Wednesday 26 March 2014

By David Knox on March 27, 2014 / Filed Under Ratings 5
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
Deliverable: Overnight and Consolidated

Channel

Overnight

Consolidated

26/03/2014

19/03/2014

Network ABC1

10.2%

10.8%

Network ABC2

3.0%

2.3%

Network ABC3

1.0%

1.1%

Network ABC News 24

1.4%

1.2%

Network ABC TTL

15.6%

15.3%

Network 7

26.3%

26.1%

Network 7TWO

3.3%

3.3%

Network 7mate

4.0%

4.7%

Network 7 TTL

33.6%

34.1%

Network 9

24.0%

23.3%

Network GO!

4.0%

3.7%

Network Gem

3.0%

3.4%

Network 9 TTL

31.0%

30.4%

Network TEN

9.6%

10.7%

Network ONE

2.4%

2.1%

Network ELEVEN

3.4%

3.0%

Network TEN TTL

15.4%

15.8%

Network SBS ONE

3.4%

3.5%

Network SBS 2

0.7%

0.9%

Network NITV

0.1%

0.1%

Network SBS TTL

4.2%

4.4%

 

 

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: 26/03/2014
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

MY KITCHEN RULES-WED Network 7

1,610,000

435,000

461,000

305,000

198,000

211,000

2

THE BLOCK: FANS V FAVES -WED Network 9

1,293,000

417,000

393,000

243,000

100,000

141,000

3

NINE NEWS Network 9

1,185,000

361,000

382,000

271,000

82,000

90,000

4

SEVEN NEWS Network 7

1,120,000

287,000

315,000

206,000

144,000

168,000

5

NINE NEWS 6:30 Network 9

1,087,000

330,000

377,000

234,000

77,000

69,000

6

SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Network 7

1,040,000

264,000

326,000

212,000

106,000

132,000

7

A CURRENT AFFAIR Network 9

979,000

313,000

305,000

211,000

69,000

81,000

8

THE BLACKLIST Network 7

974,000

276,000

305,000

154,000

124,000

115,000

9

HOME AND AWAY Network 7

913,000

223,000

275,000

191,000

93,000

131,000

10

ABC NEWS-EV Network ABC1

864,000

229,000

297,000

125,000

101,000

112,000

11

INSIDE STORY -THE BLADE RUNNER Network 9

816,000

246,000

246,000

137,000

84,000

103,000

12

HOT SEAT Network 9

667,000

197,000

232,000

156,000

44,000

38,000

13

TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS Network TEN

636,000

191,000

176,000

105,000

74,000

90,000

14

7.30-EV Network ABC1

631,000

186,000

218,000

102,000

63,000

62,000

15

SHAUN MICALLEF’S MAD AS HELL-EV Network ABC1

620,000

205,000

214,000

73,000

74,000

54,000

16

THE PROJECT 7PM Network TEN

577,000

166,000

174,000

112,000

57,000

68,000

17

PUBERTY BLUES Network TEN

517,000

140,000

161,000

83,000

73,000

61,000

18

MILLION DOLLAR MINUTE Network 7

488,000

148,000

125,000

93,000

61,000

61,000

19

SPICKS AND SPECKS-EV Network ABC1

438,000

119,000

163,000

84,000

33,000

40,000

20

THE CHECKOUT: SNACK SIZE-EV Network ABC1

408,000

112,000

136,000

61,000

38,000

63,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: All free-to-air 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: 26/03/2014
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-PM Network ABC2

282,000

109,000

53,000

50,000

28,000

42,000

2

NEIGHBOURS Network ELEVEN

274,000

47,000

87,000

62,000

35,000

43,000

3

TIMMY TIME-PM Network ABC2

266,000

83,000

61,000

53,000

26,000

42,000

4

BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-AM Network ABC2

263,000

87,000

69,000

36,000

29,000

43,000

5

THE HIVE-PM Network ABC2

256,000

94,000

53,000

55,000

21,000

32,000

6

PEPPA PIG-PM Network ABC2

255,000

74,000

65,000

59,000

20,000

38,000

7

THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV TX2 Network GO!

254,000

63,000

54,000

43,000

32,000

62,000

8

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PM Network ABC2

244,000

65,000

61,000

59,000

19,000

40,000

9

PEPPA PIG-AM Network ABC2

240,000

81,000

56,000

43,000

23,000

37,000

10

FIVE MINUTES MORE-PM Network ABC2

239,000

97,000

45,000

47,000

25,000

25,000

11

CLOUDBABIES-EV Network ABC2

232,000

81,000

40,000

61,000

22,000

27,000

12

THOMAS AND FRIENDS-AM Network ABC2

231,000

79,000

60,000

32,000

23,000

37,000

13

SPICKS AND SPECKS-EV Network ABC2

224,000

45,000

68,000

74,000

22,000

14,000

14

OCTONAUTS-AM Network ABC2

222,000

78,000

46,000

29,000

30,000

39,000

15

GIGGLE AND HOOT-AM Network ABC2

218,000

78,000

51,000

32,000

23,000

34,000

16

SESAME STREET-AM Network ABC2

218,000

84,000

46,000

45,000

19,000

22,000

17

AMERICAN PICKERS-ALL NEW WED Network 7mate

214,000

51,000

69,000

55,000

16,000

23,000

18

FLORRIE’S DRAGONS-EV Network ABC2

201,000

70,000

35,000

56,000

19,000

20,000

19

GIGGLE AND HOOT-EV Network ABC2

201,000

67,000

41,000

53,000

15,000

24,000

20

BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-AM Network ABC2

197,000

65,000

38,000

38,000

19,000

37,000

 

 

