Ratings week will go down to Timeshifted numbers

Ratings: Nine finished ahead by 0.3% last week, but Seven could yet overtake in Timeshifted numbers.


Nine won the ratings again last week -but by just 0.3% which frankly may not be a big enough lead to hold off Seven in timeshifted numbers. But it will be another 7 days before that result is clear.

Credit where credit is due -all 4 episodes of The Block finished ahead of every other entertainment show on air.

Meanwhile in the Drama stakes The Secret Daughter edged ahead of Doctor Doctor. Home and Away, Hyde & Seek, The Wrong Girl and Neighbours followed behind.

Nine: 28.5
Seven: 28.2
TEN: 18.3
ABC: 17.6
SBS: 7.3

Primary channel:
Nine: 19.2
Seven: 18.7
TEN: 12.5
ABC: 12.2
SBS: 5.2

GO!: 4.6
7TWO: 4.2
ABC2 / 7mate: 3.3
ONE: 3.1
GEM: 2.8
7flix: 2.1
9Life: 2.0
ABC News 24: 1.5
SBS 2 / SBS Food Network: 1.0
ABC ME: 0.6
NITV: 0.1

Nine led the demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Best brands last were:

Nine: The Block (1.28m), Nine News (Sun: 1.07m), 60 Minutes (880,000) and Doctor Doctor (817,000).

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.07m), The Secret Daughter (862,000), The X Factor (Sun: 806,000) and Better Homes and Gardens (774,000).

TEN: Australian Survivor (760,000), The Bachelorette (Thurs: 692,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (661,000) and Todd Sampson’s BodyHack (570,000).

ABC: ABC News (Sat: 811,000), Grand Designs: House of the Year (698,000), Australian Story (688,000) and Agatha Raisin (649,000).

SBS: Who Do You Think You Are? (378,000), Deep Water: The Real Story (269,000), Tony Robinson’s Hidden Britain by Drone (267,000) and 24 Hours in Emergency (251,000).

Seven scored Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Nine took Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday. ABC bettered TEN on Saturday.

Nine led in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Seven held Adelaide and Perth.

Including this week there are just 5 more ratings weeks remaining in 2016.

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