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Australian free-to-air TV thread 2016

13 May 2016, 23:13

This is the continuation of the TV thread which began on Delta Daily forum. This is the place to discuss ratings, programming info and general TV news on shows that appear on free-to-air TV in Australia. As the thread was interrupted by the DD forum shutdown, I have decided not to post programming updates until August after the Rio Olympic Games, when a new bunch of programs begin in Australia.

JUNE
:: 29 ::
Offspring (Season 6)
(8.40pm, Wednesdays except 10/8 and 17/8, Channel Ten)

JULY
:: 5 ::
Winners & Losers (Season 5 and final season)
(8.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven; from 23/8 9.45pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven; finale: 8.45pm, Monday 12/9, Channel Seven)

:: 27 ::
The Bachelor Australia (Season 4)
(7.30pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Channel Ten)

AUGUST
:: 3 ::
Gruen (Season 2)
(8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
Wallander (Series 4 - final series)
(8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 21 ::
The Block (Season 12)
(7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Australian Survivor (Season 3) (new network) (7.30pm, Sundays and Mondays, Channel Ten; also 7.30pm, Tuesdays from 30/8)

:: 22 ::
XXXI Olympic Games: Rio 2016: Closing Ceremony (one off special) NEW (9am AEST, Monday, Channel Seven/7TWO/7mate LIVE; replayed 10pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
Zumbo's Just Desserts (dessert competition hosted by Adriano Zumbo and Rachel Khoo) NEW (7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Seven; 7.30pm, Mondays to Tuesdays only from 29/8)
Wallander (repeats, beginning Series 1, episode 1) (8.30pm, Mondays, 7TWO)
Australia's Cheapest Weddings (observation series) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 23 ::
800 Words (Season 2)
(8.45pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 24 ::
Anh's Brush with Fame
(arts/interview series with Anh Do) NEW (8pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
The Durrells (Season 1) (ITV drama series set in Corfu, Greece) NEW (8.50pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 25 ::
Selling Houses Australia
(FTA premiere) (8pm, Thursday, Channel Seven; from 8/9 9pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven; from 7/10 9.30pm, Fridays, Channel Seven)
Gogglebox Australia (Season 4)
(8.40pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Versailles (Season 1) (British-Franco-Canadian historical drama series) NEW (9.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 28 ::
The Big Music Quiz
(music game show hosted by Darren McMullen) NEW (7pm, Sundays, Channel Seven, also 7pm, Saturday 1/10; season finale: 7.30pm, Wednesday 13/10, Channel Seven)

:: 29 ::
Married at First Sight (Season 4)
(8.40pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
The Odd Couple (new episodes, beginning Season 1, episode 11) (new night and timeslot) (9.45pm, Monday, Channel Ten)

:: 30 ::
City in the Sky
(3-part BBC documentary on flying) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

SEPTEMBER
:: 1 ::
Luke Nguyen's Street Food Asia
(food series) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)
The Code (Season 2)
(8.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 5 ::
The Odd Couple (Season 2)
(9.45pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)

:: 13 ::
Who Do You Think You Are? Australia (Season 8)
(7.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)

:: 14 ::
Doctor Doctor (Season 1)
(Australian medical drama series starring Rodger Corser) NEW (8.40pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 18 ::
Howard on Menzies
(2-part interview series on legacy of former Prime Minister Robert Menzies, hosted by John Howard) NEW (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 19 ::
The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey
(2-part documentary on 1996 murder of JonBenet Ramsey) NEW FASTTRACKED (8.40pm, Monday and Tuesday, Channel Nine)
Mrs Brown's Boys (Christmas/New Year specials 2015) NEW (8.45pm, Monday, Channel Seven)


:: 20 ::
Recognition: Yes or No?
(documentary on proposed referendum on Constitutional recognition of Aborigines) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)

:: 21 ::
The Bachelorette Australia (Season 2)
(7.30pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Scream Queens (Season 2) FASTTRACKED (premiere: 9.15pm, Wednesday, Channel Ten and Eleven; regular timeslot: 9.30pm, Wednesdays from 28/9, Eleven)

:: 25 ::
Modern Family (Season 8)
FASTTRACKED (7pm, Sundays, Channel Ten, also 8pm, Tuesday 11/10)
Poldark (Series 2) FASTTRACKED (8.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 26 ::
2016 AFL Brownlow Medal
(sports special) NEW (WA only: 5.30pm, Monday, 7mate then 6.30pm, Monday, Channel Seven; SA/NT only: 7pm, Monday, Channel Seven and Southern Cross; NSW/ACT/QLD: 7.30pm AEST, Monday, 7mate; VIC/TAS: 7.30pm, Monday, Channel Seven and Southern Cross)
Grey's Anatomy (Season 13) FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Mondays, 7flix)
Quantico (Season 2) FASTTRACKED (new channel, night and timeslot) (9.30pm, Mondays, 7flix)
How to Get Away with Murder (Season 3) FASTTRACKED (10.30pm, Mondays, 7flix)

:: 27 ::
Conviction
(documentary on police investigation into the murder of Jill Meagher) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 4) FASTTRACKED (new channel, night and timeslot) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, 7flix, from 18/10 10.30pm, Tuesdays, 7flix)
Unreal Estate (real estate program hosted by Kate Langbroek) NEW (8.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 28 ::
The Wrong Girl (Season 1)
(Australian comedy drama series, based on the novel by Zoe Foster Blake) NEW (8.40pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 29 ::
Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X
FASTTRACKED (premiere: 10.30pm, Thursday, Channel Nine; from 6/10 9.40pm, Thursday, Channel Nine, from 13/10 11pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine)

OCTOBER
:: 3 ::
The X Factor (Season 8)
(auditions: 7.30pm, Monday to Wednesday, Channel Seven; bootcamp: 7pm, Sunday 16/10 and 7.30pm, Monday 17/10 and Tuesday 18/10, Channel Seven; live performances: 7pm, Sundays, Channel Seven; live results: 7.30pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)
Hyde & Seek (Australian crime drama series) NEW (8.45pm, Mondays, Channel Nine, repeated 9.30pm, Sundays, Channel Nine)
The Secret Daughter (Australian drama series starring Jessica Mauboy) NEW (premiere: 9pm, Monday, Channel Seven)

:: 4 ::
Todd Sampson's Body Hack
(human science documentary series) NEW (9pm approx, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 5 ::
Deep Water
(4-part drama series based on gay-hate murders in Sydney of 1990s) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays, SBS)

:: 6 ::
Silvia's Italian Table
(food / celebrity interview series hosted by Silvia Colloca) NEW (8pm, Thursdays, ABC)
Better Late Than Never (Season 1) (US celebrity travel series) NEW (8.40pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine)

:: 7 ::
Islands of Australia
(3-part documentary series hosted by Martin Clunes) NEW (8.30pm, Fridays, Channel Seven)
The Graham Norton Show (Season 20) FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Fridays, Channel Ten)

:: 8 ::
Scorpion
(new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 8) (new timeslot) (6.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)
MacGyver (Season 1 of reboot) NEW (7.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)
Hawaii Five-O (Season 7) FASTTRACKED (new night and timeslot) (8.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
Grand Designs: House of the Year 2015
(4-part series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
Brock(2-part mini-series based on life of racing driver Peter Brock) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday and 9pm, Monday, Channel Ten)

