The Nine Network today ends the official ratings period for 2012 as Australia’s number one primetime network for people 25-54, 18-49 and 16-39 across the 5 Cap City. Delivering more weekly wins for key demographics than any other network, Nine has delivered 14 out of the Top 20 programs, including the highest rating program in primetime – The Voice Winner Announced recording 3.325 million viewers across the 5 Cap City. Continue reading »
NEW ON NINE IN 2013
POWER GAMES: THE PACKER-MURDOCH STORY
From the creators of Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War comes the biggest drama event of 2013 – Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story. Continue reading »
While very niche it is thouroughly entertaining, has great celebrity guest judges that are respected and credible (sorry One Direction) and isn’t the same old cliched format that we have seen before. I think people may have made the mistake that it is a “gay” show – it is not. It’s a talent based competition that has fantastic entertainers that have been in Cats, Les Miserables, Phantom of The Opera and yes, Hi-5. Continue reading »
If you’re one of the 90,000 or so watching The Block NZ, and also one of the many who have also watched any of the Come Dine With Me franchise (there are a few now!) – so probably a handful of people – then you would have seen how The Block NZ did their own version of Come Dine With Me for the one and only week 3 challenge. Continue reading »
I’m generally not a fan of Nine / GO! / GEM promos as they seriously over-do them, but this one for The Block NZ – which premieres on GO! on Sunday August 12, 7.30pm caught my attention. Continue reading »
During the Olympics, GO! took over airing The Voice US as the competition moved into the elimination rounds. In the coming week, The Voice US will air over four nights, with the finale set to air on GO! Thursday August 9.
Then, in the following week “after the Olympics”, GO! will air New Zealand’s version of The Block. Continue reading »
Nine came out of Easter non-ratings hitting us hard with a record number of hours of reality TV as The Voice (Australia), The Block 2012 and Celebrity Apprentice’s second season all premiered in the same week, between April 15 and April 18, 2012.
The Block took over re-runs of The Big Bang Theory for Nine’s 7pm weekday timeslot, The Voice initially aired on three nights a week for the first few weeks, and Celebrity Apprentice aired on Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Press Release. In a fairy-tale ending to the 2012 renovation roller-coaster ride, all four couples on THE BLOCK have walked away massive winners – and once again The Block has proven to be the reality show with an ending no one could predict.
We’ve watched them work their renovation magic on The Block. Now host Eddie McGuire will ask the tough questions as Australia’s favourite renovators put their minds to the test to win the top prize. Continue reading »
This week sees the final week of The Block unfold, leading up to the auctions Sunday July 1. With no The Voice on Monday, Tricky Business moves from a start time close to 10pm on occasions, to a start time of 8pm, after The Block.
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