In a year of major events, Seven continues to dominate the broadcast television landscape. Seven is the most-watched network on primary channels and combined audiences of primary and digital channels.

This is Seven’s eighth consecutive year of market leadership in primetime.

Building on this leadership in primetime, Seven is number 1 in breakfast television for the eleventh consecutive year and number 1 in morning television for the eighth consecutive year.

Seven dominates the most-watched events – with My Kitchen Rules the most-watched primetime event on television in 2014 and AFL on Seven: The Grand Final the most-watched sports event.

Two new projects for Seven have also underpinned the network’s performance in 2014: INXS: Never Tear Us Apart and The Killing Field.

Driven by My Kitchen Rules, House Rules and The X Factor, Seven dominates the most-watched series on television with 5 of the top 10, 8 of the top 20 and 16 of the top 40 programmes. A Place To Call Home and Downton Abbey dominated Sunday nights.

Seven’s Director of Programming Angus Ross, said: “Seven is all about consistency and trust. With the right mix of Australian-made programming, live sport and the best of international programming, Seven is number one for the eighth year in a row. You can’t get much more consistent than that. We also continue to acknowledge the leadership of Sunrise and The Morning Show across breakfast and morning television.”

Seven’s Director of Production Brad Lyons, said “We’ve made more local shows this year than ever before and the audiences have demonstrated they love it. My Kitchen Rules is the number one programme of the year and House Rules continues to build as the biggest new franchise. Our success with INXS and The Killing Field, the continuing delivery of Better Homes and Gardens and the massive inroads we have delivered at 5.30pm with Million Dollar Minute coupled with Home and Away’s extraordinary performance at 7:00pm underline our 2014. We’re looking forward to 2015.”

Seven scores 5 of the top 10, 8 of the top 20, 16 of the top 40 and 20 of the top 50 most-watched regular programmes on television.

My Kitchen Rules (1.917 million), House Rules (1.582 million) and The X Factor (1.212 million) dominate the most-watched programmes in 2014. Downton Abbey (1.292 million) and A Place To Call Home (1.154 million) delivered on Sundays. Winners and Losers (1.034 million) underpinned Seven’s Tuesdays.

The final of My Kitchen Rules delivers 2.712 million. The final of The X Factor delivers 1.619 million. The final of House Rules delivers 2.070 million. INXS: Never Tear Us Apart (2.243 million) and The Killing Field (1.405 million) underline Seven’s leadership in Australian drama production.

New on Seven on 2015: 800 Words, Winter, Australia: The Story of Us, Catching Milat, Gallipoli: The Power of Ten, Restaurant Revolution, Aquarius, Battle Creek, Heroes: Reborn, Houdini, How to Get Away with Murder, Marry Me, Odyssey, Red Band Society, State of Affairs, The Whispers, Mesmerised, Katherine Mills: Mind Games, My Ireland with Colin, What Really Happens in Thailand.

Returning to Seven in 2015: Home and Away, House Rules, My Kitchen Rules, Downton Abbey, The Blacklist, Revenge, Anh Does Italy, My France with Manu, Better Homes and Gardens, The X Factor, Resurrection, Winners and Losers, Mr Selfridge, Dancing with the Stars, Million Dollar Minute, Border Security, Highway Patrol, Criminal Minds, Scandal, Suits, Parenthood, Grey’s Anatomy, Bones, Castle, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and The Amazing Race.

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