Seven has snatched back Origin week from Nine after Consolidated ratings redistributed the figures:
Week 22: 24 May – 30 May 2015 is now:
This is the second week this year that Nine won in Total People only to lose it to Seven in Consolidated data. Nine is yet to win a single week this ratings year in Total People.
Meanwhile Seven scored another win last week, but at least Nine won the Demos:
Seven News (Sun: 1.43m) topped the week for Seven then House Rules (Reveal: 1.31m), Home and Away (797,000) and Better Homes and Gardens (678,000)
Nine News (Sun: 1.27m) was best on Nine followed by Married at First Sight (1.12m) and A Current Affair (919,000).
MasterChef Australia (Tues: 1.1m) still rules for TEN plus Shark Tank (726,000) and NCIS (700,000).
ABC News (Sun: 927,000), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (757,000) and Father Brown (750,000) made up the week on ABC.
On SBS ONE it was Michael Scott: Rome’s Invisible City (342,000), Michael Mosley: Should I Eat Meat? (283,000) and RocKwiz Salutes the Decades (281,000).
SBS ONE: 5.0
ABC News 24: 1.2
SBS 2: 1.0
Nine won the 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 Demos. TEN was a close third behind Seven.
Seven won Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Nine took Monday and Thursday.
Seven was a winner in all cities except Sydney, still loyal to Nine. ABC beat TEN on Saturday.