Free to Air: 25-54 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

MY KITCHEN RULES-WED Network 7

828,000

243,000

234,000

158,000

82,000

111,000

2

THE BLOCK: FANS V FAVES -WED Network 9

752,000

233,000

221,000

157,000

56,000

85,000

3

THE BLACKLIST Network 7

467,000

147,000

150,000

75,000

42,000

54,000

4

INSIDE STORY -THE BLADE RUNNER Network 9

435,000

133,000

127,000

79,000

39,000

57,000

5

NINE NEWS 6:30 Network 9

408,000

142,000

119,000

87,000

35,000

25,000

 

Free to Air: 18-49 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

MY KITCHEN RULES-WED Network 7

770,000

216,000

215,000

156,000

81,000

103,000

2

THE BLOCK: FANS V FAVES -WED Network 9

715,000

218,000

217,000

149,000

50,000

81,000

3

THE BLACKLIST Network 7

416,000

124,000

128,000

70,000

38,000

56,000

4

INSIDE STORY -THE BLADE RUNNER Network 9

408,000

123,000

119,000

82,000

37,000

48,000

5

HOME AND AWAY Network 7

373,000

90,000

117,000

76,000

37,000

54,000

 

Free to Air: 16-39 demographics (Overnight)

Rank

Description (grouped) Channel\Market

(r) 5 City Metro

Sydney

Melbourne

Brisbane

Adelaide

Perth

1

MY KITCHEN RULES-WED Network 7

507,000

133,000

141,000

111,000

55,000

69,000

2

THE BLOCK: FANS V FAVES -WED Network 9

483,000

159,000

143,000

99,000

31,000

50,000

3

INSIDE STORY -THE BLADE RUNNER Network 9

291,000

100,000

88,000

52,000

24,000

28,000

4

HOME AND AWAY Network 7

261,000

65,000

81,000

56,000

25,000

34,000

5

THE BLACKLIST Network 7

247,000

73,000

68,000

46,000

21,000

38,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels: National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day: Wednesday
Date:  

26/03/2014
Deliverable: Overnight

Rank

Description Channel\Market

(r) National STV

1

SELLING HOUSES AUSTRALIA LifeStyle Channel

163,000

2

LIVE: AFL 360 FOX FOOTY

85,000

3

THE SIMPSONS FOX8

71,000

4

FAMILY GUY FOX8

66,000

5

FAMILY GUY FOX8

65,000

6

AFL: BOUNCE FOX FOOTY

61,000

7

FAMILY GUY FOX8

61,000

8

GRIMM FOX8

55,000

9

CORONATION STREET UKTV

54,000

10

LIVE: NRL 360 FOX SPORTS 1

53,000

11

FUTURAMA FOX8

52,000

12

THE SIMPSONS FOX8

52,000

13

NCIS TVH!TS

49,000

14

BUILDING THE DREAM LifeStyle Channel

48,000

15

BUBBLE GUPPIES Nick Jr.

44,000

16

EASTENDERS UKTV

42,000

17

MAX AND RUBY Nick Jr.

42,000

18

GRAND DESIGNS LifeStyle Channel

41,000

19

THE SIMPSONS FOX8+2

40,000

20

GOOD LUCK CHARLIE Disney Channel

39,000

 

© OzTAM Pty Limited 2014. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) without the prior written consent of OzTAM. Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Ranking information is for individual episodes. Includes Preliminary data.

5 Comments »

  1. Cam Reed March 27, 2014 at 1:57 pm -

    On the TEN scale, Puberty Blues is there leading light in Primetime beating both Elementary (372,000) and NCIS (419,000) and for the second week in a row on NCIS and the Good Wife as well (329,000).

    Given Puberty Blues is there highest rating show at 8:30pm, have to wonder what would have happened had TEN not decided to hold off this season for a year. Would we be on Season 3 now and the show be getting even higher ratings as Season 2 may have well done if put on last year like it should have been.

    Yes TEN have also mucked The Good Wife, NCIS, NCIS:LA and Elementary around and they have suffered as a result, however the first season of Puberty Blues was on in 2012, so a 2 year wait is ridiculous.

  2. Angela March 27, 2014 at 1:01 pm -

    Another outstanding ep of Puberty Blues last night.
    The tension/animosity between the sensitive Gary and his bully of a father is so well done.
    Sean Keenan is exceptional as the brooding, introverted young man who can’t bear to see his sweet but passive mum treated like a doormat.

    Charlotte Best as the troubled “mean girl”, Cheryl, is also briliiant.
    Those peroxide front flicks are spot on – a popular fad of Sydney”surfie chicks” at that time.

  3. rad March 27, 2014 at 12:48 pm -

    nawww

    just half a million for the very polished ‘Puberty Blues’. So strange that people don’t know how to use a remote or read a tv guide.

    I feel like an outlier on histogram curve because I consume news through ‘Flipboard’ not 7News or ACA. I watch quality tv when it is made and not the 40 week stuff of Home&Away or the hours and hours of reality tv that people are watching every night.

  4. Secret Squirrel March 27, 2014 at 12:07 pm -

    Comedy’s funny isn’t it? We’re all having a laugh and then they go and make a joke about a group that we identify with and suddenly we no longer have a sense of humour.

    You can point to any building or structure more than 50 years old and proclaim that it was made by people who happen to be seniors now. That’s simply a function of time. I think you’ll find that the majority of the construction crew were under thirty at the time.

  5. robertrhenry March 27, 2014 at 10:06 am -

    I love the fun of “kitty Flanagan ( the project ), but on tuesday night i could have thrown a mud pie in her face. She went on and on denegrating our lovely aged people , which is the exact opposite of all us aged carers promote and work for . kitty, all else is fair game but hands off our beautiful elders. Treasure our seniors and promote an awareness of their legacies and love in a time they just need our care.
    Kitty, the next time you cross the sydney harbour bridge, remember you didn’t build it, they did!

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