Ratings: The home stretch begins

By David Knox on October 17, 2010 / Filed Under News 15

Today TV networks embark on the home stretch of the ratings year.

There are just 6 weeks left in the 2010 survey year, with Saturday November 28 as the final day of competition.

The Commonwealth Games are over and commercial networks are rolling out their last hopes with a string of new episodes this week and next including: Modern Family, NCIS, The Good Wife, Undercover Boss Australia, Medium, Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, The Mentalist, CSI, CSI: Miami, Human Target, Nikita, Sherlock, Iron Chef Australia, Bones, Highway Patrol, Criminal Minds, Beauty & the Geek Australia, Damage Control, 30 Rock and more…

There is some contention over what’s more important: Winning in primary channel or network as well as whether it is share or demos within that.

Then there will be the spin between time zones: Daily ratings are based on 6pm – midnight, but there is more push to concentrate on 6pm – 10:30pm.

There are also the weeks to subtract for Winter Olympic and Commonwealth Games. The standard is 2 weeks, even though the Olympics actually crossed across 4 weeks of Aussie ratings due to Opening / Closing Ceremonies.

And finally let’s not forget not all networks have the same amount of channels.

Steel yourself for a media barrage of facts and figures come the end of November.

But in Week 42 Seven won fair and square, despite the inclusion of TEN’s Commonwealth Games. Or perhaps because of the inclusion of TEN’s Commonwealth Games….

Network:
Seven: 30.7
Nine: 27.4
TEN: 18.4
ABC: 17.5
SBS: 6.0

Primary channel:
Seven: 24.3
Nine: 20.4
ABC1: 14.8
TEN: 14.5
SBS1: 4.9

GO!: 5.0
ONE: 3.9
7TWO: 3.3
7mate: 3.1
GEM: 2.0
ABC2: 1.5
SBS TWO: 1.0
ABC News 24: 0.7
ABC3: 0.6

Seven won key demos 16 – 39, 18 – 49 and 25 – 54.

Seven won all nights except Thursday which fell to Nine. It was a clean sweep of all 5 cities for Seven. The ABC beat TEN on Friday and Saturday.

Top show for the week was Packed to the Rafters on 1.76m. Were it not for ABC’s New Tricks, Seven would have cleaned up the entire Top 10 shows for the week.

