Week 11

By David Knox on March 9, 2009 / Filed Under Ratings 61

Seven wins fourth ratings week
Top 100
Pay TV Week 11
ASTRA Week 11

Saturday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Seven News – Sat Seven 1,345,000 344,000 397,000 290,000 133,000 181,000
2 Nine News Saturday Nine 1,053,000 257,000 372,000 198,000 139,000 86,000
3 In The Bush With Malcolm Douglas Seven 993,000 281,000 292,000 215,000 100,000 104,000
4 New Tricks Rpt ABC1 987,000 261,000 320,000 171,000 118,000 117,000
5 ABC News-Sa ABC1 874,000 225,000 289,000 156,000 96,000 108,000
6 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos Nine 860,000 219,000 281,000 168,000 99,000 93,000
7 Bill ABC1 852,000 209,000 305,000 134,000 102,000 101,000
8 The Vicar Of Dibley Seven 845,000 216,000 275,000 160,000 106,000 87,000
9 Runaway Vacation -Rpt Nine 824,000 229,000 257,000 152,000 94,000 92,000
10 Kath & Kim (R) Seven 823,000 226,000 254,000 173,000 78,000 92,000
11 ABC News Up-Date ABC1 777,000 196,000 291,000 108,000 84,000 97,000
12 Ice Age The Meltdown Rpt Ten 745,000 197,000 232,000 137,000 86,000 94,000
13 Ten News At Five Sat Ten 668,000 200,000 156,000 113,000 101,000 98,000
14 The Core Rpt Ten 665,000 247,000 179,000 109,000 71,000 59,000
15 ABC News Up-Date ABC1 522,000 123,000 203,000 63,000 78,000 56,000
16 Gardening Australia ABC1 512,000 132,000 182,000 77,000 68,000 53,000
17 Sports Tonight Sat Ten 498,000 112,000 118,000 95,000 86,000 87,000
18 Animal Emergency -Rpt Nine 431,000 159,000 160,000 *** 66,000 47,000
19 The Simpsons Sat Ten 407,000 109,000 107,000 77,000 57,000 56,000
20 Australia’s Greatest Athlete Nine 404,000 113,000 132,000 75,000 46,000 38,000
21 Blood Alley -Rpt Nine 391,000 110,000 111,000 85,000 44,000 42,000
22 The Big White Nine 386,000 95,000 124,000 68,000 37,000 62,000
23 M-Right On Track Seven 314,000 91,000 87,000 68,000 26,000 42,000
24 M-Under The Tuscan Sun Seven 310,000 176,000 *** 134,000 *** ***
25 M-The Guardian Seven 304,000 167,000 71,000 66,000
26 Iron Chef SBS 299,000 96,000 117,000 27,000 19,000 40,000
27 Nine Presents -Rpt Nine 289,000 80,000 48,000 70,000 57,000 33,000
28 Border Patrol Seven 276,000 86,000 137,000 *** 53,000 ***
29 Mercurio’s Menu Seven 272,000 *** 239,000 *** *** 33,000
30 Rockwiz Rpt SBS 264,000 46,000 109,000 43,000 26,000 40,000
2009 WPS Bathurst 12 Hour Seven 254,000 57,000 77,000 40,000 54,000 25,000
M-Planet Of The Apes Seven 254,000 102,000 59,000 42,000 28,000 23,000
Suburban Mayhem SBS 223,000 60,000 82,000 35,000 19,000 27,000
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Ten 222,000 56,000 61,000 31,000 38,000 36,000
Kid’s WB On Nine Nine 149,000 41,000 47,000 22,000 19,000 21,000
Video Hits Sat Ten 142,000 27,000 47,000 20,000 22,000 25,000
The Elephant Princess Ten 140,000 42,000 57,000 15,000 10,000 17,000
Rage: Guest Programmer ABC1 137,000 28,000 22,000 34,000 19,000 34,000

