The greatest crime in live television is being bland or boring – and last night we got both. Sure, there were high points (but they were politeness), and there were no car accidents (well, no fatalities). But, on with the numbers…
Logies Red Carpet (826,000) starts the night reasonably for Nine, though it wasn’t a patch on TV Blackbox’s coverage. 😉 62nd TV Week Logies Awards (885,000) bounced up on the last couple of years of soft performance, and considering it ran for over four hours (38 minutes overtime) that’s not a bad average…but not necessarily a good one either. Australia’s Top Ten of Everything (538,000) got a Logies bump so do we consider it as even airing?
Nine first in both primary (36.5%) and network (43.1%) rankings.
7News Spotlight (388,000) leads the night for Seven, down significantly on last week. Border Security (244,000) also slips, and a repeat of MOVIE: The Equalizer 2 (179,000) does little. The Blacklist (36,000) warms PVRs hearts and hard drives.
Seven second in both primary (14.7%) and network (19.6%) rankings.
The Sunday Project (232,000 6:30pm; 310,000 7pm) down even on last week’s poor numbers for 10. MasterChef Australia (484,000) also slides however thats because all its stars were elsewhere. NCIS: Hawaii (155,000) and a repeat of FBI (63,000) fill out the later night.
10 third in both primary (10.7%) and network (15.3%) rankings.
Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (415,000) premieres to smaller-than-usual numbers, and is sure to pick up next week on Total TV numbers, as I’m sure Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears (340,000) will also. Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (139,000) and a repeat of Harrow (44,000) flesh out the ABC’s schedule.
ABC fourth in both primary (10.3%) and network (13.9%) rankings.
SBS’s Sunday delivered little, with Voices From The Dead (118,000), Mesopotamia 3D (85,000) and a repeat of Alhambra Secrets of the Ancient Builders (85,000).
SBS fifth in both primary (3.9%) and network (8.1%) rankings.
16-39: 62 Annual TV Week Logie Awards (155,000) came in ahead of the Logies Red Carpet, Nine News Sunday, Seven News Sunday, and MasterChef Australia.
18-49: 62 Annual TV Week Logie Awards (296,000) beat out the Logies Red Carpet, Nine News Sunday, Seven News Sunday, and MasterChef Australia.
25-54: 62 Annual TV Week Logie Awards (357,000) takes the triple demo crown for the night, followed by the Logies Red Carpet, Nine News Sunday, Seven News Sunday, and MasterChef Australia.
A new episode of Bluey (286,000) on ABC Kids/TV Plus pipped the usual winner Insiders for the multi-channel win.
EVENING NEWS BATTLE
|ABC National News||7pm-7:30pm||514,000|
|SBS World News||6:30pm-7:30pm||131,000||143,000 6:30pm|
|10 News First||5pm-6:30pm||285,000 5pm|
SBS World News averaged ((6:30pm+7pm)/2) to obtain total program figure.
Weekend Sunrise: 218,000
Weekend Today: 178,000
Weekend ABC Breakfast: 166,000 (91,000 ABC; 75,000 ABC NEWS)
Insiders (398,000 (266,000 ABC; 132,000 ABC NEWS))
Offsiders (221,000 (163,000 ABC; 58,000 ABC NEWS))
DAILY CONSOLIDATED 7 TOTAL TV
No changes to the previous week’s primetime line-up after the Total TV figures were added: 7News Spotlight (Seven) lifted 7% to 911,000; MasterChef Australia (10) lifted 20% to 881,000; and 60 Minutes (Nine) lifted 13% to 690,000.
The BVOD best was Insiders – AM (113,000).
Here’s the five shows that lifted the most from their overnight figures:
|Program||Network||Total TV||% lift|
|Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?||ABC||334,000||72|
|Insiders – AM||ABC||663,000||21|
|Depp v Heard: Love and War||Nine||462,000||14|
Primary Channels, Multi-Channels, Shares, Subscription TV, Key Demos, 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.