Strong win as Nine takes the week

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No prizes for guessing that Nine won the week, thanks to State of Origin, The Voice and the Ashes.

It was Nine’s best performance of the year, including a whopping 46.7% share on Wednesday.

GEM also scored a 7.7% share for Nine. But it was only the second week Nine has won from Seven at the mid-point of the year.

Network:
Nine: 33.7
Seven: 26.2
TEN: 18.6
ABC: 15.5
SBS: 6.0

The Origin decider scored 2.21m viewers. Best for The Voice was 1.6m on Sunday. Nine News Sunday pulled 1.34m and 60 Minutes was 1.3m.

Seven News (Sun: 1.33m) was best for Seven then House Rules (Sun: 922,000). Better Homes and Gardens was the next best brand at 773,000 in 4 cities and Home and Away on 713,000.

MasterChef (Thurs: 1.17m) led once more for TEN. The Project (7pm: 676,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (673,000) and Family Feud (Simulcast: 652,000) followed.

Australian Story (860,000), Grand Designs (831,000) and ABC News (Sat: 825,000) led for ABC.

Scotland: Highlands and Islands (293,000), Pleasure and Pain (207,000) and Room 101 (206,000) were best on SBS.

Primary Channels:
Nine: 22.3
Seven: 18.0
TEN: 13.6
ABC: 11.2
SBS: 5.2

Multichannels:
GEM: 7.7
7TWO: 4.5
7mate / GO!: 3.7
ABC2: 2.8
ELEVEN: 2.7
ONE: 2.3
ABC News 24: 0.9
SBS 2: 0.7
ABC3: 0.6
NITV: 0.1

Nine took key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Nine won every night except Friday, which fell to Seven. ABC only bettered TEN on Saturday.

Nine ranked first in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Seven still owned Adelaide and Perth.

2 Comments:

  1. The Voice should be renamed, “It’s all about the Judges”. Does anyone ever see these contestants doing anything of worth after The Voice ends every season? A couple of episodes ago I timed a couple of contestants’ screen time and compared that to the judges. The focus is on the judges by more than three to one. When will people learn that this show is not actually about them? They are only fodder for the flock of sheep who watch.

    • oceanographer

      I can’t honestly see any of these contestants doing anything great in the music industry after this series ends. No-one from any of the past series of the Voice has clearly gone on have any success what-so-ever. Its become all about the judges as Channel Nine have figured contestants have very little pulling power on or after the show. When they do focus on the contestants its about some sad backstory not their actual singing.

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