:: 10 ::
The Catch (Season 1)
(US drama series) NEW (9.40pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 11 ::
Life in Pieces
(new episodes, beginning Season 1, episode 6) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)
Cold Feet (Series 6) (8.45pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 12 ::
Upper Middle Bogan (Season 3)
(new timeslot) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Rosehaven (comedy drama series set in Tasmania, starring Luke McGregor and Celia Pacquola) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Adam Hills: The Last Leg (Series 9) FASTTRACKED (9.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Madam Secretary (Season 3) FASTTRACKED (9.40pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 13 ::
National Treasure
(4-part Channel 4 drama starring Robbie Coltrane) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)
Blue Bloods (Season 7) FASTTRACKED (10.40pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 16 ::
Deep Water: The Documentary
NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 18 ::
NCIS: Los Angeles (Season 8)
FASTTRACKED (9.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 19 ::
Beach Cops (Season 2)
(new night and timeslot) (8.05pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 20 ::
For the Love of Meat with Matthew Evans
(3-part food series) NEW (7.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)
My Restaurant in India (6-part factual series featuring former MasterChef contestant Sarah Todd) NEW (9pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 24 ::
The Supervet
(Channel 4 documentary series featuring "bionic vet" Professor Noel Fitzpatrick) NEW (7.30pm, Mondays, SBS)
The Supervet: Bionic Stories (4-part Channel 4 documentary exploring into the science behind Noel Fitzpatrick’s cutting-edge veterinary surgeries) NEW (8.30pm, Mondays, SBS)

NOVEMBER

:: 1 ::
Jamie's Super Food Family Classics
(Jamie Oliver food series) NEW (7.30pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Channel Ten)
First Dates (Season 2) (new timeslot) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)
Joanna Lumley: Elvis and Me (UK documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)
Gold Coast Medical (observational series set at Gold Coast University Hospital) NEW (8.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven; from 30/11 8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 3 ::
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities (Season 3)
(7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 10 ::
Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen
(6-part food series based on the Sunshine Coast) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 14 ::
Australia Beyond 2020
(2-part science and technology special) NEW (8.40pm, Monday and 9.30pm, Monday 21/11, Channel Seven)

:: 16 ::
The Blacklist (Season 4)
FASTTRACKED (10pm approx, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 21 ::
O.J: Made in America
(5-part ESPN mini-series on the murder trial of O.J. Simpson) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Mondays, SBS)

:: 22 ::
Simply Nigella
(6-part BBC food series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Rick Stein: From Venice to Istanbul (7-part BBC food series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
First Dates UK (Season 3) NEW (premiere: 8.40pm, Tuesday, Channel Seven; from 29/11 7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 23 ::
30th ARIA Awards 2016
(music special) NEW DELAYED (7.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Ten)
10 to 1: Countdown to Our Greatest News Events (news special) (8.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Seven)

:: 25 ::
This is Greece with Michael Scott
(4-part BBC history series) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays, SBS)

:: 29 ::
First Contact (Season 2)
(8.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday, SBS and NITV)

:: 30 ::
Jamie's Festive Feast
(compilation show of Jamie Oliver cooking Christmas dishes, repeat) (7.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Ten)
Air Rescue (Season 4) (8pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

DECEMBER
:: 1 ::
Great Getaways
(compilation show from Getaway) (7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine)
Katherine Mills: Mind Games (4-part UK magic series) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven)

:: 2 ::
Better Homes and Gardens: Countdown to Christmas
(Christmas special) NEW (7pm, Fridays until 23/12, Channel Seven)

:: 3 ::
2016 NSW Schools Spectacular
(school variety special) NEW (7pm, Saturday, Channel Seven - NSW/ACT only; 9pm, Saturday, Channel Seven - VIC only)
2016 Victorian Schools Spectacular (school variety special) NEW (7pm, Saturday, Channel Seven - VIC only; 10pm, Saturday, Channel Seven - NSW/ACT only)

:: 4 ::
Joanna Lumley's Japan
(3-part ITV travel series) NEW (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
6th AACTA Awards
(TV and film awards special) NEW DELAYED (8.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Seven)

:: 8 ::
2016 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show
(lingerie fashion show from Paris) NEW (8.30pm, Thursday, Channel Nine)

:: 10 ::
2016 Lord Mayor's Christmas Carols
(Brisbane Christmas carols performance) NEW LIVE (7pm, Saturday, Channel Nine - QLD only)
Hairspray Live (NBC musical special) NEW FASTTRACKED (7.30pm, Saturday, SBS)

:: 18 ::
2016 Woolworths Carols in the Domain
(carols special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (8.30pm, Sunday, Channel Seven)

:: 20 ::
Highway Cops
(NZ police factual series) NEW (7pm, Mondays to Thursdays, Channel Seven)

:: 25 ::
The Queen's Christmas Massage 2016
NEW (7.20pm, Sunday, ABC; repeated 11pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)
Royal Variety Performance 2016 NEW (free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 26 ::
Doctor Who: The Mystery of Doctor Mysterio
NEW FASTTRACKED (7.30pm, Monday, ABC)
Call the Midwife Christmas Special 2015 NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Monday, ABC)

:: 30 ::
Stop, Search, Seize
(BSkyB factual series on Irish Customs) NEW (7.30pm, Fridays, Channel Nine)

:: 31 ::
Sydney New Year's Eve (NYE special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (8.30pm, Saturday, ABC; repeated midday, Sunday, ABC; family fireworks: also 9pm AEDT, Saturday, ABC News 24 LIVE; midnight fireworks: also midnight AEDT, Sunday, ABC News 24 LIVE)
Robbie Williams: Live in Tallinn (concert special) NEW (9.20pm, Saturday, Channel Nine)
The City of Melbourne New Year's Eve Fireworks (NYE special) NEW LIVE (VIC/TAS only) (11pm, Saturday, Channel Seven - VIC only and Southern Cross - TAS/NT only)
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2016

