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TV Three Wins Two Nights Last Week

TV Three Wins Two Nights Last Week, KFC Edgefest Festival Hits Christchurch, Wellington & Auckland

Three won two nights in the commercially important 25-54 demographic last week – Tuesday and Friday. Tuesday evening saw a trio of timeslot wins from Grand Designs NZ* (25-54), Lost & Found* (25-54, 18-49) and Employable Me (25-54).

Friday saw Three win the day from start to finish, with The AM Show winning its timeslot across all four demographics in the morning (1.8 rating, 35.8% audience share), followed by Newshub Live at 6pm also winning its timeslot across all four demographics (5.1 rating, 27.3% audience share). 7 Days (25-54) and Fail Army (25-54) completed the winning line-up for the evening.

Married at First Sight NZ continues with a 6.0 rating and 18.3% audience share on Monday, followed by a timeslot winning episode last night (all four demographics) with a 6.8 rating and 27% audience share. The show is averaging a rating of 8.0 and 24.5% audience share for the season-to-date (25-54). This week we see the couples embark on home visits and come together for their first group dinner party.

Other Wins:

Thursday: The AM Show (all four demographics), Robocop (25-54, 18-49)

Saturday: Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (25-54, 18-39)

In radio, the countdown to KFC Edgefest is on with just four days until the first festival of the season hits Christchurch’s Horncastle Arena this Friday November 3rd, followed by Wellington’s TSB Arena on Saturday and Auckland’s Spark Arena on Sunday. Warm up with all of the bangers in the official KFC Edgefest Spotify playlist.

Finally, More FM’s Lana and Jase are welcoming back the Melbourne Cup for 2017! The race to find the fastest feline in the nation will take place next Monday November 6th, and this year, the More FM Drive team is taking the race to New Zealand’s unofficial feline hometown, Katikati. Cat Mums or Dads who want to take part in the Meowbourne Cup 2017 can register here.


MediaWorks is New Zealand’s largest independent broadcaster, reaching 4.29 million Kiwis through its TV, Radio and Digital platforms. The company owns and operates television channels Three and The Edge TV; radio brands The Edge, The Rock, More FM, The Breeze, The Sound, Mai FM, George FM, Magic, and RadioLIVE; a network of websites including and ThreeNow, and a family of mobile and tablet apps. MediaWorks’ entertainment and news brands and people are household names, with loyal, highly engaged audiences.

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