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Seven sweeps, Nine weeps

With My Kitchen Rules and Packed to the Rafters, the audience was always going to give Seven the win for the night and the week.

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The Glenn Dyer breakdown: With My Kitchen Rules and Packed to the Rafters, the audience was always going to give Seven the win for the night and the week.

The Biggest Loser had a second night above 900,000 viewers ( 919,000) and more than 1.2 million nationally.

At last we saw the real Indian cricket team last night in the One Day International cricket match against Sri Lanka (who weren’t too shabby either). How long has it taken? A thrilling run chase by India. The night session averaged 258,000 on Gem.

On Pay TV, Fox Classics was the most popular channels thanks to two episodes of that new breakthrough program called MASH and the sensational new war movie, The Guns of Navarone.

Tonight: My Kitchen Rules and Please Marry My Boy on Seven. Nine has the final episode of Sherlock which has failed to set the audience on fire. Odd.

Ten has The Biggest Loser and Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation followed by The Good Wife (which will struggle because of weak lead-ins). The ABC has Woodley, then Adam Hills in Gordon St. Tonight.

National Top Ten programs (metro & regional combined):

  1. My Kitchen Rules (Seven) — 2.662 million
  2. Packed to the Rafters (Seven) — 2.291 million
  3. Seven News — 1.721 million
  4. Nine News — 1.559 million
  5. Home and Away (Seven) — 1.442 million
  6. A Current Affair (Nine) — 1.422 million
  7. NCIS (Ten) — 1.363 million
  8. Today Tonight (Seven) — 1.286 million
  9. The Biggest Loser (Ten) — 1.272 million
  10. ABC News – 1.262 million

Metro Winners:

  1. My Kitchen Rules (Seven) (7.30pm) — 1.924 million
  2. Packed to the Rafters (Seven) (8.40pm) — 1.535 million
  3. Seven News (6pm) — 1.196 million
  4. Nine News (6pm) — 1.065 million
  5. Today Tonight (Seven) (6.30pm) — 1.014 million

The Losers: Nine: Top Gear at 9.30pm, 539,000; Two and a Half Men at 8.30pm, 619,000 and at 9pm, 602,000; Two Broke Girls at 8pm, 779,000; The Big Bang Theory at 7pm, 682,000 and at 7.30pm, 702,000.

A litany of flops and failures last night with The Big Bang Theory suffering from being constantly repeated on Nine’s main channel and on GO!.

Metro News & CA: Nine News won Sydney, Nine and Seven tied in Melbourne, Seven won the rest. A Current Affair won Sydney and Melbourne, Today Tonight won the rest.

  1. Seven News (6pm) — 1.196 million
  2. Nine News (6pm) — 1.065 million
  3. Today Tonight (Seven) (6.30pm) — 1.014 million
  4. A Current Affair (Nine) (6.30pm) — 922,000
  5. ABC News (7pm) — 901,000
  6. Ten News (5pm) — 688,000
  7. 7.30 (ABC) (7.30pm) — 652,000
  8. Foreign Correspondent (ABC) (8pm) — 554,000
  9. The Project (Ten) (6pm) — 512,000
  10. Insight (SBS) (8.30pm) — 205,000
  11. SBS News (6.30pm) — 202,000
  12. Dateline (SBS) (9.30pm) — 175,000
  13. Lateline (ABC) (10.30pm) — 166,000
  14. The Business (ABC) (11.05pm) — 122,000
  15. SBS  News (10.30pm) — 78,000
  16. The Drum (News 24) (6pm) (58,000)

In the morning: Weak figures for Mornings on Nine with Sonia Kruger. Also bad morning for Breakfast on Ten in its short life. Will need to start lifting.

  1. Sunrise (Seven) (7am) — 371,000
  2. Today (Nine) (7am) — 315,000
  3. The Morning Shown (Seven) (9am) — 190,000
  4. Mornings (Nine) (9am) — 76,000
  5. The Circle (Ten) (9am) — 64,000
  6. ABC News Breakfast (ABC) (6am) –46,000 (+17,000)*
  7. Breakfast (Ten) (6am) — 37,000

*On News 24 simulcast

FTA: Seven (3 channels) won with a share of 36.0%, by a mile from Nine (3) on 24.2%, Ten (2) was on 21.3%, the ABC (4) ended on 13.3% and SBS (2) was on 5.3%. Seven leads the week with 33.8% from Nine on 25.7% and Ten on 19.7%. Main Channels: Seven won with a share of 28.8% from Nine and Ten with 16.3% each. ABC 1 was on 8.9% and SBS One ended with 4.1%. Seven leads the week with 27.0% from Nine on 18.9% and Ten with 3.7%.

Digital: Gem won the digitals with a share of 5.4% because of the ODI game. 7TWO was next with 3.8%, followed by 7mate on 3.4%, Eleven on 3.0%, ABC 2 on 2.9%, GO on 2.5%, ONE with 2.0%, SBS TWO with 1.2%, News 24 on 0.8% and ABC 3 was on 0.6%. The 10 digital channels had an FTA share last night of 25.6%. 7TWO leads the week with 3.8% from GO on 3.5% and Gem with 3.3%.

Pay TV: Seven (3 channels) won with a share of 30.1%, from Nine (3) on 20.3%, Ten (2) was on 17.8%, Pay TV (200 plus channels) was on 14.1%, the ABC (4) ended on 11.1% and SBS (2) was on 4.4%. The 15 FTA channels had a total viewing share last night of 85.9%. The 10 digitals had a share of 21.3%, the five main channels, 64.6%.

The top five pay TV channels were:

  1. Fox Classics (Fox Classics) (2.21%)
  2. Fox 8 (2.16%)
  3. TV 1 (1.94%)
  4. Crime & Investigation (1.86%)
  5. Nick Jr. (1.84%)

The five most-watched programs on pay TV were:

  1. Coronation St. (UKTV) — 76,900
  2. The Walking Dead (FX) — 74,700
  3. Eastenders (UKTV) — 61,900
  4. Family Guy (Fox 8) — 61,200
  5. Eastenders (UKTV) — 61,100

Regional: Prime/7Qld (3 channels) won with a share of 36.1%, from WIN/NBN (3) on 25.4%, SC Ten (3) was on 21.4%, the ABC (4) ended with 12.4% and SBS (2) was on 4.7%. Prime/7Qld won the main channels with 28.4% from WIN/NBN on 16.9% and SC Ten on 16.4%. Gem won the digitals with 6.0% with 7TWO on 4.6% and 7mate on 3.1%. The 10 digital channels had a total FTA share last night of 26.0%. Prime/7Qld leads the week with 33.8% from WIN/NBN on 27.4%.

The five most-watched programs in regional markets were:

  1. Packed to the Rafters — 755,000
  2. My Kitchen Rules — 738,000
  3. Seven News — 525,000
  4. A Current Affair — 499,000
  5. Nine News — 494,000

Major Markets: A clean sweep for Seven overall and the main channels in all five metro markets. Nine was second and Ten third everywhere bar Adelaide, where Ten was second in the main channels and Perth, where Ten was second overall and in the main channels. Gem won the digitals in every market thanks to the ODI from Hobart. Seven leads the week everywhere. Ten is second in Perth.

(All shares on the basis of combined overnight 6pm to midnight All People)

*Source: OzTAM, TV Networks reports

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