13 May 2016, 23:38

Ratings for Thursday, May 12
Audience share:
Nine 19.7%
Ten 18.2%
Seven 15.7%
ABC 12.9%
7TWO 4.8%
9Go! 3.9%
SBS 3.5%
ABC2 3.4%
7mate 3.2%
One 2.6%
9Life 2.4%
Eleven 2.1%
7flix 1.8%
9Gem 1.7%
ABC News 24 1.3%
SBS2 0.8%
ABC3 0.7%
Food 0.7%
NITV 0.7%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,155,000 (258,000 372,000 222,000 123,000 180,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 1,045,000 (209,000 355,000 193,000 128,000 159,000)
3 NINE NEWS Nine 991,000 (267,000 369,000 188,000 84,000 83,000)
4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 981,000 (300,000 346,000 188,000 83,000 65,000)
5 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA THURS Ten 967,000 (218,000 373,000 153,000 104,000 119,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 833,000 (277,000 243,000 150,000 85,000 78,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 780,000 (216,000 261,000 122,000 87,000 95,000)
8 HOME AND AWAY Seven 725,000 (203,000 155,000 180,000 80,000 106,000)
9 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA – MASTERCLASS Ten 706,000 (156,000 292,000 90,000 68,000 100,000)
10 JANET KING ABC 673,000 (218,000 179,000 121,000 81,000 75,000)
11 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 672,000 (158,000 248,000 113,000 64,000 89,000)
12 THE CHECKOUT: BEST BEFORE ABC 658,000 (184,000 219,000 101,000 76,000 78,000)
13 7.30 ABC 648,000 (183,000 196,000 122,000 79,000 68,000)
14 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 633,000 (184,000 184,000 107,000 58,000 100,000)
15 HOT SEAT Nine 602,000 (166,000 212,000 137,000 53,000 34,000)
16 FAMILY FEUD Ten 539,000 (157,000 117,000 113,000 58,000 94,000)
17 GOGGLEBOX Ten 523,000 (123,000 221,000 57,000 48,000 74,000)
18 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 493,000 (129,000 120,000 92,000 58,000 94,000)
19 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 485,000 (144,000 143,000 81,000 43,000 75,000)
20 THE FOOTY SHOW Nine 429,000 (M 320,000 A 58,000 P 51,000)
THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM Seven 392,000
THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE: ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA VS CANBERRA Nine 357,000 (Sydney and Brisbane only)
THE BIG BANG THEORY-THU RPT EP1 Seven 356,000
UTOPIA RPT ABC 348,000
RBT Nine 325,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
THE BIG BANG THEORY-THU RPT EP2 Seven 321,000
PETER RABBIT ABC2 310,000 (64,000 81,000 71,000 41,000 53,000)
BEN AND HOLLY'S LITTLE KINGDOM ABC2 303,000 (64,000 77,000 73,000 33,000 56,000)
PEG + CAT ABC2 295,000 (57,000 82,000 69,000 39,000 47,000)
GO JETTERS-PM ABC2 294,000 (71,000 62,000 54,000 50,000 57,000)
SHAUN THE SHEEP ABC2 292,000 (58,000 64,000 74,000 37,000 58,000)
OCTONAUTS ABC2 289,000 (59,000 84,000 65,000 34,000 47,000)
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW RPT ABC 288,000
PEPPA PIG-PM ABC2 242,000 (64,000 47,000 37,000 42,000 53,000)
KEEPING UP APPEARANCES RPT 7TWO 235,000 (59,000 65,000 33,000 50,000 27,000)
THE BIG BANG THEORY RPT EP2 9Go! 227,000 (54,000 85,000 37,000 13,000 39,000)
HEY DUGGEE-PM ABC2 225,000 (62,000 45,000 41,000 31,000 46,000)
THE VICAR OF DIBLEY RPT 7TWO 219,000 (45,000 63,000 42,000 38,000 31,000)
SPICKS AND SPECKS RPT ABC2 211,000 (33,000 67,000 61,000 25,000 25,000)
BEN AND HOLLY'S LITTLE KINGDOM-AM ABC2 206,000 (27,000 73,000 36,000 30,000 40,000)
NEIGHBOURS Eleven 205,000 (48,000 85,000 27,000 13,000 31,000)
SURVIVOR: KAOH RONG 9Go! 197,000 (50,000 71,000 33,000 16,000 27,000)
THE BIG BANG THEORY RPT 9Go! 192,000 (41,000 61,000 47,000 11,000 33,000)
THE HIVE-PM ABC2 191,000 (58,000 38,000 33,000 21,000 41,000)
OCTONAUTS-AM ABC2 190,000 (28,000 66,000 38,000 28,000 30,000)
INK MASTER-EP.2 7mate 190,000 (35,000 70,000 22,000 23,000 40,000)
PEPPA PIG-AM ABC2 185,000 (25,000 57,000 33,000 29,000 41,000)
MOVIE: THIS IS THE END RPT Seven 182,000
DESTINATION FLAVOUR SCANDINAVIA SBS 173,000
GOURMET FARMER SBS 142,000
SBS WORLD NEWS 142,000
HESTON'S RECIPE FOR ROMANCE SBS 134,000
FOLLOW THE MONEY SBS 76,000
THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE: ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA VS CANBERRA 9Gem 20,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Nine won the night thanks to live NRL and the AFL Footy Show.
MasterChef topped the demos but there was a big drop-off to MasterClass episode. As well Gogglebox's ratings took a big hit after it was pushed back by one hour to accommodate MasterClass.
Seven News pipped Nine News in Melbourne after being trounced by the latter on Monday and Tuesday. Triple episodes of Home and Away were competitive against MasterChef, but it went downhill for Seven after 8.30pm.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2016

15 May 2016, 13:18

Ratings for Friday, May 13
Audience share:
Seven 21.6%
Nine 16.5%
Ten 10.8%
ABC 10.5%
SBS 9.3%
7TWO 5.0%
9Go! 4.8%
7mate 3.9%
One 3.6%
ABC2 2.8%
Eleven 2.7%
9Gem 1.7%
9Life 1.7%
7flix 1.5%
ABC News 24 1.2%
SBS 2 1.0%
ABC3 0.6%
Food 0.6%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 949,000 (308,000 318,000 188,000 77,000 57,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS Seven 902,000 (204,000 269,000 191,000 120,000 119,000)
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 877,000 (306,000 275,000 168,000 88,000 41,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 843,000 (191,000 264,000 187,000 95,000 107,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 692,000 (244,000 203,000 147,000 53,000 44,000)
6 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS Seven 638,000 (194,000 237,000 111,000 A aired on 7TWO 96,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 630,000 (175,000 196,000 121,000 65,000 72,000)
8 SEVEN'S AFL: FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: ADELAIDE VS GEELONG Seven 600,000 (M 419,000 A 181,000)
9 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 591,000 (181,000 160,000 95,000 75,000 79,000)
10 HOT SEAT Nine 540,000 (146,000 199,000 132,000 32,000 32,000)
11 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 528,000 (135,000 195,000 102,000 33,000 64,000)
12 SILENT WITNESS ABC 511,000 (153,000 117,000 100,000 58,000 83,000)
13 FAMILY FEUD Ten 510,000 (154,000 145,000 83,000 55,000 72,000)
14 THE LIVING ROOM Ten 510,000 (115,000 178,000 97,000 45,000 75,000)
15 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 478,000 (139,000 127,000 85,000 51,000 76,000)
16 2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – SEMI FINAL 1 (EVENING) SBS 474,000 (138,000 165,000 74,000 41,000 56,000)
17 FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE: PARRAMATTA VS SOUTH SYDNEY Nine 469,000 (S 303,000 B 166,000)
18 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 428,000 (110,000 137,000 86,000 43,000 52,000)
19 7.30 ABC 399,000 (122,000 112,000 84,000 39,000 42,000)
20 NINE'S AFTERNOON NEWS 5PM Nine 385,000 (99,000 149,000 94,000 19,000 24,000)
SEVEN'S AFL: FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: ADELAIDE VS GEELONG 7mate 146,000 (S 34,000 B 23,000 P 90,000)
2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – SEMI FINAL 2 LIVE SBS 44,000
FRIDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE: PARRAMATTA VS SOUTH SYDNEY 9Gem 19,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: tvtonight.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Patrick Dangerfield's return to Adelaide to face his former team the Crows generated the biggest pay TV audience for an AFL match this year, but the FTA coverage also rated well in Melbourne and Adelaide.
The Eurovision semi-final one pulled a big audience on SBS.
 
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15 May 2016, 14:41

Ratings for Saturday, May 14
Audience share:
Seven 17.8%
ABC 12.8%
Nine 12.8%
SBS 12.7%
9Go! 9.0%
Ten 6.9%
7mate 5.3%
7TWO 4.1%
9Life 3.0%
9Gem 2.9%
ABC2 2.8%
One 2.3%
Eleven 2.1%
7flix 1.6%
ABC News 24 1.2%
SBS 2 1.0%
ABC3 0.8%
Food 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS – SAT Seven 874,000 (168,000 310,000 153,000 105,000 138,000)
2 NINE NEWS SATURDAY Nine 794,000 (249,000 284,000 108,000 79,000 75,000)
3 ABC NEWS-SAT ABC 716,000 (196,000 242,000 98,000 84,000 95,000)
4 FATHER BROWN ABC 702,000 (177,000 206,000 151,000 87,000 81,000)
5 DCI BANKS ABC 600,000 (168,000 186,000 99,000 66,000 80,000)
6 2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – SEMI FINAL 2 (EVENING) SBS 599,000 (177,000 199,000 91,000 51,000 80,000)
7 GARDENING AUSTRALIA ABC 472,000 (101,000 172,000 85,000 61,000 53,000)
8 GETAWAY Nine 412,000 (113,000 181,000 44,000 31,000 43,000)
9 SEVEN'S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL – POST MATCH Seven 359,000 (M 283,000 A 76,000)
10 MOVIE: SHREK 2 RPT 9Go! 347,000 (81,000 115,000 49,000 33,000 68,000)
11 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SAT Ten 305,000 (81,000 72,000  62,000 30,000 61,000)
12 WEEKEND TODAY – SATURDAY Nine 302,000 (108,000 80,000 67,000 12,000 36,000)
13 SEVEN'S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL Seven 285,000 (M 218,000 A 66,000)
14 THE VOICE -TUE -ENCORE Nine 269,000 (84,000 53,000 48,000 27,000 56,000)
15 SEVEN'S AFL: SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL Seven 268,000 (M 138,000 A 29,000 P 101,000)
16 WEEKEND SUNRISE – SAT Seven 267,000 (77,000 77,000 51,000 28,000 35,000)
17 THE VOICE -MON -ENCORE Nine 267,000 (93,000 63,000 53,000 17,000 41,000)
18 BONDI VET Ten 264,000 (76,000 96,000 41,000 26,000 24,000)
19 OCTONAUTS-AM ABC2 258,000 (77,000 53,000 63,000 25,000 40,000)
20 DINOSAUR TRAIN-AM ABC2 254,000 (60,000 61,000 63,000 26,000 44,000)
SEVEN'S AFL: SATURDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL 7mate 134,000 (S 56,000 B 20,000 P 58,000)
SEVEN'S AFL: SATURDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL 7mate 56,000 (S 37,000 B 19,000)
SEVEN'S WAFL 46,000 (Perth only)
SEVEN'S RUGBY: SHUTE SHIELD 20,000 (Sydney only)
SEVEN'S SANFL 12,000 (Adelaide only)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: tvtonight.com.au, Mediaweek
 
