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Dancing with the Stars NZ Continues to Be Ratings Hit

Dancing with the Stars NZ Continues to Be Ratings Hit,
Three Wins Friday Night


Dancing with the Stars NZ continues to be an audience favourite winning its timeslot last night with an 8.5 rating and 27.0% share in the key 25-54 demographic. Following Monday nights 7.1 rating and 21.5% share, the show is averaging a rating of 9.1 and 25.8% share for the season-to-date.


The show continues from 7.30PM tonight where the remaining stars will perform ahead of the next elimination.


The Project had its best week of the year last week averaging a 14.4% share, winning the current affairs line-up in the 25-54 demo on Wednesday and Thursday nights with a 19.1% and 16.7% share respectively.


Heading into the weekend, Three’s Friday night lineup of The Graham Norton Show (7.2 rating, 23.2% share), 7 Days* (6.4 rating, 24.8% share) and Funny Girls* (3.3 rating, 17.2% share) led to Three winning the night with each show winning its timeslot in the 25-54 demo.


Other wins for the week included:
Tuesday - Lost and Found* (7.2 rating, 22.9% share)


On radio, the Mai Kings and Queens Countdown is back. This Queen’s Birthday Sunday (June 3), Mai FM will be counting down the Kings of hip hop and RnB and on the Monday (June 4), the team will count down the Queens… get your votes in below, help decide our royal winners, and you could win a PlayStation 4! Voting closes 2nd June at midnight. Click here for more information.


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