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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: grim tidings for Seven

It was one of those nights (not the sort sung in the 70s by The Eagles) that has made life for the Seven Network (and its parent, Seven West Media) even harder. Restaurant Revolution is a flopperoo which is making the network’s tough task even tougher. Last night’s grand restaurant launch could only rustle up […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a night of copycats

The Voice and it was Nine’s night in metro markets (but not in Perth where they prefer a Tango over Vibrato). Ten though reverted to the past with fourth place and with its main channel share under 10% in both the metros (9.1%) and the regionals (7.6%), which was really poor. Nine and Seven shared […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: restaurant disasters

What is you opened a restaurant and hardly anyone was coming in through the front door after night three? Would you shut the doors to limit your losses, up the marketing spend, change the food, sack the chef, or just keep going in blind hope? Well, that’s the quandary for the Seven Network and its […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: too many restaurants

Quite a few reputations whacked last night — from the Australian cricket team to Restaurant Revolution on Seven and The Hotplate on Nine, How To Behave Badly on the ABC, to Go Back To Where You Came From. Possibly the only program whose reputation was “enhanced” from last night was the return of the meat market, AKA The Bachelor, […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: dueling cooking shows fail to excite

The two cooking programs — Seven had Restaurant Revolution and The Hotplate on Nine — added precisely zilch to the TV viewing experience last night, but helped produce an underlining of the split in the national TV audience that has been growing for the past couple of years. You see it in the way programs on Nine and Ten are well […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: no more Masterchef

Ten got the winner they really wanted last night on Masterchef Australia with Billie McKay — the standout (for me) of the series — getting up at the last minute against an equally impressive Georgia Barnes. (That last dessert thingie from Heston Blumenthal was a bit unfair). I watched with my remote, and then iViewed. Australian Story has what’s probably the […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: finally, the dying embers of Masterchef

A win for Nine in metros and regional markets because of the strength of the 6pm News (1.916 million national voters), The Voice (2.057 million national voters) and 60 Minutes (1.211 million national voters). Seven was weak as Dancing With The Stars (1.092 million national voters). In the metros, Ten was just third overall, and just […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: nothing but Masterchef

Masterchef Australia’s final elimination episode before the next week’s finals did well last night, as did the Masterclass (which is the better part of the whole lot). That was the night. Really dull. Masterchef Australia topped the night nationally and in the metros with 1.647 million and 1.247 million respectively, but not in the regions […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a quiet night all round

So, it was Nine’s night in the metros given it won the main channels and shared the night overall with Seven — oh, no it wasn’t. It was Ten’s night really because Masterchef Australia lifted it to a win in the metro main channels. In regionals, Seven won easily from Nine, then Ten. Masterchef Australia hit a […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a shocker for Seven

Nine’s night in metro and regionals (main channels there, Seven won overall) as The Voice again topped the night with nearly 2 million national viewers, including 556,000 in the regionals (Number 1). Masterchef Australia was second as the finals week advances — it had 1.640 million national viewers, including 409,000 regional viewers, which is OK. Seven was weak […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a disappointing end for House Rules

A week ago Seven asked in a promotion for last night’s Grand Final of House Rules, ”What are 3 million Aussies doing next Monday night?” Well, one million didn’t turn up and the Winner’s Announcement could only get to 1.998 million viewers across the nation  (let’s call it 2 million) — the Grand Final itself got to 1.756 […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: the all-singing, all-dancing Sunday night

An easy win in the metros for Nine thanks to the unlikely combination of The Voice on Nine’s main channel and the second Ashes test on the Gem digital channel. In fact, the game saw normal service restored in test cricket with Australia ruling the roost after the Cardiff stumble. Nine also won regional markets, […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: sport rules over all

Ah, we love a winner, especially when they bat first, get a couple of lives and go on to whack the Poms, sorry, England, around Lords, making Old Father Time a bit older and rustier and condemning Alastair Cook’s mob to a night out behind The Nursery End, and not the Long Room and its […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Gatsby bombs

Take The Voice out of Nine’s line up and the network runs third in the metros and second in the regionals behind Seven and Ten (in the metros) and Seven in the regions. Nine programmed the movie The Great Gatsby at 8.30pm. It bombed with just 261,000 metro viewers (just 408,000 nationally). Leonardo DiCaprio and Baz Luhrmann […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: more bad news for Seven

Week over and won by Nine. Last night in metro markets was another night Seven would like to forget. Yes, there was a small improvement in House Rules, but that was barely enough to bother the excitement meter. In the morning Today (316,000) beat Sunrise (293,000) in the metros, but was well beaten nationally. In […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Nine’s night

Nine wins, Seven weak. It was the same message in the metros as in the regionals. End of night. The Voice topped the night with 2.292 million national viewers including a very tasty 621,000 in the regions. Lip Synch Battle had 1.509 million viewers and Nine News had more than 1.7 million. ACA did well […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: TV bosses should look to the regions

Nine’s night in the metros but not in the regions, despite a very solid night for The Voice which topped the night everywhere with more than 2.5 million national viewers, including 680,000 in regional areas. Ten was third in the metros, but fourth behind the ABC in the regions both overall and in the main channels. […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: nothing comes close to Nine

Nine’s night, end of story, thanks to the boost from the second night of the first Ashes Test. Nine won both metro and regional markets quite easily. Nine lost the main channels, but another solid performance from the cricket on Gem saw it home. I can tell you the Day 2 of the test cricket […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Origin and Ashes

Greedy Nine might have won the night thanks to its hogging of the Test cricket and the State of Origin, but both disappointed. The Origin lead up near hour bored us again, as did the 40 minutes of lead up to the start of the Test. The same yellers and yakkers from Australia were there. […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

A better result for Nine nationally last night, with a clear win in the metros and a win (narrow) in the main channels in the regionals as Seven’s Wimbledon coverage pushed it to a total people win in those markets. But it was a minor victory. The night clearly was Nine’s as tonight will be […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: the divide between city and country grows

On the face of it, it was a big win for Nine last night — which it was in the metros, or rather in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Seven won Adelaide and Perth, and won the regionals by a clear margin. In fact The Voice, while it racked up another 2 million-plus national audience (with 531,000 of […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

A far better performance by Nine last night across the country, with wins everywhere in the metros except in Perth where viewers remain rusted on to Seven. In the regions Nine all but won (Seven was just ahead in total people), but Nine had a big win in the main channels. Overall it was a […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: footy and music

Thankfully, Seven says, the AFL game between the Swans and Port did the trick last night. It won’t be enough to catch Nine in the metros, but in the regionals Seven is home and hosed. Seven won both the metros and the regionals last night. Masterchef Australia was the most popular non-news program and it helped […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: nothing but Masterchef

Yet another split viewing night. Seven won all people in metro markets, but Nine did better in the main channels and in the main demos. Ten was a clear third and the ABC was fourth. But in the regions, Seven was again a big winner from Nine, with Ten third and the ABC fourth. Masterchef […]

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: The Voice rules the night

Thanks to The Voice and the silly annual Ted Whitten memorial kick and giggle exhibition game in Melbourne, Nine won metros easily last night. It is hard to believe that Seven still managed to get up in regional markets with such a weak performer as Houdini, which bombed badly in the metros with just 310,000 viewers […]

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