In recent weeks, Ten’s ratings have hit an all time low. Everybody Dance Now failed to connect with audiences and was promptly dumped from the schedule. I Will Survive, with ratings now in the 300,000′s is following the same path. The Shire is now even lower – not helped though by multiple timeslot changes, while Being Lara Bingle could almost be considered a success compared to how things are going now. Don’t Tell the Bride also is not exactly setting the ratings world on fire – settling over 500,000 so far. Continue reading »
Everybody Dance Now
Sure – the low figures can be explained by airing against Big Brother and The X Factor – not to mention starting a day earlier than originally planned or plain old lack of interest in the show - but an encore of a show rating this low on the main channel in prime time is very risky. Continue reading »
It’s official – Everybody Dance Now has now been axed. Effective immediately, and therefore out as of next Sunday, 2012′s new biggest flop makes way for another Sunday night makeover. Also out is David Attenborough while The Simpsons appears in another timeslot on Ten. Continue reading »
UPDATED. With Everybody Dance Now gone, Sunday night sees an episode of the Simpsons, Modern Family repeats, some Graham Norton and an NCIS repeat. Ten seem to have taken Shrek from Nine, with the first of the Shrek movies airing on Saturday night. Continue reading »
Yes - Ten needed to act on Everybody Dance Now – but the end result with programming next week will simply leave viewers more confused than ever. Continue reading »
Channel Ten have moved the poorly rating Everybody Dance Now to one hour on a Sunday and moved I Will Survive- Priscilla.
Ten’s head of programming David Mott said: “We believe in the Everybody Dance Now format. We have listened to the feedback from viewers and we are working with production company FremantleMedia to reset the show and make it more engaging for viewers.” Continue reading »
Everybody Dance Now has become the latest reality flop to hit our screens.
Debuting to 592,000, falling to 302,000 on its second day and sitting at 324,000 on its third, the show’s ratings are unsustainable for a prime time time slot. These figures are so low, that on Monday night, digital channels 7mate and 7TWO had more viewers than Ten at the same time. Continue reading »
Channel Ten is “disappointed” with the performance of Everybody Dance Now and is in talks with sponsors about make goods, its head of sales has said.
But despite the poor performance of the dancing show, advertising support remains strong for other upcoming launches with two sponsors onboard for drama Puberty Blues. Continue reading »
Team Kelly Triumphs On Everybody Dance Now! In case you missed it … haha!
Everybody Dance Now took viewers for a quickstep around the world tonight, traveling from the plains of Africa to an Indian farm and a New York burlesque club.
In a night when Dance Master Kelly Rowland upped the ante against Jason Derulo by claiming both winning spots, it was the amazing aerial displays by act Liam and Tamika that were truly out of this world. Continue reading »
This week sees Ten premiere Don’t Tell the Bride, Can of Worms and I Will Survive which airs on two nights. It also sees the finale of Masterchef All Stars on Sunday night August 19. Continue reading »