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Packed To The Rafters Seven 1,765,000 507,000 551,000 300,000 186,000 221,000
2 Seven News – Sun Seven 1,621,000 422,000 403,000 398,000 151,000 246,000
3 Seven News Seven 1,375,000 310,000 419,000 293,000 155,000 197,000
4 The Force – Behind The Line-Wed Seven 1,353,000 374,000 427,000 265,000 137,000 150,000
5 Border Security – Australia’s Front Line-Wed Seven 1,334,000 404,000 406,000 247,000 131,000 147,000
6 Today Tonight Seven 1,316,000 319,000 373,000 283,000 157,000 184,000
7 Sunday Night Seven 1,290,000 349,000 346,000 280,000 155,000 160,000
8 RSPCA Animal Rescue Seven 1,244,000 320,000 408,000 220,000 111,000 186,000
9 New Tricks ABC1 1,239,000 377,000 380,000 188,000 137,000 157,000
10 The X Factor-Sun Seven 1,231,000 398,000 346,000 218,000 137,000 132,000
11 Better Homes And Gardens Seven 1,198,000 323,000 357,000 226,000 147,000 145,000
12 The X Factor-Mon Seven 1,190,000 412,000 323,000 178,000 118,000 159,000
13 Seven News – Sat Seven 1,188,000 334,000 325,000 236,000 127,000 166,000
14 The Block Nine 1,135,000 348,000 343,000 199,000 133,000 112,000
15 Top Gear Nine 1,123,000 297,000 358,000 239,000 119,000 110,000
16 Nine News Nine 1,113,000 314,000 346,000 244,000 113,000 97,000
17 Nine News Saturday Nine 1,066,000 283,000 390,000 177,000 153,000 63,000
18 Seven’s V8 Supercars Round 10: Bathurst D3 The Podium Seven 1,065,000 378,000 248,000 262,000 112,000 65,000
19 ABC News-Sat ABC1 1,053,000 306,000 313,000 199,000 120,000 115,000
20 60 Minutes Nine 1,051,000 306,000 312,000 225,000 101,000 106,000
21 Seven’s V8 Supercars Round 10: Bathurst D3 The Race Seven 1,046,000 338,000 227,000 278,000 120,000 83,000
22 Poirot: The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd ABC1 1,032,000 318,000 348,000 128,000 120,000 118,000
23 Nine News Sunday Nine 1,030,000 297,000 309,000 219,000 113,000 91,000
24 ABC News ABC1 1,014,000 284,000 315,000 173,000 121,000 120,000
25 A Current Affair Nine 998,000 278,000 340,000 193,000 96,000 91,000
26 Bill ABC1 993,000 295,000 297,000 172,000 117,000 112,000
27 Australian Story ABC1 991,000 285,000 315,000 208,000 95,000 88,000
28 Two And A Half Men -Ep1 Nine 984,000 275,000 357,000 171,000 89,000 93,000
29 Hey Hey It’s Saturday Nine 979,000 262,000 399,000 141,000 97,000 80,000
30 Home And Away Seven 972,000 275,000 256,000 193,000 112,000 136,000
31 ABC News-Sun ABC1 952,000 251,000 284,000 196,000 111,000 110,000
32 Last Chance To See ABC1 931,000 255,000 302,000 158,000 108,000 107,000
33 The Event Seven 929,000 324,000 239,000 129,000 97,000 141,000
34 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos Nine 927,000 241,000 342,000 181,000 90,000 72,000
35 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 925,000 246,000 323,000 177,000 88,000 91,000
36 Luther ABC1 917,000 226,000 323,000 137,000 102,000 128,000
37 RPA Nine 891,000 245,000 314,000 133,000 112,000 87,000
38 Criminal Minds-Thu (R) Seven 866,000 260,000 277,000 148,000 92,000 90,000
39 Two And A Half Men -Ep2 Nine 849,000 251,000 295,000 137,000 86,000 80,000
40 Seven’s V8 Supercars Round 10: Bathurst D3 The Wrap-Up Seven 848,000 308,000 208,000 202,000 80,000 49,000
41 City Homicide Seven 847,000 205,000 299,000 164,000 99,000 79,000
42 Keeping Up With The Joneses Ten 841,000 205,000 200,000 193,000 125,000 119,000
43 Seven’s V8 Supercars Round 10: Bathurst D3 The Final Countdown Seven 808,000 269,000 161,000 232,000 98,000 48,000
44 Getaway Nine 802,000 186,000 289,000 152,000 80,000 95,000
45 Parenthood Seven 801,000 254,000 290,000 95,000 80,000 83,000
46 RBT Nine 791,000 198,000 301,000 153,000 90,000 49,000
47 Ten News At Five Ten 780,000 208,000 237,000 158,000 81,000 96,000
48 The Amazing Race-17 Seven 773,000 236,000 241,000 122,000 77,000 98,000
49 Four Corners ABC1 772,000 201,000 273,000 162,000 67,000 68,000
50 7.30 Report ABC1 753,000 211,000 230,000 160,000 80,000 73,000
