Entertainment Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings

05:41  14 september  2017
05:41  14 september  2017 Source:   crikey.com.au

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings Channel Nine left the other channels far, far behind them last night.Seven’s Hells Kitchen finishes tonight. It got 813,000 nationally last night,  which was better than Australian Survivor on Ten —  789,000, but not Have You Been Paying Attention– 935,000. It showed up what was on Seven, Ten (earlier) and the ABC. And that was the night. The ABC beat Ten into fourth, but its performance last night was below par from 7pm onwards.

Glenn Dyer ' s TV Ratings . Crikey 26/02/2018 Glenn Dyer . © Twitter/AuSpartan 'Australian Spartan' contestants. After winning for two straight weeks, Seven went backwards last night as the Winter Games faded, My Kitchen Rules was rested and Australian Spartan started.

Glenn Dyer ' s TV Ratings . Crikey 27/02/2018 Glenn Dyer . © Twitter/ResidentFOX Emily VanCamp in 'The Resident'. Married At First Sight (1.81 million nationally) outdid My Kitchen Rules on Seven (with 1.51 million) giving Nine the night.

  Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings © Gaye Gerard/Getty Images

Gruen returned to the ABC last night at 8.30pm with a solid audience who obviously enjoyed the formula —  1.272 million national viewers tuned in (903,000 in the metros and a top 10 program). Success. Yep, but wait, there’s more.

Unlike the promos for the program which told us companies know more about us than ever, we found last night that we know less about modern media and marketing via Gruen than at any time.

There were the two legacy median veterans in Todd Sampson (Fairfax Media director) and Russel Howcroft (former Ten Network boss in Melbourne now at PwC, which has a respected media analysis business here and offshore).

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings Nine's win over the other channels last night was far more convincing than the Socceroos against Thailand.Next Tuesday Seven returns 800 Words to the screen for the second time this year — a repeat of what happened a year ago when it was brought back early and split across the end of 2016 and resumed with the return of ratings in February — and the ratings slid. Desperate times at Seven and the end of 2017 is resembling the sagging end to 2016 for Kerry Stokes’ network. Shark Tank on Ten could only scare up 505,000 viewers nationally at 7.30pm, including just 394,000 in the metros. Shark Sunk! The House (the Tony gets smashed episode) averaged 798,000 for the ABC.

Dee Madigan was on the panel again (she is a Gruen veteran).

Let’s hope we move into 2017 next week after what was a bit of an analogue night. Gruen attempted to do a number on NBN advertising, and while that was interesting, Wil Anderson raised a question right at the end of the segment which should have been made at the start — he says he has been told that the NBN won’t arrive to where he lives until 2019, Russel Howcroft pointed out that you have 18 months to sign up after the NBN arrives in your street.

Someone should have made the point that what’s on offer from the NBN could very well change in those three and a half years (for Wil Anderson and others).

Someone should have asked if the continuing push to mobile and smartphones (and the new Apple X especially) will force changes about the NBN technology and its offer.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings Another win for Channel Nine, and solid send offs for Mad as Hell and Utopia.It was moved to last night at 9.40pm because of tonight’s broadcast on Seven of the first qualifying semi-final in the AFL, and so was Seven’s more modest The Front Bar, which aired for an hour from 8.30pm, and was over before Eddie appeared.

Some analysis about how NBN is handling the tide of complaints and what that could mean for its brand. The Pitch could have had two “ideal” NBN ads for instance, instead of the “North Korea go away” ones they were.

It was Nine’s night, by the way, thanks to The Block — 1.645 million nationally (No. 1) and Doctor Doctor, which attracted 1.177 million nationally (a top 10).

The Bach narrowed his victims to two, tonight for the emotional sacrifices on the altar of lurrrve, Ten TV style for the winner.

In the regions Seven News was again on top with 590,000 viewers, followed by The Block with 529,000, Seven News/TT was third with 483,000, then Home and Away with 469,000 and fifth was Doctor Doctor with 415,000.

Network channel share:

  1. Nine (28.7%)
  2. Seven (25.9%)
  3. Ten (20.5%)
  4. ABC (17.8%)
  5. SBS (7.2%)

Network main channels:

  1. Nine (22.2%)
  2. Seven (16.7%)
  3. Ten (15.26%)
  4. ABC (12.6%)
  5. SBS ONE (4.9%)

Top 5 digital channels:

  1. 7TWO (3.5%)
  2. ABC 2 (3.1%)
  3. 7mate,7flix (2.9%)
  4. ONE (2.8%)

Top 10 national programs:

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings AFL and Rugby, both domestic and international will dominate TV over the weekend.Tonight the AFL second final between Geelong and Richmond goes head to head with the first NRL final between Easts and Brisbane tonight in Sydney. The other finals clash tomorrow evening (Swans against Essendon at 4.25pm in Sydney) and Melbourne v Parramatta (in Melbourne) at 4.10pm. Port Adelaide and West Coast play the last AFL final tomorrow night (so no AFL in Melbourne tomorrow, only NRL), while in the NRL Manly meets Penrith in Sydney. Sunday sees the last NRL final played between Cronulla and North Queensland.

  1. The Block (Nine) — 1.645 million
  2. Seven News — 1.535 million
  3. Seven News/Today Tonight — 1.402 million
  4. Nine/NBN News — 1.279 million
  5. Nine/NBN News 6.30 — 1.274 million
  6. Gruen (ABC) — 1.272 million
  7. Doctor Doctor (Nine) — 1.177 million
  8. A Current Affair (Nine) — 1.142 million
  9. Home and Away (Seven) — 1.103 million
  10. The Force (Seven) — 1.038 million

Top metro programs:

  1. The Block (Nine) — 1.116 million

Losers: No one really.

Metro news and current affairs:

  1. Nine News, Seven News — 945,000
  2. Nine News (6.30pm) — 922,000
  3. Seven News/Today Tonight —919,000
  4. A Current Affair (Nine) — 779,000
  5. 7pm ABC News – 685,000
  6. The Project 7pm (Ten) — 612,000
  7. 7.30 (ABC) — 587,000
  8. Ten Eyewitness News — 432,000
  9. The Project 6.30pm (Ten) — 390,000

Morning TV:

  1. Sunrise (Seven) – 309,000
  2. Today (Nine) – 291,000
  3. The Morning Show (Seven) — 158,000
  4. News Breakfast (ABC 1,  103,000 + 554,000 on News 24) — 158,000
  5. Today Extra (Nine) — 122,000
  6. Studio 10 (Ten) — 50,000

Top five pay TV channels:

  1. TVHITS  (2.8%)
  2. Sky News (2.1%)
  3. Fox8  (2.9%)
  4. LifeStyle  (1.9%)
  5. UKTV (1.7%)

Top five pay TV programs:

  1. AFL: 360 (Fox Footy) – 64,000
  2. FFA Cup (Fox Sports 505) — 56,000
  3. Family Guy (Fox8) — 52,000
  4. Mrs Brown’s Boys (UKTV), Paul Murray Live (Sky) — 52,000

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Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings .
Viewers turned out for Sophie's choice on The Bachelorette.Winner — Sophie Monk . Loser — The Bachelor, which last night’s return of the Bachette revealed (by way of contrast) was quite a nasty, inward looking series this year.

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