Summer all Seven’s way

By David Knox on December 12, 2010 / Filed Under News 14

Summer is proving to go all Seven’s way. It won the second week of summer ratings, leading in network figures, primary channel, digital channel, key demos, top show, all nights and all cities.

Seven won 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

ABC beat TEN on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Network:
Seven: 31.6
Nine: 27.0
TEN: 17.5
ABC: 16.6
SBS: 7.2

Channels:
Seven: 22.8
Nine: 19.4
TEN: 16.6
ABC1: 13.3
SBS1: 6.2

7TWO: 5.2
GO!: 5.0
7mate: 3.5
GEM: 2.7
ABC2: 2.0
SBS2: 1.0
One: 0.9
ABC3: 0.7
ABC News 24: 0.7

Rnk Description Stn Network Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 Seven News – Sun Seven 1,395,000 275,000 411,000 342,000 162,000 205,000
2 Seven News Seven 1,264,000 299,000 375,000 256,000 138,000 197,000
3 Nine News Sunday Nine 1,202,000 332,000 385,000 234,000 141,000 110,000
4 Seven News – Sat Seven 1,183,000 261,000 295,000 337,000 117,000 174,000
5 The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Sound Of Music Reunion Ten 1,145,000 280,000 378,000 228,000 129,000 129,000
6 Today Tonight Seven 1,121,000 268,000 317,000 236,000 127,000 173,000
7 Nine News Nine 1,102,000 274,000 374,000 229,000 123,000 103,000
8 Border Patrol Seven 1,032,000 211,000 352,000 224,000 127,000 118,000
9 Better Homes And Gardens Summer Seven 980,000 230,000 326,000 184,000 106,000 136,000
10 The Big Bang Theory Nine 979,000 235,000 351,000 233,000 82,000 78,000
11 Two And A Half Men -Mon Nine 974,000 270,000 376,000 157,000 70,000 101,000
12 ABC News ABC1 968,000 248,000 317,000 151,000 105,000 148,000
13 Home For Christmas With The Australian Women’s Weekly Nine 964,000 264,000 325,000 182,000 90,000 102,000
14 A Current Affair Nine 959,000 255,000 347,000 182,000 90,000 85,000
15 Under The Hammer-Summer Seven 924,000 239,000 342,000 150,000 96,000 97,000
16 Criminal Minds-Mon (R) Seven 922,000 270,000 279,000 154,000 100,000 118,000
17 Coastwatch Seven 920,000 229,000 317,000 157,000 104,000 114,000
18 The Vicar Of Dibley – Special Seven 914,000 222,000 302,000 265,000 126,000
19 Criminal Minds-Wed (R) Seven 910,000 278,000 272,000 169,000 88,000 103,000
20 Nine News Saturday Nine 891,000 230,000 293,000 205,000 96,000 67,000
21 Glee Mon Rpt Ten 882,000 236,000 276,000 171,000 74,000 126,000
22 7.30 Report Special: Kerry O’brien’s Farewell ABC1 870,000 245,000 273,000 128,000 103,000 122,000
23 Family Confidential ABC1 860,000 231,000 242,000 183,000 80,000 124,000
24 ABC News-Sa ABC1 851,000 211,000 272,000 145,000 96,000 127,000
25 Icu Seven 835,000 174,000 308,000 170,000 90,000 92,000
26 Recruits Ten 830,000 249,000 273,000 130,000 81,000 96,000
27 Modern Family Wed Rpt Ten 826,000 231,000 321,000 117,000 56,000 101,000
28 NCIS: Los Angeles Rpt Ten 825,000 237,000 278,000 134,000 94,000 81,000
29 Rush Ten 821,000 185,000 316,000 137,000 101,000 82,000
30 M-Meet The Fockers Seven 821,000 238,000 297,000 105,000 91,000 90,000
31 Bones (R) Seven 820,000 206,000 241,000 145,000 94,000 134,000
32 Bondi Vet Rpt Ten 817,000 218,000 279,000 146,000 74,000 99,000
33 Undercover Boss Ten 814,000 194,000 295,000 140,000 78,000 108,000
34 Raising Hope Ten 805,000 246,000 274,000 131,000 54,000 100,000
35 ABC News-Su ABC1 801,000 235,000 208,000 148,000 90,000 119,000
36 7.30 Report ABC1 794,000 223,000 243,000 151,000 80,000 98,000
37 The 7pm Project Ten 787,000 205,000 280,000 156,000 67,000 80,000
38 60 Minutes Nine 767,000 186,000 243,000 168,000 79,000 91,000
39 Two And A Half Men -Rpt Nine 756,000 190,000 296,000 143,000 62,000 64,000
40 Ten News At Five Ten 735,000 183,000 240,000 119,000 89,000 105,000
41 Qi ABC1 731,000 217,000 205,000 138,000 74,000 98,000
42 The Mentalist Nine 730,000 216,000 244,000 149,000 66,000 55,000
43 Two And A Half Men -Wed Nine 725,000 218,000 273,000 122,000 49,000 63,000
44 M-The Santa Clause 2 Seven 714,000 222,000 235,000 109,000 65,000 82,000
45 Medical Emergency Seven 708,000 152,000 261,000 133,000 79,000 83,000
