Saturday decides ratings winner

The ratings crown went down to the wire last week with Nine and Seven needing a win on Saturday to take it out.

In the end a Disney Singalong and Mamma Mia movie on Nine eclipsed Seven’s Grease rerun and it was enough for bragging rights (although the outcome could yet shift with Timeshifting).

Lego Masters, which wraps tonight, topped the week while Seven News rules for Seven. The Sunday Project continues to cement its place in 10’s roster, finishing ahead of the average for its weeknight edition.

Network:
Nine: 27.1
Seven: 26.6
10: 20.3
ABC: 17.6
SBS: 8.5

Primary channel:
Seven: 18.2
Nine: 18.1
10: 14.3
ABC: 13.0
SBS: 5.2

Multichannels:
10 BOLD: 3.9
7mate: 3.3
7TWO: 3.1
9GEM: 2.9
9GO!: 2.8
ABC KIDS Comedy: 2.3
9Life: 2.2
10 Peach: 2.1
7flix: 2.0
ABC News: 1.6
SBS VICELAND: 1.2
9RUSH: 1.1
SBS Food: 1.0
SBS World Movies: 0.9
ABC ME: 0.5
NITV: 0.2

Nine led the demos 16-39 and 25-54.

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

Nine led in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane. Seven reigned in Adelaide & Perth.

Best brands last week were:

Nine: Lego Masters (Mon: 1.24m), Nine News (Sun: 1.12m), A Current Affair (726,000) and Hot Seat (529,000).

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.22m), The Chase (698,000), House Rules (Sun: Late 657,000), Better Homes & Gardens (629,000).

10: MasterChef Australia (Tues: 1.00m), Have You Been Paying Attention? (866,000), The Sunday Project (614,000) and 10 News First (452,000).

ABC: ABC News (851,000), Death in Paradise (804,000), Hard Quiz (756,000) and Four Corners (707,000).

SBS: Great American Railroad Journeys (309,000), The World’s Most Beautiful Railway (306,000), Britain’s Cathedrals with Tony Robinson (286,000) and Secrets of the Royals (247,000).

Infograph supplied by Nine.

2 Comments:

  1. Enjoyed the singalong but nearly didn’t watch it because they promoted the wrong celebrities in the ads. The best segments were done by the stage show or soundtrack stars. The re-imagined ones by “popular” celebs were the lowlights.

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