The Block Triple Threat soars to #2 in Mediaweek’s top 30 TV shows of 2015

Here is Mediaweek’s list of the 30 TV shows that scored the highest ratings so far in 2015. The Block Triple Threat reached a new high when more than two million viewers took it to #2 with its Winner Announced episode. No new titles entered our list in week 18 but Seven’s Sunday Night moved up from #30 to #27 as its audience increased to 1.02 million.

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

1 ICC World Cup (Nine) 2,404

2 The Block Triple Threat-Winner Announced (Nine) 2,024

3 Nine News-Sun (Nine) 1,941

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

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

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

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

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

9 Seven News-Sun (Seven) 1,457

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

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

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 Sunday Night (Seven) 1,060

28 Australian Story (ABC) 1,044

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

30 The Doctor Blake Mysteries (ABC) 1,013

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