46 Rake ABC1 707,000 233,000 224,000 122,000 60,000 67,000
47 Animal Squad Seven 705,000 174,000 233,000 151,000 70,000 78,000
48 The Amazing Race-17 Seven 688,000 205,000 177,000 140,000 60,000 105,000
49 The Middle Nine 685,000 168,000 286,000 107,000 53,000 70,000
50 Top Gear Nine 683,000 170,000 240,000 138,000 62,000 73,000
51 Stephen Fry In America Rpt ABC1 680,000 179,000 230,000 115,000 65,000 92,000
52 Castle (R) Seven 676,000 177,000 214,000 112,000 78,000 95,000
53 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos – Summer Edition Nine 674,000 196,000 204,000 156,000 72,000 47,000
54 Bed Of Roses ABC1 673,000 158,000 226,000 105,000 94,000 90,000
55 Lie To Me Tues Rpt Ten 656,000 169,000 260,000 88,000 78,000 61,000
56 Learn India With Hamish & Andy Rpt Ten 654,000 193,000 207,000 89,000 67,000 100,000
57 Most Shocking: Top 20 Seven 653,000 183,000 208,000 110,000 64,000 88,000
58 Sleek Geeks ABC1 647,000 201,000 184,000 133,000 54,000 75,000
59 I Shouldn’t Be Alive Seven 645,000 169,000 188,000 128,000 67,000 93,000
60 Spooks ABC1 639,000 151,000 209,000 115,000 60,000 104,000
61 Birds Of Paradise ABC1 636,000 175,000 209,000 103,000 65,000 84,000
62 No Leave No Life Seven 618,000 137,000 154,000 162,000 63,000 102,000
63 Outlaw Seven 606,000 195,000 198,000 85,000 63,000 65,000
64 No Reservations Nine 605,000 155,000 199,000 138,000 55,000 58,000
65 The Enforcers Nine 598,000 247,000 174,000 80,000 96,000
66 Better With You Nine 596,000 163,000 244,000 100,000 41,000 48,000
67 Good News Week Pre-Loved Rpt Ten 593,000 137,000 239,000 84,000 64,000 68,000
68 The Day John Lennon Died Seven 589,000 166,000 229,000 68,000 62,000 64,000
69 Ten News At Five Sun Ten 588,000 123,000 161,000 127,000 84,000 93,000
70 The Silence (Uk) ABC1 585,000 147,000 181,000 102,000 60,000 95,000
71 Minute To Win It-Usa Seven 585,000 162,000 177,000 106,000 53,000 87,000
72 Law And Order: Svu Rpt Ten 580,000 153,000 199,000 92,000 70,000 66,000
73 How I Met Your Mother-Summer Seven 577,000 129,000 186,000 115,000 60,000 88,000
74 Back To The Future Rpt Ten 570,000 128,000 228,000 99,000 48,000 67,000
75 Chopper Rescue Rpt ABC1 566,000 159,000 175,000 92,000 71,000 71,000
76 Who Do You Think You Are? SBS ONE 561,000 179,000 146,000 102,000 41,000 94,000
77 Rules Of Engagement Sun Ten 561,000 123,000 172,000 86,000 72,000 107,000
78 Ten News At Five Sat Ten 559,000 136,000 129,000 129,000 68,000 98,000
79 Cold Case Nine 557,000 126,000 210,000 101,000 55,000 66,000
80 Two And A Half Men -Ep1 Nine 557,000 192,000 187,000 92,000 37,000 48,000
81 Survivor: Nicaragua Nine 552,000 162,000 202,000 83,000 52,000 52,000
82 Two And A Half Men -Ep2 Nine 550,000 171,000 188,000 111,000 33,000 46,000
83 The Ashes: Second Test – Australia V England Nine 543,000 154,000 154,000 111,000 61,000 63,000
84 Hot Seat Nine 533,000 129,000 172,000 143,000 42,000 47,000
85 The Simpsons Fri Ep 2 Ten 530,000 129,000 185,000 103,000 52,000 61,000
86 CSI: Ny Nine 529,000 125,000 170,000 96,000 70,000 69,000
87 Sports Tonight Sun Ten 522,000 133,000 128,000 92,000 84,000 84,000
88 Chase Nine 520,000 157,000 187,000 76,000 51,000 49,000
89 Rules Of Engagement Sun Rpt Ten 513,000 102,000 178,000 89,000 67,000 78,000
90 The Old Guys ABC1 512,000 149,000 140,000 100,000 53,000 69,000
91 M-Anne Of Green Gables – The Sequel Seven 507,000 119,000 161,000 131,000 46,000 50,000
92 The Break-Up Rpt Ten 494,000 100,000 177,000 84,000 64,000 68,000
93 Ncis: Los Angeles Wed Rpt Ten 492,000 111,000 193,000 99,000 44,000 45,000
94 Polar Express Nine 489,000 154,000 179,000 76,000 32,000 48,000
95 Neighbours Ten 488,000 112,000 220,000 66,000 40,000 49,000
96 Deal Or No Deal-Summer Seven 486,000 121,000 151,000 95,000 58,000 62,000
97 The Simpsons Ten 479,000 133,000 176,000 68,000 44,000 58,000
98 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nine 473,000 147,000 147,000 83,000 62,000 33,000
99 The Celebrity Singing Bee Nine 465,000 138,000 143,000 87,000 46,000 51,000
100 The Trophy Room ABC1 459,000 118,000 149,000 83,000 57,000 52,000

