X Factor grabs timeslot back for Seven

Ratings: Without The Voice to contend with, The X Factor restored its universe last night.

2014-07-16_0940Without The Voice to contend with, The X Factor restored its universe last night, winning its timeslot at 1.25m viewers.

Family Feud improved on its debut to 719,000 -but is still the total of 3 combined channels. Next week it should reflect numbers for its primary channel only.

Seven Network share was 31.1% then Nine 27.8%, TEN 20.3%, ABC 14.2% and SBS 6.6%.

The X Factor was best for Seven on 1.25m then Seven News (1.2m / 1.08m), Home and Away (957,000), Winners and Losers (952,000) and Million Dollar Minute (647,000). Chicago Fire was 348,000 / 194,000.

Nine News (1.25m / 1.09m) led for Nine then Gap Year South America (1.01m), ACA (991,000), Hot Seat (712,000), Inside Story (551,000) and Arrow (342,000 / 235,000).

MasterChef Australia (973,000) was best for TEN then TEN Eyewitness News (723,000), Family Feud (719,000), The Project (716,000 / 513,000), Under the Dome (520,000). NCIS: LA was 329,000.

ABC News (838,000) topped ABC1 then 7:30 (647,000), Foreign Correspondent (571,000), QI (515,000), At the Movies (325,000). Art + Soul again struggled on 223,000.

Rebecca Gibney’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are? pulled 456,000 for SBS ONE then Insight (365,000), Dateline (206,000) and SBS World News (159,000).

GEM’s Midsomer Murders was best on multichannels at 296,000.

The Morning Show: 188,000
Mornings: 122,000
Studio 10: 78,000

OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 15 July 2014

28 Responses

  1. I see BH90210 is back on Monday, did they cut short the 2 week break? Anyway, happy its back to how it was. BH90210 restores some normality to life and i don’t care how sad that sounds!

  2. Grant seems a lot more comfortable hosting Feud.
    I always felt he looked a bit awkward on Minute.
    Hope FF does well for his sake and Ten’s.
    I always support the underdog.

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