SBS posted its biggest primary share of 2016 thanks to the replay of Eurovision semi final 2, featuring Australia's Dami Im. It attracted just short of 600,000 viewers on an otherwise quiet ratings night, an amazing achievement.
Seven had a clear win in primary shares thanks to the AFL, but only won network shares by 1.2% due to 9Go!'s 9% share.
 
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Ratings for the week ending May 14
Audience share:
Nine 20.5%
Seven 18.2%
Ten 13.9%
ABC 12.2%
SBS 5.8%
9Go! 4.3%
7TWO 4.2%
7mate 3.7%
ABC2 2.9%
One 2.8%
9Gem 2.3%
Eleven 2.2%
9Life 1.8%
7flix 1.3%
ABC News 24 1.2%
Food 0.8%  
SBS2 0.8%
ABC3 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - revised overnight figures:
Rank Description Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1       THE VOICE -MON       Network Nine      1,437,000  463,000     456,000     252,000     140,000     126,000
2       SEVEN NEWS - SUN   Network Seven   1,234,000  277,000     432,000     202,000     127,000     197,000
3       THE VOICE -TUE        Network Nine      1,201,000  378,000     382,000     215,000     109,000     117,000
4       NINE NEWS SUNDAY Network Nine      1,184,000  403,000     370,000     218,000     109,000     83,000
5       SEVEN NEWS    Network Seven   1,080,000  253,000     319,000     185,000     137,000     186,000
6       NINE NEWS Nine      1,057,000  302,000     387,000     205,000     86,000       78,000
7       LOGIE AWARDS ARRIVALS Network Nine      1,050,000  350,000     370,000     161,000     82,000         87,000
8       MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA TUES         Network TEN      1,029,000  253,000     415,000     118,000         103,000     140,000
9       58TH ANNUAL LOGIE AWARDS   Network Nine      1,019,000  316,000     409,000     154,000     67,000         73,000
10     NINE NEWS 6:30         Network Nine      1,013,000  302,000     369,000     185,000     88,000       70,000
11     SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT        Network Seven   990,000     232,000     311,000     173,000         120,000     155,000
12     MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA THURS      Network TEN      966,000     218,000     373,000     153,000         104,000     118,000
13     MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED Network TEN      965,000     243,000     352,000     146,000     101,000         124,000
14     MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN  Network TEN      906,000     263,000     331,000     121,000     84,000         106,000
15     SEVEN NEWS - SAT   Network Seven   874,000     168,000     310,000     153,000     105,000     138,000
16     A CURRENT AFFAIR  Network Nine      873,000     270,000     285,000     160,000     79,000       80,000
17     HOUSE RULES- WHOLE HOUSE REVEAL     Network Seven   863,000     234,000     211,000     180,000         87,000       151,000
18     MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MON Network TEN      851,000     214,000     339,000     110,000     80,000         107,000
19     SEVEN YEAR SWITCH         Network Seven   849,000     230,000     256,000     147,000     88,000         128,000
20 NINE NEWS -SATURDAY Nine 794,000 249,000 284,000 108,000 79,000 75,000
21     HOUSE RULES- WED Network Seven   786,000     218,000     181,000     181,000     85,000       119,000
22     ABC NEWS         Network ABC      766,000     204,000     255,000     126,000     83,000       98,000
23     HOUSE RULES- MON Network Seven   765,000     194,000     201,000     148,000     80,000       142,000
24     THE BIG BANG THEORY -WED    Network Nine      765,000     228,000     238,000     140,000     85,000         74,000
25     HOME AND AWAY      Network Seven   764,000     220,000     173,000     171,000     83,000       118,000
26     MIDSOMER MURDERS       Network ABC      748,000     187,000     209,000     145,000     101,000         107,000
27     GRAND DESIGNS       Network ABC      746,000     186,000     255,000     112,000     80,000       113,000
28     HOUSE RULES- TUE  Network Seven   729,000     182,000     189,000     149,000     72,000       138,000
29     ABC NEWS SUNDAY   Network ABC      717,000     196,000     209,000     134,000     85,000       93,000
30 ABC NEWS - SAT ABC 716,000 196,000 242,000 98,000 84,000 95,000
31     MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA - MASTERCLASS        Network TEN      711,000     157,000     294,000         91,000       69,000       100,000
32 FATHER BROWN ABC 702,000 177,000 206,000 151,000 87,000 81,000
33 MEDIA WATCH ABC 691,000 215,000 234,000 100,000 77,000 66,000
34     SHAUN MICALLEF'S MAD AS HELL      Network ABC      690,000     191,000     226,000     115,000         64,000       92,000
35     AUSTRALIAN STORY Network ABC      686,000     169,000     216,000     147,000     73,000       82,000
36     HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?       Network TEN      681,000     156,000     282,000     75,000         69,000       99,000
37     FOUR CORNERS        Network ABC      669,000     209,000     210,000     103,000     74,000       74,000
38 THE CHECKOUT: BEST BEFORE ABC 666,000 186,000 222,000 102,000 76,000 80,000
39     JANET KING       Network ABC      664,000     215,000     176,000     119,000     80,000       75,000
40 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 656,000 196,000 195,000 95,000 76,000 94,000
41 NCIS Ten 646,000 153,000           226,000           91,000             55,000             121,000
42 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 642,000 160,000 220,000        115,000           59,000             87,000
43 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS Seven 638,000 194,000 237,000 111,000 A aired on 7TWO 96,000
44 THE FOOTY SHOW Nine 635,000 142,000 317,000 68,000 57,000 51,000
45 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Nine 615,000 198,000 181,000 108,000 63,000 65,000
46 HOT SEAT Nine 603,000 167,000           216,000           140,000           45,000             35,000
47 SEVEN'S AFL: FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: ADELAIDE VS GEELONG Seven 600,000 M 419,000 A 181,000
48 DCI BANKS ABC 600,000 168,000       186,000           99,000             66,000             80,000
49 2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - SEMI FINAL 2 (EVENING) SBS 599,000 177,000         199,000     91,000       51,000       80,000
50 7.30 ABC 591,000 166,000           175,000           117,000           64,000             69,000
55     CRIMINAL MINDS- WED      Network Seven   558,000     150,000     156,000     107,000     58,000         87,000
56     SUNDAY NIGHT Network Seven   545,000     160,000     128,000     91,000       72,000       95,000
59     GOGGLEBOX     Network TEN      526,000     123,000     223,000     58,000       48,000       74,000
63     SILENT WITNESS       Network ABC      511,000     153,000     117,000     100,000     58,000       83,000
65     CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS         Network Seven   503,000     161,000     101,000     96,000         64,000       82,000
66     THE PROJECT 6.30PM        Network TEN      500,000     139,000     150,000     94,000       51,000         66,000
68     CLARKE AND DAWE   Network ABC      484,000     122,000     166,000     91,000       52,000       53,000
70     SHARK TANK - LAUNCH      Network TEN      476,000     141,000     193,000     58,000       36,000         47,000
72 2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - SEMI FINAL 1 (EVENING) SBS 474,000     138,000         165,000     74,000       41,000       56,000
86     COMEDY SHOWROOM       Network ABC      366,000     93,000       136,000     62,000       32,000         43,000
88     TODAY      Network Nine      360,000     117,000     102,000     84,000       23,000       33,000
97     CASTLE- MON   Network Seven   329,000     95,000       80,000       53,000       41,000       60,000
106   SUNRISE   Network Seven   306,000     76,000       83,000       70,000       33,000       44,000
117   THE BLACKLIST Network Seven   276,000     82,000       58,000       53,000       46,000       36,000
121   THE VOICE -TUE -ENCORE         Network Nine      269,000     84,000       53,000       48,000       27,000         56,000
124   THE VOICE -MON -ENCORE        Network Nine      267,000     93,000       63,000       53,000       17,000         41,000
125   THE GOOD WIFE        Network TEN      266,000     82,000       80,000       37,000       34,000       34,000
128   ABBA IN CONCERT    Network SBS      252,000     83,000       73,000       56,000       20,000       20,000
129   SHARK TANK ENCORE       Network TEN      245,000     49,000       108,000     37,000       32,000         19,000
261   BOSCH      Network SBS      145,000     31,000       43,000       29,000       23,000       20,000
345   SHARK TANK LATE ENCORE       Network TEN      109,000     38,000       29,000       12,000       15,000         14,000
348   SHAUN MICALLEF'S MAD AS HELL      Network ABC2    109,000     16,000       36,000       16,000         22,000       19,000
391   JANET KING-ENCORE         Network ABC      97,000       25,000       21,000       19,000       20,000         11,000
430   SHARK TANK ENCORE       Network ONE      85,000       21,000       35,000       10,000       6,000         14,000
464   MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA ENCORE   Network ELEVEN         79,000       17,000       31,000       13,000         6,000         12,000
489   CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND     Network ELEVEN         74,000       23,000       27,000       12,000       6,000         6,000
543   2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - SEMI FINAL 1 RPT      Network SBS 2   66,000       16,000         18,000       5,000         14,000       12,000
691   2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - SEMI FINAL 2 (MORNING)  Network SBS      44,000       11,000         10,000       8,000         12,000       3,000
752   2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - SEMI FINAL 2 RPT      Network SBS 2   39,000       12,000         12,000       6,000         5,000         4,000
794   2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - SEMI FINAL 1 (MORNING)  Network SBS      36,000       13,000         9,000         7,000         6,000         1,000
1004 ORPHAN BLACK         Network SBS 2   22,000       4,000         6,000         1,000         9,000         3,000
(OzTAM mainland capitals)
Sources: Mediaweek, Who We Are at Tribal Mind
 
