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07:57  09 may  2018
07:57  09 may  2018 Source:   crikey.com.au

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings No one wants the Bachelor in Paradise.In regional markets Seven News won with 611,000, from MKR with 566,000, then Nine News on 458,000, The Voice with 447,000 and the 7pm ABC News with 386,000

The first qualifying final between Adelaide and Greater Western Sydney dominated the night with 1. 5 million viewers last night on Seven and 7mate 1. 16

Glenn Dyer ’ s TV Ratings . Crikey 29/03/2018 Glenn Dyer . © Scott Barbour/Getty Images 'AFL Footy Show' host Eddie McGuire. Seven’s night, but a hollow victory because audiences were down 20% or more as holidays, Easter and weak offerings on Seven, Nine and Ten in non-AFL markets turned

Yes The Voice was on Nine, yes, MasterChef was on Ten and yes House Rules was on Seven. But we all know that the main event last night was the 2018-19 budget extravaganza in Canberra, with the ABC taking it seriously with prime time coverage (even though it was stiffed another $84 million) and the commercial networks paying only a nodding homage late in the evening.

Well, that was the theory and the belief in Canberra. The truth is, viewers didn’t care and the audience for Treasurer Morrison’s budget fell sharply from 2017-18 speech a year ago.

The 7.30pm Treasurer’s Speech broadcast on the ABC’s main channel at this year averaged 772,000 nationally — down more than 17%, with the metro audience dropping to 495,000 from 629,000 and regional audience averaging 277,000, down from 297,000. The talk after the speech on the ABC averaged 630,000 nationally this time round, down 136,000 viewers from 2017’s 766,000. The metro audience tumbled more than 20% to 415,000 (from 525,000) and the regional audience fell from 242,000 last year to 214,000.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings We dream of day in which Seven does not come out on top.But in total people, the ABC’s usual reliable Monday night news and current affairs line up lifted it into third spot, as well as in the main channels, ahead of Ten. Ten now has a weak week ahead before Masterchef starts next Monday.

Glenn Dyer ’ s TV Ratings . Nine and Seven brought back some big guns, and one notable exception apart, it was a close night. Seven easily won the first night of the non- ratings ratings battle -- the first skirmish of 2018 so to speak, despite another fall in the number of viewers for the first episode of

Glenn Dyer ’ s TV Ratings . Nigella proves a winner. In pay TV , the Paul Williams program on Sky News had 55,000 viewers last night and The Bolt Report managed 40,000 and both finished in the top 20 programs on Foxtel last night.

The Voice was the most watched non-news program with 1.24 million nationally, over MasterChef on 1.12 million (It was the most watched non-news program in the metros, but has weak regional support). House Rules was weak — 1.03 million last night and just 621,000 in the metros.

In regional areas Seven News was again clearly the most watched program with 609,000 viewers. Seven News/TT was second with 517,000, then Home and Away with 446,000, House Rules with 413,000 and The Voice with 406,000.

Network channel share:

  1. Nine (30.4%)
  2. Seven (25.2%)
  3. Ten (20.2%)
  4. ABC (16.7%)
  5. SBS (7.5%)

Network main channels:

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

  Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings ABC comes back strong tonight, hoping to unseat the reigning champs.Tonight is more interesting, the ABC returns its second core Wednesday night line up for the year — Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery at 8pm, Gruen at 8.30pm and The Weekly With Charlie Pickering and around 9.10pm. Now will this trio top the solid effort of Hard Quiz and Shaun Micaleff’s Mad As Hell and Sando? Yep, because Sando was the weak one. Nine starts the tired old Britain’s Got Talent at 8.30pm and then follows it with a fresh ep of Young Sheldon at 10pm. Over on Seven, new eps of Modern Family at 9pm which has moved from Ten, after Fox ended the supply contract with them.

Glenn Dyer ’ s TV Ratings . Apart from a strong showing for Seven in the regions and a decent night for Masterchef, it was a ratings night to forget all round.

Glenn Dyer ’ s TV Ratings . It's looking more like Australian Ninja Worriers at this point.

  1. Nine (23.2%)
  2. Seven (17.2%)
  3. Ten (13.9%)
  4. ABC (11.8%)
  5. SBS ONE (5.3%)

Top 5 digital channels:

  1. 7mate (4.5%)
  2. ONE (3.7%)
  3. GO (3.3%)
  4. Gem (3.0%)
  5. Eleven (2.5%)

Top 10 national programs:

  1. Seven News  — 1.655 million
  2. Seven News/Today Tonight — 1.517 million
  3. Nine/NBN News 6.30 — 1.308 million
  4. Nine/NBN News — 1.273 million
  5. The Voice (Nine) — 1.246 million
  6. A Current Affair (Nine) — 1.185 million
  7. Home and Away (Seven) — 1.146 million
  8. Masterchef Australia (Ten) — 1.127 million
  9. House Rules (Seven) — 1.034 million
  10. 7pm ABC News — 1.021 million

Top metro programs:

  1. Seven News — 1.046 million
  2. Seven News/Today Tonight — 1.0 million

Losers: Anyone who sat through the budget coverage on the ABC (me!) and House Rules on Seven. Third beind MasterChef and The Voice.

Metro news and current affairs:

  1. Seven News — 1.046 million
  2. Seven News/Today Tonight — 1.0 million
  3. Nine News (6.30pm) — 958,000
  4. Nine News — 937,000
  5. A Current Affair (Nine) – 825,000
  6. 7pm ABC News – 674,000
  7. The Project 7pm (Ten) — 558,000
  8. Budget: The Treasurer’s Speech (ABC) — 495,000
  9. Budget Special (ABC) — 416,000
  10. Ten Eyewitness News — 424,000

Morning (National) TV:

  1. Sunrise (Seven) – 451,000
  2. Today (Nine) – 3701,000
  3. News Breakfast (ABC, 141,000 + 104,000 on News 24) — 245,000
  4. The Morning Show (Seven) — 225,000
  5. Today Extra (Nine) — 161,000
  6. Studio 10 (Ten) — 84,000

Top five pay TV programs:

  1. AFL: 360 (Fox Footy) — 80,000
  2. NRL: 360 (Fox League) — 68,000
  3. Budget Speech (Sky News) — 50,000
  4. Back Page (Fox Sports) — 42,000
  5. Family Guy (Fox8) — 40,000

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings .
A struggle for nine and a solid night for the ABC, despite some dips.In regional areas, Seven’s night with the 6pm news on top at 609,000 viewers, followed by Seven News/Today Tonight with 496,000, House Rules on 464,000, then Home and Away in with 427,000 and the 5.30pm part of The Chase Australia with 420,000.

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