The news comes a day before its 2019 Allfronts event in Sydney.
Seven’s director of network programming Angus Ross said: “After a close win last year, we promised to up our game in 2018, and the team has delivered in spades.
“We’ve broken records and dominated the ratings throughout the year. In fact, in every month we have never dropped below a 39% share, while our competitors have never been above 39%. Our worst is still better than their best.
“What’s particularly pleasing is that this success is down to the strength and depth of our programming across the board. From 6am to midnight, we have the strongest spine of ratings winners, bar none. And with the AFL and cricket locked up until 2022, Seven can guarantee those mass audiences and certainty for our advertisers for years to come.
“We’re now looking forward to unveiling our plans for 2019 at our Allfronts tomorrow.”
Seven West Media chief revenue officer Kurt Burnette said: “We said we would deliver and we did. It’s always an incredibly important outcome for us when we can deliver for our partners and it is our very clear objective to do that again with audience and business solutions in 2019.”
Seven is on track to win in the following categories:
• No.1 Network for Total People – Seven Network (For the 12th consecutive year)
• No.1 Channel for Total People – Channel 7 (For the 12th consecutive year)
• No.1 Multichannel for Total People, P25-54 & Men – 7mate
• No.1 All Day (6am-midnight) – Seven Network
• No.1 Primetime (6pm-midnight) – Seven Network
• No.1 BVOD Live Streaming (Commercial FTA) – 7plus
• No.1 News – 7 News
• No.1 Breakfast – Sunrise
• No.1 Mornings – The Morning Show
• No.1 Winter Sport – AFL
• No.1 Drama – The Good Doctor
• No.1 Lifestyle – Better Homes & Gardens
• No.1 5-6pm Weekdays – The Chase Australia
• No.1 New Aussie Show – The Real Full Monty
• No.1 Non-sport one-off event: Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan
All results are excluding the Commonwealth Games.
Furthermore, at this point in the ratings year, the Seven Network:
• Is leading the P25-54, P16-39 and P18-49 demographics, and is on track to win them all
• Has the highest commercial share of Total People in OzTAM ratings history (40.4%)
• Has its highest ever shares of P25-54 (37%), P16-39 (36.7%) and P18-49 (36.7%)
• Is the only commercial network to have increased share YoY across Total People, P25-54, P16-39 and P18-49
• Has won 28 of the 33 non-Commonwealth Games ratings weeks