July has seen iview break new records for ABC, with 35.5 million program plays and 2.1 million visitors across the iview site and Apps.
Glitch is already the number one ABC show on iview for 2015, recording more than 1 million iview plays, with two weeks availability still to go.
Other Australian productions making up the 2015 iview Top 10 include The Secret River, The Killing Season, Hiding, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and The Doctor Blake Mysteries.
The ABC KIDS iview app launched in March has now served over 5 million plays, becoming the leading video on demand service for children 0-4.
ABC Director of Television, Richard Finlayson says: “Our audience is changing the way it consumes content – challenging traditional broadcast TV norms.
“ABC TV is committed to making quality, unique Australian stories freely available to audiences when and where they want to access them. We’ve already started on this journey and by putting our audiences at the centre of our decision making, will continue to do so.”
Next month the entire series of Sammy J and Randy in Ricketts Lane, will be available to binge-watch on iview first, before airing in October.