Week 14

By David Knox on March 31, 2008 / Filed Under News 13

Saturday:
1 Doc Martin ABC 1,331,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,155,000
3 Australia’s Funniest Home Video Show Nine 989,000
4 ABC News ABC 978,000
5 Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone Nine 967,000
Nine News Saturday Nine 923,000
Saturday Night AFL Ten 891,000
The Great Outdoors Seven 779,000
Michael Palin’s New Europe Seven 720,000
The Bill ABC 672,000
Saturday Afternoon AFL Ten
Top Gear SBS 419,000

Friday:
1 Better Homes And Gardens Seven 1,305,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,299,000
3 Home And Away Seven 1,266,000
4 Today Tonight Seven 1,221,000
5 Midsomer Murders ABC 1,110,000
6 ABC News ABC 1,064,000
7 National Nine News Nine 1,022,000
8 A Current Affair Nine 957,000
9 The Biggest Loser (Aus) TEN 860,000
10 Collectors ABC 830,000
11 Two And A Half Men Nine 801,000
12 Nine’s Live Friday Night Football Nine 790,000
13 The Simpsons Fri Ep 2 TEN 763,000
14 Ten News At Five TEN 759,000
15 The Simpsons Fri Ep 1 TEN 745,000
16 Stateline ABC 7230,000
17 Seven’s AFL: Rnd 3: Western Bulldogs Vs St Kilda Seven 704,000
18 Neighbours TEN 701,000
19 Deal Or No Deal Seven 676,000
20 Friends TEN 663,000
21 Hating Alison Ashley TEN 625,000

Seven 31.2
Nine 27.5
ABC 19.6
TEN 17.5
SBS 4.2

Thursday:
1. Home and Away Seven 1.502
2. Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares Nine 1.479
3. Seven News Seven 1.299
4. Today Tonight Seven 1.253
5. The Footy Show Nine 1.186
6. National Nine News Nine 1.180
7. A Current Affair Nine 1.155
8. How I Met Your Mother Seven 1.106
9. The Biggest Loser Ten 1.078
10. Getaway Nine 1.077
11. ABC News ABC 1.034
12. Law and Order: SVU Ten 0.946
13. Ghost Whisperer Seven 0.923
14. The 7:30 Report ABC 0.898
15. Samantha Who? Seven 0.883
Two and a Half Men 0.881m
Saving Kids 0.751m
Medium 0.665m

Nine: 31.9
Seven: 26.6
Ten: 20.1
ABC: 16.2
SBS: 5.2


Wednesday:

1. Seven News Seven 1.463
2. RSPCA Animal Rescue Seven 1.459
3. Today Tonight Seven 1.303
4. Home and Away Seven 1.300
5. A Current Affair Nine 1.222
6. National Nine News Nine 1.206
7. Underbelly Nine 1.195
8. ABC News ABC 1.175
9. Spicks and Specks ABC 1.095
10. The Real Seachange Seven 1.090
11. The Chopping Block Nine 1.081
12. House Ten 0.994
13. Two and a Half Men Ten 0.991
14. Back To You Ten 0.968
15. Ten News Ten 0.929
The Biggest Loser 0.925m
Goldeneye 0.865m
Rules of Engagement 0.831m
Numb3rs 0.798m
Cashmere Mafia 0.676m

Seven: 29.2
Nine: 28.3
Ten: 20.7
ABC: 16.7
SBS: 5.2

Tuesday:
1 NCIS TEN 1,470,000
2 Bondi Rescue TEN 1,450,000
3 Seven News Seven 1,366,000
4 Kitchen Nightmares U.S.A. Nine 1,323,000
5 The Biggest Loser (Aus) TEN 1,311,000
6 Home And Away Seven 1,288,000
7 Today Tonight Seven 1,284,000
8 It Takes Two Seven 1,204,000
9 A Current Affair Nine 1,179,000
10 National Nine News Nine 1,117,000
11 All Saints Seven 1,074,000
12 ABC News ABC 1,060,000
13 Women’s Murder Club TEN 1,045,000
14 Ladette To Lady Nine 971,000
15 Two And A Half Men Nine 949,000
16 7.30 Report ABC 884,000
17 The Moment Of Truth Nine 873,000
18 TEN News At Five TEN 764,000
19 Deal Or No Deal Seven 721,000
20 Neighbours TEN 719,000
21 Stuff ABC 718,000
22 My Shocking Story Seven 596,000
23 Friends TEN 594,000
24 Antiques Roadshow Nine 593,000
25 Foreign Correspondent ABC 535,000
26 How Art Made The World ABC 513,000
27 TEN Late News With Sports Tonight TEN 481,000
28 Time Team ABC 452,000
29 M*A*S*H Seven 443,000
30 ABC News Up-Date ABC 438,000
31 Bargain Hunt Nine 422,000
32 Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Nine 421,000

Seven: 27.9
TEN: 27.7
Nine: 25.5
ABC: 14.2
SBS: 4.7

Monday:
1. Border Security Seven 1.767
2. Seven News Seven 1.497
3. SCU: Serious Crash Unit Seven 1.466
4. Enough Rope with Andrew Denton ABC 1.455
5. Today Tonight Seven 1.413
6. Home and Away Seven 1.381
7. Sea Patrol Nine 1.238
8. So You Think You Can Dance Ten 1.180
9. A Current Affair Nine 1.175
10. Desperate Housewives Seven 1.132
11. ABC News ABC 1.118
12. National Nine News Nine 1.112
13. Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala Ten 1.039
14. Media Watch ABC 1.024
15. Four Corners ABC 1.009

Biggest Loser 1.007m
Two and a Half Men 0.952m
CSI: NY 0.935m
Deal or No Deal 0.797m
Power of 10 0.704m
Antiques Roadshow 0.609m
Dirty Sexy Money 0.606m

