Seven Network Scoreboard for 2016

The Seven Network is number one for the tenth consecutive year winning not only total people but key demographic groups.

According to a network release today “In a year of major events, Seven continues to dominate the broadcast television landscape: primetime, all key audience demographics, news, major sports, breakfast television and morning television.”

7TWO took out the number one place for mutichannels while 7Mate was number one for 18-49 and 25-54.

Commenting, Seven’s Director of Programming, Angus Ross, said: “Twelve months ago we promised to be a more dominant number one in 2016 – and we are more dominant than ever, in this our tenth year of leadership. Seven is not only number one in all people. We are number one in all the key demographics. And, we are the only commercial network to grow share in all people and every demographic, widening our leadership over Nine and Ten.”

Key programming for Seven included Seven News that was number one across the 6-7 pm time spot.

At breakfast Sunrise averaged 319,000 viewers across the survey to Today’s 315,000 while The Morning Show enjoyed its tenth consecutive year of leadership in morning television averaging 156,000 compared to Nine’s Today Extra with 132,000.

The network also highlighted other key results:

Seven scores the number 1, 4 of the top five and 7 of the top 10 most-watched regular programs on television.

My Kitchen Rules (1.639 million), Wanted (1.243 million), Downton Abbey (1.161 million), House Rules (1.099 million) and The Secret Daughter (1.030 million) have underpinned Seven in 2016. The final of My Kitchen Rules delivers 2.096 million. Molly delivers 2.216 million and the final of House Rules scores with 1.324 million.

The AFL Grand Final on Seven (3.081 million) is the most-watched event overall and the most-watched sports event in 2016. The Olympic Games Opening Ceremony (1.619 million), The Melbourne Cup on Seven (2.066 million) and The Australian Open on Seven: The Men’s Final (1.634 million) and The Australian Open on Seven: Women’s Final (1.482 million) deliver outstanding performances.

See Ratings Year 2016 to discuss these ratings numbers in the Media Spy forums.

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