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Three Wins the Week in 25-54

24/10/17

Three Wins the Week in 25-54,

Wins Two Nights Last Week

Three won the week in 25-54 last week and is currently tracking on a 20.2 share year-to-date – an increase of 4.1% year-on-year. Three also won the night twice last week – Friday (all four demographics) and Sunday (25-54, 18-49, HHS).

Married at First Sight NZ continues as the couples attended a cocktail party and their first therapy session. The show won its timeslot on both Monday (25-54, HHS) and Sunday evening (25-54, 18-49) with an average rating of 8.0 and 23.9% audience share for the season to date (25-54). This week we see the couples move in together as they continue on their journeys.

On Thursday evening, The Project recorded its highest rating to date with an 8.1 and 27.4% audience share in the commercially important 25-54 demographic. Jesse, Kanoa and Rhys were joined by Marama Fox, Lisa Owen and Patrick Gower, delivering comprehensive analysis of the government announcement that evening.

Other Wins:

Monday: Tin Star (25-54)

Tuesday: The AM Show (all four demographics), Lost & Found* (25-54), Killer Women with Piers Morgan (25-54, 18-39, 18-49)

Thursday: Tower Heist (25-54, 18-49)

Friday: The Graham Norton Show (25-54, 18-49, HHS), 7 Days (all four demographics), Fail Army (all four demographics)

Sunday: Bad Neighbours (all four demographics)

In radio, The Sound is asking listeners to nominate their favourite five tracks for The Sound's Hall of Fame Countdown which kicks off on Monday 30th October at 9am. Every nomination gives listeners a chance to head to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the USA! Listeners can vote for their tracks HERE.

-ENDS-


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