Fight Club - Football TV Ratings

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Fred wrote: Tue Oct 20, 2020 1:51 pm I think at night will help plus people who have set top boxes who may have gone to game being at home.

Got my tickets today. Will be a great game !!
i think people not aloud to go anywhere is alot bigger than people going to the game..

We all know how big Grand Final BBQ's are, and gatherings for the event.

than take into account, the 4000 plus clubs and pubs located across Victoria witch will be empty.


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AFLGF National 3.812m


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Yeah, good ratings for the lock down state.


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SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: RICHMOND V GEELONG Channel 7 2,979,000 413,000 1,583,000 383,000 265,000 335,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: PRESENTATIONS Channel 7 2,304,000 276,000 1,282,000 281,000 196,000 269,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: ON THE GROUND Channel 7 2,181,000 265,000 1,219,000 279,000 174,000 243,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: PRE MATCH ENTERTAINMENT Channel 7 1,481,000 161,000 851,000 203,000 117,000 148,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: POST MATCH Channel 7 1,008,000 84,000 575,000 88,000 73,000 188,000
SEVEN’S AFL: GRAND FINAL: PREVIEW Channel 7 535,000 60,000 297,000 76,000 46,000 57,000

https://tvtonight.com.au/2020/10/saturd ... -2020.html


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pussycat wrote: Sun Oct 25, 2020 11:42 am Yeah, good ratings for the lock down state.
They were great ratings regardless of the spin.

It was the third highest rating grand final of all time and the best since 2016.

Ratings were up in ALL metro capitals by double digit percentages. But Melbourne had its highest rating grand final ever. Metro audience outrated last years metro audience.

Spin it however you like but the game had a reach of 7.2m, and a market share of over 70%



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The NRL Grand Final game (2.103m 5CM; 2.967m national) was the only thing on television, as the other networks continued the tradition of programming filler content against it. The Pre-Show (1.29m) and Post-Game Wrap (1.145m) helped Nine to an overall primetime primary share of 42.6%; with a network share of 49.3%.

Wowsers! A good old fashion pants down arse whooping....
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The dominant force just ain't that dominant. :(/ :(/
There was more people watching the AFL in Metro than the NRL nationally. :rofl: :rofl:

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I guess it helps to be in lockdown.

Wasnt 'A Star is born' a big box office hit 18months months back. I wonder what they will run next weekl


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always an excuse for our Pussy


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pussycat wrote: Mon Oct 26, 2020 11:12 am I guess it helps to be in lockdown.

Wasnt 'A Star is born' a big box office hit 18months months back. I wonder what they will run next weekl
that "lockdown" gained you 600,000 viewers in Melbourne last night - 52,000 more last year, but 60,000 less than the 2018 Grand Final.



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pussycat wrote: Mon Oct 26, 2020 11:12 am I guess it helps to be in lockdown.

Wasnt 'A Star is born' a big box office hit 18months months back. I wonder what they will run next weekl
Not the first time it's been on pussy. Only rated 284k.
What's your next "but but"?



Media week....
Sunday TV

Seven: Up against the NRL Grand Final, Seven started with Billion Dollar Cruises: All at Sea which did a respectable 454,000.

The Sunday movie was 2018’s A Star is Born which was on 284,000.

Nine: The NRL match that saw the Storm hold off a second half Panthers resurgence had 2,103,000 watching across metro markets. Nine has calculated that the audience was up 20%+ year on year in key demos. The program was of course also #1 in all demos on Sunday and gave Nine a huge lead to start off the week.

Wins between now and the end of survey just five weeks away are crucial for boasting rights after Seven drew level last week. See separate item today.

The NRL Grand Final regional audience of 863,000 pushed the national average audience for the match to 2,967,000. That trailed the AFL Saturday crowd of 3.812m significantly.

10: An audience of 394,000 saw guest Jeff Kennett laying into Project co-host Peter van Onselen for suggesting Dan Andrews was not running a communist state. “Well what would you call it?” asked Kennett. “Over the top,” van Onselen replied before Kennett got stuck in.

10 then screened the most recent Graham Norton Show with 218,000 watching.

10 will be looking for a recovery this week as the two nights of football finals have been brutal with network shares of 6.3% and 10.9%.

ABC: It will be hard to improve on last night’s Restoration Australia which detailed the amazing work undertaken on a classic homestead just outside of Wellington in regional NSW. The audience was 494,000 which ranked the program #2 behind only the NRL Grand Final.

The series final of Grantchester then did 431,000 which also ranked #2 behind the football.


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Fred wrote: Mon Oct 26, 2020 1:14 pm always an excuse for our Pussy
Fred where exactly was the excuse?


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lockdown.....


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Isn't Victoria in lockdown Fred :hmm: Its a fact Fred , Just like its a fact to say that in the preceding years the NRL season has attracted more ratings ,higher ratings, and all at a better Average.

It would seem to me that you and LOL don't know what an excuse is, despite making an almost never ending amount of them.


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pussycat wrote: Mon Oct 26, 2020 4:34 pm Isn't Victoria in lockdown Fred :hmm: Its a fact Fred , Just like its a fact to say that in the preceding years the NRL season has attracted more ratings ,higher ratings, and all at a better Average.

It would seem to me that you and LOL don't know what an excuse is, despite making an almost never ending amount of them.
your a fucking hypocrite. You've made as many excuses this year as anyone has before. Its also a fact that streaming is more prelavant now than ever.

The hilarious part of it all is that apparently lockdown explains the Melbourne ratings for the AFL, but not the ones for the NRL.
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