Seven has won the fourth week of 2012 ratings with 7 percentage points clear of Nine and 15 ahead of TEN.
Seven Network was 33.7% over Nine 26.7%, TEN 18.7%, ABC 15.6% and SBS 5.3%.
The convincing win was thanks to shows such as Revenge (at 1.96m it was the week’s top show), My Kitchen Rules (up to 1.84m), Packed to the Rafters (1.55m), Seven News (1.3m), Border Security (1.19m), The Force (1.19m) and Sunday Night (1.17m).
Seven’s primary channel was 25.8% then Nine 20.7%, TEN 13.4%, ABC1 11.7% and SBS ONE 4.4%.
7TWO led multichannels on 4.6% followed by GO! 3.4%, 7mate 3.3%, ELEVEN 3.1%, Gem 2.7%, ABC2 2.4%, ONE 2.2%, SBS TWO 0.9%, ABC News 24 0.8%, ABC3 0.6%.
Nine News (1.37m) topped Nine’s week then One Day Cricket (1.33m / 1.08m / 1.02m), The Big Bang Theory (1.31m / 1.09m) and A Current Affair (951,000).
For TEN the best was New Girl and Modern Family (both 1.07m), Homeland (914,000), NCIS (891,000) and The Biggest Loser (up to 865,000).
Midsomer Murders was 1.00m for ABC1 then New Tricks (984,000), ABC News (938,000), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (934,000) and Australian Story (818,000).
Coast led SBS ONE with 348,000 while The Spice Trail was 315,000, Apocalypse: The Second World War was 304,000, and Arctic with Bruce Parry and 24 Hours in Emergency were both 269,000.
Seven won key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 all 5 metro cities.
It ranked first on every night of the week, except Sunday which fell to Nine, while ABC beat TEN on three nights: Monday, Friday and Saturday.