Seven: 26.3
Nine: 23.3
TEN: 21.5
ABC: 21.4
SBS: 7.5

Friday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Better Homes And Gardens Seven 1,316,000 367,000 433,000 200,000 166,000 149,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,311,000 343,000 342,000 261,000 158,000 208,000
3 Today Tonight Seven 1,179,000 315,000 293,000 259,000 134,000 178,000
4 Nine News Nine 1,084,000 269,000 350,000 259,000 116,000 89,000
5 A Current Affair Nine 1,055,000 247,000 363,000 238,000 107,000 100,000
6 Home And Away Seven 1,007,000 295,000 286,000 204,000 120,000 102,000
7 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 987,000 267,000 278,000 217,000 98,000 128,000
8 ABC News ABC1 900,000 250,000 289,000 151,000 106,000 104,000
9 Trial And Retribution: Mirror Image ABC1 837,000 213,000 276,000 104,000 115,000 130,000
10 The Biggest Loser (Aus) Ten 823,000 267,000 189,000 183,000 71,000 113,000
11 Nine’s Live Friday Night Football Nine 801,000 414,000 *** 387,000 *** ***
12 Ten News At Five Ten 795,000 192,000 197,000 160,000 113,000 132,000
13 The All New Simpsons Ten 779,000 216,000 251,000 135,000 64,000 113,000
14 The Simpsons Fri Ten 762,000 191,000 276,000 126,000 67,000 102,000
15 2009 NAB Cup Seven 752,000 19,000 491,000 15,000 127,000 100,000
16 ABC News Up-Date ABC1 736,000 200,000 253,000 87,000 91,000 105,000
17 Collectors ABC1 736,000 213,000 234,000 98,000 91,000 100,000
18 Stateline ABC1 675,000 211,000 194,000 94,000 82,000 94,000
19 Deal Or No Deal Seven 664,000 192,000 187,000 121,000 82,000 82,000
20 Neighbours Ten 652,000 237,000 165,000 130,000 54,000 66,000
21 Medium Ten 598,000 165,000 177,000 109,000 71,000 76,000
22 The Simpsons Ten 588,000 197,000 149,000 109,000 58,000 76,000
23 Law & Order Fri Ten 572,000 123,000 186,000 109,000 81,000 73,000
24 Dalziel And Pascoe Rpt ABC1 547,000 154,000 153,000 66,000 81,000 93,000
25 Law & Order Fri Rpt Ten 489,000 101,000 177,000 79,000 64,000 68,000
26 M-Raising Helen Seven 480,000 299,000 *** 181,000 *** ***
27 The Bold And The Beautiful Ten 469,000 138,000 109,000 104,000 57,000 61,000
28 Nine’s Friday Night Football Nine 450,000 275,000 *** 175,000 *** ***
29 M*A*S*H Seven 431,000 138,000 94,000 116,000 39,000 44,000
30 Must Love Dogs Nine 425,000 238,000 82,000 105,000
Can We Help? ABC1 370,000 113,000 106,000 71,000 42,000 38,000
The Oprah Winfrey Show Ten 215,000 56,000 67,000 35,000 30,000 27,000
M- Perilous Seven 214,000 67,000 45,000 46,000 27,000 29,000
The Ellen Degeneres Show Nine 201,000 51,000 76,000 42,000 18,000 13,000
Dr Phil Ten 186,000 48,000 34,000 32,000 28,000 43,000
Fresh Nine 147,000 45,000 49,000 43,000 6,000 4,000
The View Nine 131,000 33,000 47,000 26,000 11,000 14,000

Seven: 32.6
Nine: 29.1
TEN: 17.9
ABC: 15.7
SBS: 4.7

Thursday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Seven News Seven 1,354,000 369,000 362,000 302,000 135,000 185,000
2 Adults Only 20 To 1 Nine 1,304,000 397,000 399,000 237,000 129,000 142,000
3 Today Tonight Seven 1,252,000 307,000 335,000 312,000 130,000 169,000
4 The Footy Show Nine 1,097,000 294,000 421,000 176,000 100,000 106,000
5 Law And Order: SVU Ten 1,085,000 328,000 281,000 222,000 129,000 125,000
6 Getaway Nine 1,083,000 319,000 361,000 211,000 88,000 103,000
7 The Biggest Loser (Aus) Ten 1,073,000 349,000 277,000 226,000 99,000 123,000
8 Home And Away Seven 1,057,000 303,000 260,000 248,000 113,000 133,000
9 Ghost Whisperer Seven 1,057,000 293,000 309,000 224,000 107,000 123,000
10 Nine News Nine 1,051,000 282,000 332,000 246,000 119,000 72,000
11 Grey’s Anatomy Seven 1,032,000 311,000 315,000 209,000 86,000 112,000
12 ABC News ABC 1,010,000 262,000 310,000 201,000 120,000 118,000
13 A Current Affair Nine 1,006,000 239,000 336,000 258,000 106,000 67,000
14 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 1,005,000 263,000 318,000 224,000 99,000 100,000
15 Bondi Vet Ten 896,000 243,000 218,000 213,000 94,000 128,000
16 Ten News At Five Ten 833,000 237,000 208,000 175,000 119,000 94,000
17 7.30 Report ABC 817,000 251,000 229,000 145,000 99,000 93,000
18 Private Practice Seven 781,000 231,000 252,000 136,000 78,000 84,000
19 Catalyst ABC 745,000 222,000 201,000 142,000 90,000 91,000
20 Life On Mars Ten 739,000 239,000 181,000 122,000 87,000 109,000
21 Deal Or No Deal Seven 706,000 213,000 189,000 163,000 65,000 77,000
22 Neighbours Ten 681,000 235,000 197,000 114,000 80,000 54,000
23 The Simpsons Ten 655,000 194,000 205,000 102,000 88,000 66,000
24 Bringing Up Baby ABC 534,000 155,000 149,000 102,000 61,000 66,000
25 Q & A ABC 495,000 205,000 110,000 91,000 51,000 39,000
26 Grand Designs Rpt ABC 491,000 139,000 115,000 111,000 60,000 67,000
27 The Bold And The Beautiful Ten 478,000 129,000 132,000 107,000 68,000 43,000
28 Antiques Roadshow -Rpt Nine 450,000 106,000 163,000 67,000 70,000 44,000
29 M*A*S*H Seven 436,000 148,000 116,000 92,000 38,000 43,000
30 Scrubs – Thu (R) Seven 426,000 133,000 122,000 83,000 32,000 57,000