Nine claimed its first outright weekly win of official ratings thanks to the Logie Awards, The Voice and live NRL.
Nine also won the week in 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 demographics.
Nine ranked first on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Seven took Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. ABC and SBS both bettered Ten on Saturday.
Nine won Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Seven held Adelaide and Perth.
 
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16 May 2016, 23:57

Ratings for Sunday, May 15
Audience share:
Nine 23.1%
Seven 18.7%
ABC 12.9%
Ten 12.6%
SBS 9.0%
7mate 3.8%
ABC2 2.7%
7TWO 2.6%
9Life 2.6%
9Go! 2.5%
One 2.0%
9Gem 1.7%
Eleven 1.6%
7flix 1.0%
ABC News 24 1.0%
Food 0.8%
ABC3 0.6%
SBS2 0.6%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 THE VOICE -SUN Nine 1,361,000 (440,000 393,000 257,000 133,000 139,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 1,346,000 (276,000 438,000 245,000 148,000 238,000)
3 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Nine 1,335,000 (432,000 446,000 227,000 114,000 116,000)
4 HOUSE RULES- WHOLE HOUSE REVEAL Seven 920,000 (269,000 213,000 183,000 99,000 155,000)
5 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN Ten 847,000 (216,000 336,000 102,000 77,000 116,000)
6 ABC NEWS SUNDAY ABC 831,000 (212,000 251,000 129,000 109,000 131,000)
7 60 MINUTES Nine 804,000 (221,000 256,000 169,000 86,000 71,000)
8 MIDSOMER MURDERS ABC 781,000 (206,000 210,000 136,000 92,000 136,000)
9 GRAND DESIGNS ABC 762,000 (201,000 253,000 104,000 91,000 114,000)
10 WEATHERWATCH AND MUSIC SBS 527,000 (152,000 172,000 142,000 60,000 P not shown)
11 MODERN FAMILY Ten 518,000 (145,000 192,000 59,000 61,000 61,000)
12 SUNDAY NIGHT Seven 517,000 (159,000 102,000 104,000 59,000 92,000)
13 SHARK TANK Ten 449,000 (115,000 183,000 54,000 39,000 59,000)
14 SEVEN'S AFL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL Seven 448,000 (M 233,000 A 75,000 P 140,000)
15 NIGHTMARE ON EVEREST Nine 431,000 (132,000 125,000 91,000 50,000 32,000)
16 2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (EVENING) SBS 407,000 (132,000 163,000 47,000 24,000 42,000)
17 FAMILY FEUD SUNDAY Ten 401,000 (132,000 93,000 52,000 59,000 65,000)
18 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SUN Ten 358,000 (93,000 69,000 78,000 30,000 88,000)
19 MODERN FAMILY RPT Ten 351,000 (104,000 111,000 44,000 34,000 57,000)
20 SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE: WESTS TIGERS VS CANTERBURY Nine 342,000 (S 253,000 B 88,000)
2016 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (MORNING) SBS 302,000
COMPASS ABC 294,000
THE BLACKLIST Seven 280,000
READY, STEADY, WIGGLE!-AM ABC2 266,000 (36,000 113,000 44,000 26,000 46,000)
DINOSAUR TRAIN-AM ABC2 237,000 (39,000 70,000 49,000 34,000 44,000)
SBS WORLD NEWS SBS 218,000
OCTONAUTS ABC2 207,000 (51,000 58,000 61,000 15,000 21,000)
MOVIE: IRON MAN 3 RPT 7mate 205,000 (43,000 72,000 38,000 21,000 31,000)
SESAME STREET-AM ABC2 201,000 (37,000 69,000 29,000 29,000 37,000
BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM ABC2 199,000 (57,000 55,000 52,000 16,000 19,000)
OCTONAUTS-AM ABC2 196,000 (35,000 55,000 41,000 29,000 35,000)
SHAUN THE SHEEP ABC2 186,000 (54,000 51,000 38,000 20,000 24,000)
BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-AM ABC2 181,000 (41,000 42,000 38,000 21,000 38,000)
PETER RABBIT ABC2 177,000 (32,000 45,000 52,000 17,000 31,000)
PEG + CAT ABC2 174,000 (26,000 36,000 54,000 22,000 36,000)
CHARLIE AND LOLA SPECIAL: EVERYTHING IS DIFFERENT AND NOT THE SAME ABC2 174,000 (26,000 36,000 50,000 27,000 34,000)
GO JETTERS-PM ABC2 173,000 (25,000 26,000 48,000 28,000 45,000)
PETER RABBIT: THE TALE OF THE RABBIT AND SQUIRREL GREAT ADVENTURE ABC2 170,000 (38,000 37,000 40,000 24,000 31,000)
FIXER UPPER 9Life 166,000 (31,000 75,000 22,000 25,000 13,000)
PEPPA PIG-AM ABC2 157,000 (41,000 37,000 28,000 20,000 32,000)
PLAY SCHOOL-AM ABC2 157,000 (39,000 35,000 28,000 19,000 36,000)
THE FURCHESTER HOTEL-AM ABC2 156,000 (42,000 24,000 32,000 27,000 31,000)
BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-AM ABC2 149,000 (31,000 38,000 35,000 16,000 28,000)
PLAYDATE-AM ABC2 148,000 (47,000 14,000 33,000 28,000 25,000)
SEVEN'S VFL Seven 58,000 (Melbourne only)
SEVEN'S AFL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL 7mate 35,000 (S 24,000 B 11,000)
SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE: WESTS TIGERS VS CANTERBURY 9Gem 30,000 (M 10,000 A 12,000 P 8,000)
INTRUST SUPER CUP Nine 30,000 (Brisbane only)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
A large audience tuned in early yesterday morning to see former X Factor winner Dami Im performing Sounds of Silence in the Eurovision Song Contest final in Stockholm, Sweden. The audience for the live broadcast was up on last year when 263,000 saw Guy Sebastian representing Australia for the first time in the competition. The audience spiked to more than 500,000 after 8.30am AEST as the results were gradually revealed and Ukraine was declared the winner. Conversely, audience for the primetime replay was down on last year's 592,000 but was still able to boost SBS' primary share to 9%.
Nine won last night thanks to The Voice and 60 Minutes. In the three-way battle of reality shows, The Voice and MC fell from their last Sunday episodes while House Rules went up (920,000 is the season's highest audience so far).
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17 May 2016, 23:14

