Film & TV

Mar 26, 2014

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a terrible night for Ten and pay TV

The double-whammy of The Block and My Kitchen Rules meant there was very little audience share left over for other channels.

Glenn Dyer — <em>Crikey</em> business and media commentator

Glenn Dyer

Crikey business and media commentator

Seven’s night as Resurrection blitzed the night on its debut (yes, it’s a spooky US series, but that’s what is the big idea in US TV is at the moment). It had 2.820 million national/ 1.911 million metro / 909,000 regional viewers last night, a very strong start. Seven clearly won all metro markets (including Melbourne where it has been very weak this year) and won regionals as well in convincing fashion. Seven rested Winners & Losers (its back later in the year) to put the short run Resurrection into the Tuesday night slot — it boosted viewing on Seven last night by around 1.5 million people.


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  1. John Newton

    Is no one going to comment in the now despicable Quentin Bryce – soi disant Republican – accepting a Dame Twankey? Shame Bryce Shamr. your refusal would have sent a loud message to this antediluvian government

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