Wednesday 19 June 2013

By David Knox on June 20, 2013 / Filed Under Ratings 13
Report:  Daily Free-to-Air Share
Channels: All Free-to-Air Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
Demographics: Total People (incl. guests)
Day-part: 18:00 – 24:00
Day:
Wednesday
Date: 19/06/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Channel\Variable

FTA SHR %

Network ABC1

13.1%

Network ABC2

2.9%

Network ABC3

0.7%

Network ABC News 24

1.2%

Network ABC TTL

18.0%

Network 7

21.7%

Network 7TWO

4.4%

Network 7mate

3.6%

Network 7 TTL

29.8%

Network 9

21.6%

Network GO!

3.4%

Network Gem

3.2%

Network 9 TTL

28.2%

Network TEN

13.2%

Network ONE

2.3%

Network ELEVEN

3.5%

Network TEN TTL

19.0%

Network SBS ONE

4.2%

Network SBS 2

0.7%

Network NITV

0.1%

Network SBS TTL

5.0%

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: All Free-to-Air
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Wednesday
Date: 19/06/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

NINE NEWS Network 9

1,349,000

388,000

481,000

269,000

111,000

99,000

2

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -WED Network 9

1,233,000

367,000

410,000

246,000

111,000

98,000

3

SEVEN NEWS Network 7

1,228,000

307,000

287,000

271,000

141,000

222,000

4

HOUSE RULES-WED Network 7

1,130,000

272,000

281,000

229,000

149,000

198,000

5

A CURRENT AFFAIR Network 9

1,071,000

337,000

352,000

230,000

84,000

67,000

6

TODAY TONIGHT Network 7

1,011,000

229,000

235,000

222,000

117,000

209,000

7

HOME AND AWAY Network 7

925,000

232,000

240,000

194,000

116,000

142,000

8

ARROW Network 9

852,000

221,000

243,000

194,000

88,000

107,000

9

ABC NEWS-EV Network ABC1

845,000

240,000

257,000

128,000

95,000

125,000

10

THE BIG BANG THEORY- RPT Network 9

829,000

228,000

237,000

199,000

87,000

78,000

11

HOT SEAT Network 9

775,000

184,000

260,000

228,000

43,000

60,000

12

CRIMINAL MINDS Network 7

774,000

200,000

230,000

136,000

116,000

92,000

13

OFFSPRING Network TEN

770,000

217,000

272,000

93,000

89,000

100,000

14

7.30-EV Network ABC1

752,000

254,000

205,000

125,000

77,000

92,000

15

QI-EV Network ABC1

747,000

210,000

253,000

109,000

77,000

97,000

16

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED Network TEN

736,000

218,000

243,000

105,000

87,000

84,000

17

TEN NEWS AT FIVE Network TEN

723,000

202,000

217,000

98,000

78,000

128,000

18

ADAM HILLS TONIGHT-EV Network ABC1

718,000

201,000

248,000

114,000

77,000

78,000

19

ABC NEWS UPDATE-EV Network ABC1

650,000

173,000

221,000

93,000

70,000

92,000

20

CRIMINAL MINDS (R) Network 7

641,000

192,000

176,000

123,000

87,000

63,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: All free-to-air Digital Multi Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Wednesday
Date: 19/06/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PM Network ABC2