Ratings for Monday, May 16
Audience share:
Nine 22.5%
Seven 17.4%
Ten 15.1%
ABC 14.4%
SBS 4.8%
7TWO 4.7%
ABC2 3.3%
9Go! 3.1%
7mate 3.0%
One 2.2%
Eleven 2.1%
9Gem 2.0%
9Life 1.4%
7Flix 1.1%
ABC News 24 0.9%
SBS2 0.8%
ABC3 0.6%
Food 0.6%
NITV 0.0%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 THE VOICE -MON Nine 1,278,000 (424,000 363,000 227,000 130,000 134,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,165,000 (260,000 371,000 197,000 132,000 205,000)
3 NINE NEWS Nine 1,113,000 (318,000 405,000 207,000 90,000 93,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 1,073,000 (229,000 352,000 168,000 141,000 183,000)
5 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 1,042,000 (342,000 358,000 190,000 85,000 68,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 951,000 (314,000 293,000 160,000 95,000 88,000)
7 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA MON Ten 893,000 (207,000 380,000 96,000 93,000 118,000)
8 HOME AND AWAY Seven 810,000 (226,000 192,000 170,000 105,000 117,000)
9 ABC NEWS ABC 798,000 (247,000 233,000 126,000 82,000 110,000)
10 HOUSE RULES- MON Seven 730,000 (186,000 179,000 153,000 100,000 112,000)
11 FOUR CORNERS ABC 729,000 (197,000 220,000 132,000 72,000 107,000)
12 7.30 ABC 706,000 (211,000 192,000 146,000 79,000 78,000)
13 HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION? Ten 687,000 (177,000 284,000 72,000 64,000 90,000)
14 MEDIA WATCH ABC 687,000 (193,000 235,000 100,000 78,000 80,000)
15 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 676,000 (147,000 264,000 109,000 66,000 90,000)
16 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 649,000 (180,000 192,000 108,000 70,000 99,000)
17 FAMILY FEUD Ten 646,000 (180,000 172,000 127,000 80,000 87,000)
18 HOT SEAT Nine 636,000 (196,000 211,000 136,000 42,000 51,000)
19 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 541,000 (123,000 148,000 108,000 72,000 90,000)
20 SOUNDBREAKING Nine 540,000 (167,000 169,000 104,000 62,000 38,000)
21 AUSTRALIAN STORY ABC 539,000
THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 524,000
Q&A ABC 513,000
CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS Seven 466,000
THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM Seven 420,000
TODAY Nine 329,000
SUNRISE Seven 307,000
CASTLE Seven 301,000
MICHAEL MOSLEY: TRUST ME I'M A DOCTOR SBS 278,000
SHAUN THE SHEEP ABC2 269,000 (46,000 67,000 51,000 43,000 61,000)
BEN AND HOLLY'S LITTLE KINGDOM ABC2 264,000 (41,000 77,000 56,000 37,000 53,000)
SPICKS AND SPECKS ABC2 257,000 (25,000 88,000 78,000 38,000 27,000)
GO JETTERS-PM ABC2 253,000 (24,000 86,000 57,000 35,000 50,000)
PETER RABBIT ABC2 252,000 (33,000 64,000 60,000 28,000 68,000)
PEG + CAT ABC2 245,000 (20,000 73,000 56,000 36,000 59,000)
OCTONAUTS ABC2 241,000 (41,000 68,000 49,000 29,000 54,000)
GREECE WITH SIMON REEVE SBS 238,000
HEY DUGGEE-AM ABC2 230,000 (50,000 64,000 52,000 33,000 31,000)
HOOT HOOT GO!-AM ABC2 223,000 (48,000 65,000 51,000 29,000 30,000)
CSI: CYBER Ten 218,000
PRIME SUSPECT RPT 7TWO 217,000 (43,000 71,000 46,000 32,000 25,000)
TIMMY TIME-PM ABC2 216,000 (19,000 76,000 49,000 29,000 43,000)
NEIGHBOURS Eleven 205,000 (56,000 60,000 37,000 17,000 36,000)
HOOT HOOT GO!-PM ABC2 205,000 (22,000 63,000 35,000 30,000 55,000)
PEPPA PIG-PM ABC2 202,000 (23,000 74,000 35,000 26,000 44,000)
MISTER MAKER COMES TO TOWN-PM ABC2 199,000 (21,000 71,000 36,000 24,000 46,000)
THE HIVE-PM ABC2 198,000 (30,000 61,000 33,000 28,000 45,000)
READY, STEADY, WIGGLE!-AM ABC2 197,000 (37,000 71,000 35,000 25,000 28,000)
CLANGERS-PM ABC2 192,000 (19,000 80,000 36,000 17,000 40,000)
THE BIG BANG THEORY-EP.3 RPT 7mate 191,000 (46,000 51,000 43,000 18,000 33,000)
PEPPA PIG-AM ABC2 190,000 (36,000 50,000 47,000 27,000 30,000)
FOOTY CLASSIFIED Nine 167,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
SBS WORLD NEWS SBS 156,000
WHAT'S THE CATCH WITH MATTHEW EVANS SBS 140,000
ABC NEWS BREAKFAST ABC 95,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Nine won the night despite The Voice recording a big fall from last Monday. Against The Voice, MasterChef was up on last week while House Rules slipped.
 
