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Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

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

Alan Jones (Image: Sky News Australia)

Let's see Alan Jones talk his way out of his falling Sky ratings

Sky News will point to the footy for Alan Jones' poor viewer turnout, but it has nobody to blame but itself.

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When The Chase is better than prime time, you know you're in trouble

The networks couldn't muster anything better than evening quiz shows last night. That should be ringing alarm bells.

The Voice coaches (Image: Nine)

The Voice loses energy (and viewers) with COVID changes

Nine won the night, despite The Voice shedding even more viewers.

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The Voice is getting croaky

Nine managed a win despite The Voice losing its... well.... voice.

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Masterchef wins Sunday, but will losing the people's fave damage the show?

It won the non-news battle on Sunday night, but will the elimination of people's fave Poh Ling Yeow damage Masterchef's ratings?

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Thank god for the return of footy

If would have been another desperate Thursday night in winter if not for the return of AFL and NRL.

Muriel's Wedding (Image:  Miramax)

'You're terrible, Muriel', viewers tell Nine

Even a screening of a beloved Australian classic couldn't save Nine last night, though the pandemic-inspired news uptick continued.

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A spike in COVID-19 means a spike in news viewers

A new wave of COVID-19 cases has led to an upturn in news audiences — maybe the networks are secretly keeping the pandemic going?

Big Brother 2020 (Image: Seven)

Big Brother doesn't take the ratings hint, renews for another season

Big Brother wasn't the demographic dominator Seven wanted it to be, but it's taking a leap of faith on another season all the same.

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The Voice and 60 Minutes put Nine ahead (again)

Same old, same old for Sunday night, as Nine wins the night with The Voice and 60 Minutes.