Nine wins the ratings week, and Ten achieves its highest weekly share for the year

Nine has won the ratings week – which runs Sunday through to Saturday – with a 29.7% share for the network, and a 19.7% share for its primary channel.

The Nine Network comfortably won last Sunday night with a 42.7% audience share thanks to The Block room reveals and multi-channel 9Gem achieving a 15.8% share from the broadcast of the conclusion of the third Ashes test.

Nine has won the 27th ratings week for the year

The Ashes also handed 9Gem the most watched multi-channel for the week with 4.8% share.

Nine also won Monday and Tuesday nights.

Seven came in just behind for the week, with a 28% network share. The Seven network won Wednesday through to Saturday nights, with Friday peaking at 34.3% for the network.

Last week, Seven’s reality dating program, The Proposal, launched on Tuesday night in the 8:30pm slot received just 307,000 metro viewers.

The Nine Network has just pushed ahead for the year, reaching a 29.7% share ahead of Seven’s 29.5%. Nine has now won 16 of the ratings weeks. Seven has won 11, and the two non-ratings weeks in April.

The Ten Network achieved its highest weekly share for the year with 19.2%, its strong performance in the key advertising demographics with The Bachelor on Wednesday and Thursday nights, reflected in its nightly shares with 22.3% and 24.6% for the network, respectively.

The following graphic was compiled by Nine, based on OzTAM data. It excludes ABC and SBS viewing, meaning percentage numbers will not match the numbers referred to above.


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