Nine edges closer to winning 2019 with another weekly ratings win

Nine has won another week, holding 29.0% of the audience share at a network for the week, above Seven’s 27.1% and Ten’s 19.2%. Nine was also the most popular channel of the week with a 19.5% share.

Nine won Sunday, Tuesday and Friday, while Seven took Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Ten won Monday and had the most-watched program of the week with the reveal of the final episode of The Masked Singer, which drew 1.372m metro viewers on Monday night.

Nine is another week closer to a yearly win in the TV ratings

Nine was also the most-watched network with the key advertising demographics of 25-54 and 16-39, holding 38.8% and 35.8% respectively.

Nine now holds 29.6% of the year to date total people share, over Seven’s 29.3% and Ten’s 17.2%.

On Saturday, Seven News was the most-watched program with 756,000 metro viewers, followed by Nine News with 652,000 and ABC News on 522,000. Ten’s Rugby World Cup coverage of the England vs New Zealand match drew 467,000 metro viewers.

ABC drama series The Good Karma Hospital was the most-watched entertainment program with 405,000 metro viewers. Of the movie offerings for the night, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope was the most popular with 337,000 metro viewers.

Seven won the night overall, holding a network audience share of 30.1% above Nine’s 29.3%, Ten’s 17.6% and ABC’s 15.3%. Despite losing in the network share, Nine was the most-watched channel overall, holding 18.6%.

The following graph was supplied by Nine and is compiled without ABC and SBS data. The figures may differ from those used above. 


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