51 Hot Pursuit Nine 751,000 227,000 212,000 161,000 76,000 74,000
52 Media Watch ABC1 746,000 196,000 269,000 144,000 72,000 65,000
53 Ten News At Five Sun Ten 740,000 140,000 171,000 227,000 83,000 120,000
54 The Librarians ABC1 726,000 210,000 238,000 129,000 88,000 62,000
55 Send In The Dogs Nine 714,000 217,000 209,000 138,000 80,000 71,000
56 The IT Crowd ABC1 712,000 183,000 262,000 120,000 70,000 78,000
57 M-The Lost World: Jurassic Park Seven 704,000 218,000 230,000 110,000 86,000 60,000
58 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 7 Primetime Late Ten 703,000 235,000 185,000 121,000 74,000 89,000
59 Gardening Australia ABC1 698,000 168,000 226,000 138,000 95,000 72,000
60 Seven Ages Of Britain ABC1 695,000 196,000 245,000 95,000 93,000 65,000
61 Bones (R) Seven 691,000 182,000 220,000 123,000 85,000 82,000
62 Cops L.A.C. Nine 681,000 185,000 226,000 137,000 72,000 62,000
63 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 7 Primetime Early Ten 673,000 185,000 196,000 135,000 70,000 88,000
64 Qi ABC1 670,000 194,000 210,000 102,000 101,000 64,000
65 Collectors ABC1 668,000 178,000 219,000 121,000 75,000 75,000
66 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 8 Primetime Late Ten 657,000 162,000 208,000 129,000 69,000 87,000
67 ABC News Up-Date ABC1 647,000 201,000 207,000 96,000 73,000 70,000
68 Five Daughters ABC1 644,000 147,000 253,000 81,000 75,000 88,000
69 Jumper Nine 637,000 169,000 213,000 122,000 73,000 60,000
70 M-Jurassic Park III Seven 627,000 198,000 182,000 109,000 77,000 61,000
71 The All New Simpsons Fri Ep 2 Ten 621,000 189,000 259,000 55,000 64,000 53,000
72 Seven’s V8 Supercars Round 10: Bathurst D3 Pre Race Entertainmen Seven 618,000 207,000 135,000 165,000 79,000 32,000
73 Australia Smashes Guinness World Records Seven 600,000 142,000 215,000 102,000 81,000 60,000
74 Stateline ABC1 599,000 187,000 158,000 104,000 74,000 76,000
75 Night At The Museum Rpt Ten 596,000 153,000 190,000 107,000 71,000 75,000
76 Sneak Peek Sherlock Nine 592,000 336,000 *** 256,000 *** ***
77 Covert Affairs Seven 588,000 190,000 173,000 87,000 61,000 76,000
78 Hot Seat Nine 573,000 146,000 172,000 153,000 55,000 48,000
79 M-Armageddon Seven 573,000 191,000 172,000 83,000 75,000 52,000
80 Glee Fri Ep 2 Rpt Ten 563,000 163,000 200,000 83,000 53,000 64,000
81 Ten News At Five Sat Ten 561,000 157,000 173,000 114,000 38,000 78,000
82 Foreign Correspondent ABC1 548,000 160,000 154,000 100,000 82,000 51,000
83 Q & A ABC1 544,000 161,000 174,000 103,000 64,000 42,000
84 NCIS Fri Rpt Ten 536,000 128,000 174,000 94,000 65,000 75,000
85 The All New Simpsons Fri Ten 528,000 156,000 205,000 67,000 53,000 47,000
86 Amazing Medical Stories Nine 521,000 121,000 194,000 69,000 80,000 56,000
87 Crime Investigation Australia Nine 519,000 164,000 157,000 85,000 61,000 51,000
88 Deal Or No Deal Seven 516,000 117,000 171,000 102,000 66,000 61,000
89 City Homicide (R) Seven 515,000 127,000 205,000 83,000 65,000 35,000
90 United States Of Tara ABC1 515,000 159,000 190,000 75,000 50,000 40,000
91 How I Met Your Mother (R) Seven 515,000 139,000 188,000 76,000 67,000 46,000
92 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 10 Primetime Late Ten 513,000 150,000 154,000 97,000 63,000 49,000
93 Glee Fri Rpt Ten 510,000 139,000 192,000 77,000 52,000 50,000
94 I Am Legend Nine 508,000 125,000 196,000 93,000 43,000 52,000
95 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 10 Primetime Early Ten 498,000 139,000 157,000 83,000 53,000 66,000
96 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 11 Primetime Early Ten 484,000 165,000 155,000 113,000 52,000 ***
97 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 8 Primetime Early Ten 475,000 125,000 145,000 91,000 41,000 74,000
98 How I Met Your Mother-Ep.2 (R) Seven 463,000 137,000 171,000 73,000 57,000 25,000
99 XIX Commonwealth Games: Day 9 Primetime Late Ten 459,000 107,000 126,000 95,000 63,000 69,000
100 Penguin Island ABC1 459,000 109,000 155,000 104,000 40,000 50,000

