Clean sweep for Seven

Ratings: Every night, every city, every demo -and it's all due to this show.


Every night, every city, every demo.

It was a triumphant week for Seven, taking every goal on offer -thanks largely to My Kitchen Rules heating up.

MKR also nabbed all 5 top rankings for the week.

Seven: 34.4
Nine: 25.4
ABC: 17.4
TEN: 16.3
SBS: 6.5

Primary channel:
Seven: 25.5
Nine: 17.3
ABC: 12.3
TEN: 11.1
ABC: 4.2

7TWO: 4.1
7mate: 3.6
GO!: 3.5
ABC2: 3.0
GEM: 2.4
9Life: 2.2
ABC News 24: 1.4
7flix / SBS 2: 1.2
SBS Food Network: 1.0
ABC3: 0.8
NITV: 0.2

Seven topped key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Seven won every night of the week. ABC bettered TEN on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Seven ranked first in all 5 cities.

Best brands for each network were:

Seven: My Kitchen Rules (Wed: 1.57m), Seven News (Sun: 1.35m), Seven Year Switch (925,000) and Downton Abbey (861,000).

Nine: Nine News (Sun: 1.13m), Married at First Sight (Mon: 903,000), 60 Minutes (848,000) and A Current Affair (813,000).

ABC: David Attenborough’s Great Barrier Reef (Mon: 849,000), ABC News (Sun: 805,000), Father Brown (693,000) and Australian Story (691,000).

TEN: NCIS (658,000), Family Feud (Simulcast: 559,000), The Project (7pm: 557,000) and Gogglebox (557,000).

SBS: Great Continental Railways (290,000), Untold Australia (278,000), Michael Mosley: Do We Need Health Tests? (253,000) and The Story of China (250,000).

Seven has also won every ratings week this year.

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  1. Seven, also responsible for boring me to death with bogan casting and dumbing down my tv viewing every night of the week and making me pay for Foxtel, Netflix, Itunes and Stan. Fuelling stereotypes and racism, paying multi-million dollar celebrities for current affair stories, disrespecting the last post and deceiving the small family sponsors who lost millions of dollars on broken promises for shows like Restaurant Revolution…

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