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Mediaweek’s 30 highest-rating TV shows of 2015

Here is Mediaweek’s list of the 30 TV shows that scored the highest ratings so far in 2015. There are still no new shows in the list but Seven’s Saturday and Sunday news are both higher this week while Nine’s The Block had a small increase ahead of its final week.

(Our format is rank, title, channel, audience in thousands, with only one entry per title.)

1 ICC World Cup (Nine) 2,404

2 Nine News-Sun (Nine) 1,941

3 Tennis: Aust Open Men’s Final (Seven) 1,880

4 My Kitchen Rules-Tue (Seven) 1,780

5 Asian Cup Final Aus v Kor (ABC) 1,635

6 One Day Cricket Aus v India (Nine) 1,475

7 New Year’s Eve Midnight Fireworks (ABC) 1,460

8 Seven News-Sun (Seven) 1,457

9 House Of Hancock Part 2 (Nine) 1,424

10 Third Test Aus v India (Nine) 1,300

11 The Block Triple Threat-Room Reveal (Nine) 1,287

12 60 Minutes (Nine) 1,283

13 I’m A Celebrity-Winner Announced (TEN) 1,224

14 Nine News-Sat (Nine) 1,200

15 Seven News-Sat (Seven) 1,191

16 Nine News (Nine) 1,163

17 Nine News 6:30 (Nine) 1,124

18 One Day Cricket Aus v Eng (Nine) 1,122

19 Inside The Siege: Untold Story (Seven) 1,118

20 New Tricks (ABC) 1,106

21 Gallipoli-Launch (Nine) 1,104

22 The Big Bang Theory (Nine) 1,099

23 How To Get Away With Murder (Seven) 1,069

24 Seven News (Seven) 1,069

25 Fourth Test Aus v India (Nine) 1,067

26 F1 World Championship-Race (TEN) 1,066

27 Australian Story (ABC) 1,044

28 Tennis: Aust Open Women’s Final (Seven) 1,019

29 The Doctor Blake Mysteries (ABC) 1,013

30 Sunday Night (Seven) 980

 

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