Pay TV
Channel 5 City Metro
1 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 2 S2 Fox Sports 2 103,000
2 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 2 S3 Fox Sports 2 87,000
3 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 3 S3 Fox Sports 2 84,000
4 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 2 S1 Fox Sports 2 79,000
5 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 4 S3 Fox Sports 2 76,000
6 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 5 S3 Fox Sports 2 74,000
7 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 3 S2 Fox Sports 2 56,000
8 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 5 S2 Fox Sports 2 56,000
9 Blessed Mary: Saint For All Australians History Channel 55,000
10 Ben 10: Race Against Time Cartoon Network 55,000
11 Ben 10: Secret Of The Omnitrix Cartoon Network 54,000
12 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 4 S2 Fox Sports 2 54,000
13 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 3 S1 Fox Sports 2 52,000
14 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 4 S1 Fox Sports 2 46,000
15 Open All Hours Comedy Channel 45,000
16 Ben 10: Alien Swarm Cartoon Network 43,000
17 Live: Football: A-League Bris V Newc Fox Sports 1 43,000
18 Live: Football: A-League Melb V V Sydney Fox Sports 1 42,000
19 Chato’s Land Fox Classics 41,000
20 Porridge Comedy Channel 41,000
21 Raceday Saturday Sky Racing 41,000
22 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus 2nd Test Day 5 S1 Fox Sports 2 39,000
23 Chile Mine Rescue Sky News 39,000
24 Million Dollar Baby: Clint Eastwood Starpics 2 38,000
25 Live: Cricket: National One Day Cup Fox Sports 2 37,000
26 Family Guy Fox8 35,000
27 Live: Football: A-League Nth Qld V Perth Fox Sports 1 34,000
28 G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra Showtime Premiere 32,000
29 Live: Rugby League: Test Match Fox Sports 3 32,000
30 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien Cartoon Network 31,000
31 High Plains Drifter Fox Classics 31,000
32 Glee Fox8 31,000
33 Victorious Nickelodeon 31,000
34 As The Bell Rings Disney Channel 30,000
35 True Blood S3 Ep9 Showcase 30,000
36 TNA Impact Fox8 29,000
37 The Hand That Rocks The Cradle Movie Greats 29,000
38 Live: Football: Matchday Saturday Fox Sports 1 29,000
39 Breakheart Pass Fox Classics 29,000
40 Harry And His Bucket Full Of Dinosaurs Nick Jr. 29,000
41 Absolutely Fabulous Comedy Channel 29,000
42 Football: Epl Preview Fox Sports 1 28,000
43 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus Post Match Fox Sports 2 28,000
44 Haven 13th Street 28,000
45 True Grit Fox Classics 28,000
46 Live: Football: Epl Arsenal V Birmingham Fox Sports 1 28,000
47 Futurama Fox8 28,000
48 The Simpsons Fox8 28,000
49 Law & Order: Svu TV1 27,000
50 NCIS TV1 27,000
51 The Upside Down Show Nick Jr. 26,000
52 The Exorcist Movie Extra 25,000
53 Destination Tokyo Fox Classics 25,000
54 Models Of The Runway Arena 25,000
55 Country House Revisited Lifestyle Channel 25,000
56 Grand Designs Lifestyle Channel 25,000
57 Looking For Alibrandi Showtime Drama 25,000
58 Wife Swap USA Lifestyle Channel 25,000
59 Law & Order: Criminal Intent TV1 25,000
60 Murdoch Mysteries 13th Street 25,000
61 Little Kingdom Nick Jr. 25,000
62 American Dad Fox8 24,000
63 Project Runway Arena 24,000
64 Grand Designs Revisited Lifestyle Channel 24,000
65 River Cottage Spring Lifestyle Channel 24,000
66 Unfabulous Nickelodeon 23,000
67 Hannah Montana Forever Disney Channel 23,000
68 The Golden Girls Fox Classics 23,000
69 Charlie & Boots Showtime Premiere 2 23,000
70 WWE Raw Fox8 23,000
71 Yo Gabba Gabba! Nick Jr. 23,000
72 ABC World News Sky News 23,000
73 Roary The Racing Car Nick Jr. 23,000
74 The 9/11 Faker Crime & Investigation 23,000
75 Eastenders UKTV 22,000
76 Pirates Of The Caribbean: Johnny Depp Starpics 2 22,000
77 Stargate: Universe Sci Fi 22,000
78 101 More Things Removed From The Body Crime & Investigation 22,000
79 Secret Lives Of Women Crime & Investigation 22,000
80 Blackadder Comedy Channel 22,000
81 Sex In Court Crime & Investigation 21,000
82 Curious George Nick Jr. 21,000
83 Jonas L.A. Disney Channel 21,000
84 Spooks UKTV 21,000
85 The Negotiator Showtime Action 21,000
86 Live: Cricket: Test Ind V Aus Pre Match Fox Sports 2 21,000
87 The Wonder Pets! Nick Jr. 21,000
88 Extreme Fishing With Robson Green Lifestyle Channel 21,000
89 Heartbeat UKTV 20,000
90 Live: Football: A-League Post Game Show Fox Sports 1 20,000
91 The Secret Millionaire Lifestyle Channel 20,000
92 Midsomer Murders UKTV 20,000
93 The Caroline Dickinson Murder Crime & Investigation 20,000
94 Come Dine With Me Australia Lifestyle Channel 20,000
95 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries UKTV 20,000
96 Pulp Fiction: Bruce Willis Starpics 1 20,000
97 Doris Day – It’s Magic Bio. 20,000
98 Mackenna’s Gold Fox Classics 20,000
99 Just Jordan Nickelodeon 20,000
100 Spy Kids 2: Island Of Lost Dreams FMC – Family Movie Channel 20,000

