONSFOX8

67,000

6

SEINFELDTV1

63,000

7

FAMILY GUYFOX8

61,000

8

STELLA AND SAMDisney Junior

56,000

9

ENTERTAINMENT DAILYTV1

56,000

10

AUSTIN & ALLYDisney Channel

56,000

11

CORONATION STREETUKTV

52,000

12

NCISTV1

52,000

13

GRAND DESIGNSLifeStyle Channel

51,000

14

STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARSCartoon Network

50,000

15

JAKE AND THE NEVER LAND PIRATESDisney Junior

49,000

16

GOOD LUCK CHARLIEDisney Channel

47,000

17

GOOD LUCK CHARLIEDisney Channel

47,000

18

THE BIG BANG THEORYCOMEDY CHANNEL

44,000

19

PAUL MURRAY LIVESKY NEWS

42,000

20

ADVENTURE TIMECartoon Network

42,000

 

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11 Comments:

  1. Surprised that Survivor didn’t pull more people. It is a shame because I already feel that this will be a great season. I hope that word of mouth will fix that.
    Amazing also that Survivor is in it’s 27th season…

  2. @smit0847 People aren’t watching less TV than five or ten years ago. In fact, they’re watching more than ever before. It’s just that viewing is more fragmented, across multiple digital channels and different devices. But if you look at the total number of people watching TV at any given moment, the numbers are higher than at any point in history. Also, I can’t recall a time when it was normal for several shows in a week to crack 2 million. That figure has always been exceptional, rather than the norm.

  3. What inerests me in these ratings is you have Big Brother on 820,000, the GO! 7pm Big Bang Theory on 305,000, the 7:30pm one on 331,000 (the 8pm one not there). So I wonder if some are watching Big Brother for the 1st half-hour then switching to GO! then back again, plus you combine those figures for Nine and they have 1,151,000/1,125,000 over the 2 channels (thinking Big Band Theory is taking from Big Brother).

  4. @David – I watched Vikings but it is over the top in showing detail of killings etc. I do not think that kind of close up vision detail is required to make it the good show it is. Apart from that complaint it is a good TV show. 🙂

    I am surprised that Jamie Oliver’s show is getting those ratings. He still pulls in viewers and that is good to see.

    Getting sick of people talking about ratings decline – haven’t they heard of how diversified the media landscape is now?

  5. Nothing on Thursday night is worth watching – apart from Neighbours, but that’s a nighty pleasure. I often use Thursday evenings to catch up on shows i’ve IQ’ed Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Friday nights are the same, and Saturdays – both on FTA and Foxtel.

    Come to think of it, Mondays are pretty average as well.

    Wait… there’s a trend happening here…

  6. I remember when the ratings in which a show is considered a hit (i.e. the ‘magic million’), was the ‘magic 2 million’! This year, apart from the Voice or MKR it would be pretty unusual for a show to crack 2 million but 5 years ago from memory, several shows each week would crack 2m.

    I think there is a combination of factors resulting in general overall lower ratings than 5 – 10 years ago – the contempt Australian TV networks treat their viewers with, the rise of home internet, torrenting, people not wanting to wait years until a hit US show finally makes it onto AU FTA, a general unhappiness on the quality of the shows being screened etc.

    David, I think this would make a very interesting feature piece – ‘why much less people watch TV than 5 or 10 years ago’.

  7. Soon we will be amazed if a show reaches a million.
    There appears to be a steady decline in ratings and the summer effect and daylight savings hasn’t kicked in yet….
    I know Thursday’s have lower ratings, but the lower trend is affecting other days too.

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