Nine: 30.7
Seven: 26.4
TEN: 22.0
ABC: 16.2
SBS: 4.6

Wednesday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Seven News Seven 1,540,000 404,000 448,000 301,000 190,000 197,000
2 Australia’s Got Talent Seven 1,344,000 351,000 407,000 274,000 151,000 161,000
3 Criminal Minds Seven 1,337,000 345,000 413,000 277,000 137,000 166,000
4 Today Tonight Seven 1,295,000 345,000 363,000 268,000 141,000 179,000
5 The Farmer Wants A Wife Nine 1,180,000 322,000 395,000 242,000 93,000 129,000
6 Spicks And Specks ABC1 1,155,000 391,000 315,000 216,000 103,000 130,000
7 Nine News Nine 1,137,000 260,000 364,000 276,000 140,000 97,000
8 The Mentalist Nine 1,125,000 339,000 394,000 185,000 110,000 97,000
9 A Current Affair Nine 1,078,000 245,000 359,000 257,000 116,000 100,000
10 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 1,075,000 289,000 321,000 245,000 106,000 114,000
11 Home And Away Seven 1,051,000 287,000 266,000 235,000 125,000 138,000
12 ABC News ABC1 1,036,000 281,000 328,000 194,000 107,000 126,000
13 Gangs Of Oz Seven 1,013,000 341,000 302,000 170,000 89,000 111,000
14 The Biggest Loser (Aus) Ten 1,000,000 303,000 272,000 219,000 81,000 125,000
15 Cold Case Nine 928,000 254,000 340,000 151,000 117,000 67,000
16 House Ten 901,000 232,000 279,000 152,000 103,000 135,000
17 7.30 Report ABC1 891,000 276,000 237,000 187,000 100,000 90,000
18 Ten News At Five Ten 859,000 204,000 245,000 177,000 110,000 123,000
19 The New Inventors ABC1 838,000 274,000 210,000 154,000 105,000 95,000
20 Deal Or No Deal Seven 816,000 236,000 273,000 147,000 87,000 72,000
21 Life Ten 790,000 195,000 257,000 132,000 91,000 115,000
22 Neighbours Ten 726,000 221,000 213,000 147,000 72,000 73,000
23 Guerrilla Gardeners Ten 685,000 238,000 215,000 116,000 45,000 72,000
24 The Simpsons Ten 666,000 163,000 270,000 104,000 60,000 69,000
25 The Cook And The Chef ABC1 533,000 154,000 149,000 121,000 55,000 54,000
26 Cold Case -Rpt Nine 527,000 153,000 180,000 71,000 70,000 54,000
27 Antiques Roadshow -Rpt Nine 504,000 116,000 169,000 93,000 83,000 43,000
28 Chandon Pictures ABC1 489,000 179,000 123,000 72,000 47,000 68,000
29 The Bold And The Beautiful Ten 470,000 107,000 139,000 108,000 50,000 67,000
30 M*A*S*H Seven 436,000 137,000 106,000 109,000 49,000 35,000
Lost Seven 415,000 146,000 112,000 90,000 42,000 26,000
Sunrise Seven 395,000 118,000 102,000 92,000 39,000 45,000
Ruddy Hell! It’s Harry And Paul ABC1 394,000 122,000 105,000 59,000 53,000 55,000
At The Movies ABC1 319,000 120,000 98,000 41,000 30,000 31,000
Tribe SBS 306,000 74,000 79,000 81,000 21,000 50,000
Today Nine 297,000 99,000 82,000 60,000 26,000 30,000
The Morning Show Seven 199,000 64,000 41,000 49,000 14,000 31,000
Mornings With Kerri-Anne Nine 117,000 46,000 28,000 29,000 8,000 6,000

Seven: 30.7
Nine: 26.9
TEN: 20.7
ABC: 16.8
SBS: 5.0

Tuesday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Packed To The Rafters Seven 1,817,000 524,000 574,000 306,000 199,000 214,000
2 Find My Family Seven 1,545,000 383,000 498,000 299,000 178,000 187,000
3 Seven News Seven 1,497,000 403,000 397,000 307,000 163,000 226,000
4 RSPCA Animal Rescue Seven 1,416,000 355,000 412,000 312,000 160,000 176,000
5 NCIS Ten 1,409,000 392,000 391,000 287,000 164,000 175,000
6 Today Tonight Seven 1,370,000 347,000 374,000 281,000 152,000 217,000
7 All Saints Seven 1,220,000 379,000 388,000 167,000 142,000 144,000
8 Home And Away Seven 1,194,000 337,000 325,000 252,000 141,000 140,000
9 A Current Affair Nine 1,181,000 285,000 411,000 279,000 119,000 87,000
10 Nine News Nine 1,178,000 284,000 388,000 283,000 133,000 91,000
11 Lie To Me Ten 1,135,000 284,000 358,000 225,000 127,000 141,000
12 Two And A Half Men -Ep1 Nine 1,132,000 339,000 331,000 232,000 125,000 105,000
13 ABC News ABC1 1,063,000 301,000 325,000 219,000 107,000 111,000
14 Bondi Rescue Ten 1,056,000 340,000 264,000 257,000 90,000 106,000
15 Two And A Half Men -Ep2 Nine 1,047,000 311,000 305,000 218,000 121,000 91,000
16 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 1,009,000 246,000 310,000 231,000 111,000 111,000
17 Wipeout Australia Nine 990,000 251,000 287,000 202,000 132,000 119,000
18 The Biggest Loser (Aus) Ten 959,000 286,000 271,000 221,000 78,000 103,000
19 Ten News At Five Ten 927,000 225,000 265,000 217,000 104,000 117,000
20 7.30 Report ABC1 910,000 302,000 247,000 172,000 99,000 90,000
21 Aussie Ladette To Lady Nine 878,000 262,000 278,000 127,000 100,000 111,000
22 Deal Or No Deal Seven 793,000 222,000 222,000 167,000 85,000 97,000
23 Neighbours Ten 680,000 212,000 231,000 126,000 63,000 49,000
24 The Simpsons -Rpt Ten 647,000 172,000 227,000 107,000 76,000 66,000
25 Antiques Roadshow -Rpt Nine 524,000 127,000 157,000 107,000 90,000 42,000
26 Ten Late News With Sports Tonight Ten 517,000 141,000 169,000 82,000 59,000 66,000
27 The Bold And The Beautiful Ten 501,000 142,000 112,000 129,000 51,000 67,000
28 Eli Stone Seven 478,000 157,000 155,000 61,000 52,000 53,000
29 Lead Balloon ABC1 475,000 157,000 114,000 93,000 54,000 57,000
30 Secret Diary Of A Call Girl Nine 459,000 119,000 180,000 76,000 47,000 37,000
Foreign Correspondent ABC1 453,000 134,000 154,000 78,000 38,000 50,000
Jennifer Byrne Presents ABC1 261,000 95,000 79,000 40,000 27,000 21,000
Insight SBS 226,000 95,000 47,000 44,000 21,000 18,000
Carpoolers Seven 220,000 78,000 62,000 27,000 25,000 27,000

