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Reel Late With Kate A Hit

Reel Late With Kate A Hit With Viewer Numbers Surging After Three Weeks

Kate Rodger’s new film show Reel Late With Kate has shown a staggering 80% share increase since it launched in July.

After three weeks on air the show has gone from a 10.4% share, to an 18.7% share in all people 5+.

And 50,000 more people are watching now than three weeks ago, going from 72, 800 viewers to 122, 800 in the same demographic – a whopping 69% increase.

Kate says she is thrilled with the results and rapt people have embraced the show, demonstrating there is a real demand from kiwi movie lovers for a locally-made film show.

“I knew I wasn’t the only film junkie out there, and to see so many fellow addicts staying up to watch Reel Late with Kate is just the coolest thing ever,” Kate adds.

So far, the show has been seen by a total cumulative audience of 466,700 people aged 5 +.

Fellow Executive Producer, Charlotte Purdy adds: “It shows the popularity of movies for New Zealanders, but also the popularity of Kate. She’s a fantastic presenter and the show’s an entertaining watch.”

This week on Reel Late With Kate Oscar Kightley reviews Angelina's Jolie's new action movie “Salt'; Kate takes a closer look at 'Scott Pilgrim vs. The World'; and viewers are taken behind the scenes of Tom Cruise’s latest movie “Knight and Day”.

Reel Late with Kate is Kate’s own film review show for TV3 and screens on Sundays at 10.25pm.


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