Seven snatches ratings week from Nine

Ratings: AFL comes to the rescue of Seven's week.

Seven can thank AFL for its surprise win last week after Nine led the week until Thursday night.

Nine’s Block dominated the week but in what should have been a Nine victory, Seven managed an upset with Friday and Saturday shares. Nine’s primary channel stayed in front.

Due to low shares on Sunday, TEN finished the week behind ABC.

Seven: 29.9
Nine: 29.7
ABC: 16.9
TEN: 16.2
SBS: 7.3

Primary channels:
Nine: 21.1
Seven: 19.4
ABC: 12.2
TEN: 10.9
SBS: 5.1

7mate: 4.5
9GO!: 4.3
7TWO: 3.7
7Flix: 2.4
9GEM / ELEVEN: 2.3
9Life: 2.0
ABC News: 1.3
SBS Food Network: 1.0
NITV: 0.1

Nine won Sunday – Thursday, Seven scored Friday & Saturday. ABC bettered TEN on Sunday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday.

Nine claimed victory in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane. Seven held Adelaide & Perth.

Best brands last week were:

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.15m), Little Big Shots (963,000), Home and Away (656,000) and Highway Patrol (Ep 2: 623,000).

Nine: The Block (Launch: 1.16m), Nine News (Sun: 990,000), 60 Minutes (803,000) and A Current Affair (767,000).

ABC: Jack Irish (Sat: 735,000), ABC News (Sat: 710,000), Anh’s Brush with Fame (663,000) and War on Waste (643,000).

TEN: Russell Coight’s All Aussie Adventures (882,000), Australian Survivor (664,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (660,000) and The Project (7pm: 480,000).

SBS: Tony Robinson: Britain’s Ancient Tracks (303,000), Inside Windsor Castle (288,000), Batavia Revealed (254,000) and Extreme Railway Journeys (231,000).

5 Responses

  1. I’m not surprised at all. Nine are often leading the week until Friday and Saturday, when Seven takes over. The Block did well for Nine last week, but the numbers weren’t so good that they were going to win the week for Nine. It’s become a very familiar pattern, even during State of Origin.

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