Finish line in sight for Seven

Ratings: Just 2 weeks remain in the ratings year with Seven on track to claim victory.

Just 2 weeks remain in a ratings year that will be awarded to Seven.

Nine has won 5 ratings weeks, but last week Seven bagged its 33rd week (including Commonwealth Games).

Seven led in Total People, key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 and claiming victory in all 5 cities.

The Bachelorette final decision topped the week but it wasn’t enough to stop 10 from losing share points.

Seven: 30.3
Nine: 26.6
ABC: 18.3
10: 17.2
SBS: 7.6

Primary channel:
Seven: 19.4
Nine: 17.4
ABC: 12.9
10: 11.6
SBS: 4.9

7mate: 4.8
9GO: 3.9
7TWO: 3.7
10 Boss: 3.4
ABC Kids Comedy: 3.0
9GEM: 2.9
7flix / 9Life: 2.4
10 Peach: 2.2
ABC News: 1.7
ABC ME: 0.7
NITV: 0.2

Seven won Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday. Nine scored Sunday & Thursday. ABC bettered 10 on Sunday, Monday, Friday & Saturday while both tied on Tuesday.

Best brands last week were:

Seven: Seven News (905,000),  All Together Now (685,000), Bride & Prejudice (648,000), The Good Doctor (602,000).

Nine: Nine News (813,000), Queen: Days of Our Lives (688,000), A Current Affair (660,000), 60 Minutes (650,000)

ABC:  Australian Story (742,000), Four Corners (713,000), Hard Quiz (708,000), ABC News (Sun: 705,000),

10: The Bachelorette (Final Decision: 926,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (724,000), Ambulance Australia (539,000), How to Stay Married (507,000).

SBS: Pompeii’s Final Hours (246,000), Insight (236,000), Child Genius (211,000), movie: Jasper Jones (180,000).

Ratings conclude on Saturday December 1.

6 Responses

  1. I know I’ve said this before, but I believe there should not be a ratings ‘period’. It should be 365 days a year. When on holidays we still watch tv, but get rubbish programs while still watching all their adds. I say ‘keep the barst***s honest. Keep them all on their toes and create employment.

  2. With the country now home to over 24million people, really none of those numbers impress. No one can crack a million people, i know tgere are heaps of factors involved. Anyway just food for thought

    1. Agree the numbers are low in comparison to population. I’ve always had doubts about the accuracy of the OzTam ratings system. I just don’t see how they can come up with figures based on a relatively small sample.

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