Logies take Nine to winning week

Kicking off the week with a 43% share gave Nine a lead that was too big for Seven to overcome.

Nine’s return to the TV Week Logie Awards last week was a winner, giving the network a big lead Seven was unable to overcome.

Nine won the first three nights, with Seven picking up steam with AFL later in the week.

SBS also drew strong numbers for the return of Who Do You Think You Are? which will rank high in its entertainment shows this year.

Nine: 29.6
Seven: 26.8
10: 18.7
ABC: 16.0
SBS: 8.9

Primary channel:
Nine: 21.3
Seven: 18.7
10: 12.5
ABC: 11.5
SBS: 4.9

7TWO: 3.4
10 Peach: 2.9
7mate: 2.8
10 BOLD: 2.7
9GO!: 2.6
9GEM: 2.4
ABC Kids TV Plus: 2.2
9Life: 2.0
ABC News: 1.9
7flix: 1.8
9RUSH: 1.3
SBS World Movies: 1.2
SBS Food: 1.1
10 Shake: 0.6
ABC ME: 0.4
NITV: 0.3
SBS WorldWatch: 0.0

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

Nine won Sunday, Monday & Tuesday. Seven led Wednesday – Saturday. ABC bettered 10 on Friday & Saturday.

Seven claimed Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth. Nine won Sydney & Brissy.

Best brands last week were:

Nine: Nine News (Sun: 931,000), TV Week Logie Awards (852,000), A Current Affair (604,000) and Celebrity Apprentice (Winner ann: 593,000).

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 944,000), The Chase (515,000), Seven’s AFL (Fri: 452,000) and Home & Away (414,000).

10: Have You Been Paying Attention? (671,000), MasterChef Australia (Mon: 600,000), The Cheap Seats (429,000) and The Project (7pm: 359,000).

ABC: ABC News (550,000), Gruen (503,000), Australian Story (493,000) and 7:30 (479,000).

SBS: Who Do You Think You Are? (371,000), Insight (185,000), Why Buildings Collapse (152,000) and SBS World News (145,000).

3 Responses

    1. Agree. I think that’s why Seven dumped Rugby Internationals as they didn’t rate and then they got back the AFL.
      Ten picked them up as their sport cupboard was a bit bare after losing their part of AFL.
      Nine got the Rugby as part of deal to screen it on pay streaming platform Stan so they’d get some return from that. I think you’d only see decent numbers if the Wallabies started off strong with a win against England.

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