It looks as though Seven will close out the ratings year with both the most number of viewers as well as the most number of local programming flops.
The network leads the list of new programming failures with a range of new Australian shows failing to take hold in the domestic market.
While Seven enjoyed success with the return of ratings powerhouse Packed to the Rafters, its list of pulled shows is vast.
AFL magazine show The Bounce barely got off the ground before being pulled along with The White Room, which lasted just two weeks.
Reality shows ICU, Beat The Star and Australia Versus were all pulled form Seven this year after poor showings, alongside The Suspects, Under The Hammer and Russell Crowe’s Damage Control documentary.
Channel Nine pulled new Kate Richie drama Cops LAC during the year while TEN managed to escape without any casualties.