HD Ratings: Britain’s Not Got Enough Talent

Britain may have talent — but not enough to topple TV3’s NCIS in its 11th season.

The long-running procedural largely won the 8.30 hour with 5.6% – 9.6% of the key demographics.

It lost only among adults 18-39 to the penultimate episode of Step Dave (4.6% – 7.4%).

TV One’s HD premiere of Britain’s Got Talent (4.0% – 6.8%) out-rated Step Dave in the 25-54 and household shopper demos but not among adults 18-39 and 18-49.

At 9.30, NCIS: Los Angeles (4.6% – 7.1%) seesawed with TV2’s Revenge (5.3% – 8.7%) and won the hour with adults 18-49 and 25-54.

The NCIS combo’s appeal and a competitive 3News bulletin helped TV3 to win the night with its target 25-54 audience but TV2 dominated in the other demos — and that was despite a fall in Don’t Trust Andrew Mayne’s popularity, which averaged 7.2% – 10.5% compared to 9.0% – 11.4% for its premiere.

Also down at 7.30 were TV One’s crimebusters Women in Blue (6.6% – 9.2%) and Water Patrol (5.6% – 7.3%).

Tuesday’s peak-hour HD channel ratings and shares were:

  • Adults 18-49: TV One, 5.8 rating/19.9 share; TV2, 7.3 rating/24.9 share; TV3, 6.3 rating/21.7 share
  • Adults 18-39: TV One, 5.5 rating/19.5 share; TV2, 8.2 rating/29.1 share; TV3, 5.5 rating/19.7 share
  • Adults 25-54: TV One, 7.2 rating/22.4 share; TV2, 6.8 rating/21.1 share; TV3, 7.7 rating/23.9 share
  • HHS: TV One, 7.2 rating/20.6 share; TV2, 10.2 rating/29.1 share; TV3, 7.9 rating/22.5 share.
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One Response to “HD Ratings: Britain’s Not Got Enough Talent”

  1. Britain may have talent. But NCIS has dead bodies, guns, science and fistfights!

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