Ten Network - Programs and Schedules

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#4751

Aside from obvious habitual factors, the thing not mentioned in that article is that both Seven & Nine are hugely advantaged by having considerably stronger news/current affairs & sports departments (and therefore, stronger incentives for viewers to stay tuned to the network for extended periods of time) than Ten.


#4752

That is so true. Seven’s 6 - 7pm hour is highly successful, and is not going to change for a while. Anything Ten airs in that slot, will sadly disappoint in the tv ratings. Particularly on the Weekends.


#4753

Why 9.30pm for Neverland Part 2? What’s so good that’ll be airing at 8.30pm?


#4754

Probably One Born Every Minute.


#4755

So why TBA it now? Don’t they want people to know?

Not like Seven or Nine will do anything different.


#4756

Its more like Ambulance Australia, as One Born Every Minute has been put on hold for the moment.


#4757

Ambulance Australia will be on Tuesdays. Do you mean Ambulance UK?


#4758

It’s probably an encore of the same episode from Tuesday…


#4759

According to TV Week it had been Bull.


#4760

I think Ten should have scheduled the DWTS encore that aired late last night much earlier on Saturday; perhaps even taken a risk with 6pm.


#4761

I find most of these analyses pretty one dimensional. While much of what is said in this particular one is correct, how can you write an article about a modern TV network without mentioning even once the word “demographics”? And, it seems to be a pretty common omission. For example, I saw criticism somewhere regarding Thursday’s ratings commenting that Ten’s main channel was beaten by ABC’s; yet 10 was (easily) the number one channel in the key advertising demos and had triple the audience of ABC. Worth a mention I would have thought.


#4762

But difficult when those numbers aren’t provided for discussion by OzTAM.


#4763

When it comes to ‘mainstream’ reporting of ratings, total viewers is the only metric that matters. Sure, demos are the key metric for advertisers and some networks. However, the only people who care about those figures (aside from networks and advertisers) are people who follow the media closely such as ourselves. All the general public are interested in is things like what are the top-rating shows and whether a certain show is beating another one (eg; the focus surrounding Today’s current ratings woes)

It’s like the ‘shots on target’ stat in soccer - fans might look at it to see how many chances both teams had. However, the way matches are reported naturally focuses on how many goals were scored


#4764

Media outlets would subscribe to much more data than what we mere mortals get for free


#4765

I phoned network ten Perth and asked what is in the time slot at 6pm. Unfortunately, it says To Be Advised. Following the Adelaide v8 Supercars, they have news. I am guessing that they might play repeat of David Attenborough documentary, followed by double episodes of Bondi Rescue. At 7:30pm, it will be changing rooms.


#4766

Schedule Update

Friday 1 March
07:30 pm The Graham Norton Show S24 Ep15 Guests: Dame Judi Dench, Sir Kenneth Branagh, Anthony Joshua, Greg Davies, Noomi Rapace & Claire Richards
08:30 pm Hughesy, We Have A Problem Rpt
09:30 pm Dancing With The Stars Rpt

Saturday 2 March
07:30 pm TBA
09:10 pm Ambulance Rpt
10:25 pm NCIS: New Orleans Rpt x 2


#4767

Wow, they’ve finally dumped Changing Rooms.

The 7:30 Saturday TBA could be One Born Every Minute.


#4768

Is Hughesy on Friday’s an encore or original?


#4769

Encore


#4770

Thanks. If it can’t lift in coming weeks it should be axed. It has had enough of a chance and he’s got a high profile.