Tag Archives: Modern Family

HD Ratings: Roseanne Not So Rosy

Thursday’s Roseanne recorded season-low ratings. The hit reboot that Three fast-tracked from the US averaged 2.8% of the network’s target audience, 25-54 year-olds, compared to 3.5% the previous week. Lead-out Modern Family also slipped week-on-week, from 3.6% to 2.9%, while the movie, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, averaged 3.4% versus 3.7% for Robin Hood on […]

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Roseanne’s Kiwi Glow Still Rosy

Three says it is “incredibly happy” with how Roseanne (7.30 Thursdays) is rating in this market. “We were incredibly happy with the performance of Roseanne‘s premiere episode, as it won its timeslot in 25-54, with a 4.7 rating and a 15.6 share,” a MediaWorks publicist says. “In turn, it lifted the performance of Modern Family at 8pm, which rated […]

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HD Ratings: Roseanne Makes Robust Debut

Roseanne’s season 10 premiere didn’t rock the ratings here but proved competitive for Three and lifted lead-out Modern Family’s viewership. The show’s return last week averaged 3.3% of the network’s core 25-54 audience, compared to 3.6% for the opening half-hour of TVNZ 2’s movie, Transformers, and 4.0% for TVNZ 1’s Karena & Kasey’s Kitchen Diplomacy. […]

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HD Ratings: Will Roseanne Up the Ante for Three?

Three will be banking on next week’s return of modernised family sitcom Roseanne to salvage its Thursday comedy hour. The reboot of the ’90s hit will take over Modern Family’s 7.30 slot and the latter will shift to 8.00, displacing 9JKL. Last night 9JKL ended its run mid-season after rarely rising above 2% of Three’s target audience, […]

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HD Ratings: Herculean Win for Three

Three’s repeat of the Dwyane Johnson  movie, Hercules, strong-armed the competition on Thursday. It won in all the core commercial demographics, with channel shares of 15.8% – 23.9%. It averaged 3.8% of Three’s target audience, 25-54 year-olds, compared to 1.9% for Our Dream Hotel and 1.4% for Coronation Street on TVNZ 1. TVNZ 2’s First Dates […]

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HD Ratings: Bourne’s Legacy Unbeatable

A re-run of a six-year-old Jason Bourne movie mostly out-rated the competition in the key demographics on Thursday. Three’s Bourne Legacy averaged 4.5% of 25-54 year-olds and 3.8% of 18-49 year-olds. It drew 2-3 times the 25-54 viewership of TVNZ 1’s The History of Comedy (2.0%) and Coronation Street (1.6%) while leading TVNZ 2’s First […]

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HD Ratings: Huge Appetite for Eat Well

TVNZ 1’s Eat Well for Less has become one of the biggest hits of the new season. Thursday’s season finale averaged 7.5% of the 25-54 demographic, 5.7% of 18-49, 4.3% of 18-39 and 6.4% of household shoppers with kids. It won the 7.30 hour in all the key commercial demos against TVNZ 2’s Family Food […]

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HD Ratings: Stand-Up Comedy a Stand-Out

TVNZ 1’s new History of Comedy series is leaving the network laughing in the ratings. Thursday’s episode averaged 5.1% of the channel’s 25-54 target audience, compared to 3.3% for TVNZ 2’s The X-Files and 2.9% for Three’s re-run of the movie Jarhead. It also largely won the hour in the other core commercial demographics but […]

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Prime Puts Modern Family Into Storage

Prime at last has seen sense and is dropping its re-runs of Modern Family opposite Three’s.  This week both channels went head-to-head at 7pm with repeats of the Emmy-winner: season five aired on Three and season eight on Prime. But from Tuesday, Prime will repeat Storage Wars instead. Modern Family used to be a signature […]

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Christmas Week HD Highlights on Three

The pick of Three’s underwhelming primetime Christmas highlights are a fast-tracked Graham Norton special, with guests Will Smith, Jenna Coleman, Jamie Oliver and musician Tom Chaplin, and a seasonal extravaganza from Jono and Ben. In order of transmission: Movie: Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas (7.00 Saturday) Movie: Die Hard (8.30 Sunday) Modern Family […]

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