TEN tops primary channels, Nine takes the week.

Ratings: TEN tops the week's primary channels, pushing Nine & Seven into 2nd and 3rd places.

TEN has had a rare weekly win in the primary channel stakes, thanks to the Big Bash League.

It pushed Nine into second and Seven into third place for the week, with the BBL snaring 9 of the Top 20 titles.

But Nine’s extra multichannel helped it finish across the line in network share, with the One Day Series as the week’s top show.

This week Seven gets to hit back with the Australian Open in play from today.

Nine: 26.4
TEN: 25.7
Seven: 24.4
ABC: 16.1
SBS: 7.4

Primary channel:
TEN: 18.0
Nine: 17.6
Seven: 15.8
ABC: 10.9
SBS: 4.9

ONE: 4.5
7TWO: 3.2
9GEM: 3.1
ABC2: 3.0
9GO!: 2.9
9Life: 2.8
7mate: 2.7
7flix: 2.6
ABC News 24: 1.4
SBS Food Network: 1.3
ABC ME: 0.8
NITV: 0.1

9 Responses

  1. TEN does well in the non ratings season of Christmas because it uses both TEN and ONE to broadcast live across Australia, when showing the BBL games. Then when shows like “I’m a Celeb…” start just before, or around ratings time, the delay into states such as Qld means the network’s share goes down.

    I think if they showed IACGMOH live on ONE into Qld, with a repeat of the ep, or cross over to TEN, as they do with BBL coverage, the network would see increased rating results.

  2. Cripes…had to re read that one….and even ONE and Eleven topping the multi’s…wow..
    7TWO is a shadow of its former self…should have have stopped tweaking…bring back regular Escape to the Country…it was not broke…no need to fix it..but surely broke now…
    SBS2/Viceland…well the numbers speak for themselves…*sigh*

    1. I don’t watch it religiously, but I do think Viceland is definitely worth while dipping into every so often. Cyberwars, Black Market and Vice Sport all provide interesting, diverse and sometimes scary stories.

  3. I saw a tweet from the Ten network this morning saying they had their biggest audience since 2001.

    Not sure how they have spun that one but the Masterchef finales in 2009 and 2010 are the biggest audiences I’ve ever seen for Ten…

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