Week 4

Seven scores with Tennis
ASTRA: Week 4

Saturday:

1. Seven News Seven 1,186,000
2. Tennis: 2010 Aust Open – Day 6 Night Session Seven 982,000
3. Australian Open 2010 -Preview Seven 946,000
4. Nine News Nine 920,000
5. ABC News ABC1 776,000
6. The Bill ABC1 762,000 219,000
7. Taggart ABC1 717,000
8. Tennis: 2010 Aust Open – Day 6 Seven 635,000
9. ABC News Update ABC1 629,000
10. Ten News at Five Ten 624,000

Network:
Seven: 33.7
ABC: 22.4
Nine: 19.3
TEN: 17.6
SBS: 7.1

Friday:

1. Nine News Nine 1,298,000
2. Today Tonight Seven 1,158,000
3. One Day Cricket -Australia v Pakistan Nine 1,103,000
4. Midsomer Murders -Rpt ABC1 1,047,000
5. Seven News Seven 1,029,000
6. ABC News ABC1 806,000
7. Ten News At Five Ten 718,000
8. Seven’s Tennis: 2010 Aust Open – Night Session Seven 627,000
9. The 7pm Project Ten 594,000
10. Malcolm In The Middle -Rpt Ten 584,000

Network:
Nine: 32.6
Seven: 25.3
ABC: 19.7
TEN: 16.6
SBS: 5.7

Thursday:

1. Seven News Seven 1,300,000
2. Today Tonight Seven 1,232,000
3. Seven’s Tennis: 2010 Aust Open – Day 4 Night Session Seven 987,000
4. A Current Affair Nine 957,000
5. Nine News Nine 956,000
6. ABC News ABC1 818,000
7. The Secret Millionaire –Rpt Nine 764,000
8. Ten News At Five Ten 726,000
9. 7.30 Report Summer Edition Abc1 663,000
10. CSI: NY Nine 658,000

Network:
Seven: 35.7
Nine: 27.4
TEN: 17.1
ABC: 14.9
SBS: 4.9

Wednesday:

1. Seven News Seven 1,134,000
2. Nine News Nine 1,129,000
3. Today Tonight Seven 1,116,000
4. A Current Affair Nine 1,024,000
5. Tennis: 2010 Aust Open – Day 3 Night Session Seven 1,004,000
6. ABC News ABC1 892,000
7. Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 874,000
8. The All New Simpsons Ten 840,000
9. Ten News at Five Ten 789,000
10. Futurama Ten 770,000

Network:
Seven: 34.0
Nine: 29.4
TEN: 16.6
ABC: 14.3
SBS: 5.6

Tuesday:

1. Seven News Seven 1,301,000
2. Today Tonight Seven 1,167,000
3. A Current Affair Nine 1,130,000
4. Nine News Nine 1,064,000
5. Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 1,020,000
6. NCIS -Rpt Ten 1,008,000
7. Tennis: 2010 Aust Open – Day 2 Night Session Seven 970,000
8. Survivor: Samoa -Ep2 Nine 897,000
9. Survivor: Samoa -Ep1 Nine 895,000
10. ABC News ABC1

Network:
Seven: 32.8
Nine: 27.1
TEN: 19.9
ABC: 13.1
SBS: 7.1

Monday:

1. Seven News Seven 1,370,000
2. Today Tonight Seven 1,234,000
3. A Current Affair Nine 1,220,000
4. Nine News Nine 1,185,000
5. Two And A Half Men -Rpt -Ep2 Nine 1,057,000
6. Two And A Half Men -Rpt -Ep1 Nine 989,000
7. The Mentalist –Rpt Nine 988,000
8. ABC News ABC1 965,000
9. The Middle Nine 897,000
10. Ten News At Five Ten 884,000

Network:
Seven: 28.8
Nine: 27.6
TEN: 17.6
ABC: 16.5
SBS: 9.4

Sunday:

