Channel Nine and Seven fight for TV ratings with statistics showing it’s going to be neck and neck

Channel Seven and Nine are neck and neck in the fight to win the ratings crown this year.

Despite Nine boasting top-rated shows like Married at First Sight, Lego Masters and The Voice, the fight to take the winning spot is far from over.

According to the OzTAM ratings on Thursday, Channel Seven is in winning position by just 0.1 per cent with a share of 29.8 per cent of the market.

Winner announced midnight tonight: Channel Nine and Seven fight for the ratings crown this year with statistics showing it's going to be neck and neck. Pictured: L-R Ines Basic, Martha Kalifatidis and Jessika Power on Nine's Married at First Sight

Winner announced midnight tonight: Channel Nine and Seven fight for the ratings crown this year with statistics showing it's going to be neck and neck. Pictured: L-R Ines Basic, Martha Kalifatidis and Jessika Power on Nine's Married at First Sight

Winner announced midnight tonight: Channel Nine and Seven fight for the ratings crown this year with statistics showing it’s going to be neck and neck. Pictured: L-R Ines Basic, Martha Kalifatidis and Jessika Power on Nine’s Married at First Sight

The TV ratings winner will be revealed by who wins overall between 6pm and midnight.

Seven’s director of network programming Angus Ross spoke to Mediaweek on Tuesday and reminded everyone that Seven has been the number one network for the past 12 years. 

And despite 2019 being a competitive quarter, battling with Nine’s Married at First Sight, Ross said: ‘We are not a one-show network at Seven.’ 

It's battle of the TV networks! According to the OzTAM ratings on Thursday, Channel Seven is in winning position by just 0.1 per cent with a share of 29.8 per cent of the market. Pictured: Nine's The Voice judge Guy Sebastian

It's battle of the TV networks! According to the OzTAM ratings on Thursday, Channel Seven is in winning position by just 0.1 per cent with a share of 29.8 per cent of the market. Pictured: Nine's The Voice judge Guy Sebastian

It’s battle of the TV networks! According to the OzTAM ratings on Thursday, Channel Seven is in winning position by just 0.1 per cent with a share of 29.8 per cent of the market. Pictured: Nine’s The Voice judge Guy Sebastian 

On Wednesday, speaking to The Daily Telegraph Nine’s program director Hamish Turner said: ‘The phenomenal performance of MAFS, Travel Guides, 60 Minutes and The Voice have helped give us our best ever start to a ratings year.’

Hamish added: ‘Our back half is just as strong, with Australian Ninja Warrior, The Block and Hamish & Andy’s Perfect Holiday all still to come. 

‘We will be the No.1 network for 2019 with all key demographics and we expect it to be a very tight race with total people.’ 

Who will take home the crown? Despite 2019 being a competitive quarter, battling with Nine's Married at First Sight, Ross said: 'We are not a -one-show network at Seven.' Pictured: Nine's Lego Masters host Hamish Blake

Who will take home the crown? Despite 2019 being a competitive quarter, battling with Nine's Married at First Sight, Ross said: 'We are not a -one-show network at Seven.' Pictured: Nine's Lego Masters host Hamish Blake

Who will take home the crown? Despite 2019 being a competitive quarter, battling with Nine’s Married at First Sight, Ross said: ‘We are not a -one-show network at Seven.’ Pictured: Nine’s Lego Masters host Hamish Blake

Sunday night’s television saw both Seven’s House Rules and Nine’s The Voice hit series highs, delivering a competitive night in television.

Despite Nine taking the primary channel audience share with 23.9% over Seven’s 21.7%, Seven slipped into the top spot top in the network share, holding 31.7% over Nine’s 30.3%. 

Commentator and Mediaweek editor James Manning told The Daily Telegraph that Home and Away and AFL gives the Seven a massive boost in ratings which could help them take out the winning spot this year.

Insider tip-off: Commentator and Mediaweek editor James Manning told The Daily Telegraph that Home and Away and AFL gives the Seven a massive boost in ratings which could help them take out the winning spot this year. Pictured: Seven's MKR winners of 2019 Matt (left) and Luke (right)

Insider tip-off: Commentator and Mediaweek editor James Manning told The Daily Telegraph that Home and Away and AFL gives the Seven a massive boost in ratings which could help them take out the winning spot this year. Pictured: Seven's MKR winners of 2019 Matt (left) and Luke (right)

Insider tip-off: Commentator and Mediaweek editor James Manning told The Daily Telegraph that Home and Away and AFL gives the Seven a massive boost in ratings which could help them take out the winning spot this year. Pictured: Seven’s MKR winners of 2019 Matt (left) and Luke (right)

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