No ratings lift despite Melbourne lockdown

Despite Melbourne being in lockdown Sunday night didn’t see much shift in metro numbers.

The Amazing Race Australia was best in entertainment at 564,000 ahead of Quoll Farm (530,000) then Holey Moley (510,000).

Later Harrow drew 490,000 followed by Movie: Shooter (390,000), Silent Witness (291,000) and FBI: Most Wanted (245,000).

The Australian Open averaged 518,000 / 466,000 for Nine.

Nine network won with 28.9% then Seven 26.7%, 10 19.6%, ABC 17.5% and SBS 7.4%.

Nine News was best for Nine at 916,000.

Seven News was #1 at 988,000 for Seven.

The Sunday Project pulled 475,000 / 272,000 for 10. 10 News First was 343,000 / 262,000.

ABC News won its slot at 702,000. Antiques Roadshow drew 168,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (169,000 / 130,000), Anne: The Royal Princess at 70 (180,000) and Diana: Interview that Shocked the World (142,000)

Bluey led multichannels at 182,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 14 February 2021

16 Comments:

  1. TV audiences for the tennis were down from Saturday. I think the reason why the numbers are down is because that there was no Australian playing yesterday.

  2. No Nick Kyrgios or any superstar last night and the tennis went south, south, south. They’re lucky they still won, had it not been for Djoker going until half-past midnight with a Melbourne audience not having to get up for work either.

    Suspect Ash Barty will be very big tonight.

  3. Watched a bit of Halep in the tennis (third set) but switched over to Netflix. Will watch Harrow later when I have a few eps on my PVR. I live in Victoria and there isn’t much on FTA. And if you haven’t tuned into the reality options up until now Victorians won’t start now we are in lockdown.

  4. So loved Quoll Farm. Truly magical.
    Am familiar with the larger Spotted Tail Quoll from the Mainland but not these smaller ones from Tassie. Such quirky and beautiful little animals. The scenery was stunning as well.
    A real shame Simon wasn’t able to purchase this abandoned farm site as vital habitat for these endangered little quolls.

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