Nine yet to win a ratings week

Ratings: Seven has now won 13 ratings surveys in 2017.

Seven has now won 13 of the 40 ratings surveys in 2017.

But Nine will be pinning its hopes on State of Origin this week to try and claim its first win in Total People (it’s no guarantee). So far only The Last Resort has been its a major misstep, while TEN faltered with The Biggest Loser: Transformed before Easter.

Nine is also still in a close battle for the demos this year which it seeks to claim ahead of Total People.

Last week both Seven & Nine increased share at the expense of the 3 other networks.

Seven: 30.3
Nine: 27.0
TEN: 19.4
ABC: 16.8
SBS: 6.4

Primary channel:
Seven: 20.9
Nine: 18.6
TEN: 13.8
ABC: 11.6
SBS: 4.6

7mate: 3.7
9GO!: 3.5
7TWO: 3.4
ONE: 3.2
ABC2: 3.1
9GEM: 2.7
7flix / ELEVEN: 2.4
9Life: 2.2
News 24: 1.3
ABC ME / SBS Food Network: 0.8
NITV: 0.1

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

Best brands this week were:

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.23m), House Rules (1.05m), Sunday Night (861,000) and Home and Away (719,000).

Nine: Nine News (Sun: 1.09m), The Voice (Sun: 1.06m), 60 Minutes (928,000) and A Current Affair (838,000).

TEN: MasterChef Australia (Mon: 936,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (860,000), The Project (7pm: 593,000) and Modern Family (534,000).

ABC: ABC News (Sun: 764,000), War on Waste (753,000), The Coroner (691,000) and Delicious (678,000).

SBS: Italy’s Invisible Cities (325,000), Great Continental Railway Journeys (294,000), Tony Robinson’s Coast to Coast (291,000) and Movie: The Blue Brothers (242,000).

Seven won Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Nine was strongest in Sydney and Brissy.

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

3 Responses

  1. Well if Nine put up a half decent schedule it might help… how many ‘must-see’ shows – of any genre – can anyone remember Nine screening this ratings year?
    The same could be said for most of the others; put in commercial terms Seven can at least claim 13 straight ratings week wins, and Ten arguably has genuine company/financial/programming budgetary excuses.

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