Seven: 34.0
TEN: 24.9
Nine: 24.7
ABC: 13.3
SBS: 3.1

Monday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Underbelly: A Tale Of Two Cities Nine 2,267,000 728,000 691,000 358,000 215,000 275,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,639,000 431,000 457,000 359,000 178,000 215,000
3 Today Tonight Seven 1,400,000 354,000 378,000 330,000 148,000 189,000
4 Customs Nine 1,312,000 362,000 394,000 270,000 137,000 150,000
5 Crime Investigation Australia Nine 1,265,000 434,000 354,000 186,000 113,000 178,000
6 Nine News Nine 1,235,000 294,000 391,000 292,000 154,000 104,000
7 A Current Affair Nine 1,196,000 321,000 362,000 285,000 135,000 94,000
8 Two And A Half Men -Mon Nine 1,186,000 322,000 372,000 252,000 112,000 128,000
9 Home And Away Seven 1,161,000 339,000 307,000 251,000 123,000 141,000
10 ABC News ABC1 1,063,000 318,000 307,000 220,000 100,000 118,000
11 Desperate Housewives Seven 1,048,000 294,000 352,000 183,000 109,000 110,000
12 The Biggest Loser (Aus) – Elimination Ten 1,047,000 303,000 301,000 224,000 93,000 126,000
13 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 1,018,000 261,000 303,000 241,000 121,000 92,000
14 Brothers & Sisters Seven 1,012,000 299,000 372,000 148,000 98,000 95,000
15 Ten News At Five Ten 1,009,000 263,000 295,000 214,000 133,000 103,000
16 So You Think You Can Dance Australia – Results Ten 965,000 296,000 289,000 191,000 82,000 107,000
17 How I Met Your Mother (R) Seven 956,000 256,000 286,000 206,000 101,000 107,000
18 How I Met Your Mother Seven 946,000 263,000 270,000 186,000 101,000 126,000
19 7.30 Report ABC1 941,000 315,000 247,000 193,000 82,000 103,000
20 Top Gear SBS 931,000 255,000 303,000 160,000 119,000 94,000
21 Australian Story ABC1 894,000 313,000 243,000 156,000 77,000 105,000
22 Neighbours Ten 814,000 264,000 225,000 157,000 91,000 76,000
23 Deal Or No Deal Seven 805,000 258,000 224,000 155,000 83,000 85,000
24 Good News Week Ten 802,000 251,000 222,000 162,000 96,000 70,000
25 The Simpsons Ten 709,000 217,000 218,000 119,000 93,000 63,000
26 NCIS Mon Rpt Ten 655,000 169,000 213,000 116,000 86,000 71,000
27 The Bold And The Beautiful Ten 581,000 163,000 153,000 152,000 52,000 60,000
28 Four Corners ABC1 574,000 170,000 173,000 105,000 53,000 73,000
29 Boston Legal Seven 561,000 170,000 219,000 81,000 64,000 27,000
30 Media Watch ABC1 534,000 160,000 163,000 95,000 52,000 64,000
True CSI: Cold Blood Nine 498,000 146,000 147,000 68,000 64,000 74,000
The Cut ABC1 399,000 139,000 109,000 57,000 44,000 49,000
Talking Heads ABC1 394,000 127,000 123,000 73,000 47,000 24,000
Sunrise Seven 370,000 124,000 74,000 95,000 24,000 52,000
Today Nine 317,000 105,000 91,000 82,000 14,000 25,000
30 Rock Seven 292,000 82,000 128,000 35,000 32,000 14,000
World News Australia SBS 217,000 55,000 86,000 36,000 23,000 18,000
It’s Academic Seven 204,000 68,000 52,000 45,000 14,000 24,000
Escape From Scorpion Island ABC1 203,000 45,000 41,000 63,000 27,000
Lateline ABC1 191,000 71,000 65,000 22,000 16,000 18,000

Nine: 33.0
Seven: 25.9
TEN: 19.3
ABC: 14.0
SBS: 7.7

Sunday:

