GEM helps Nine wins night against Seven
Ratings: ICC Cricket World Cup helped Nine network tip over the line for a win.
Nine network enjoyed a rare win over Seven’s line-up thanks to GEM’s coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup.
Despite Seven in front on its primary channel, GEM pulled an excellent 7.7% share and tipped it over the line. Strictly speaking, that’s only the second time this year Nine has won the night against Seven’s line-up with My Kitchen Rules.
They key to the win was in the overrun numbers which tipped into Poirot with a preliminary figure of 482,000.
Nine network won with a 30.3% share over Seven 30.0% then TEN 19.0%, ABC 15.4% and SBS 5.2%.
The Big Bang Theory (983,000 / 725,000 / 573,000) led the night for Nine followed by Nine News (891,000 / 867,000), A Current Affair (819,000), The Block (816,000) and Hot Seat (454,000). 2 Broke Girls was 338,000 / 240,000.
My Kitchen Rules remained #1 at 1.54m for Seven then Seven News (1.06m / 976,000), Home and Away (880,000), Million Dollar Minute (632,000), How to Get Away with Murder (537,000). Grey’s Anatomy was 281,000.
NCIS was 578,000 for TEN. The Project was 540,000 / 432,000, NCIS: LA was 516,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 495,000, Bondi Rescue was 481,000 and Gold Coast Cops was 410,000.
ABC News (853,000) was best for ABC then 7:30 (674,000), Catalyst (626,000), Making Australia Great (559,000). An ANZAC Girls repeat was 171,000.
On SBS ONE it was Who Do You Think You Are? (305,000), Dateline (200,000), Insight (185,000) and SBS World News (118,000).
The Morning Show: 150,000 / 101,000
Studio 10: 60,000 / 39,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 24 March 2015