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Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

A daily round-up of the winners and losers in Australia’s TV ratings war.

The Front Bar (Image: Channel 7)

Seven remembers there's a footy final on this weekend

Seven committed to its AFL grand final coverage while Nine seemed to let the moment slip by.

Gruen (Image: ABC)

Ratings history repeats itself (just in a slightly worse way)

It was a repeat Wednesday for free to air television last night, despite some drops. Plus: the streaming market just got (slightly) less crowded.

SAS Australia cast (Image: Supplied)

SAS Australia hangs on to debut numbers, helps Seven tie for lead audience share

Will SAS Australia's ratings hold up when it's back on screens next week?

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Seven's SAS Australia captures a win, but will it hold the position?

Seven's military experiment SAS Australia has given the channel a modest win. Can it keep the lead?

Lachie Neale with his Brownlow medal (Image: AAP/Quinn Rooney)

The Brownlow takes out the battle for most-boring TV, while AFL finals beat NRL

AFL continues to beat the NRL in the ratings, but the Brownlows are still the most boring viewing around.

Some of the cast of <em>Gogglebox Australia</em>.

Gogglebox most-watched as other networks neglect viewers

On another dull night, Ten was the only network to step up with something worth watching, making Gogglebox the most-watched non-news program.

Gruen (Image: ABC)

ABC brings back the big guns to sweep Wednesday

Gruen returned for a splash in the ABC, while other networks struggled to put up the numbers.

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Netflix me! A weak night for commercial TV

With no metro programs topping a million viewers last night, it was time to turn to Netflix.

Junior MasterChef (Image: Ten)

Somebody get the kids to cook up some better ratings

Junior MasterChef's audience numbers heat up a little, but they're still a long way off being cooked.

(Image: AAP/Darren England)

AFL wins the battle of the boot, beating NRL for ratings

The AFL on Seven wins the weekend's ratings battle over the NRL on Nine.

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