Nine snares latest ratings week
Paramedics drew its best audience this year, but it was The Block that underpinned Nine's week.
After those massive AFL numbers scored for Seven, Nine nabbed last week in metro ratings.
The Block delivered another strong week with every episode landing ahead of any entertainment offering by Seven or 10, while Paramedics drew its biggest audience of the year.
That came as 10’s Making It was yanked from further weeknight timeslots and will bow out in a low-ranking Saturday slot, while a Young Talent Time special turned on the nostalgia. A William Tyrrell doco on Seven drew a better crowd than SAS Australia, while Home & Away remains dependable.
News events in NSW drove ABC viewers to a special Friday edition of 7:30 while the return of Celebrity Letters & Numbers was one of SBS best performers.
10 BOLD: 3.1
10 Peach: 2.6
ABC Kids TV Plus / 9GO!: 2.4
ABC News: 2.1
SBS VICELAND: 1.5
SBS World Movies: 1.0
SBS Food: 0.8
10 Shake: 0.7
ABC ME: 0.3
Nine led the demos 16-39 and 25-54.
Best brands last week were:
Nine: The Block (Sun: 1.08m), Nine News (Sun: 1.05m), A Current Affair (755,000) and Paramedics (585,000).
Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.11m), The Disappearance of William Tyrrell (688,000), SAS Australia (Wed: 643,000) and Home & Away (602,000).
10: The Masked Singer (Reveal Sun: 762,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (683,000), Gogglebox (667,000) and Young Talent Time: Unmasked (495,000).
ABC: ABC News (Sat: 725,000), 7:30 (Fri: 666,000), Australian Story (604,000) and Hard Quiz (576,000).
SBS: Stonehenge: The Lost Circle Revealed (245,000), Great American Railroad Journeys (242,000), Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland (227,000) and Celebrity Letters & Numbers (209,000).
Nine led every night except Friday which fell to Seven. ABC bettered 10 on Wednesday, Friday & Saturday.
Nine was victorious in Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane but Adelaide & Perth stayed true to Seven.