News

The Block: Glasshouse finale wins the night with 2.764m for winner announcement

The Block: Glasshouse finale drew 2.764m for the winners announcement at 8.35pm, with NSW brothers Simon and Shannon winning after their apartment sold for $1.565m, a profit of $335,000.

The rest of the two hour auction show, which kicked off at 6:30pm on Nine, was watched by 1.796m with 2.327m tuning in for the auction part of the finale at 7.50pm.

After two contestants finished the show only pocketing $10,000 viewers took to social media to sympathise and critique the high reserves of the properties which left the contestants struggling to win more money.

It was the highest reality show of the year.

Nine won the night with an audience share of 31.8 per cent, trumping closest rival Seven’s share of 24.6 per cent.

The Block: Glasshouse provided a tidy lead-in for the channels new program Gotham, which explores the origins of Batman, and was watched by 1.239m directly after The Block. The second episode at 9.30pm saw its audience drop away to 896,000.

On Seven, The X Factor Live Performance was watched by 1.13m, with the show running over 39 minutes due to the Bathurst 1000 running into primetime after delays in the race due to issues on the track resulting in a race suspension.

Sunday Night, which ran after X Factor, was watched by 984,000.

The Bathurst 1000, which aired on Seven during the day, saw 2.3 million viewers tune in for the final ten minutes of the race. OzTam reported the race drew an audience of 1.224m, with 1.559m watching the podium presentations and 1.781m watching the wrap up.

In the news battleground, Seven won the night with 1.504 while Nine News was watched by 1.058m.

Meanwhile on Ten, which only managed an audience share of 8.7 per cent, Modern Family was its most watched show, attracting an audience of 461,000. Scorpion grabbed an audience of 415,000 and NCIS: New Orleans was watched by 410,000.

Over on the ABC, which beat Ten with a share of 9.1 per cent, The Code at 8.30pm was watched by 578,000 while Compass at 6.30pm drew an audience of 350,000. Dr Who a6 7.40pm was watched by 526,000.

On Friday night, the ABC’s Friday Night Crack Up, an entertainment fundraising event as part of the network’s Mental As programming which raised over $1m for mental health research, was watched by 584,000.

Friday night was also the launch of the A-League on SBS, with the live game between Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers watched by 215,000.

The top 15 shows:
1 THE BLOCK GLASSHOUSE -WINNER ANNOUNCED Network 9 2,764,000
2 THE BLOCK GLASSHOUSE -AUCTION Network 9 2,327,000
3 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Network 7 1,990,000
4 THE BLOCK GLASSHOUSE -GRAND FINAL Network 9 1,796,000
5 SEVEN’S V8 SUPERCARS ROUND 11: BATHURST D3 THE WRAP-UP Network 7 1,781,000
6 SEVEN’S V8 SUPERCARS ROUND 11: BATHURST D3 THE PODIUM Network 7 1,559,000
7 GOTHAM Network 9 1,239,000
8 SEVEN’S V8 SUPERCARS ROUND 11: BATHURST D3 THE RACE Network 7 1,224,000
9 THE X FACTOR LIVE PERFORMANCE Network 7 1,187,000
10 SUNDAY NIGHT Network 7 1,086,000
11 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Network 9 1,048,000
12 GOTHAM -EP2 Network 9 896,000
13 SEVEN’S V8 SUPERCARS ROUND 11: BATHURST D3 THE FINAL COUNTDOWN Network 7 785,000
14 CASTLE Network 7 776,000
15 ABC NEWS-SU Network ABC1 775,000

Sunday night’s share:

  • Nine 31.8%
  • Seven 24.6%
  • ABC1 9.1%
  • TEN 8.7%
  • SBS ONE 4.8%
  • 7TWO 4.0%
  • GO! 3.0%
  • 7mate 3.1%
  • ONE 3.1%
  • ELEVEN 2.2%
  • Gem 2.0%
  • ABC2 1.6%
  • ABC News 24 0.9%
  • SBS 2 0.7%
  • ABC3 0.6%
  • NITV 0.1%

Data OzTAM Pty Limited 2013. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of OzTAM.

ADVERTISEMENT

Get the latest media and marketing industry news (and views) direct to your inbox.

Sign up to the free Mumbrella newsletter now.

 

SUBSCRIBE

Sign up to our free daily update to get the latest in media and marketing.