ASTRA Week 42

Week 42

15 Comments »

  1. Donald October 18, 2010 at 5:02 pm -

    GauanoLad, except for mid-season break, F1 is on fortnightly basically, and it definitely rates. Makes a huge bump in One’s ratings each fortnight. It’s not for nothing they wanted the rights, and you want this to not count? Currently close to half-a-million people fortnightly to not count? I’m quite sure 10 would be quite happy for it to be on weekly if F1 would just accomodate them, :-) so it’s not really their fault it’s not there every week.

    And just look at 9 network and you see that shows that were Scheduled to be there every week aren’t (as 9 draws this week’s schedule out of a hat…), so where do you draw the line?

    As far as I’m concerned, everything should count (including the games). What we’re determining is which channel got the most viewers – what does it matter if they watched every single week or not? We can see from the figures that even the same weekly shows don’t get the same viewers every week.

  2. Haydo October 18, 2010 at 1:30 pm -

    John W,
    If you look at Saturday’s ratings, the highest rating show only had 1.2m….now Hey Hey was 300k short of that…big deal. Nine would be happy that it came third for it’s timeslot.

    It’s a well known fact that more people watch TV on weekdays then they do on the weekend, and also less competition on Saturday.

    Hey Hey will continue…They’ll crack 1m next week for sure.

  3. M1tch October 18, 2010 at 1:20 pm -

    How can I find the top 100 PayTV ratings?

  4. nicholasg October 18, 2010 at 10:01 am -

    Wow. The Rafters seemed to have nailed another year again. Gotta say, while this year has been pretty mellow (ish) the series still manages to keep me watching. Sometimes it’s just nice to watch good writing at work along with an always pleasant cast. Every ep doesn’t have to be some big drama, which as a viewer can become predictable. I’ve been pretty happy with this season and look forward to the last few eps…of course no doubt…they have a few surprises in store to leave us hanging?

  5. GuanoLad October 17, 2010 at 11:56 pm -

    Well, I don’t know sports, but I meant singular events like the F1 or the MotoGP. They probably barely rate anyway, so it’s a bit of a non-issue, but I still think one-off anythings that won’t affect the schedule the next week are pretty much irrelevant.

  6. Donald October 17, 2010 at 7:58 pm -

    GuanoLad, what would you define as “one-off sports”? The games are on every 4 years, so that’s regular. Struggling to think of anything that matches your description, other than specific boxing/wrestling matches, “A vs. B”. Not sure what you’re getting at.