Seven: 27.0
Nine: 23.4
Ten: 23.2
ABC: 21.0
SBS: 5.4

Sunday:
1. Gladiators Seven 1.847
2. Seven News Seven 1.579
3. Police Files Seven 1.571
4. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nine 1.551
5. 60 Minutes Nine 1.404
6. National Nine News Nine 1.326
7. My Name Is Earl Seven 1.244
8. So You Think You Can Dance Ten 1.234
9. Grey’s Anatomy Seven 1.138
10. ABC News ABC 1.125
11. East of Everything ABC 1.007
12. The Biggest Loser Ten 0.974
13. Brothers & Sisters Seven 0.962
14. Animal Emergency Nine 0.949
15. RFDS: Royal Flying Doctor Service Nine 0.890
16. Robin Hood ABC 0.778m
17. Rove TEN 0.777m
18. The Einstein Factor ABC 0.737m
TEN News at Five 0.645m
AFL: Geelong-Essendon 0.608m
NRL 0.455m

Nine: 30.4
Seven: 29.3
Ten: 20.8
ABC: 15.1
SBS: 4.3

13 Comments »

  1. amir April 3, 2008 at 11:27 am -

    Home & Away’s been doing averagely this week. Surprising since it’s Kate’s last week. How do you think her last episode will rate? Any special?

  2. Neil April 2, 2008 at 10:32 pm -

    Im surprised that stupid Police Files show held onto so mucn of Gladiator’s audience…it’s Grey’s & B&S that let them down…Grey’s is just boring these days, and that hurts B&S’s numbers (a truely amazing show)

    Dance shoudlnt be affected THAT much by Gladiators..would Ten hate itself that all it’s highest-rating episodes have screened outside of ratings?

    As for the 7 Vs. 9 thing…get over it…both have some lame shows (7: It Takes Two,SCU,Border, while 9 has M of T,Sea Patrol,2.5 Men,Power of 10)

    all the networks have been affected by a massive ratings-slump this season – only a few shows a week seem to crack 1.2

    Back To You & DSM arn’t all that bad – sure they need refining,but they suit their timeslot – & considering BTY’s USA performance,it’s doing quite well here
    Terminator suffers from slot-changes,DSM lost many melbournians to Denton this week
    Seven will bounce back but no doubt, they are way behind last year’s performance

  3. keloggs87 April 1, 2008 at 5:13 pm -

    I’m just commenting to outway the 7 praise posted by Richotb and add some 9 praise so it’s more even.

    I on the other hand want 9 to win, they might not win this year but have won all weeks in target demo of 25-54 so far, 7’s only winning because the over 55’s are taking it through.

    9 belongs at number 1 and 7 at number 2, that’s just the way it should be.

  4. RichoTB April 1, 2008 at 4:06 pm -

    Gladiators was awesome. Much better than any of the crap on Channel Nine. At least its entertaining, which is more than I can say for any of the crap on Nine. I’m also glad Sea Patrol has lost a mass amount of its audience. Finally, a scripted Aussie show that isn’t a cop or hospital show, and its set on a ship? lol. The whole production just screams woeful, and the fact that Josh Lawson isn’t starring anymore only adds to the horridness of the show.

    That Dirty Sexy Money show is also woeful, even Antiques Roadshow rated higher. Probably the worst international show of the current season (aside from Terminator SCC, Hell’s Kitchen and Ramsay’s 5 other series of course)

    Rove got stale the moment he sold out to a Sunday 8:30pm slot and changed the entire tone of the show to fit a more “mainstream” audience. It was a mistake to axe Dance last week for a lame recap show just when viewers were hitting a peak. They lost something like 600,000 viewers, well thats their own fault. I wouldn’t be surprised if the same thing happened to Back To You after they aired 2 weeks of repeats in place of new eps. Seven will win again this year, and rightfully so. What else are the Niners going to whine about in their lives?

  5. GOSCIFI April 1, 2008 at 8:59 am -

    Gladiators was ordinary! be more entertaining if it were Live!!

  6. keloggs87 March 31, 2008 at 9:27 pm -

    Any bets for Sea Patrol ratings? I think it will get 1.3 maybe. Season 2 is much better than season 1 so far and much more entertaining.

  7. chucky789 March 31, 2008 at 7:54 pm -

    I was dissapointed how bad 10 did last night! but i do think gladiators will fade away pretty quickly and in a few weeks have an average around 1.2 m

  8. The Human Dree March 31, 2008 at 5:35 pm -

    I watched a bit of Rove last night, the interview with Jodie Foster was horrible, you can tell Rove is star struck and just trying to keep it bottled up.
    Hamish and Andy, Hellier, Hughesy and Shelton are funny guys, its weird to watch a show were the person who has the weakest sense of humor in the group is the host.

  9. dj89 March 31, 2008 at 2:35 pm -

    Nope, my thinking is Glads will settle down at about 1.4/5 Mill in the timeslot considering the lack of competition in the timeslot and it should continue to eat away at Dance’s audience

  10. Mike March 31, 2008 at 12:23 pm -

    Great to see 9 win despite Gladiators which was fake and awful. There was an air of National Bingo Night in the production – or was that just me? Four weeks before its pulled??

  11. Herman March 31, 2008 at 11:27 am -

    John, I beg to differ. Gladiators was MASSIVE in the 90s. Why else would they bother bringing it back after more than a decade?

    Interesting to see the hits in the ratings taken by Biggest Loser and Dance.

  12. John March 31, 2008 at 10:52 am -

    I did not think that Gladiators would rate well. People weren’t that interested in the show when it aired in the 90’s.

  13. andy March 31, 2008 at 9:52 am -

    Geez, Rove must be disappointed. Last year he consistently got around the 1m mark.

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