Seven’s new digital channel catches up to Nine

While Nine managed to win the Monday ratings race, Seven’s digital channel 7Two has caught up to its Nine-owned rival, Go, just over  a week after its launch.  

Nine had six programmes on the top 10 last night, with Two and a Half Men – 7:30pm the most watched show with 1.45m viewers, according to preliminary OzTam figures.

The channel led the night with a 27% share, followed by Seven with 26.4%. Ten attracted a 17.8% share, while its digital channel One attracted 0.9%.

Nine’s The Apprentice has been enjoying slight ratings increases in recent weeks, last night attracting 0.874m viewers.

Meanwhile, Seven’s new US drama Flash Foward has plateaued with almost 1.1m viewers.

Seven is seeing promising early results for its recently launched digital channel 7Two. Last night it took a share of 2%, which was on par with
Nine’s Go which also had a 2% share.

Monday’s channel share:

  • Nine: 27%
  • Seven: 26.4%
  • Ten: 17.8%
  • ABC1: 14%
  • SBS1: 8.1%
  • Go: 2%
  • 7Two: 2%
  • ABC2: 1.5%
  • One: 0.9%
  • SBS2: 0.2%

Monday’s top shop shows:

  1. Two and a Half Men, 7:30pm – Nine 1.5m
  2. Seven News – Seven 1.4m
  3. A Current Affair – Nine1.2m
  4. Two and a Half Men, 7pm – Nine 1.2m
  5. Highway Patrol – Seven 1.2m
  6. Today Tonight – Seven 1.2m
  7. The Mentalist – Nine 1.2m
  8. Destroyed in Seconds – Seven 1.2m
  9. Nine News – Nine 1.2m
  10. The Big Bang Theory – Nine 1.2m
  11. Home and Away – Seven 1.1m
  12. Flash Forward – Seven 1.1m
  13. Criminal Minds – Seven 1m
  14. ABC News – ABC 0.989m
  15. Good News Week – Ten 0.921m

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