Week 8

By David Knox on February 18, 2008 / Filed Under News 8

Saturday:
1 Doc Martin ABC 1,188,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,118,000
3 ABC News ABC 1,094,000
4 The Vicar Of Dibley Seven 974,000
5 Nine News Nine 952,000
6 Movie: Monsters Inc. Seven 909,000
7 Australia’s Funniest Home Video Show Nine 856,000
11 The Bill ABC 731,000
15 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Seven 648,000
16 Top Gear (Series 1) SBS 570,000
19 2008 Nab Cup – Hawthorn V Carlton Ten 473,000

Seven 27.1
Nine 24.3
ABC 21.5
Ten 18.8
SBS 8.3

Friday:
1 Today Tonight Seven 1,303,000
2 National Nine News Nine 1,277,000
3 Better Homes And Gardens Seven 1,245,000
4 Seven News Seven 1,237,000
5 Home And Away Seven 1,141,000
6 Dalziel and Pascoe ABC 1,082,000
7 One Day Cricket Australia V Sri Lanka Game 9 Session 2 Nine 1,038,000
8 Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason TEN 816,000
9 ABC News ABC 809,000
10 The Biggest Loser (Aus) TEN 781,000
11 ABC News Update ABC 757,000
12 A Current Affair Nine 739,000
13 Kid Nation TEN 731,000
14 One Day Cricket Australia V Sri Lanka Game 9 Session 1 Nine 680,000
15 TEN News At Five TEN 647,000
16 Collectors ABC 646,000
17 Deal Or No Deal Seven 638,000
18 Neighbours TEN 619,000
19 Stateline ABC 603,000
20 My Family ABC 546,000
21 Exit Wounds Nine 545,000
22 Friends TEN 527,000
23 Movie: Overboard Seven 484,000
24 The Bold And The Beautiful TEN 432,000
25 Ten News Late Night TEN 409,000
26 2008 NAB Cup: Essendon V Western Bulldogs Seven 409,000
27 Sunrise Seven 380,000
28 M*A*S*H Seven 384,000
29 Judge Judy TEN 355,000
30 Can We Help? ABC 345,000
31 The Oprah Winfrey Show TEN 339,000
32 Seven News At 4.30 Seven 325,000
33 Huey’s Cooking Adventures TEN 312,000
34 Today Nine 290,000

Seven 28.9
Nine 27.0
Ten 20.4
ABC 19.2
SBS 4.5

Thursday:
1 RPA Nine 1,343,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,341,000
3 Home And Away Seven 1,320,000
4 Today Tonight Seven 1,267,000
5 Kitchen Nightmares U.S.A. Nine 1,195,000
6 Law And Order: SVU Ten 1,139,000
7 A Current Affair Nine 1,086,000
8 National Nine News Nine 1,050,000
9 ABC News ABC 1,028,000
10 The Amazing Race Seven 1,024,000
11 Getaway Nine 1,018,000
12 The Biggest Loser Ten 1,016,000
13 Medium Ten 975,000
14 Two And A Half Men Nine 892,000
15 Lost Seven 867,000

Family Guy Seven 836,000
Amazing Medical Stories Nine 800,000
Ten News At Five Ten 786,000
Catalyst ABC 785,000
The 7.30 Report ABC 784,000
Out of the Question 761,000
Life on Mars 757,000
Saving Kids 753,000

Nine 29.9
Seven 26.0
TEN 22.8
ABC 15.9
SBS 5.3

Wednesday:
1. RSPCA Animal Rescue Seven 1.594
2. Seven News Seven 1.393
3. Home and Away Seven 1.273
4. Underbelly Nine 1.273
5. The Real Seachange Seven 1.266
6. Today Tonight Seven 1.224
7. House Ten 1.201
8. National Nine News Nine 1.159
9. Cashmere Mafia Nine 1.137
10. A Current Affair Nine 1.087
11. ABC News ABC 1.081
12. Spicks and Specks ABC 1.032
13. Back To You Ten 0.993
14. Lewis Seven 0.950
15. The Biggest Loser Ten 0.927

The Chopping Block 0.918m
Numb3rs 0.918m
Two and a Half Men 0.888m
Rules of Engagement 0.865m

Seven: 29.5
Nine: 27.3
Ten: 22.9
ABC: 15.6
SBS: 4.6


Tuesday:

1 Seven News Seven 1,390,000
2 Today Tonight Seven 1,355,000
3 Bondi Rescue TEN 1,345,000
4 It Takes Two Seven 1,292,000
5 Home And Away Seven 1,256,000
6 ABC News ABC 1,180,000
7 All Saints Seven 1,164,000
8 Nine News Nine 1,152,000
9 A Current Affair Nine 1,114,000
10 The Biggest Loser (Aus) TEN 1,104,000
11 Women’s Murder Club TEN 1,037,000
12 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Nine 1,009,000
13 7:30 Report ABC 981,000
14 Two and a Half Men Nine 878,000
15 TEN News 850,000
16 Brat Camp ABC 833,000
17 Chopper Rescue ABC 809,000
18 Burn Notice TEN 797,000
19 Neighbours TEN 786,000
20 Deal or No Deal Seven 692,000
21 Friends TEN 659,000
22 CSI: Miami Nine 635,000*
23 Foreign Correspondent ABC 633,000
24 Monster House Nine 632,000
25 Antiques Roadshow Nine 616,000
26 Sensing Murder Nine 564,000
27 Life Begins Seven 557,000
Kitchen Nightmares USA 337,300 (Melb)

* did not screen in Melb.

