Another clean sweep to Seven

By David Knox on March 4, 2013 / Filed Under News 2

2013-03-03_2234The third week of ratings shaped up as another clean sweep for Seven.

For the second consecutive week it won network, primary channels, multichannels, demographics, every night and every city.

Network:
Seven: 34.4
Nine: 26.6
ABC: 18.0
TEN: 15.9
SBS: 5.1

Primary Channels:
Seven: 27.1
Nine: 20.0
ABC1: 13.5
TEN: 10.7
SBS ONE: 3.9

Multichannels:
7TWO: 3.9
GO!: 3.8
7mate: 3.4
ELEVEN: 2.9
ABC2: 2.8
GEM: 2.8
ONE: 2.3
SBS TWO: 1.1
ABC News 24: 0.9
ABC3: 0.7
NITV: 0.1

The ABC came close to its own renewed victory over TEN, defeating the network on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The two tied on Tuesday.

My Kitchen Rules hit a series high with 2.36m on Wednesday. Seven’s other brands were Packed to the Rafters (1.41m), Downton Abbey (1.33m), Revenge (1.32m), The Force (1.30m), Border Security (1.26m), Seven News (Sun: 1.21m, weeknights: 1.18m) and Sunday Night (1.19m).

The Block: All Stars reached 1.43m for Nine with other shows being Nine News (weeknights: 1.19m, Sat: 1.08m), The Big Bang Theory (1.16m), 60 Minutes (1.09m), A Current Affair (1.02m) and Bladerunner: My Lover My Killer (738,000).

Renewed drama The Doctor Blake Mysteries was best for ABC1 at 961,000 then ABC News (weeknights: 937,000, Sat: 887,000), Four Corners (862,000), New Tricks (786,000) and Australian Story (743,000).

MasterChef: The Professionals scored 908,000 on Sunday with TEN’s other titles being Elementary (848,000), Mr & Mrs Murder (716,000), Modern Family (693,000), TEN News (668,000) and David Attenborough’s Africa (665,000).

Food Safari was best for SBS ONE on 271,000 followed by History Cold Case (256,000), Yotam Ottolenghi’s Meditteranean Feasts (236,000), Ewan McGregor: Cold Chain Mission (232,000), The Dust Bowl (223,000) and Wonders of the Solar System (215,000).

2 Comments »

  1. Maev....Sydney March 4, 2013 at 3:07 pm -

    Must be getting hard to write about now…same old …same old…Seven just has a strangle hold.

  2. Rutzie March 4, 2013 at 5:46 am -

    Seven’s primary channel share was almost triple that of Channel Ten’s. Unbelievable.

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