10 pips ABC. SBS scores highest figures all year.

Ratings: Seven wins another week in Total People and key demos.

10 edged ahead of ABC last week thanks to Have You Been Paying Attention? back in the schedule and the performance of 10 BOLD.

ABC actually defeated 10 on primary channel share, but even with ABC having one extra multichannel 10 edged in front on network share.

Seven won the week and the key demos with AFL a big driver on Friday and Saturday, including on 7mate. The Voice‘s return topped the magic million for Nine.

SBS saw local shows performing well, with Who Do You Think You Are? scoring the broadcaster’s biggest ratings since 2016, excluding FIFA World Cup.

Seven: 30.9
Nine: 27.6
10: 17.3
ABC: 16.6
SBS: 7.5

Primary channel:
Seven: 20.6
Nine: 19.1
ABC: 11.8
10: 11.5
SBS: 5.2

7mate: 4.5
9GO!: 3.9
10 BOLD: 3.8
7TWO: 3.1
ABC Kids Comedy: 2.7
9GEM: 2.5
7flix: 2.2
9Life: 2.1
10 Peach: 2.0
ABC News: 1.5
SBS Food: 1.0
ABC ME: 0.6
7food: 0.5
NITV: 0.2

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

Seven led in all cities except Sydney, which belonged to Nine.

Best brands last week were:

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.17m), House Rules (Sun: 790,000), Home and Away (653,000) and Seven’s AFL (Fri: 602,000).

Nine: Nine News (Sun: 1.06m), The Voice (Launch: 1.01m), A Current Affair (734,000) and 60 Minutes (532,000).

10: MasterChef Australia (Thurs: 680,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (673,000), The Project (7pm: 454,000) and The Living Room (429,000).

ABC: ABC News (Sun: 740,000), Australian Story (629,000), Anh’s Brush with Fame (624,000) and The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (574,000).

SBS: Who Do You Think You Are? (483,000), Medicine or Myth? (333,000), Insight (274,000) and Eurovision Song Contest (Winner Announced: 256,000 morning).

4 Responses

  1. I don’t know if it’s that the audience is split across morning and evening these days as our participation requires SBS broadcast it live, but Eurovision doesn’t appear to be the crowd puller for SBS that it once was.
    Although, I must say that I’ve streamed it on You Tube for several years now, I much prefer it without the commentary.

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