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Seven News – Sun Seven 1,602,000 436,000 393,000 416,000 140,000 217,000
2 Border Security – Australia’s Front Line Seven 1,550,000 513,000 390,000 346,000 122,000 179,000
3 Triple Zero Heroes Seven 1,331,000 393,000 326,000 308,000 119,000 185,000
4 Nine News Sunday Nine 1,213,000 378,000 373,000 259,000 122,000 81,000
5 City Homicide Seven 1,187,000 374,000 319,000 208,000 118,000 168,000
6 So You Think You Can Dance Australia Ten 1,150,000 386,000 277,000 236,000 100,000 151,000
7 Sunday Night Seven 1,147,000 302,000 304,000 313,000 101,000 127,000
8 60 Minutes Nine 1,118,000 344,000 299,000 245,000 108,000 122,000
9 The Biggest Loser (Aus) – The Weigh-In Ten 1,094,000 372,000 232,000 235,000 95,000 160,000
10 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nine 1,065,000 311,000 283,000 218,000 139,000 114,000
11 Domestic Blitz Nine 1,013,000 381,000 239,000 190,000 92,000 110,000
12 ABC News-Su ABC1 933,000 290,000 268,000 180,000 88,000 107,000
13 Rove Ten 933,000 283,000 287,000 160,000 84,000 119,000
14 CSI: Miami Nine 901,000 250,000 249,000 138,000 137,000 128,000
15 Ten News At Five Sun Ten 847,000 272,000 182,000 196,000 94,000 104,000
16 Bones (R) Seven 780,000 257,000 214,000 123,000 82,000 104,000
17 Wild Caribbean ABC1 775,000 248,000 195,000 137,000 86,000 109,000
18 Lost In Austen ABC1 771,000 277,000 199,000 119,000 66,000 111,000
19 ABC News Up-Date ABC1 659,000 223,000 161,000 109,000 70,000 97,000
20 The Einstein Factor ABC1 583,000 165,000 164,000 108,000 70,000 75,000
21 Fawlty Towers Seven 559,000 185,000 131,000 109,000 62,000 73,000
22 Infamous Assassinations Seven 534,000 148,000 167,000 95,000 60,000 64,000
23 The Simpsons Sun Ten 441,000 147,000 99,000 89,000 43,000 62,000
24 Underbelly: A Tale Of Two Cities -Encore Nine 440,000 114,000 159,000 40,000 52,000 75,000
25 Weekend Sunrise Seven 435,000 148,000 100,000 108,000 41,000 38,000
26 David Attenborough’s Bear – A Spy In The Woods -Rpt Nine 375,000 208,000 *** 103,000 *** 64,000
27 M-Support Your Local Gunfighter Seven 364,000 112,000 86,000 86,000 23,000 55,000
28 The X-Files Ten 357,000 111,000 123,000 39,000 47,000 38,000
29 Postcards Nine 321,000 *** 227,000 ***  94,000 ***
30 Out Of The Blue Sun Ten 289,000 74,000 61,000 69,000 46,000 39,000
Compass ABC1 225,000 86,000 53,000 27,000 21,000 38,000
24 Seven 219,000 68,000 69,000 41,000 18,000 21,000
Dateline SBS 200,000 59,000 56,000 44,000 16,000 25,000

Seven: 29.2
Nine: 26.0
TEN: 24.3
ABC: 15.9
SBS: 4.6

61 Comments »

  1. Craig March 15, 2009 at 7:45 pm -

    Ch10 can’t win, they put new programing on a Friday, people complain, if they put a movie re-run on more complaints. I guess they are waiting for the AFL to kick off.

  2. Harry March 15, 2009 at 4:45 pm -

    TEN – Stop playing movie repeats!

  3. seanie March 15, 2009 at 11:07 am -

    Malcom Douglas still kicking on Saturday. Appallingly low night all round, and quite surprising 7 won by 3% with their movies (depending on state) Under the Tuscan Sun and The Gurdian combining for only 614k for their timeslot.

  4. Sillygostly March 14, 2009 at 8:29 pm -

    Awful, awful decision to waste all that new programming on a Friday night.

  5. David Knox March 14, 2009 at 6:28 pm -

    Wed 193,000 (day) / 172,000 (night).

  6. Andrew B March 14, 2009 at 5:55 pm -

    @David – not sure either about last night, just curious generally as most weeknights it on 11.30pm.

  7. JB1524 March 14, 2009 at 5:06 pm -

    Why doesn’t anyone watch Medium? It’s a great show! (at least I think so)

  8. ryan March 14, 2009 at 4:44 pm -

    10 needs a major revamp of fridays! medium needs another day and timeslot!! maybe mondays or wednesdaysand have house at 9.30, the biggest loser never rates well on a friday cause they make us wait until sunday to find out the winner of the friday competitions so knowone tunes in.

  9. Harry March 14, 2009 at 2:18 pm -

    Wow. Fridays are officially TENS worst days, their highest show was 823000, thats shocking. Medium should be rating higher that 572 as well. Low number for the footy..

  10. David Knox March 14, 2009 at 11:04 am -

    Don’t think Ellen was on late last night.

  11. Andrew B March 14, 2009 at 10:58 am -

    Hey – thanks for the day time ratings, always wondered how those shows do, as my wife watches some of them I hear while I work from home. But she gets the View and Ellen from Foxtel hours ealier than 9 airs them. How does the 11.30pm Ellen repeat go?

