Seven News

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Even with Suzi Quatro and no dancing celebrities, Australian Idol couldn't crack the 1m mark.
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Having two and a half channels proved a winner for Nine in Week 37, beating Seven by the slimmest of margins.
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Renewed and emerging hits last week included Midsomer Murders, Money for Jam and a lift by the AFL. But Seven just scraped over the boundary line to win the week.
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Nine's new infotainment show pulled an impressive 1.32m viewers, already surpassing anything it had on air last week
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With a few notable exceptions, it seems we are still drawn to lighter fare including Packed to the Rafters, Spicks & Specks, Midsomer Murders, 2.5 Men and a Harry Potter flick.
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Victorian premier and "Weather Nerd" John Brumby looks set to make a guest appearance as a weather presenter on Seven News.
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For the second week running Nine's shows were boosted by those watching GO! But it wasn't enough to stop Seven again claiming victory in Week 34.
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What a week of ratings. Nine has a night past 30%, TEN has another below 15% and ABC has a new hit. Sailing through the middle was Seven.
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Sunday night was a close race wherever you looked. All the networks had reason to smile.
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Week 31 belonged comfortably to Seven, but it was the ABC that issued a lesson to commercial networks as audiences flocked to a supposedly niche show, United States of Tara.