HD Ratings: Christie Lifts Prime

Prime TV’s Sunday night premiere of And Then There Were None improved on the previous week’s Lewis case in its Weekend Murders slot.

The Agatha Christie dramatisation averaged 2.0% of the channel’s target audience, 25-54 year-olds, compared to 1.7% for Lewis. Its share of this viewership improved from 7.1% to 8.2%.

The premiere benefitted from lead-in 9 Months That Made You rating higher than the week before, with a 25-54 average of 1.5%.

While these were gains for Prime, its programming lagged far behind the competition, with TV One’s Hillary averaging 4.3% of 25-54s and the movies on TV2 and TV3 3.0% – 4.2%.

Thanks to the pulling power of One News and Sunday, TV One won the night in three of the four core commercial demos while TV3 out-rated TV2 in each and won with 18-39s.

Below are the primetime ratings tables for Sunday in the 25-54, 18-49 and 5+ contests (the first number under the programme’s title is the rating average and the second number the channel share):

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