  12. seanie March 14, 2009 at 10:40 am -

    That’s a big drop between Ellen and The View. Why don’t people like to listen to
    women bitching for an hour…..?!?

    Ten’s Friday night lineup is a failure. They would be better served saving Medium and The Simpons for one of the many holes in their schedule from quarter / mid year.

  13. vid March 14, 2009 at 9:02 am -

    its interesting to see how many ppl are amazed on how 20to1 can do so well.
    its just a well produced show. how would it fair if it was on 7 and andrew okeefe was hosting it…..very well and it would rate very well….why…cos its a good concept!
    to thoses who dont like the fact it rates well…stiff!

    in regards of the footy show, both syd and melb……. time to retire!!
    how nine can spend money on this show is just silly!! give the money the charity!

  14. Benno March 13, 2009 at 11:07 pm -

    It’s probably all those young teens who are naughty enough to flick on channel nine when no-one is watching them.

  15. eli March 13, 2009 at 10:42 pm -

    20 t0 1 cant believe it keeps on doing so well, Bert looks a bit funny these days .
    Guerillas is just another ho hum garden show with make believe drama and Farmers lost viewers. Last couple of seasons it kept building. Maybe people turned off after the nasty eviction episode

  16. Denny Shore March 13, 2009 at 10:25 pm -

    Channel 7’s Thursday nights are garbage. Don’t you have any Amazing Races, Family Guys or American Dads? Any chance of taking Survivor from Channel 9?
    Or how about an extra dose of Boston Legal or 30 Rock.?

  17. ryan March 13, 2009 at 5:58 pm -

    why are so many people watching 20 to 1? it makes me think oztam has made a mistake! i mean who would watch a guy who looks like he is fake? bert has way way way too much makeup on and way way way too much botox in his face.
    loser and s.v.u plus bondi vet did well last night! bondi vet seems to be ganing viewers which is great cause its such a good show

  18. Tepee March 13, 2009 at 5:30 pm -

    Very surprising to see 20 to 1 rate so well, especially against a (former) powerhouse in Grey’s. Seven sure know how to dilute a show’s numbers by a few hundred k – Dancing with the Stars, Grey’s, City Homicide… Viewers do not like timeslot changes very much – get the hint Seven?

  19. Harry March 13, 2009 at 4:26 pm -

    Well Life On Mars just isnt doing it for TEN anymore. Great figures for Loser and SVU. I loved the new look Footy Show! Crawf was classic as always, as was Sammy. For the people who didnt like it, they had no footy to discuss nor has the season started. Be sure to watch the the show before Round 1. That will be good.

  20. Lewis March 13, 2009 at 1:41 pm -

    I still can’t believe how many people out there watch 20 to 1. Must be to do with that ‘Adults’ tag.

    The Footy Show last night was pretty poor. The opening segment was awful it lacks Trevor Marmalade, Shane Crawford and Billy Brownless on the whole aren’t funny, the hairy Garry jokes are past it now, the new segments sucked, and the one on one with Hutchy is a waste of time considering they do Footy Classified.

    And how long can Private Practice last with such low ratings?

  21. Andrew D March 13, 2009 at 12:38 pm -

    also, did anyone see the nrl footy show last night with russell crowe bagging the poor underbelly acting saying that matt johns would be a perfect fit for underbelly after seeing his low budget movie.

  22. Andrew D March 13, 2009 at 12:35 pm -

    footy show got okay, but not great figures. most people didnt know it was back on in melbourne cos the season begins in a fortnight. the afl version still rated strongly in melb with 421k. however, the nrl version looks like it will continue to struggle this season with poor ratings for sydney and brisbane.

  23. ozgeek March 13, 2009 at 12:33 pm -

    I caught the last minute of 20 to one and I’ve got to say that Bert needs to loosen the peg around the back of his head that’s holding the skin on his face taut. Either that or stop using that medicinal Links simulator. But when I read this comment from Rutzie: “Here’s a future episode, AO 20 to 1 nude scenes from Underbelly.”, for one horrible moment, I thought the future prediction was Bert doing the show naked. Arrrrrrgh.

    Figures aren’t low enough yet for Bondi Vet.

  24. seanie March 13, 2009 at 12:19 pm -

    @ Jed, I can’t see Scrubs doing any better than HIMYM in total people. But it will no doubt clean up in the younger demos. I’d guess about 900k in total viewers.

  25. Jed March 13, 2009 at 11:32 am -

    Woops Footy Show was on last night. Forgot about that, i just went to bed early and watched a dvd. Anyone watch the AFL Footy Show? Any decent with the changes or just as bad? I gave up on it last year.

    So what are people’s predictions for scrubs at 8pm monday nights. it gets about 400,000-500,000 at 10.30 and it had a very loyal fan base so it should crack 1mil. Might steal some customs viewers and boost d.h. I hope 7 move 30 rock to prime time too, and when the hell is my name is earl coming back?

  26. cJ March 13, 2009 at 11:16 am -

    RichoTB, NCIS repeat had 174,500 more viewers watching than Dexter did last week, and it had 6% more 18-49s watching. Not bad for a repeat episode of a show put into the schedule only days before it was on, and with absolutely no promotion whatsoever, except for a short “Tonight on Ten” and “Next”, which weren’t shown on HD because of sport commitments. I’m sure NCIS rpt is only a temporary thing, and it will probably rate better next week when a few more people know that it is on. I’m guessing Supernatural will start sometime after Easter.

