Entertainment Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

08:16  19 june  2017
08:16  19 june  2017 Source:   Crikey

Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: we’ll always have Masterchef, even if we don’t always have Ten

  Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: we’ll always have Masterchef, even if we don’t always have Ten Nine’s night in the metros (and in a couple of important demos), Seven’s in the regions. But Nine’s AFL Footy Show had another poor night with just 293,000 national viewers, of which 236,000 were in the metros and 159,000 were in Melbourne (155,000 last week).

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'The Voice' judge Seal.© Twitter/TheVoiceAU 'The Voice' judge Seal. It was Nine’s night in the in total people and the main channels and Seven’s in the regions. The Voice has lost more ground for Nine — 1.37 million nationally last night for two hours from 7pm (the final half hour making the difference between winning and second to Seven). House Rules was the second most watched program on the night nationally with 1.84 million. But it ended at 8.30pm and viewers went to Sunday Night which managed a decent 1.31 million nationally. Ten’s MasterChef finished well behind its rivals with 1.01 million nationally. The Voice should really have done better, being the Top 10 elimination. No one qualifies as a must watch at this stage.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings Hamish and Andy's True Stories loses viewers, but not enough to knock it from top spot in entertainment programs.Wanted did well for Seven – 1.26 million nationally with strong support from regional viewers (like House Rules, which had 1.68 million viewers nationally, but which was pipped in the metros by True Stories — 1.02 million to 1.01 million). Here Comes The Habibs followed True Stories at 8pm and its national audience sank to just 914,000 — that’s more than half a million down and 770,000 under House Rules.

In the regions House Rules topped the night with 742,000 viewers, followed by Seven News with 673,000, Nine News 6.30pm was third with 506,000 viewers, Sunday Night was fourth with 496,000 and Nine News was fifth with 460,000. The Voice could only manage 404,000 and MasterChef 278,000.

Network channel share:

  1. Nine (31.2%)
  2. Seven (31.0%)
  3. Ten (16.7%)
  4. ABC (13.8%)
  5. SBS (7.3%)

Network main channels:

  1. Nine (23.8%)
  2. Seven (22.4%)
  3. Ten (12.0%)
  4. ABC (9.7%)
  5. SBS ONE (5.8%)

Top 5 digital channels:

  1. 7mate (3.5%)
  2. 7TWO (3.0%)
  3. GO. 9Life (2.6%)
  4. Eleven (2.4%)

Top 10 national programs:

  1. Seven News  — 1.859 million
  2. House Rules (Seven) — 1.849 million
  3. Nine News — 1.625 million
  4. The Voice (Nine) — 1.371 million
  5. Sunday Night (Seven) — 1.315million
  6. 60 Minutes (Nine) — 1.141 million
  7. 7pm ABC News — 1.056 million
  8. MasterChef Australia (Ten) — 1.015 million
  9. Poldark (ABC) — 676,000
  10. The Suspects (Seven) — 618,000

Top metro programs:

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  1. Seven News — 1.186 million
  2. Nine News — 1.158 million
  3. House Rules (Seven) — 1.108 million

Losers: MasterChef

Metro news and current affairs:

  1. Seven News — 1.186 million
  2. Nine News — 1.158 million
  3. Sunday Night (Seven) — 823,000
  4. 60 Minutes (Nine) — 812,000
  5. 7pm ABC News – 735,000
  6. Ten Eyewitness News — 365,000
  7. SBS World News — 225,000

Morning (national) TV:

  1. Insiders (ABC, 376,000, 176,000 on ABC News) — 547,000
  2. Weekend Sunrise (Seven) — 495,000
  3. Landline (ABC) — 413,000
  4. Weekend Today (Nine) — 398,000
  5. Sports Sunday (Nine) — 222,000
  6. Offsiders (ABC)  — 214,000

Top five pay TV programs:

  1. AFL: Footscray v Melbourne (Fox Footy) —284,000
  2. NRL: Parramatta v St George (Fox League) — 218,000
  3. Supercars Darwin (Fox Sports) — 153,000
  4. AFL: Bounce (Fox Footy ) — 113,000
  5. Supercars Darwin (Fox Sports) — 100,000


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New Zealand back-rower Alex Glenn admits he thought money was running out for a new Broncos deal, after the big money re-signing of Anthony Milford.However, the 28-year-old Glenn has agreed to take a pay cut, stave off Sydney interest and re-sign with Brisbane until the end of the 2019 season.

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