Finish line in sight for Seven

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.

Network:
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

Multichannels:
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
SBS Food / SBS VICELAND: 1.2
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 Comments:

  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

    • 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.

    • Seven News did have over a million one night during the week, but of course each week the bulletin is averaged into a single figure. This is always missed.

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