Ten’s repeat of Modern Family boosted by non-ratings period as V8s bow out on Seven

Modern Family, MumbrellaTen’s repeat offering of Modern Family at 8pm was the night’s most watched non-news or current affair program, pulling an audience of 631,000 as the show benefits from the non-ratings period and was the most-watched amongst the 16-39 demographic.

It helped Ten to an audience share of 10.9 per cent, beating the ABC’s share of 10.6 per cent. Both channels were beaten by Nine which grabbed a share of 18.6 per cent while Seven was the winner with a share of 22.5 per cent.

Seven’s most-watched non-news show was Coastwatch Oz at 8pm which grabbed an audience of 574,000, out-rated by Ten’s Modern Family and Nine’s 60 Minutes which had an audience of 709,000. Coastwatch Oz’s audience was down on last week’s audience of 647,000.

Bones at 8.30pm was watched by 616,000, beating Ten’s NCIS: New Orelans which had an audience of 460,000.

Nine’s top non-news show was a repeat of David Attenborough’s Life which drew an audience of 389,000 at 7pm, airing in just Melbourne and Sydney.

US crime series Gotham saw its audience tumble last night with only 368,000 viewers tuning in at 9pm, although the show was not broadcast in Perth. Last week in the 8.30pm timeslot the show drew an audience of 622,000.

It was the most time-shifted show of the week with an extra 126,000 viewers watching, taking its total audience to 544,000.

On the ABC, Antiques Roadshow was its top non-news show with an audience of 558,000 at 7.40pm and World Without End at 8.40pm was watched by 417,000.

Nine News won the night overall with an audience of 1.125m at 6pm, beating Seven News at 6pm which was watched by 1.048m.

Seven’s Sunday Night at 7pm pulled an audience of 1.048m and was the most watched show amongst the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics.

In sport, Seven’s coverage of the V8 Supercars Championship Grand Final in Sydney, the last race to air on the network with rights moving to Ten and Foxtel, saw 348,000 viewers tune in for the qualifying rounds from 1.30pm and 528,000 watch the rain-affected race from 3.30pm.

Top 15 Shows

1 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Network 9 1,125,000
2 SUNDAY NIGHT-SUMMER Network 7 1,102,000
3 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Network 7 1,048,000
4 60 MINUTES Network 9 709,000
5 ABC NEWS-SU Network ABC 688,000
6 MODERN FAMILY EP 2 RPT Network TEN 631,000
7 BONES Network 7 616,000 178,000
8 COASTWATCH OZ Network 7 574,000
10 CASTLE (R) Network 7 558,000
11 SEVEN’S V8 SUPERCARS ROUND 13: SYDNEY 500 D2 RACE 1 Network 7 528,000
12 MODERN FAMILY RPT Network TEN 509,000
13 ABC NEWS UPDATE-EV Network ABC 486,000
15 NCIS: NEW ORLEANS Network TEN 460,000

Audience Share
Network 7 22.5%
Network 9 18.6%
Network TEN 10.9%
Network ABC 10.6%
Network SBS ONE 5.8%
Network 7TWO 5.0%
Network ELEVEN 4.7%
Network 7mate 4.7%
Network GO! 4.1%
Network ONE 3.1%
Network Gem 3.2%
Network ABC2 2.3%
Network SBS 2 2.1%
Network ABC News 24 1.4%
Network ABC3 0.9%
Network NITV 0.3%

Total Audience Share

Network 7 TTL 32.2%
Network 9 TTL 25.9%
Network TEN TTL 18.7%
Network ABC TTL 15.1%
Network SBS TTL 8.1%

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.


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