A little gem

Top 20 most time shifted shows

  1. Gotham: 66970 (TV2, 8:30pm – 9:30pm)
  2. A Place to Call Home: 52320 (TV ONE, 9:45pm – 10:45pm)
  3. The Brokenwood Mysteries: 51350 (PRIME, 8:30pm – 10:30pm)
  4. Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D: 50950 (TV2, 9:30pm – 10:30pm)
  5. My Kitchen Rules New Zealand: 32470 (TV ONE, 7:30pm – 8:35pm) Continue reading »

After it was announced that The Paul Henry Show would be vacating its late night news and current affairs timeslot so Mr Henry could take up a role in breakfast television (and radio), there was no real change to the average audience. Up by an even smaller percent than Seven Sharp this week, 84,994 viewers per night tuned in.

Tonight was up 8%, however, with an average audience of 103,576.

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December 3, 1985, Barry Norman interviewed Michael J Fox at the Royal Premiere of Back to the Future at the Empire cinema in London’s Leicester Square for the BBC TV show ‘Film ’85′.  The Premiere was in the presence of TRH Prince Charles and Princess Diana

 

 

There was barely any movement this week for Seven Sharp with an ever so slightly lift of the average audience to 421,938 viewers per night. Campbell Live enjoyed a 2% lift to 229,098.

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Most watched

  1. One News: 586,810 (TV ONE, 6:00pm – 7:00pm)
  2. Sunday: 535,850 (TV ONE, 7:00pm – 7:30pm)
  3. Call The Midwife: 433,850 (TV ONE, 8:35pm – 9:45pm)
  4. My Kitchen Rules New Zealand: 431,090 (TV ONE, 7:35pm – 8:35pm)
  5. A Place to Call Home: 339,000 (TV ONE, 9:45pm – 10:45pm)

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The producers got what they wanted:  by letting the bad boy in, they got more publicity than they could ever hope to get normally as the tired show format is looking to grab viewers for another lackluster season

A contestant on Lord Sugar’s Apprentice show who claimed ‘I’m very, very aggressive’ is a convicted thug who assaulted two men, biting one’s ear, it emerged today.

James Hill, 27, beat up a bus driver who was talking to his girlfriend, hitting him with ‘punch after punch’ in an unprovoked attack that left the victim scarred for life.  Months later, he was involved in another brawl in which he bit a man’s ear. Continue reading »