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

Prime time slump hits early in 2020

Prime time slump hits early in 2020

Viewer boredom is usually reserved for later in the year. Not so in 2020.

MAFS records lowest finale audience in three years

MAFS records lowest finale audience in three years

Free-to-air TV viewing is up, but that didn't help Married at First Sight boost ratings for last night's finale.

The Thusday night lull begins to bite

The Thusday night lull begins to bite

Without any sport to tide them over, viewers are beginning their Thursday night exodus.

MAFS finale leaves Nine with an uncertain future

MAFS finale leaves Nine with an uncertain future

With MAFS coming to a close, has Nine's gravy train ended?

Is the great 2020 news surge over?

Is the great 2020 news surge over?

The pandemic-driven rise in news audiences is finally showing signs of slowing down.

The power of legacy TV connects viewers

The power of legacy TV connects viewers

More than 5% of the Australian public tuned in to breakfast TV last week, as ABC's News Breakfast continues to make history.

All news, no sport makes Thursday a dull night

All news, no sport makes Thursday a dull night

The absence of all sport has revealed a flaw in TV networks' strategy.

Breakfast news continues to  smash records

Breakfast news continues to smash records

The rise of news audiences shows no signs of slowing as breakfast TV records continue to tumble.

TV news surge shows no sign of slowing

TV news surge shows no sign of slowing

TV news numbers are continuing from strength to strength.