AFL not enough to stop Nine week

Seven enjoyed more strong AFL crowds but this time it wasn’t enough to halt Nine from winning the week.

Nine led in Total People and the demos 16-39 and 25-54 with The Block as the only reality title in the Top 20.

The Bachelorette may have had its lowest launch, but it still managed to top 10’s quiet week, thankfully Junior MasterChef has now joined the schedule.

Network:
Nine: 29.4
Seven: 28.3
ABC: 17.3
10: 16.9
SBS: 8.1

Primary channel:
Nine: 20.5
Seven: 18.7
ABC: 12.3
10: 10.3
SBS: 4.9

Multichannels:
7mate: 4.2
10 BOLD: 3.8
7TWO: 3.4
9GO!: 2.9
9GEM: 2.7
ABC KIDS Comedy: 2.5
10 Peach: 2.4
9Life: 2.1
7flix: 2.0
ABC News: 1.9
9RUSH / SBS VICELAND: 1.2
SBS Food: 1.0
SBS World Movies: 0.9
ABC ME: 0.5
10 Shake: 0.4
NITV: 0.2

Nine won on Sunday – Wednesday. Seven was victorious on Thursday – Saturday. ABC bettered 10 on Sunday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.

Seven took the week in Melbourne Adelaide & Perth. Nine won Sydney and Brisbane.

Best brands last week were:

Nine: The Block (Room Winner: 1.06m), Nine News (Sun: 954,000), A Current Affair (720,000) and 60 Minutes (578,000).

Seven: Seven News (992,000), Seven’s AFL (Sat: 865,000), Home & Away (538,000) and The Chase (519,000).

ABC: Australian Story (746,000), ABC News (667,000), Hard Quiz (644,000) and Four Corners (570,000).

10: The Bachelorette (Launch: 628,000), Gogglebox (613,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (599,000) and The Project (7pm: 458,000).

SBS: Every Family Has a Secret (276,000), Ancient Superstructures (243,000), Walking Britain’s Roman Roads (230,000) and How the Victorians Built Britain (215,000).

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2 Comments:

  1. Probably stating the obvious – but Seven had very, very little in way of decent prime-time content aside from some strong AFL contests. I guess some of that can probably be put down to Covid playing havoc with production schedules getting delayed?

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