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18 May 2016, 23:32

Ratings for Tuesday, May 17
Audience share:
Seven 20.4%
Nine 18.6%
Ten 17.8%
ABC 11.9%
SBS 4.9%
7mate 4.0%
7TWO 3.6%
ABC2 3.3%
One 2.8%
9Go! 2.6%
9Gem 2.4%
Eleven 2.3%
ABC News 24 1.1%
7Flix 0.9%
9Life 0.9%
Food 0.9%
ABC3 0.7%
SBS2 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,097,000 (258,000 316,000 191,000 132,000 200,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 1,064,000 (324,000 354,000 205,000 102,000 79,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 1,054,000 (254,000 320,000 186,000 121,000 173,000)
4 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA TUES Ten 1,033,000 (288,000 362,000 122,000 120,000 142,000)
5 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 992,000 (293,000 365,000 168,000 95,000 71,000)
6 SEVEN YEAR SWITCH Seven 903,000 (283,000 246,000 139,000 89,000 147,000)
7 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 850,000 (278,000 265,000 129,000 84,000 93,000)
8 HOME AND AWAY Seven 827,000 (256,000 184,000 173,000 84,000 131,000)
9 HOUSE RULES-TUE Seven 825,000 (220,000 208,000 180,000 69,000 147,000)
10 ABC NEWS ABC 782,000 (205,000 282,000 94,000 102,000 98,000)
11 THE BIG BANG THEORY -TUE Nine 746,000 (203,000 202,000 137,000 99,000 105,000)
12 BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT -LAUNCH Nine 708,000 (189,000 251,000 97,000 80,000 92,000)
13 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Nine 669,000 (186,000 182,000 134,000 76,000 91,000)
14 NCIS Ten 661,000 (177,000 212,000 94,000 73,000 104,000)
15 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 642,000 (172,000 169,000 114,000 87,000 100,000)
16 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 632,000 (165,000 180,000 139,000 61,000 87,000)
17 HOT SEAT Nine 624,000 (185,000 188,000 159,000 52,000 40,000)
18 7.30 ABC 620,000 (161,000 207,000 109,000 86,000 56,000)
19 FAMILY FEUD Ten 598,000 (160,000 168,000 107,000 74,000 89,000)
20 CATALYST ABC 573,000 (134,000 186,000 104,000 74,000 75,000)
THE INDIAN DREAM HOTEL ABC 530,000
THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 468,000
NCIS: LOS ANGELES Ten 425,000
THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM Seven 389,000
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT ABC 354,000
TODAY Nine 340,000
BEST BITS Seven 332,000
SUNRISE Seven 325,000
GREAT CONTINENTAL RAILWAY JOURNEYS SBS 316,000
LIP SYNC BATTLE Seven 304,000
SHAUN THE SHEEP ABC2 271,000 (40,000 61,000 58,000 54,000 58,000)
NCIS: LOS ANGELES RPT Ten 269,000
INSIGHT SBS 256,000
PETER RABBIT ABC2 250,000 (32,000 64,000 70,000 39,000 45,000)
PEG + CAT ABC2 249,000 (28,000 74,000 69,000 39,000 39,000)
OCTONAUTS ABC2 244,000 (34,000 65,000 57,000 43,000 47,000)
BEN AND HOLLY'S LITTLE KINGDOM ABC2 242,000 (32,000 59,000 55,000 49,000 48,000)
SPICKS AND SPECKS RPT ABC2 242,000 (41,000 74,000 79,000 26,000 22,000)
GO JETTERS-PM ABC2 236,000 (31,000 80,000 55,000 36,000 34,000)
NEIGHBOURS Eleven 236,000 (58,000 92,000 35,000 16,000 34,000)
PEPPA PIG-PM ABC2 223,000 (31,000 76,000 52,000 34,000 30,000)
HEY DUGGEE-AM ABC2 223,000 (44,000 74,000 50,000 23,000 33,000)
HOOT HOOT GO!-AM ABC2 207,000 (45,000 54,000 48,000 25,000 36,000)
PEPPA PIG-AM ABC2 206,000 (55,000 50,000 46,000 29,000 26,000)
OUTBACK TRUCKERS-PM 7mate 204,000 (35,000 78,000 30,000 22,000 39,000)
HOOT HOOT GO!-PM ABC2 200,000 (26,000 68,000 42,000 33,000 29,000)
MISTER MAKER COMES TO TOWN-PM ABC2 196,000 (35,000 59,000 46,000 26,000 31,000)
THE FURCHESTER HOTEL-AM ABC2 194,000 (50,000 41,000 47,000 28,000 28,000)
THE HIVE-PM ABC2 179,000 (19,000 69,000 37,000 28,000 26,000)
TIMMY TIME-PM ABC2 175,000 (33,000 54,000 42,000 27,000 19,000)
HIGHWAY PATROL-EP.2 RPT 7mate 174,000 (49,000 45,000 20,000 25,000 35,000)
PLAYDATE-AM ABC2 172,000 (45,000 33,000 49,000 19,000 27,000)
THE MORNING SHOW Seven 156,000
DATELINE SBS 146,000
SBS WORLD NEWS SBS 137,000
TODAY EXTRA Nine 134,000
THE MORNING SHOW-EXTRA Seven 107,000
TODAY EXTRA -LATE Nine 100,000
STUDIO 10 Ten 78,000
STUDIO 10 EARLY Ten 51,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Seven won the night thanks to House Rules and the season finale of Seven Year Switch, which posted the biggest audience for the show's first season.
Nine's decision to rush Britain's Got Talent to air paid off. Season 10 debuted at 708,000, second in its slot.
Just over one million viewers saw MasterChef awarding its first immunity pin of the season to 19-year-old student Nicolette who beat Brisbane chef Braden White.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2016

19 May 2016, 23:32

Ratings for Wednesday, May 18
Audience share:
Seven 20.0%
Nine 17.0%
Ten 15.3%
ABC 12.2%
7TWO 5.7%
SBS 5.3%
7mate 3.3%
Eleven 3.2%
9Gem 3.1%
ABC2 3.0%
One 2.8%
9Go! 2.6%
9Life 1.6%
ABC News 24 1.3%
7Flix 1.2%
SBS2 0.8%
ABC3 0.7%
Food 0.7%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,064,000 (263,000 319,000 163,000 141,000 178,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 1,005,000 (256,000 320,000 143,000 111,000 175,000)
3 NINE NEWS Nine 999,000 (267,000 387,000 205,000 84,000 57,000)
4 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA WED Ten 965,000 (238,000 359,000 121,000 101,000 146,000)
5 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 954,000 (269,000 397,000 159,000 71,000 58,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 887,000 (283,000 330,000 147,000 60,000 67,000)
7 HOME AND AWAY Seven 805,000 (235,000 182,000 158,000 94,000 137,000)
8 HOUSE RULES-WED Seven 787,000 (214,000 191,000 157,000 85,000 139,000)
9 ABC NEWS ABC 767,000 (221,000 260,000 97,000 94,000 95,000)
10 THE BIG BANG THEORY -WED Nine 753,000 (217,000 237,000 134,000 79,000 87,000)
11 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 675,000 (158,000 234,000 117,000 72,000 93,000)
12 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 673,000 (206,000 187,000 108,000 86,000 86,000)
13 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Nine 640,000 (167,000 184,000 118,000 89,000 82,000)
14 7.30 ABC 625,000 (199,000 186,000 86,000 75,000 79,000)
15 SHAUN MICALLEF'S MAD AS HELL ABC 625,000 (202,000 208,000 85,000 57,000 73,000)
16 FAMILY FEUD Ten 579,000 (147,000 162,000 103,000 73,000 94,000)
17 HOT SEAT Nine 577,000 (163,000 199,000 142,000 46,000 27,000)
18 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 561,000 (144,000 160,000 98,000 71,000 89,000)
19 Qi ABC 490,000 (163,000 145,000 76,000 51,000 54,000)
20 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 480,000 (125,000 149,000 89,000 60,000 58,000)
THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM Seven 430,000
COMEDY SHOWROOM: THE FUTURE IS EXPENSIVE ABC 415,000
MADAM SECRETARY Ten 389,000
TODAY Nine 354,000
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW RPT ABC 332,000
SUNRISE Seven 323,000
WOULD I LIE TO YOU? ABC 322,000
THE SECRET LIFE OF THE ZOO Nine 319,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
24 HOURS IN EMERGENCY SBS 306,000
LEWIS 7TWO 290,000 (86,000 82,000 48,000 41,000 32,000)
MADAM SECRETARY EP 2 Ten 255,000
SHAUN THE SHEEP ABC2 254,000 (89,000 54,000 33,000 32,000 46,000)
THE STORY OF CHINA SBS 250,000
BEN AND HOLLY'S LITTLE KINGDOM ABC2 232,000 (94,000 57,000 24,000 20,000 37,000)
SPICKS AND SPECKS RPT ABC2 228,000 (46,000 79,000 50,000 27,000 26,000)
THE FOOTY SHOW Nine 224,000 (Sydney and Brisbane only)
THE HIVE-PM ABC2 203,000 (49,000 66,000 27,000 22,000 39,000)
OCTONAUTS ABC2 198,000 (85,000 45,000 21,000 24,000 23,000)
PEG + CAT ABC2 198,000 (56,000 49,000 36,000 23,000 33,000)
GO JETTERS-PM ABC2 193,000 (53,000 52,000 34,000 22,000 32,000)
HOOT HOOT GO!-PM ABC2 189,000 (52,000 50,000 25,000 25,000 37,000)
PETER RABBIT ABC2 188,000 (68,000 37,000 32,000 23,000 28,000)
HEY DUGGEE-AM ABC2 183,000 (41,000 62,000 26,000 24,000 31,000)
TREE FU TOM-PM ABC2 182,000 (42,000 58,000 32,000 21,000 29,000)
PEPPA PIG-PM ABC2 177,000 (52,000 47,000 29,000 12,000 37,000)
MISTER MAKER COMES TO TOWN-PM ABC2 177,000 (57,000 55,000 24,000 14,000 26,000)
TIMMY TIME-PM ABC2 166,000 (45,000 50,000  30,000 21,000 21,000)
BLINDSPOT Seven 166,000
HOOT HOOT GO!-AM ABC2 164,000 (43,000 56,000 21,000 18,000 28,000)
PEPPA PIG-AM ABC2 163,000 (45,000 54,000 22,000 15,000 27,000)
THE ALL NEW SIMPSONS Eleven 162,000 (51,000 62,000 27,000 11,000 12,000)
JONATHAN CREEK RPT 7TWO 161,000 (42,000 42,000 43,000 13,000 22,000)
NEW TRICKS RPT 9Gem 160,000 (37,000 39,000 26,000 21,000 37,000)
BOSCH SBS 144,000
SBS WORLD NEWS SBS 139,000
41 DOGS IN MY HOME Nine 136,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
ABC NEWS BREAKFAST ABC 88,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
*due to coding error, Seven advised the final audience for Criminal Minds would be 621,000 (new) and 452,000 (repeat).
 
