X Factor, Peter Allen miniseries kick off Super-September for Seven.
Ratings: X Factor & Peter Allen miniseries both win their timeslots. But TBL Families lands #4th in its timeslot.
Seven’s “Super September” is off to a cracking start, dominating viewing last night from 6pm.
The X Factor topped the night with 1.51m viewers -an improvement on the 2014 launch of 1.23m when it competed with The Voice: Kids.
Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door also drew excellent figures at 1.33m. Both shows trended on social media and helped Seven to a huge share for the evening.
Nine was unable to win any timeslots last night but The Block did remain above the magic million. Who’d’a thunk it would win the younger demos against a talent show?
But for every bumper win there must be a loser, which was the launch of TBL Families on 646,000 viewers -fourth in its timeslot and down on 2014’s January launch of 753,000. Despite dropping share on last Sunday, TEN is looking on the bright side ….it was actually up compared to the same Sunday in 2014.
Seven network dominated viewing with a 37.5% share then Nine 27.4%, ABC and TEN both on 14.7% and SBS 5.7%.
The X Factor (1.51m) topped the night for Seven then Seven News (1.38m) and Peter Allen: Not the Boy Next Door (1.33m). Autopsy was 372,000.
Nine News (1.28m) was best for Nine the The Block (1.04m) and 60 Minutes (738,000). Kids Behind Bars was 316,000 and AD Kingdom and Empire was 91,000.
ABC News (808,000) led for ABC followed by Grand Designs Revisited (706,000) and Vera (632,000). Compass was 245,000.
TBL Families launched to just 646,000 for TEN. The movie Captain America was 418,000, Scorpion was 371,000 and TEN Eyewitness News was 350,000.
On SBS it was Sacred Treasures: Egypt’s Darkest Secrets (247,000), Earth From Space (232,000), SBS World News (211,000), Grand Tours of Scotland (143,000).
One Day Cricket on GEM led multichannels with 325,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 13 September 2015.