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The AM Show Wins the Week in 25-54

The AM Show Wins the Week in 25-54
Dancing with the Stars NZ Premieres 7pm Sunday

The AM Show won the week amongst 25-54s, winning their timeslot on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday morning. Duncan, Mark and Amanda had an average weekly rating of 1.6 and average weekly share of 29.9% in the commercially important demographic.

Friday nights on Three are the place to be, with Three winning the night amongst 25-54s. All new episodes of The Graham Norton Show won its timeslot with a 7.6 rating and a 27% audience share in the 25-54 demographic, followed by New Zealand’s favourite comedy 7 Days*. Hosted by Jeremy Corbett, 7 Days* also won its slot with a 5.1 rating and 18% share in the same demographic.

Kiwis are choosing Three for their movie fix with Sunday’s Premiere movie The Internship winning its timeslot. Starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, The Internship had a 3.2 rating amongst all people aged 25-54, with a 17.% share of audience.

MediaWorks has confirmed its full lineup for Dancing With The Stars NZ, with TV icon Suzy Cato and Bachelor alumni Naz Khanjani joining 10 other celebrity contestants. See the full lineup here. Dancing With The Stars NZ launches 7pm, Sunday 29th April, and continues 7.30pm, Monday 30th April on Three.

This week, the 2018 New Zealand International Comedy Festival kicks off! Attracting comedians from all over the world, as well as our best homegrown talent, the festival starts with the Best Foods Comedy Gala screening on Three this Friday night at 9.45pm. Hosted by Arj Barker and featuring 7 Days* captain Dai Henwood, this opener is a hilarious taster of what’s to come in the festival.

This Friday, engaged couple Karina and Dion are finally tying the knot thanks to Steve and Kath from The Breeze. Wellington-based Karina and Dion have been engaged for four years, but have yet to make it down the aisle - until they won Steve and Kath’s Wedding In A Week, which sees the couple plan their dream nuptials in just seven days.


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