  27. Lana March 13, 2009 at 11:07 am -

    Doesn’t look like Farmer Wants a Wife will build to the 1.7m it got for it’s finale last year. I guess it only performs when it has no competition, or up aggainst repeats.

  28. Andrew B March 13, 2009 at 10:24 am -

    20-1 2nd for the night after 7 news? And number 1 for Sydney! Very disturbing.

  29. Rutzie March 13, 2009 at 10:23 am -

    How the hell does that poor excuse of a show AO 20 to 1 pull 1.3million viewers is beyond me. Here’s a future episode, AO 20 to 1 nude scenes from Underbelly. Sorry to say but The NRL Footy Show was abismal last night. The only saving grace was Russell Crowe.

  30. michael*oz March 13, 2009 at 10:23 am -

    brilliant! 20 to 1 coming in so well is gonna infuriate some people here…… gonna be fun watching some of these reactions…… he he he

    well done, nine…….

  31. tommyk March 13, 2009 at 10:09 am -

    those numbers for the footy show launch are worrying last year the launch scored 1.23mil for the 2 hours and dropped to axable figures in a matter of weeks. especially in sydney. this year it only gets 1.09 for the launch and is down in all markets. we can only guess how far down it will go this time.

  32. ryan March 12, 2009 at 9:43 pm -

    i actually watched house last night and it was an awesome episode!! i havnt watched house in months but i somehow ended up watching it. gueralla gardners needs to change its slot to maybe 6pm a couple of nights a week. also ten needs to put repeats of thank god your here on at 7.30 wed

  33. Craig March 12, 2009 at 12:55 pm -

    Lost still getting 415k is not bad for 10:30.

  34. Andrew B March 12, 2009 at 12:27 pm -

    @koxoverstreet: Simple: Free publicity through controversy – not that a gay story / character should even be thought of contraversial in this day and age.

  35. koverstreet March 12, 2009 at 12:05 pm -

    Looking at the ratings for H&A (beaten by 2.5 Men rpt) you have to wonder at the motives for the gay storyline coming up.

  36. angelsgal March 12, 2009 at 11:35 am -

    Next headline: Gone Guerrilla Gardeners. Returning Rules of Engagement. Shame cos i actully dont mind this show, last nights eps was the best, getting busted by council and getting away with it was good lol. Even my bro who watches nuffing on TV (other than AFL) comes out to watch this. This show is killing house, it did well to win back 90% of TBL audince, after GG lost close to 400k from it

  37. David Knox March 12, 2009 at 10:59 am -

    How remiss of me! Lost: 415,000.

  38. Ianblair23 March 12, 2009 at 10:45 am -

    Dare I even ask for the ratings for Lost last night??

  39. Andrew B March 12, 2009 at 9:49 am -

    Mentalist started at 8.37 last night. Disgusting. Couldn’t care less about Farmer Wants a Wife and glad I don’t ever watch ch 9 live even though I do so at my own risk of missing the ending from shows finishing more than 10 minutes late (luckily, Mentalist finished by 9.38 so just got it in my 10 minute over-record). Lateness killing their ratings. Figures speak for themselves.

  40. ryan March 12, 2009 at 1:26 am -

    wow, ten did really well in the 10.30 timeslot!! beat both 7 and 9. also has anyone else noticed how good ten news is performing lately?? been over the million mark a few times lately which is good to see since they have the most detailed coverage plus more time means more stories.

  41. ryan March 11, 2009 at 11:02 pm -

    the reason the ncis repeat did so bad was cause of 2 reasons. gnw is a crap show and the new promo is shocking!! and ten didnt advertise ncis was on monday at all.

  42. Tepee March 11, 2009 at 5:24 pm -

    L2L surprisingly has been the only ‘must-see’ show for me that’s on Nine so far this year, and it’s already finishing! Woeful numbers for Wipeout, but 2.5 Men isn’t doing as badly as I would’ve thought against the Packed powerhouse. Loved last night’s ep of PTTR with Rebecca Gibney’s storyline cracking me up!

  43. Peter March 11, 2009 at 4:24 pm -

    L2L finale already. not that i watch it, but that was a bit quick! and they’re actually still going ahead with a second season! HA! losers.
    I think nines ‘one hit wonder’ strategy on mondays arn’t working. They were ahead of their closest competitor by 7.1% on monday, due of course to underbelly.
    Then on tuesday, with sevens normal lineup, they were ahead of their closest competitor by 9.1%.
    So it just goes to show, that having an ass kicking hour of television isn’t a reason to celebrate, or a good enough excuse to have substandard television the rest of the week.
    Whoever said ‘ch9, no. 1 in 09′ was sadly mistaken, if the first month is anything to go by…

  44. Andrew B March 11, 2009 at 3:52 pm -

    And 9 has Bridezillas coming to Tue night as well…. it just gets worse…

  45. Scotty March 11, 2009 at 3:30 pm -

    @craig, 7 is ahead this week by 2% already. knowing that 7 will probably win wed, fri, and sat and thursdays will be close. i think we can assume 7 will win the week.

    @dan, i don’t think missing pieces was ever promised for Feb but there were adds during the summer. 11th hour was promised for feb though and i am interested to see what happened to those plans.

    good to see ch9’s most-trashiest-of-them-all night failing. maybe there is a message in that? it’s the L2L final next week and the ratings haven’t picked up yet, there’s not much time for all those people that were dead set saying that the ratings will pick up.