  7. GuanoLad October 17, 2010 at 5:34 pm -

    I wish they didn’t include News, Current Affairs, or one-off Sports Events in these things. They should have their own separate sections.

    Anyway, I am clearly not in tune with the Australian TV watching public, because I didn’t watch any of the top 40 shows in that list. The first one that I also watched was Keeping Up With The Joneses, and that was an accident as it came on unexpectedly after the last day of the Games.

  8. tv October 17, 2010 at 4:01 pm -

    Ten lost 38.4 points for the week after the first week of the comgames high. It will probably get some of that back this week. Two will lose some on saturday with the bill gone (next week is just an interview with the cast).

    Hey Hey did good, got sixth spot on saturday, I would say that if its position goes below tenth or more, it will probably not return next year.

  9. Patrick October 17, 2010 at 1:43 pm -

    I’m glad The Bill got good ratings. It was a very fitting final episode with everyone holding their heads high while walking away…

    As for Hey Hey – time will tell how it will go in its ‘traditional timeslot’.

    However if it goes down further Channel Nine have themselves to blame for putting it on Wednesdays and up against Masterchef earlier in the year.

    I think that damaged Hey Hey’s reputation more than anything this time around – but wait and see how it goes further down the track.

  10. Craig October 17, 2010 at 1:13 pm -

    Give Nine got almost got 1 million viewers to watch Hey Hey on a Saturday night I’d say they would be happy.

    TEN might not be so happy about the Com Games ratings though.

  11. Donald October 17, 2010 at 1:04 pm -

    I think primetime should be left as 6-midnight – the first week of the games showed that people are willing to stay up late (see “primetime late” figures for last week) if there’s something worthwhile on. The openning ceremony had over 400,000, starting at midnight EDST.

    David, the only demo’s I ever see mentioned are age-based – do they do genders as well? e.g. One and 7mate would be more concerned with this than age (being aimed at males, rather than specific ages). “wins” for channels like that could be based on demo’s, but overall win has to be based on overall figures. I think 7 is leading, but 9 could bring it home with new series on TBBT, given how well the repeats rate on Go. I also think share should be based on 24-hours, not just primetime. We already know Ten-One does well during the day, but this doesn’t count in “daily share”.

    Disagree with excluding games, based on last 2 weeks. Didn’t bring the extra viewers, so basically Ten gets nothing at all for 2 weeks (since almost all regular programming was off for 2 weeks). Won’t affect them coming third, but would have an effect if it had happened to 7 or 9. Or do the figures for 7 and 9 for those 2 weeks not count as well?

  12. Ben October 17, 2010 at 12:53 pm -

    Good to see ABC News 24 on the rise!

  13. salf October 17, 2010 at 12:39 pm -

    John W, i think that is the highest anyone could have expected for HeyHey 9 were probably willing to settle for a lot less. but considering 7 still won that night even though they had such a cheap lineup while 9 had one of their most expensive shows on would be a disappointment.

    this week 7 seemed to go business as usual with most slots continuing new content whereas 9 seemed to go on a holiday and had repeats in most slots, ten was completely out of the game and it looked like it all payed off for 7 they are some great figures.

    ten on 18.4% must be some kind of record low. i think they have screwed up the rest of their year and they are going to waste episodes of a lot of their big and expensive shows in the process.

  14. John W October 17, 2010 at 11:59 am -

    Will Nine be happy with 29th spot for Hey Hey’s return to Saturday? Wait and see I guess but I’m afraid our household isn’t interested in watching. It’s past its used-by date.

  15. Jerome October 17, 2010 at 11:19 am -

    there is going to be a lot to watch in the next 6 weeks, i can’t wait for beauty and the geek. that show is awesome and so underrated, i know it did well last year but it could be a smash hit. last season was a laugh per second.

    ten seem to be going all guns blazing but it will be interesting to see if they can get away wih abandonning their audience for a fortnight and viewers are unphased or not. i think they will get off to a slow start with sundays ratings for modern family, JMC and offspring down significanty.

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