Channel Seven’s challenge to Tens Master Chef, My Kitchen Rules has come and gone…. So, what’s the verdict??? Well, the good news is that the show did rate well in its debut season, peaking with a 1.5 million-viewer record for last night’s finale. Every episode managed to stay above the magical 1 million-viewer mark, and [...]
After all the hype about Seven’s new challenge to rival cooking show MasterChef, the results are in…and the verdict is not pretty for the network. After a summer of heavy promotion of the new show My Kitchen Rules, which included full banner advertisements n national newspapers, and regular commercial plugging on their network, the show [...]
Channel Nine has unveiled its programming schedule for the first week of the years ratings season, beginning Sunday, January 31. Some of the shows the network will return include: Two and a Half Men, The Big Bang Theory, Getaway, 20 to 1, Without a Trace, Cold Case and the final episode of the highly successful [...]
Channel Nines gamble with bringing Survivor back to prime time seems to have been a success, without setting the TV world on fire.
Australian Idol capped off a forgettable year in a positive style, drawing in its highest ratings total all year with 1.47 million tuning in for the Sydney Opera House Finale. While the figure was pleasing, it was still an indication the show was still on the decline, being well down on last year, and still [...]
There have been plenty of changes to GO!’s Sunday night programming with South Park, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Weeds making way for the good old fashion Sunday night movie.
Despite the success for its American counterpart, the Australian version of The Apprentice has failed miserably in its debut season. In only its second episode, the show has already sunk to a low in the ratings world, with only 657,000 people tuning into Channel Nine on Monday night to watch the show.
Nine’s Footy Show recorded massive audience figures for its extravagant finale last night at Rod Laver Arena, thanks largely to the AFL version of the show. In combination with the northern NRL version, the shows pulled a whopping 1.2 million viewers for its 8:30 pm time slot.