Nine strolling through to the end of the year, Seven appear to be limping, and 10 is all but terminal.
A Current Affair (737,000) still under the all important 800k, though picked up 100k on last night for Nine. The Block (898,000) isn’t getting any competition, allowing what is usually the lowest ep of the week to be one of the biggest. Love Island Australia (292,000) drawing smaller numbers after for a bigger BVOD play, and Botched (126,000) is all about the boobs and bad plastic surgery (we’ve seen it all before).
Nine first in both primary (20.6%) and network (29.5%) rankings.
Seven open with their best for the night, with Home and Away (578,000) finding a new level just sub-600k. SAS Australia (474,000) absolutely sank for its final episode of season two, and with a 4 part special of punters starting next week it’s unlikely it’ll rate much better. Only a small audience cares about America’s Got Talent (216,000).
Seven second in both primary (17.8%) and network (26.8%) rankings.
Thanks to weak commercial competition and reasonable results from the 7:30 (537,000)/Hard Quiz (552,000) pairing the ABC land second in the primetime slot. Gruen (657,000) welcomed back for season 13 as the biggest thing in the later night slot, and paired with Frayed (259,000) – which is doing good Total TV business – won that. A repeat of Back (114,000) and a new ep of Adam Hills: The Last Leg (84,000) finishes their night.
ABC third in both primary (12.9%) and network (17.3%) rankings.
What is 10 going to do? The Project (261,000 6:30pm; 406,000 7pm) delivers criminally poor ratings, The Graham Norton Show (243,000) is barely window dressing waiting for The Bachelorette, and one new and two repeat episodes of Bull (214,000; 186,000; 124,000) is barely appealing to fans. Lots more work required here – D minus.
10 fourth in both primary (9.1%) and network (16.1%) rankings.
SBS’s Wednesday opened with the first ep of a new Michael Mosley doco Australia’s Health Revolution (262,000), a new ep of 24 Hours In Emergency (225,000), and the first of four eps of new Australia drama New Gold Mountain (173,000).
SBS fifth in both primary (6.5%) and network (10.3%) rankings.
16-39: The Block (213,000) brings home Nine News 6:30pm, Gruen, and Seven News 6pm/6:30pm.
18-49: The Block (376,000) is followed by Nine News 6:30pm, Seven News 6pm, Nine News 6pm, and Seven News 6:30pm.
25-54: The Block (434,000) is the triple demo winner, and then it is Nine News 6:30pm/6pm, and Seven News 6pm/6:30pm.
Bluey – AM (159,000) on ABC Kids/TV Plus saw the tenacious little pup take out the multi-channel win again.
The Today Show (216,000)
ABC Breakfast (212,000 (131,000 ABC; 81,000 ABC News))
DAILY CONSOLIDATED 7 TOTAL TV
No changes in the primetime line-up once the Total TV figures slide in. The Block (Nine) lifted 22% to 1,504,000; Highway Patrol: Dumb Decisions (Seven) lifted 5% to 662,000; and The Graham Norton Show (10) lifted 7% to 412,000.
The BVOD best was The Block (182,000) and Home and Away (158,000).
Here’s the five shows that lifted the most from their overnight figures:
|Program||Network||Total TV||% lift|
|Lost For Words||SBS||347,000||23|
|Home and Away||Seven||1,172,000||18|
Primary Channels, Key Demos, Multi-Channels, Brekky Battle: All figures Total People, Five City Metro (5CM); overnights only.
Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV: All figures Total People, Consolidated 7 day Five City Metro (5CM) + Regional (Reg) + BVOD (Broadcast Video on Demand); % lift compared to overnight figures.
Top 20 Overnight Metro
Top 20 Multi-Channel Shows
Overnight Network Share
Top 20 Foxtel Shows
Daily Consolidated 7 Total TV Program Rankings
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Note: Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Programs with the same name on one or more primary or multichannel, are aggregated into one network figure.