Over 2m for final performances on The X Factor
Seven’s The X Factor jumped to 2.02m metro viewers for the final live performances last night, helping the network to more than 35 per cent of the free to air audience and pushing Nine’s Australia’s Got Talent down to 712,000.
The X Factor show – the biggest of the series – featured a live performances from One Direction, as well as the final three contestants – Dami Im, Taylor Henderson and Jai Wetford. The show was number one in all people and the most watched program in people 25-54 according to the preliminary overnight metro ratings from OzTAM. The winner will be announced tonight.
Meanwhile Australia’s Got Talent was ninth in all programs and ninth in the 25-54 demographic. Nine’s 60 Minutes fell to 830,000 viewers, down from more than 1.3m last week.
Seven’s US drama The Blacklist reach 1.39m viewers.
Ten’s Elementary, a new episode of the American Sherlock Holmes drama, averaged 545,000 viewers and was third in the 8.30pm time slot after The Blacklist and 60 Minutes.
And Ten’s Modern Family on Ten averaged 710,000 viewers. However the ABC1 nature documentary Kakadu was more popular with an average 771,000 viewers.
Nine’s share of the audience was 16.1 per cent and Ten had a 10.1 per cent audience share.
Last week Seven had the biggest share of the audience between Sunday and Saturday with 23.2 per cent, followed by Nine with 18.9 per cent. ABC1 had an average 14.6 per cent share of the audience from Sunday to Saturday last week, while Ten’s weekly audience share was 11.8 per cent.
Sunday’s top 15 shows:
- The X Factor Grand Final Performance 2.02m
- Seven News Seven 1.457m
- James Spader’s The Blacklist Seven 1.391m
- Nine News Nine 997,000
- 60 Minutes Nine 830,000
- ABC News ABC1 791,000
- Kakadu ABC1 771,000
- Castle Seven 765,000
- Australia’s Got Talent Nine 712,000
- Modern Family Ten 710,000
- Seven’s V8 Supercars Round 12: Gold Coast 600 – D2 Seven 637,000
- ABC News Update ABC1 620,000
- Modern Family Rpt Ten 594,000
- Elementary Ten 545,000
- Luther ABC1 501,000
- Seven 35.2%
- Nine 16.1%
- ABC1 11.8%
- Ten 10.1%
- 7mate 4.4%
- SBS ONE 4.0%
- ONE 3.7%
- GO! 3.5%
- 7TWO 3.3%
- ELEVEN 1.9%
- ABC2 1.9%
- Gem 1.8%
- ABC News 24 0.8%
- SBS 2 0.7%
- ABC3 0.6%
- NITV 0.1%
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