Seven sweeps the ratings week

By David Knox on February 25, 2013 / Filed Under News 0

2013-02-24_2252Seven swept the ratings last week winning everything in sight, just as it dominated in 2011.

Seven topped network, primary and multichannels, winning 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 demos plus every night and every city.

Network:
Seven: 33.1
Nine: 26.9
ABC: 18.1
TEN: 16.8
SBS: 5.1

Primary Channels:
Seven: 25.3
Nine: 20.2
ABC1: 13.6
TEN: 11.3
SBS ONE: 4.2

Multichannels:
7TWO: 4.2
7mate: 3.6
GO!: 3.6
ELEVEN: 3.2
GEM: 3.1
ABC2: 2.7
ONE: 2.3
ABC News 24: 1.0
SBS2: 0.9
ABC3: 0.8
NITV: 0.1

ABC defeated TEN from Monday – Friday.

My Kitchen Rules dominated the week, at up to 2.12m viewers. It was followed by Packed to the Rafters (1.34m), Revenge (1.29m), Seven News (Sun: 1.23m, weeknights: 1.13m), Downton Abbey (1.21m), The Force (1.19m), Sunday Night (1.19m), Last Resort (1.12m) and Border Security (1.10m).

60 Minutes (1.2m) was Nine’s only showing in the Top 10 for the week. Next was Nine News (Sun: 1.17m, weeknights: 1.17m), The Block: All Stars (highest: 1.13m), The Big Bang Theory (highest: 1.13m) and A Current Affair (957,000).

The Doctor Blake Mysteries (950,000) led ABC1 followed by ABC News (weeknights: 924,000, Sun: 852,000), Australian Story (810,000), Four Corners (752,000) and Kevin McCloud’s Man Made House (726,000).

TEN had a tough week but Elementary was best on 901,000 viewers. Next was MasterChef: The Professionals (highest: 858,000), Mr & Mrs Murder (790,000), Modern Family (752,000) and David Attenborough’s Africa (666,000).

On SBS ONE The Christchurch Earthquake was  (274,000), then Jerusalem on a Plate (257,000), Insight (231,000), Dig World War II and History Cold Case (both 230,000).

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