Hunted took the top spot in entertainment in the latest Total TV Top 20 Programs Consolidated 7 Audience VOZ report for Television Week 30.
Reportedly, from July 27 to July 23, the entertainment program had a total of 1.293 million viewers nationally, with BVOD contributing 7% of the viewership, bringing the total BVOD viewership to 84,000.
Speaking to Mumbrella last month, Marty Benson, Director of Endemol Shine Content, said, “This is by far the most exciting content I’ve had in my 25 years in the industry.”
Tamar Hovajimian, Partnership Director, Effect, Paramount ANZ, explained that the new format will give advertisers commercial importance.
“This show presents a really exciting opportunity for brands to be brave with the way they think about content and how they can integrate it – we can have a lot of fun with that!” Hovagimian said.
Overall, the top spot was Seven News, with a total of 1.583 million viewers, and a total BVOD audience of 36,000.
Nationally with 1.502 million viewers, Seven News at 6:30 pm was in second place, while on Sunday Seven News came in third with total TV viewership of 1.486 million. Nine News took the fourth spot on Sunday with 1.296 million viewers.
Seven of the top 20 programs had 7 spots in the top 20, including 4 spots for Seven News, 1 spot for The Chase Australia, 1 spot for Home and Away, and 1 spot for The Best of the Best and Worst of the Best. Best of and worst of red faces.
Nine out of 6 shows in the top 20, with Nine News taking 4 spots, 1 spot for Beauty and the Geek, and 1 for A Current Affair.
Ten had 4 places in the top 20, 3 places for the new format, 1 place for Hunted and Have You Been Paying Attention.
ABC had 3 places in the top 20, 2 places for ABC News and 1 for Gruen.