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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: the House Rules ratings juggernaut comes to an end

With the Grand final of House Rules, Seven was always going to win the night, which it did in the metros and in the regions. The ABC beat Ten in the regions again, reversing the pecking order of the metros. The rest of the week looks a bit bleak for Seven with Nine having the third and final State of Origin game on Wednesday night, although being a dead game with the result carrying no importance, the audience will be down on the record figures for the first two games of this year. Seven starts The X Factor next Sunday night, so The Voice’s final episodes and those of the The Voice Kids version will go head to head with the opening episodes of that mega hit. TV’s program grinder carries on regardless.

Nine’s 6pm News had a big 215,000 win in Sydney and won by 15,000 in Melbourne with Seven News boosted by an AFL game. Seven News won the rest and the regions. Seven’s Sunday Night beat 60 Minutes easily thanks to the amazing pictures of the re-enactment of the murder involving Oscar Pistorious. Sunday Night had 2.054 million national/ 1.285 million metro/ 766,000 regional viewers. Nine’s 60 Minutes had 1.419 million metro/ 999,000 metro/ 421,000 regional viewers. MasterChef had 1.214 million national/ 910,000 metro/ 304,000 regional viewers. That was a solid result given the size of the House Rules audience and then that of The Voice Kids which had 1.792 million/ 1.255 million metro/ 537,000 regional viewers.  The Wimbledon Men’s final figures won’t be out until tomorrow seeing the game finished just after 3am. But the early part of the game had 454,000 national viewers from 10.40pm to 2am.

Network channel share:

  1. Seven (37.9%)
  2. Nine (25.1%)
  3. Ten (13.8%)
  4. ABC (17.9%)
  5. SBS (5.3%)

Network main channels:

  1. Seven (30.3%)
  2. Nine (19.6%)
  3. Ten (12.8%)
  4. ABC1 (10.5%)
  5. SBS ONE (4.7%)

Top digital channels: 

  1. 7mate (4.3%)
  2. GO (3.4%)
  3. 7TWO (3.3%)
  4. ONE (3.0%)
  5. Gem, Eleven (2.1%)

Top 10 national programs:

  1. House Rules Winner (Seven)  —  3.121 million
  2. House Rules Final (Seven) — 2.748 million
  3. Sunday Night (Seven) — 2.054 million
  4. Seven News — 1.938 million
  5. Nine News — 1.821 million
  6. The Voice Kids (Nine) — 1.792 million
  7. A Place To Call Home (Seven) — 1.549 million
  8. 60 Minutes (Nine) — 1. 419 million
  9. MasterChef Australia (Ten) — 1.214 million
  10. Grand Designs (ABC1) — 1.203 million

Top metro programs:

  1. House Rules Winner (Seven)  —  1.989 million
  2. House Rules Final (Seven) — 1.730 million
  3. Seven News  — 1.325 million
  4. Sunday Night (Seven) — 1.289 million
  5. The Voice Kids (Nine) — 1.255 million
  6. Nine News — 1.255 million

Losers: No losers on a night when a ratings eater like House Rules is on.Metro news and current affairs:

  1. Seven News  — 1.325 million
  2. Sunday Night (Seven) — 1.289 million
  3. Nine News  — 1.255 million
  4. 60 Minutes (Nine) — 999,000
  5. A Current Affair (Nine)  —  1.031 million
  6. ABC News  —  682,000
  7. Ten Eyewitness News — 541,000
  8. SBS World News — 247,000

Morning TV:

  1. Weekend Sunrise (Seven)  —  302,000
  2. Insiders (ABC1, 196,000 + News 24, 87,000) — 283,000
  3. Landline (ABC1) — 264,000
  4. Weekend Today (Nine)  —  231,000
  5. Financial Review Sunday  (Seven) — 176,000
  6. The Bolt Report repeat (Ten) — 169,000
  7. Offsiders  (ABC1) — 133,000
  8. The Bolt Report (Ten) — 120,000

Top five pay TV channels:

  1. Fox Footy (4.1%)
  2. Fox Sports 3 (3.1%)
  3. Fox 8  (2.3%)
  4. TVHITS!  (2.2%)
  5. Foxtel Movies Premiere (1.9%)

Top five pay TV programs:

  1. AFL: West Coast v Sydney (Fox Sports 3)  —  192,000
  2. AFL: Geelong v Footscray (Fox Footy) —  157,000
  3. AFL: Carlton v Geelong (Fox Footy) — 152,000
  4. Hangover Part 3 (Foxtel Movies Premiere)  —  110,,000
  5. Super Rugby; Waratahs v Highlanders  (Fox Sports 1) — 102,000

*Data © OzTAM Pty Limited 2013. The data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM. (All shares on the basis of combined overnight 6pm to midnight all people.) and network reports.

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