(All ratings – 5 city metro combined and individual capitals – all figures in thousands)
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Everybody seems to love Packed to the Rafters. That and My Kitchen Rules, although the latter benefits from the “Manu effect”. Consequently Top Gear didn’t do very well, but NCIS did, even though it was beaten soundly it still delivered 1.136m for Ch10. The figures may be Hitler-esque but Ben Elton: Live From Planet Earth performed poorly again – how will this be resuscitated, if at all? 6PM with George Negus dipped slightly, while Ch7’s News won in MEL, ADL & PER, but Ch9’s service won in SYD & BNE (the latter by 10,000). This competition just gets more interesting by the day. Some good news for Ch10 with Lie To Me back to a timeslot win (vs Parenthood & Ben Elton).
Timeslot winners (nationally):
6:00pm: Seven News – Ch7
6:30pm: Today Tonight – Ch7
7:00pm: Home and Away – Ch7
7:30pm: My Kitchen Rules – Ch7
8:30pm: Packed to the Rafters – Ch7
9:30pm: Lie To Me – Ch10
Without doubt, Channel 7’s night across the board.
Numbers down for Tuesday nights on the digital multi’s because everyone is simply over at the primary channels watching stuff. Still, enough people hung around to make Neighbours number 1 again (down 100K on last night), and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire a distant second. Guess we know where a good chunk of the Rafters market is usually watching TV.
Eleven seems to have really found it’s place in the jungle of digital multichannels now, however the night was owned by GO! with 7Two a close second. Channel 7 easily took out the consolidated network win.