Weekend TV ratings Friday February 19, 2021

Gem screens first Super Rugby match on FTA TV

Australian Open keeps Nine #1, but Seven arrows the TV ratings gap

Nine kept its winning streak intact last night with the second of the men’s semi-finals from the Australian Open. Seven closed the TV ratings gap though, trailing by less then 2.0 in both primary and network share.

Friday TV ratings Metro primetime shares primary and network

ABC 14.2% (19.7%)
Seven 17.6% (27.2%)
Nine 19.4% (28.6%)
10 8.5% (16.2%)
SBS 4.2% (8.3%)

One week ago: Weekend TV ratings Friday February 12, 2021

Friday TV ratings Metro top 20 all people


1SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Channel 7893,000
2SEVEN NEWSChannel 7859,000
3NINE NEWSChannel 9714,000
52021 AUSTRALIAN OPEN D12 -NIGHTChannel 9548,000
62021 AUSTRALIAN OPEN D12 -NIGHT SESSION 2Channel 9504,000
7VERA (R)ABC TV467,000
8THE CHASE AUSTRALIAChannel 7443,000
1110 NEWS FIRSTChannel 10328,000
12THE PROJECT 7PMChannel 10316,000
13THE CHASE AUSTRALIA 5PMChannel 7292,000
142021 AUSTRALIAN OPEN D12 NIGHT PRE MATCHGO!, Channel 9284,000
15SEVEN NEWS AT 4.30Channel 7268,000
16SEVEN NEWS AT 4Channel 7265,000
17THE PROJECT 6.30PMChannel 10263,000
18SUNRISEChannel 7262,000
19M: CON AIRChannel 7226,000
20THE LIVING ROOM (R)Channel 10221,000


Friday TV ratings: Sports FTA and STV

Australian Open Breakout Match: Nine

Daniil Medvedev v Stefanos Tsitsipas
791,000 (Metro: 589,000 / Regional: 202,000)

Super Rugby

Reds v Waratahs
Gem 97,000 (Brisbane 46,000 Sydney 29,000)


AFLW St Kilda v Geelong
Fox Footy 28,000

Cricket: Sheffield Shield
Fox cricket 20,000

A-League Fox Sports
Adelaide v Central Coast 14,000

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