Seven had a solid win last night with House Rules edging up from last week but new episode of Criminal Minds slipped.
Nine had an average night with new episode of TBBT coming third in the timeslot and split programming post-8.30 dragging the primary share down.
MasterChef was unchanged from last week but double new episodes of Madam Secretary flopped.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2016

21 May 2016, 01:37

Ratings for Thursday, May 19
Audience share:
Seven 20.3%
Nine 18.7%
Ten 15.4%
ABC 12.6%
9Go! 4.9%
7TWO 3.9%
SBS 3.3%
7mate 3.0%
ABC2 3.0%
One 2.7%
9Life 2.2%
Eleven 2.2%
7Flix 1.8%
ABC News 24 1.5%
9Gem 1.4%
SBS2 1.0%
ABC3 0.9%
NITV 0.7%
Food 0.6%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,055,000 (251,000 302,000 162,000 121,000 219,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 994,000 (270,000 392,000 174,000 95,000 63,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 930,000 (217,000 285,000 145,000 106,000 177,000)
4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 929,000 (266,000 360,000 156,000 91,000 54,000)
5 MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA THURS Ten 908,000 (212,000 376,000 104,000 93,000 123,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 819,000 (263,000 257,000 147,000 74,000 79,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 805,000 (185,000 273,000 127,000 96,000 123,000)
8 HOME AND AWAY Seven 702,000 (176,000 167,000 160,000 85,000 114,000)
9 THE QUEEN'S 90TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Seven 675,000 (160,000 201,000 114,000 104,000 96,000)
10 RAKE ABC 653,000 (179,000 200,000 119,000 65,000 90,000)
11 THE CHECKOUT: BEST BEFORE ABC 650,000 (180,000 219,000 106,000 66,000 80,000)
12 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 635,000 (194,000 165,000 94,000 71,000 113,000)
13 HOT SEAT Nine 590,000 (165,000 216,000 139,000 44,000 26,000)
14 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 586,000 (135,000 212,000 105,000 57,000 76,000)
15 GOGGLEBOX Ten 582,000 (155,000 224,000 57,000 65,000 81,000)
16 FAMILY FEUD Ten 582,000 (178,000 160,000 96,000 66,000 82,000)
17 7.30 ABC 582,000 (136,000 182,000 122,000 80,000 63,000)
18 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 526,000 (141,000 150,000 90,000 60,000 86,000)
19 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 497,000 (146,000 151,000 89,000 45,000 66,000)
20 THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE: SOUTH SYDNEY VS ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA Nine 404,000 (S 289,000 B 116,000)
THE CHASE AUSTRALIA-5PM Seven 398,000
THE FOOTY SHOW Nine 393,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
TODAY Nine 358,000
UTOPIA RPT ABC 342,000
SUNRISE Seven 317,000
THE BIG BANG THEORY RPT 9Go! 285,000 (94,000 71,000 43,000 34,000 42,000)
THE BIG BANG THEORY RPT EP2 9Go! 276,000 (85,000 75,000 55,000 25,000 36,000)
HOOT HOOT GO!-PM ABC2 271,000 (51,000 94,000 44,000 41,000 43,000)
PEPPA PIG-AM ABC2 267,000 (54,000 78,000 66,000 30,000 39,000)
LAW & ORDER: SVU Ten 265,000
HOOT HOOT GO!-AM ABC2 260,000 (55,000 87,000 49,000 28,000 41,000)
SHAUN THE SHEEP ABC2 260,000 (50,000 91,000 30,000 36,000 53,000)
HEY DUGGEE-AM ABC2 259,000 (52,000 100,000 44,000 28,000 35,000)
PEPPA PIG-PM ABC2 259,000 (57,000 79,000 42,000 36,000 44,000)
THE HIVE-PM ABC2 257,000 (42,000 106,000 36,000 34,000 39,000)
GO JETTERS-PM ABC2 256,000 (50,000 81,000 51,000 33,000 40,000)
PETER RABBIT ABC2 244,000 (45,000 86,000 48,000 26,000 38,000)
PEG + CAT ABC2 243,000 (47,000 86,000 46,000 24,000 39,000)
BEN AND HOLLY'S LITTLE KINGDOM ABC2 235,000 (41,000 96,000 25,000 31,000 42,000)
OCTONAUTS ABC2 233,000 (39,000 88,000 40,000 28,000 38,000)
THE FURCHESTER HOTEL-AM ABC2 231,000 (60,000 63,000 50,000 21,000 37,000
TREE FU TOM-PM ABC2 221,000 (54,000 97,000 20,000 28,000 23,000)
THE VICAR OF DIBLEY RPT 7TWO 220,000 (59,000 66,000 38,000 33,000 24,000)
OCTONAUTS-AM ABC2 218,000 (39,000 92,000 35,000 31,000 21,000)
SPICKS AND SPECKS RPT ABC2 217,000 (47,000 66,000 64,000 21,000 19,000)
PLAYDATE-AM ABC2 209,000 (50,000 52,000 48,000 21,000 37,000)
SURVIVOR: KAOH RONG 9Go! 172,000
SURVIVOR: KAOH RONG REUNION 9Go! 120,000
POH & CO. SBS 159,000
NOMA AUSTRALIA SBS 157,000
MADE IN ITALY WITH SILVIA COLLOCA SBS 146,000
SBS WORLD NEWS SBS 138,000
GOURMET FARMER SBS 136,000
FOLLOW THE MONEY SBS 94,000
CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND Eleven 58,000
THURSDAY NIGHT NRL LIVE: SOUTH SYDNEY VS ST GEORGE ILLAWARRA 9Gem 22,000 (Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth only)
SURVIVOR: KAOH RONG-AM 9Go! 18,000
SURVIVOR: KAOH RONG REUNION-AM 9Go! 11,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Seven enjoyed a surprise Thursday win thanks to the delayed broadcast of the Sunday concert of the Queen's 90th Birthday Celebration from Windsor Castle.
MC topped the demographics but its total audience was down on last week. Gogglebox was up on last Thursday's episode (which had a late start).
The fourth season of Rake had a solid start, slightly than the third season debut audience of 645,000 in February last year.
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