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Three Records Highest Weekly Share Since 2013

Three Records Highest Weekly Share Since 2013,
Wins Five Nights This Week


Three is celebrating its best week since October 2013 with an average share of 25.2%, winning five of the seven nights last week including winning the week in the crucial 25-54 commercial audience; Monday (25-54, 18-39, 18-49), Tuesday (25-54, 18-39, 18-49), Thursday (25-54), Friday (25-54) and Saturday (all four demos).

The Block NZ has continued its dominance winning its timeslot on Monday (25-54, 18-39, 18-49), Tuesday (all four demos), Wednesday (all four demos) and Sunday (all four demos) evenings. This week we see the teams tackle the living room while also taking part in dinner wars.

Westside’s winning streak also continues, taking out its timeslot for the third consecutive week on Monday evening (25-54, 18-39, 18-49).

On Tuesday evening, Three broadcast the new documentary: Diana: Our Mother. Her Life and Legacy just hours after it premiered in the UK, winning all four demographics and rating an 8.5 and 33.1% audience share. SVU also won its timeslot in 25-54 and 18-49.

Other timeslot wins included The AM Show on Friday morning (all four demos), Friday evenings The Graham Norton Show (all four demos) and the return of 7 Days (all four demos).

Finally, Saturday evening saw wins by Newshub Live at 6pm (all four demos) and family movie Shrek Forever After (all four demos).
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