Under a mill but Seven takes summer ratings week

Ratings: Cricket outrates Tennis but Seven wins the week despite all shows averaging under a million viewers.

2015-01-25_2207Seven has won the summer ratings week despite, for the third week running, no single show averaging over one million viewers.

Nine took the top 5 places for the week led by One Day Cricket hitting as high as 1.48m (Game 2 Session 2). Three of Nine’s Cricket sessions outrated the best of the Australian Open and the Big Bash League.

Best for Seven was Seven News at 962,000. ABC News (Saturday: 778,000) was best for ABC, Big Bash League (Game 30, S1: 620,000) was strongest for TEN and Great Continental Railway Journeys was 381,000 for SBS ONE.

But a win is a win and Seven won both primary and multichannels ahead of the competition.

Seven: 29.4
Nine: 28.0
TEN: 19.7
ABC: 16.7
SBS: 6.2

Primary channels:
Seven: 20.2
Nine: 19.9
TEN: 12.2
ABC: 11.6
SBS ONE: 4.6

7TWO: 5.5
GO!: 4.2
GEM: 4.0
ONE: 3.8
7mate: 3.7
ABC2: 3.0
SBS 2: 1.4
ABC News 24: 1.1
ABC3: 1.0
NITV: 0.1

Seven won 16-39 and 18-49 but Nine won 25-54.

Seven ranked first on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Nine took Sunday, Friday and Saturday.

Nine won Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide while Seven owned Melbourne and Perth.

There are two more weeks before official ratings resume.

6 Responses

  1. 7 Network in front because of 7Two. This years coverage has been very good, credit where its due. I think by this time next week 7 will be on top. Although as usual bad news for TEN.

  2. That was a good move by seven to show two tennis at the same time, it gives you choice in which one to watch. Maybe next year they can up to 3 or even four games at the same time. Hell, even resurrect the dead shopping channel and show 5 games.

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