Week 20 2021 - Preliminary
Weeks won - 2021 ratings
Weeks won - 2021
Week 20 2020
5 cities: Nine closed the gap, up 12,000 from the previous week, with that largely due to an improved performance in Brisbane. Seven was also up, but only by an average of 500. Compared to the COVID impacted results of last year Seven was down 19% and Nine down 14% from week 20 of 2020.
Sydney: Another clean sweep for Nine to an easy win across the week. Seven’s Friday number continues to struggle with last night’s the lowest number in 9 weeks and a whopping 64,000 behind Nine.
Melbourne: Three wins for Nine and wins for Seven on Wednesday and Friday saw another close result for Melbourne. Nine was ahead at 6pm and Seven won the 6.30 pm half hour to bring the contest to 6 wins each in the second half hour.
Brisbane: Five out of five wins for Nine in SEQ. Seven came close on a couple of nights but Nine increased it lead overall. Compared to week 20 of 2020 that Seven won, Seven is down 20% with Nine down 12%.
Adelaide: After last week’s close result, Nine lost an average of 4,000 viewers while Seven was up slightly winning both half hours. Nine did win two nights and continues to be the only bulletin up on the equivalent week from last year.
Perth: Way out west and Seven, even losing 12,000 viewers week-on-week maintained its big lead over Nine that was steady with week 19. The Nine bulletin is down the most of any in comparison to 2020, slipping 27%.