The 62nd Annual Logie Awards tops entertainment while Seven wins the week

The 62nd Annual Logie Awards on Nine has won entertainment on Sunday and topped all three key advertising demos.

The awards ceremony aired to a metro audience of 885,000 viewers, 318,000 regional viewers, and 49,000 viewers on BVOD, helping Nine win the night overall.

Seven took the week ending 18 June with a network share of 28.7% over Nine’s 27.2%, while Ten finished the week on 18.9% and the ABC with a 16.5% share.

Seven also managed to win the primary channel share for the week, with a 19.7% share ahead of Nine’s 18.2%, and the top multi-channel for the week was 7Mate and 7TWO, both on 3.5%.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 12 June, Sunday’s Seven News was the #1 program nationally across linear, with 1.311 million viewers, including 27,000 on BVOD and an uplift of 3%. The biggest uplift of the week was an episode of Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? On ABC, with an uplift of 72%.

Looking at Sunday’s ratings, next in entertainment was the Logies arrivals red carpet which aired to an average metro audience of 826,000 viewers.

Australia’s Top Ten of Everything saw an average of 538,000 metro viewers tune in.

MasterChef Australia on Ten saw 484,000 metro viewers tune in, followed by ABC’s Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears which had 340,000 metro viewers.

In sport, Sunday’s NRL game between the Bulldogs v Tigers pulled in 232,000 metro viewers.

Meanwhile, Seven News was the #1 metro program on Sunday with 944,000 metro viewers followed by Nine News on Sunday with 931,000 metro viewers. ABC News brought in 514,000. 7News Spotlight had 388,000 metro viewers. 10 News First aired to a metro audience of 286,000.

Nine won the night, taking an overall network share of 43.1% overSeven’s 19.6%, while Ten took a 15.3% share and the ABC had 13.9%.

Nine also won the primary channel share, and the top-rating multi-channel on Sunday was 9GO! with a share of 2.5%.

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