372,000

88,000

123,000

91,000

30,000

39,000

2

SHAUN THE SHEEP-PM Network ABC2

351,000

99,000

105,000

78,000

31,000

37,000

3

PEPPA PIG-PM Network ABC2

324,000

93,000

97,000

70,000

30,000

34,000

4

THOMAS AND FRIENDS-PM Network ABC2

312,000

84,000

98,000

59,000

35,000

37,000

5

FIREMAN SAM-PM Network ABC2

305,000

91,000

92,000

62,000

30,000

29,000

6

MOFY-EV Network ABC2

276,000

61,000

93,000

67,000

30,000

26,000

7

NEIGHBOURS Network ELEVEN

268,000

51,000

77,000

64,000

42,000

34,000

8

TOBY’S TRAVELLING CIRCUS-AM Network ABC2

254,000

79,000

73,000

65,000

19,000

17,000

9

MIFFY AND FRIENDS-EV Network ABC2

252,000

60,000

77,000

57,000

29,000

28,000

10

THE ADVENTURES OF ABNEY & TEAL-EV Network ABC2

251,000

57,000

89,000

56,000

30,000

19,000

11

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EV Network ABC2

239,000

62,000

78,000

56,000

24,000

19,000

12

SPICKS AND SPECKS-EV Network ABC2

230,000

55,000

82,000

53,000

19,000

21,000

13

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY-WED Network 7TWO

229,000

61,000

92,000

27,000

25,000

25,000

14

JOE & JACK-AM Network ABC2

226,000

61,000

66,000

59,000

21,000

19,000

15

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-AM Network ABC2

222,000

72,000

62,000

56,000

15,000

18,000

16

SMALL POTATOES!-AM Network ABC2

222,000

57,000

65,000

57,000

23,000

20,000

17

PLAY SCHOOL-PM Network ABC2

221,000

64,000

56,000

48,000

26,000

27,000

18

IN THE NIGHT GARDEN-EV Network ABC2

219,000

63,000

79,000

44,000

25,000

7,000

19

PEPPA PIG-AM Network ABC2

205,000

49,000

57,000

61,000

17,000

22,000

20

GIGGLE AND HOOT-AM Network ABC2

203,000

54,000

58,000

51,000

20,000

20,000

 

Free to Air:  25-54 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -WED Network 9

658,000

193,000

210,000

136,000

60,000

59,000

2

HOUSE RULES-WED Network 7

570,000

161,000

135,000

119,000

64,000

91,000

3

NINE NEWS Network 9

474,000

133,000

158,000

95,000

48,000

41,000

4

OFFSPRING Network TEN

471,000

138,000

161,000

54,000

46,000

71,000

5

THE BIG BANG THEORY- RPT Network 9

455,000

121,000

120,000

114,000

47,000

53,000

 

Free to Air:  18-49 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -WED Network 9

616,000

178,000

214,000

122,000

51,000

52,000

2

HOUSE RULES-WED Network 7

544,000

139,000

144,000

100,000

63,000

96,000

3

OFFSPRING Network TEN

495,000

149,000

175,000

58,000

50,000

62,000

4

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED Network TEN

414,000

126,000

149,000

59,000

39,000

41,000

5

THE BIG BANG THEORY- RPT Network 9

407,000

105,000

113,000

104,000

42,000

44,000

 

Free to Air:  16-39 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

THE BLOCK SKY HIGH -WED Network 9

431,000

127,000

159,000

73,000

38,000

35,000

2

HOUSE RULES-WED Network 7

354,000

87,000

93,000

64,000

41,000

68,000

3

OFFSPRING Network TEN

349,000

107,000

127,000

45,000

32,000

38,000

4

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED Network TEN

289,000

86,000

113,000

40,000

24,000

26,000

5

THE BIG BANG THEORY- RPT Network 9

278,000

79,000

79,000

67,000

29,000

25,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day: Wednesday
Date:
19/06/2013
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

LIVE: AFL 360 FOX FOOTY

96,000

2

FAMILY GUY FOX8

83,000

3

WENTWORTH SoHo

82,000

4

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION LifeStyle Channel

79,000

5

FUTURAMA FOX8

79,000

6

THE SIMPSONS FOX8

79,000

7

THE SIMPSONS FOX8

72,000

8

FAMILY GUY FOX8

67,000

9

NCIS TV1

67,000

10

SARAH BEENY’S SELLING HOUSES LifeStyle Channel

61,000

11

FAMILY GUY FOX8

59,000

12

LIVE: NRL 360 FOX SPORTS 1

55,000

13

PAWN STARS A&E

51,000

14

LIVE: CRICKET: ICC CHAMPIONS TROPHY FOX SPORTS 3

50,000

15

AMERICAN RESTORATION A&E

50,000

16

PAUL MURRAY LIVE SKY NEWS

49,000

17

FAMILY GUY FOX8

47,000

18

AUSSIE PICKERS A&E

47,000

19

CORONATION STREET UKTV

46,000

20

AFL: THE CLUB FOX FOOTY

43,000

 

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13 Comments »

  1. A. June 21, 2013 at 3:00 am -

    I want to belatedly thank Nine (or GEM ) for the excellent start time and end time of Person of Interest on Tuesday night. I’m very happy I got to see Four Corners as well. I enjoyed the experience better than last week. Thank you.

  2. The Moops June 20, 2013 at 6:49 pm -

    @frankly, you make some very good points and no, fair shows don’t get more viewers. MKR uses similar strategising amongst contestants and it is done so solely for dramatic tension and it ran away with ratings every night for months earlier this year. I realise that these sorts of shows thrive on that sort of tension, but it is still ugly to witness when blatantly unfair scores are given.

