Seven won its second successive week in primary and combined channel primetime shares.
The channel’s key properties driving that success were Seven News, House Rules and Home And Away. The AFL was again a big contributor with Thursday and Friday games and The Front Bar on Wednesday.
Seven managed the win despite posting its second lowest primary channel share in 14 weeks.
The result keeps Seven narrowly ahead of Nine in survey year-to-date, combined channel shares.
Nine was not far behind on both counts.
Nine was the home of the most-watched show of the week – The Voice Sunday with 1.09m watching.
Also performing for Nine last week were Nine News, A Current Affair and 60 Minutes.
Nine noted coverage of the Cricket World Cup on 9Gem helped a win in the network primetime commercial shares across the key demographics people 25-54s (38.1%) and shopper with child (38.2%).
10 posted its best primary and combined channel shares since January.
It’s best properties delivering for advertisers were Have You Been Paying Attention? and MasterChef.
In the next rung of performers were The Project, Five Bedrooms, The Graham Norton Show and The Living Room.
The ABC’s biggest audiences tuned in for Anh’s Brush With Fame and then the Saturday and Sunday 7pm news bulletins.
SBS share was at the lower end of the range across the past 10 weeks. It’s biggest audience came for the final of Who Do You Think You Are? with 312,000. Next best were 63 Up and Insight.