Seven extending lead over Nine

Ratings: Nine has still only won 1 week so far this year, with another clean sweep to Seven.

Nine will need to start winning more weeks if it is to have a shot at the 2018 ratings crown.

So far this year Seven has 9 survey weeks won (10 if we include the Commonwealth Games), whilst Nine has just 1.

Nine gave Seven a scare with Married at First Sight but My Kitchen Rules surged back after it ended, pulling 1.23m viewers last week. Nine has improved on its 2017 and while the year is won on share and not weeks won, Seven remains ahead of Nine.

Seven enjoyed another clean sweep: topping primary and multichannels, all demos, every night of the week and all 5 cities.

Seven: 32.9
Nine: 27.7
ABC: 17.1
TEN: 15.1
SBS: 7.2

Primary channel:
Seven: 23.3
Nine: 19.6
ABC: 12.4
TEN: 9.8
SBS: 5.2

7TWO / 7mate: 3.6
9GO!: 3.5
ONE: 2.9
9GEM: 2.5
7flix / ELEVEN: 2.4
9Life: 2.1
ABC News: 1.4
SBS Food Network: 0.7
ABC ME: 0.6
NITV: 0.2

ABC bettered TEN on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Best brands this week were:

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.23m), My Kitchen Rules (Tues: 1.23m), Home and Away (745,000) and Sunday Night (723,000).

Nine: The Voice (Sun: 1.06m), Nine News (Sun: 1.03m), 60 Minutes (777,000) and A Current Affair (775,000).

ABC: Gruen (731,000), ABC News (693,000), Father Brown (666,000) and Australian Story (665,000).

TEN: Bachelor in Paradise (Proposal: 774,000), The Project (7pm: 504,000), Roseanne (463,000), TEN Eyewitness News (419,000).

SBS: Who Do You Think You Are? (326,000), Elizabeth (299,000), Great Continental Railway Journeys (252,000) and Great British Railway Journeys (236,000).

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