    The stakes are very, very high on HR, probably too high (entire mortgage paid off in one hit), hence the unfair scores we are seeing as contestants are desperate to stay in the running. Human nature, I guess. Speaking for myself, I certainly don’t think 2.3M was high enough for the Voice finale, I would have expected well over 3M, given how the show is hyped to within an inch of its life. I think the MKR finale a couple of months ago got higher ratings than that.

  3. frankly June 20, 2013 at 5:30 pm -

    @TheMoops
    Does a fair show get more viewers?

    Who wants to see competition amongst competitors? There should definitely be competition if you don’t want to bore viewers away. HR gives the contestants the opportunity to score other teams’ work. This doesn’t kill the show. It is another level to enhance the show if properly utilised. Unfortunately, the contestants’ scoring was the only situation where competetive tension could arise, but it was never recognisable then.

    We are talking about lots of money, right? So why should everybody be so nice and not try to sabotage each other? Feels unnatural and constructed.

    Does a fair show get more viewers? The Voice got Barnes’ daughter with hundreds of record deals before appearing on The Voice. People paid for calling for their favourite artist for a whole week, only to realise that their calls did not really affect who is in the next round because only Seal and co.’s decision counted. Would there be more viewers if it was fair?

    Was The Voice 2 fair? Are 2.3m enough viewers for a final The Voice show? How about My Kitchen Rules? The show had a lot of audience despite mean characters.

  4. JB June 20, 2013 at 4:40 pm -

    See i disagree, i think the contestants scoring works and is relevant on House Rules. It is their house after all so they have a personal investment in it. If they like it, they’ll vote accordingly. And because it is their house they the might feel differently to the judges as they have to live in it. We’ve already seen contestants score both higher and lower than the judges.
    MKR its prob backfired now. They should keep all scoring secret until last restaurant.

  5. The Moops June 20, 2013 at 3:56 pm -

    Sorry, that should have read “when contestants voted against each other in Season 1 of Masterchef”, not “scored each other”. Hope that makes more sense!

  6. The Moops June 20, 2013 at 3:55 pm -

    @Ryan, I agree with you. There should be no scoring of contestants by each other as inevitably, it brings ugly strategising into it. This is what blighted the first series of Masterchef, when contestants scored each other strategically in order to progress. I note they got rid of it quick smart from Season Two onwards, such was viewer dismay with the system. Sure, it adds an element of drama, but it leaves a very bad taste in viewers’ mouths. I hope they jettison this practice in Season Two of HR. Either rely solely on the judges vote, or combine the judges vote with a viewer phone-in vote, but please, do away with the contestants scoring each others work as it brings out the worst in them, leads to nasty strategising and victimisation and the scores will never, ever be fair.

  7. frankly June 20, 2013 at 2:54 pm -

    Just the judges should score. It’s enough to see the reveals, no scoring needed from the homeowners. A phone call vote would be an option too

  8. Jason June 20, 2013 at 2:53 pm -

    @ryan – Agree. The same with My Kitchen Rules, where discussions are held on scoring “strategically”, rather than correctly. Wrong concept.

  9. ryan June 20, 2013 at 2:32 pm -

    The only thing I don’t like about house rules is the fact the contestants score each others work which really isn’t fair. I know if I was a contestant I would give others teams at least 1 less point then they deserved just so I could go further in the game.

  10. frankly June 20, 2013 at 1:39 pm -

    You definitely need competitors to change the market, otherwise we will be doomed to create and watch the same shows with the same stories all over again. Sure, the key factor is money through advertising, isn’t it TB? So you had to take what you could get if you like renovation on tv. Now, the audience is given a choice. TB and HR are both barely successful and the audience can choose which style of a renovation format they prefer. For the next weeks, it’s a matter of improvement and how long these two shows are bearable to watch.
    BTW: How about a celebrity version or why not be brave and include at least one Asian team? This will target to a bigger audience, right?

  11. nik c June 20, 2013 at 11:23 am -

    For me the difference is HR is about Renovations and room reveals with nicer personalities. The Block is about stupid challenges to win money, bitchy dramas and room reveals.
    HR does have some dramas, but they are mostly with the renovation at the forefront, rather than the petty Block style feuds.
    Just my opinion!

  12. Sunny June 20, 2013 at 10:32 am -

    The Block rules!

  13. smit0847 June 20, 2013 at 9:48 am -

    House Rules is a bona-fide hit.

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