Seven 31.6
Nine 23.3
Ten 23.1
ABC 16.6
SBS 5.3

Monday:
1 Seven News Seven 1,578,000
2 Today Tonight Seven 1,473,000
3 Home And Away Seven 1,468,000
4 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nine 1,445,000
5 The Force – Behind The Line Seven 1,441,000
6 Border Security – Australia’s Front Line Seven 1,392,000
7 So You Think You Can Dance Australia – Results TEN 1,345,000
8 Desperate Housewives Seven 1,237,000
9 National Nine News Nine 1,196,000
10 A Current Affair Nine 1,195,000
11 Four Corners ABC 1,156,000
12 Good News Week TEN 1,123,000
13 ABC News ABC 1,104,000
14 CSI:NY Nine 1,074,000
15 A Year With The Royal Family Nine 1,055,000
16 Dirty Sexy Money Seven 1,024,000
17 The Biggest Loser (Aus) – Elimination TEN 976,000
18 Two And A Half Men Nine 879,000
19 Ten News At Five TEN 876,000
20 Media Watch ABC 861,000
21 Top Gear Network SBS 801,000
22 Australian Story ABC 769,000
Supernatural 742,000
Nip / Tuck 454,000
30 Rock 269,000

Seven 29.3
Nine 25.2
TEN 22.0
ABC 15.5
SBS 8.0

Sunday:
1. National Nine News Nine 1.599
2. So You Think You Can Dance Ten 1.529
3. Seven News Seven 1.389
4. One Day Cricket – Primetime Nine 1.369
5. The Zoo Seven 1.273
6. Grey’s Anatomy Seven 1.214
7. One Day Cricket – Afternoon Nine 1.153
8. The Biggest Loser Ten 1.100
9. Brothers & Sisters Seven 1.083
10. Samantha Who? Seven 1.074
11. Bush Doctors Seven 1.065
12. Agatha Christies’ Miss Marple ABC 1.051
13. Kath & Kim Seven 0.917
14. ABC News ABC 0.828
15. Ten News Ten 0.707
16. Robin Hood ABC 0.705m
17. Boytown Ten 0.658m
18. ABC News Update ABC 0.600m
19. Compass ABC 0.577m
20. Who Do You Think You Are? SBS 0.571m

Nine: 30.1
Ten: 25.2
Seven: 24.1
ABC: 14.8
SBS: 5.7

Additional source: Tribal Mind


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8 Comments »

  1. David Knox February 19, 2008 at 10:07 pm -

    Both GNW and Supernatural went up very late due to Dance overrun.

    Temp suffered more in 2006 with the first Loser than 07. Its absence is due to prdn closing down when Nine was (foolishly) toying with the idea of 5 nights of Millionaire. Prdn resumes early March I believe.

    Aus Open with 7 thru to 2014. http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2007/11/
    seven-signs-aust-open-to-2014.html

  2. Steve February 19, 2008 at 9:54 pm -

    Temptation will come back on once The Biggest Loser goes. Wasn’t there a massive decrease in viewers for Temptation when the Biggest Loser was on last year?

    Hey Dave, I was wondering when the Australian Open contract finishes with 7?

    Why doesn’t 10 take that and leave the cricket (IPL) to the pros. (Although I do wish they get those two bias commentators of air – Slater and Healy are a blabbering disgrace)

  3. Neil February 19, 2008 at 4:57 pm -

    at last we start to get some un-summer like figures
    i’ve gotta say i was worried for the networks last week…all of them ahd pretty pathetic numbers bar a few shows (H&A,Underbelly,SYTYCD,Back To You)
    monday showed us why Seven was No. 1 last year and the type of numbers networks prob would have been expecting last week

    Seven did MUCH better – H&A was amzing(pretty good ep) and rated likewise…string stories worked for the News
    Border,Force & DH showed they can still pull an audience – Border wont be getting 1.8 again any time soon,but 1.3 is great
    DSM held on well…little fallout from premiere

    Nine did well enough – 2 & half men is shocking..where’s Temptation? News could be better,but then who cared for the Carey story?Nip/Tuck did well at 10.30…the CSI’s held up their night

    Ten could have done better…im amazed more didnt watch Dance…much better results show than lame Idol
    Good News Week works well as that comic-relief against DH & CSI…not so much for Supernatural…devote follows but it wont be attracting much better than 760-790K

    SBS & ABC were again pretty strong…but why is Top Gear going to Saturday?Mythbusters is dead boring
    hoping Seven can find some more viewers for Brothers & Sisters…amazing show and very kuch overlooked…better than almost-soapie Grey’s

  4. Lazer February 18, 2008 at 4:11 pm -

    Prison Break has started weeks ago there like 6 episodes in already so when 7 do start showing them they will be very far behind….

  5. David Knox February 18, 2008 at 4:11 pm -

    Yep, the Top 100 is a downloadable file in the Ratings Archive. Now official surveys are back these have returned. Added each Monday.

  6. RichoTB February 18, 2008 at 3:59 pm -

    And just to add my own opinion, I am egging Ten on as well, as they are the network that cares for their fans most by fast-tracking their more popular shows which saves me downloading certain series. Good on 7 as well for not waiting for 3 months to show LOST season 4. Other than that and Family Guy, they have no shows that appeal to me though that aren’t on hiatus (e.g. Heroes, Prison Break, HIMYM), but I’ve seen all the episodes already so it doesn’t really matter. Nine has Terminator: TSCC, and thats all that interests me. Too many Bruckheimer crime shows.

  7. RichoTB February 18, 2008 at 3:55 pm -

    Is there any way to view the top 10/20 programs of the week? not just of the day

  8. Lazer February 18, 2008 at 9:12 am -

    LOL Thats great 7 in the third spot :) Go Nine and TEN !!

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