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14 Comments »

  1. stevieg December 13, 2010 at 7:44 pm -

    Bizarre that seven wins with their bland schedule. I don’t currently watch anything on seven, apart from Sons & Daughters on 7two.

  2. Tasmanian de√il December 13, 2010 at 4:27 pm -

    @ alex – No, 7 would be the CBS of Australia.

  3. Armchair Analyst December 13, 2010 at 4:19 pm -

    Like i said these figures are so pointless because we have 2 platforms digital and non digital.

  4. Robbie December 13, 2010 at 4:00 pm -

    @Alex No I dont think C9 OR C10 are any better but I was just referring to the story about C7 winning again in the ratings.
    C7 are the NBC of Australia just look at how Sunrise has copied eveything NBC Today Show has ever done.
    Australian TV is very American like everything else these days.
    I love ABC 1 ABC 2 ABC 24 to me they are the best channels.

  5. Mason Hell-Cat December 13, 2010 at 3:21 pm -

    @Craig(Buzz) – might not be important to you but I’m quite keen to read these updates. If David wants to continue supplying them, I’ll continue reading them.

  6. alex December 13, 2010 at 9:59 am -

    @robbie so you think channel 9 and 10 are better? you have to be joking Network 7 would be like the NBC of Australia they are the best channel and no.1 channel in Australia, channel 9 and 10 have the worsed shows out of US and Australia.

  7. whoops December 13, 2010 at 7:32 am -

    @Craig(Buzz) yeah mate its not important – must be why 9 have just unleashed a torrent of changes across all 3 of their channels.

  8. Craig(Buzz) December 13, 2010 at 2:19 am -

    As mentioned last week David,not important as it’s non rating season,take a break mate

  9. Kate December 13, 2010 at 1:04 am -

    10 might have done a little better if they’d continued with new Glee. There’s only 2 episodes.

    And bloody 9 have taken Without a Trace off again. I’m not even a bit surprised, but I’m annoyed. What the hell is the problem with finishing it off?

  10. Mr. chandler December 13, 2010 at 12:06 am -

    wedding of the decade on 7 apparently. more like flog everything that has been on 7 this year. beautiful bride. terrible presentation by 7

  11. Cameron December 13, 2010 at 12:03 am -

    Can’t understand how 7 keep winning and win every day and every city yet it is the only network i do not watch during prime time during summer and the only program I watch is Home & Away: The Early Years. Most shows are repeats and rubbish. There is some on the other networks too here and there but I don’t know why people bother.

    Ten doing well with 7pm coming in 2nd, every day i think just shows 2 1/2 men and mother repeats are not what we prefer at this time, its news. Neighbours doing badly but I can’t find anything else decent to watch at this time, much better than those dodgy current affairs shows which I hope get thrashed by 10′s local evening news. New eps of Raising Hope, Rush and Rules were watchable but repeats were worth the Flick.

    Nine should play the Middle and make it another 2 1/2 men in terms of ratings. Better With You good and hope Nine keeps it on. CSI NY and Singing Bee is also good to see and Im getting into Chase and Without A Trace but not much else on. Nine is getting into the Christmas spirit too.

    ABC has Graham Norton on ABC2 and new Bed of Roses and The Old Guys on ABC1 which are good and their Christmas lineup looks great SBS gets a look in with Shameless and Letters.

  12. Guy December 12, 2010 at 10:28 pm -

    You know its bad when only 8 shows above the 1m mark. Talk about low numbers though. Summer has well and truly set in.

  13. Robbie December 12, 2010 at 9:29 pm -

    How can Seven keep on winning?
    They have the most crap shows & are such a sleazy network.
    Look what they did to David Campbell (Ex NSW Transport Minister) I didin”t like him personally,but to out him like that was Disgusting.
    I refuse to watch C7 & there digi channels.

  14. Jerome December 12, 2010 at 8:44 pm -

    Wow 17.5% for ten. That’s the type of lows they’d expect during the olympics.

    Good week for 7. 23 nightly wins in a row I wonder if that is some kind of record

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