  46. Craig March 11, 2009 at 12:11 pm -

    Who else gets some sick satisfaction seeing ch9 in third place :D

    2.5 Men getting thumped by both packed and NCIS, ditto for Aussie Ladette To Lady again in 3rd, even the Secret Diary final couldn’t beat Eli Stone, I guess Tuesday is dead for ch9. I’ll be amazed if they don’t change it soon.

  47. Dan March 11, 2009 at 11:38 am -

    Actually I was just wondering where is that find my family ripoff that nine was doing, I’m sure it was suppose to air in February, unless it did and I never knew about it. I do remember the promos and I’m sure it said coming in Feb. Don’t tell me that they are saving it due to the success of all the other shows that are currently on, not!

  48. Brodie March 11, 2009 at 11:25 am -

    I meant instability, not stability.

  49. ozgeek March 11, 2009 at 11:13 am -

    I’m an NCIS fan and even I didn’t know about the Monday rpt episode. With Foxtel having it on endless double episode loops, NCIS is nearly as ubiquitous as 2.5 Men – but not quite. Which reminds me, will someone please tell nine that there are other shows on the planet. Three episodes of THM on Tuesday night smacks of desperation. Bring back something from the vaults (but without Bert or Darryl), please.

    Boston Legal is a fantastic show but I can’t watch it while my kids are up. I did manage to see the Los Vegs hats.

    And SBS please move Top Gear back an hour. We resorted to taping it because that’s kiddy bedtime peak hour. At 8:30 pm they’d get the best ratings of any car show…………………………………………………………..in the world.

  50. Brodie March 11, 2009 at 11:08 am -

    Overton has been a huge failure for 9. But axing him and bringing in another anchor would lead to even more stability. 9 news is screwed.

  51. sam March 11, 2009 at 10:57 am -

    who saw Boston Legal on Monday night ?….i was the funniest episode yet….i love this show, but it has never caught on here due to terrible timeslot…shame its on its last year……..

    ps get rid of overton channel 9!!

  52. Dan March 11, 2009 at 9:50 am -

    Well Wipeout might be Wiped out soon, pretty bad ratings for that show. Nine I am telling you if you move it to the weekend I reckon it will do better, 8.30 Saturday night, nothing is on then. I even think it will do better than Domestic Bliss on a Sunday Night but I think they will just take it off.

    Ladette is another show that will disappear but they will hang on to the end of the series maybe drop it back an hour, I really don’t know what they were thinking with this show. The funny thing is though if you look at it’s ratings in Sydney and compare it to Sydney 9 news, their is not much difference. I really wonder how long Peter Overton will last, I bet he is looking over is shoulder, especially with the weekend news doing pretty good business. I do watch 9 news on the weekend but won’t even consider it during the week.

  53. peter March 11, 2009 at 8:33 am -

    Crime Shows, Crime Shows, Crime shows, blah, blah ,blah – what variety we have on Aust TV. No wonder everyone is switching to pay.

    I just don’t get and never had why they are so popular – they are not exactly popular career choices. It just surprising me that everyone in society is not attempting to join the Police Force, become a PI, become a Solicitor or become a customs officer/someone in security services.

  54. bindi March 10, 2009 at 11:29 pm -

    yes 10 just need to realise that their monday nights are doomed, not even their number 1 show can get out of the 600 000 zone, nothing they put on is going to rate any better than this in the 9:30pm monday timeslot so they might as well show new stuff like dexter or supernatural. the supernatural convention is just over a month away, and because 10 refuses to air the episodes spoiler awkwardness is going to abound. and what a disappointing thing for the stars too, come all the way out here to be told our networks don’t care about their show and won’t air it.

  55. Elizabeth March 10, 2009 at 9:23 pm -

    Desperate Housewives was a hoot last night!!! probably the best episode of the year!!! Still going strong after 5 years. Probably one of the few shows on channel 7 to never be moved to a different timeslot, hence its strong audience!!!

  56. Jimbo March 10, 2009 at 9:16 pm -

    Underbelly did great last night. The Cut did crap last night. I wish it rated better

  57. Stanners March 10, 2009 at 7:25 pm -

    @ Koverstreet, you mean the same 18-49 and 25-54 demos Seven won last week? I don’t think 9 would be too pleased with that. It is quite surprising they can’t win the younger demos with their biggest shows in the schedule. When Underbelly is gone I think 9 will absolutely collapse.

    Looks like Seven’s Sunday is doing the job, I think they’ll dominate the night from here on in. Good to see GNW improve on previous weeks.

  58. koverstreet March 10, 2009 at 6:45 pm -

    7 will win the 55+ while 9 as usual will win the 25-54 / 18-49. Nine is aiming to skew younger and it’s working.

    I’m amazed that Underbelly actually went up this week,Nine will be very happy!

  59. RichoTB March 10, 2009 at 6:36 pm -

    NCIS rpt only got 100,000 more than Dexter did last week in that slot. Probably due to the fact that GNW is such a bad lead-in, not even Ten’s biggest show can draw an audience in that time. They may as well just bring back Supernatural in that slot to make a large portion of the tween audience happy

    And new CSI on Sunday only grabbing a million viewers is a bit surprising, hopefully The Mentalist’s figures increase this week as well

  60. David Knox March 10, 2009 at 5:54 pm -
  61. Craig March 10, 2009 at 5:49 pm -

    7 or 9, who will win this week?

    David who won last week?

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