Nine has won the penultimate week with One Day Cricket scoring well while GO! hit a whopping 10.1% share on Friday thanks to The Hunger Games (418,000).
SBS saw a lift in figures, including NITV at four times it’s usual numbers, thanks to First Contact.
Nine News (Sunday: 1.01m) was the top show for Nine. One Day Cricket‘s biggest audience was 981,000 and King’s Cross ER was 730,000.
Seven News (Sunday) and Sunday Night both topped the week at 1.13m for Seven. Dancing with the Stars was 907,000 and Surveillance Oz was 877,000.
Australian Story (1.00m), Countdown: Do Yourself a Favour (964,000) and Four Corners (848,000) were best for ABC.
Modern Family (677,000), NCIS (675,000) and NCIS: New Orleans (612,000) ranked for TEN.
First Contact was not coded separately by SBS ONE so averages at 390,000 for the week. London’s Super Tunnel was 307,000 and Insight was 293,000.
SBS ONE: 4.7
ABC News 24: 1.3
SBS 2: 1.0
Nine again took the demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Nine won Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Seven took Sunday, Tuesday and Saturday. ABC bettered TEN on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
Seven was victorious in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Nine won Sydney and Melbourne.
The 2014 ratings year ends on Saturday.