1. The Marriage Ref: Sneak Peek Seven 1,226,000
2. Coastwatch Seven 1,196,000
3. Seven News Sunday Seven 1,182,000
4. Border Patrol Seven 1,172,000
5. Nine News Sunday Nine 1,167,000
6. I Dreamed A Dream – The Susan Boyle Story Nine 1,131,000
7. Bones –Rpt Seven 1,043,000
8. Mighty Ships Seven 1,025,000
9. Movie: Oyster Farmer ABC1 899,000
10. Castle Seven 829,000

Network:
Seven: 30.6
Nine: 28.2
TEN: 18.1
ABC: 17.5
SBS: 5.6

Source: OzTAM

69 Comments:

  1. @Sasha Sorak…Love Actually had 560,000 total viewers watching from 8.37pm-11.31pm, with Seven getting 587,000 and Nine 779,000. Love Actually also won in the 18-49 and 16-39 demographics. So, even though this movie is repeated often, it is obviously still a viewer favourite and was a good alternative to sport on Seven and Nine, especially for the female demographic.

  2. “Soooo how did Love Actually rate? hahahahaha’

    It won’t really matter to TEN. They will have already scheduled it to run it another 8 weeks, right after “About a Boy” “Billy Elliot” and “Jaws”.

  3. Very interesting Friday Night ratings. Not only did the tennis get beaten by the cricket, helping Nine News to win the night and Seven News to slump to 5th, but TEN got beaten by the ABC – again!!!

  4. @ tmorgan – I know exactly what you mean 7s graphics are horrid and the clothes some of the presenters wear are plain ugly.

    @ dakota – wouldn’t worry about Neighbours most of it’s audience are still in party mode it’ll pick up come feb. Doesn’t matter anyway 10 would be raking in the $$ thanks to the demos it attracts and it does well in the UK.

    On to the friday ratings – looks like the cricket really gave the tennis a hiding. Personally I prefer the tennis but seems I’m in the minority.

  5. Seven wouldnt skip the news for the tennis. That would give nine the entire audience of both networks and seven news would be history.
    As for ABC’s new news channel, I doubt any damage would be done to 7 or 9. People will still want to watch their local news and ABC will be all national. And I bet one of the commericals, probs nine will bring out their own news channel soon. Nine has been acting like CNN with all its Live and Streambox bumpers. Still would prefer Nine over 7 though. Seven has atrocious graphics and the worst clothing here in brisbane. Talitha Cummings deserves to be shot with the clothes she wears.

  6. Hey Boogie (Love the name btw :o) – altho I loved Doogie too hehe)

    Yeah from what i’ve gathered the ratings aren’t Hugely important here thanks to the UK, and in context of what ratings are normally like these days both here and in the UK, it rates well over there, enough for it to stay on. But it just makes me nervous when its so low. I’m sure it’ll be great this year, its an Anniversary year so it’ll garner enough attention and go back to normal with any luck.

  7. Does Ten have a stake in overseas sales of Neighbours? Because if it does own a decent chunk then they probably wouldn’t care what it rated domestically. Ramsay St is probably writing its own ticket.

  8. Hey Guys,

    Digital Spy UK has a small article about Neighbours achieving what they believe to be one of the lowest audiences here in Australia its ever had – citing approx 400k.

    I’m hoping that’s just because they started so early, either that or Malcolm In The Middle is a poor lead-in compared to The Simpsons!? I’m not going to start worrying until after Ratings start again though… I just hope things get better…

  9. David, I’d like your opinion on this.

    Channel 7 has promoted the hell out of Cougar Town, before and during tennis, much like they promoted Prison Break a couple of years back. Prison Break got 1.9m viewers for the pilot here, but due to the fact it is heavily serialized, it fell away fairly quickly. What are your predictions for Cougar Town pilot. It got 11.5m in the US, but has since steadied out at around 7.6-7.9m

    Also, the other heavily promoted shows

    V and Underbelly for 9.

    Good Wife and House for 10.

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