Topic archives: NRL Footy Show

Is it time for Nine to put the AFL and NRL Footy Shows out of their misery?

and March 16, 2018 3

After two dismal weeks of ratings for Nine's two footy shows, you have to wonder if the channel can afford to keep them in the schedule

Rowe out at Studio 10 … Rebel alleges collusion … Footy Show flops …

March 9, 2018 1

Studio 10 co-host Jessica Rowe made the surprise announcement on the program this morning that she would be leaving the network. In a statement on-air, Rowe said she wanted to spend more time with her family and be a "more present" mother.

Seven’s neo-Nazi interview was ‘newsworthy’ … The Grauniad’s new look … new Footy Show host announced …

Seven’s neo-Nazi interview was ‘newsworthy’ … The Grauniad’s new look … new Footy Show host announced …

January 16, 2018 1

Seven News Melbourne's news director has defended an interview with neo-Nazi Blair Cottrell which painted Cottrell as a right-wing activist with a community focus, and did not include any of his convictions (which include arson and making threats to kill).

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

October 2, 2015

Hate football? Well, there wasn't much for you last night.

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

September 26, 2014

The AFL Footy Show gave Nine the edge last night. Also, there are NRL finals tonight and tomorrow night, if anyone is interested.

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: ratings not a blockbuster, but block solid

March 21, 2013

Amity Dry won The Block All Stars, and Nine finally won the night.

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Ten crashes and burns

March 8, 2013

Now Ten is being beaten by the digital channels, which is downright embarrassing. Ten needs to take a hard look at is programming -- and its board.

Nine win with Footy Shows

June 19, 2009

Inspector Rex was his usual polished self and Mad Men continues to annoy, writes Glenn Dyer.

The NRL Footy Show shines amidst scandal

May 15, 2009

The NRL Footy Show at long last achieved some relevance last night, writes Glenn Dyer.

In this sporting life, we’ll all go down together

May 14, 2009 2

The affaire Johns is becoming a prism through which all the composite rays of our culture are being examined, writes Guy Rundle.