MediaWorks showed off its new season nuggets yesterday, and TVNZ is doing the same next week. So we thought it was high time we took a look at Nielsen's TAM figures to see what shows have tickled the fancies of New Zealanders from the key demographics in 2012.
Out in the lead in all fronts is New Zealand's Got Talent, which is now coming down to the business end of the competition, and, as more evidence of the country's love hate relationship with advertising, the Fair Go Ad Awards came in second in the all 5+.
The Block NZ was the only MediaWorks series to make the cut, along with a few of its movies in the male 25-54 segment.
TVOne* is the combined figures for TVOne and TVOne Plus 1. Same goes for TV3.
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