HD Ratings: Mom Makes TVNZ 2’s Day

My Kitchen Rules’ popularity is helping to turn Mom into TVNZ 2’s most highly-rated sitcom.

Monday’s episode averaged 5.0% of the network’s target audience, 18-49 year-olds,  5.0% of 18-49s, 4.0% of 18-39s and 8.4% of household shoppers with kids.

These were exceptional numbers for a 9pm half-hour, retaining most of the lead-in MKR delivered (8.3% of 25-54s, 6.0% of 18-49s, 4.8% of 18-39s, 10.9% of HHS/k).

While Mom won its slot in all the core commercial demographics, it couldn’t turbo-charge the season finale of lead-out Killing Eve.

It averaged 2.0% of 18-49s, 2.3% of 25-54s, 1.9% of 18-39s and 2.3% of HHS/k, to finish ahead of TVNZ 1’s Q + A but behind Three’s Special Victims Unit.

TVNZ 1’s 8.30 crime drama, Criminal Minds, improved over previous weeks thanks to a stronger lead-in, Surveillance Oz Dashcam.

Criminal Minds averaged 3.2% of 25-54s off the back of Surveillance’s 5.2%, and was competitive with Three’s The Rookie (3.9%) — but both suffered from MKR overlapping their opening half-hours.

Three Dancing With the Stars won its slot in the 18-49 demo (6.2%) but otherwise largely trailed MKR.

1 News at 6pm continues to dwarf Three’s Newshub Live while Seven Sharp comfortably out-rated The Project in all the key demos.

Prime’s 9.30 free-to-air broadcast of Game of Thrones: The Last Watch averaged only 0.5% of its target audience, 25-54 year-olds.

TVNZ 1 won the night in the 25-54 demo, Three in the 18-49 demo, and TVNZ 2 in the 18-39 and HHS/k demos.

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2 Responses to “HD Ratings: Mom Makes TVNZ 2’s Day”

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    May 31, 2019 at 1:11 pm

    Could we try having Mom at 6pm and see if this can work out? We need more stable and solid ratings throughout the week.

  2. Could we just give Mom a try out at 6pm, with all brand new episodes that will do very well? And also, why can’t we try putting on a proper soap opera series instead of Neighbours that might do better?

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