THE FIFA Women’s World Cup is ongoing for Seven and attracts a large audience.
With 1.22 million tube viewers, the match between Australia and the Republic of Ireland was the number 1 show of the week. It grew to 1.97 million in Total TV.
With Seven news AND dancing with the Stars he helped Seven win the week.
Nine remained competitive thanks to the Ash series.
Master Chef Australia wrapped for 10 followed by the second season of Hunted down.
7 mad: 3.3
10 bold: 2.6
10 Fishing: 2.4
ABC TV Plus / 9GO!: 2.2
9Life / SBS VICELAND: 1.6
7flix / 9RUSH / ABC News: 1.4
SBS food: 1.2
7Bravo / SBS World Movies: 1.0
10 Shake: 0.7
ABC ME/NITV: 0.3
SBS world clock: 0.0
Nine led the demo 16-39 and 25-54.
Seven led on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Nine won on Wednesday and Friday. 10 Improved Nine Mondays. ABC improved by 10 on Wednesday and Saturday.
Seven achieved victory in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Nine won Sydney and Brissy.
Last week’s top brands were:
Seven: FIFA Women’s World Cup (1.22m), Seven news (889,000), dancing with the Stars (Sun: 614,000) e AFL’s seven (481,000).
Nine: Ash series (D1: 837,000), Nine news (Sun: 837,000), A current deal (619,000) e 60 minutes (532,000).
10: Master Chef Australia (Ann Winner: 698,000), Hunted down (Launch: 524,000), Have you been paying attention? (516,000) e The cheap seats 9352.000).
ABCs: ABC News (Sun: 543,000), Secondary roads (502,000), Four corners (466,000) e 7:30 (446,000).
SSB: Great Coastal Rail Journeys (185,000), News from the SBS world (148,000), Who the hell are we? (135,000) e Hindenburg: The cover (121,000).
Infogram provided by Nine: