Night AFL Grand Final proves hit for Seven

Ratings: One games rewrites the record books and puts Seven and Nine neck and neck for 2020.

The first ever primetime AFL Grand Final broke records with a staggering 2.98m viewers and an unbelievable 65.8% network share -the highest ever since OzTAM records began.

That put Seven on 17 weekly wins, tying with Nine, including for Total People commercial share (at least until the NRL Grand Final changes that).

Seven also enjoyed success with the launch of SAS Australia.

But The Block was still the top-rating Reality series of the week while The Bachelorette hit a record low on Wednesday.

Seven: 35.1
Nine: 25.3
ABC: 16.5
10: 16.1
SBS: 7.0

Primary channel:
Seven: 27.3
Nine: 17.4
ABC: 11.8
10: 10.3
SBS: 4.2

10 BOLD: 3.2
7mate: 3.0
7TWO: 2.9
9GEM / ABC KIDS Comedy: 2.6
9GO!: 2.4
10 Peach: 2.2
7flix / 9Life: 1.9
ABC News: 1.7
9RUSH: 1.0
SBS Food / SBS World Movies: 0.8
ABC ME / 10 Shake: 0.4
NITV: 0.1

Seven won all demos.

Seven was victorious on Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Nine won Sunday and Wednesday. Both tied for Tuesday. ABC bettered 10 on Sunday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday.

Seven won all 5 cities.

Including this week there are 5 more survey weeks in 2020.

Best brands last week were:

Seven: AFL (Grand Final: 2.98m), Seven News (Sun: 984,000), SAS Australia (Launch: 834,000) and Brownlow Medal (654,000).

Nine: The Block (Room Winner: 1.08m), Nine News (Sun: 987,000), A Current Affair (694,000) and 60 Minutes (519,000).

ABC: Gruen (735,000), ABC News (670,000), Hard Quiz (669,000) and Australian Story (612,000).

10: Have You Been Paying Attention? (735,000), Bathurst 1000 (Podium: 658,000), Gogglebox (630,000) and The Bachelorette (Thurs: 500,000).

SBS: Walking Britain’s Roman Roads (225,000), Every Family Has a Secret (217,000), Australia Come Fly with Me (200,000) and Dateline (186,000).

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