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A weekly analysis of the primetime TAMS Ratings
  Week 5: 28 January - 3 February
These are the primetime adult television viewing figures for 28 January - 3 February, 2013.

For an explanation of how the viewing figures are calculated, please read this article.

For previous weeks click here.

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Top Shows By Channel

 
 
# Show Viewers Show Viewers Show Viewers
1. Afcon 2013: South Africa vs Mali 5 357 000 Generations 6 201 000 Days Of Our Lives 1 500 000
2. Afcon 2013: Burkina Faso vs Zambia 2 051 000 Zone 14 4 423 000 Isidingo 1 353 000
3. Afcon 2013:Niger vs Ghana 1 990 000 Lesilo Rula 4 316 000 Nature's Great Events 1 133 000
4. Afcon 2013: Algeria vs Cote d'Ivoire 1 775 000 Speak Out 4 255 000 College Road Trip 1 071 000
5. Afcon 2013: Togo vs Tunisia 1 561 000 Mponeng 4 193 000 Numb3rs 1 010 000
6. Afcon 2013: Burkina Faso vs Zambia 1 316 000 Muvhango 4 148 000 English News 927 000
7. Afcon 2013: Burkina Faso vs Togo 1 163 000 Tlharantlhope 3 489 000 3 Talk 842 000
8.     7de Laan 2 553 000 Jozi H 796 000
9.     Xhosa News 2 449 000 No Kitchen Required 796 000
10.     Sesotho/Tswana/Sepedi News 2 229 000 MacGyver 735 000
 
   
# Show Viewers Show Viewers    
1. eKasi 3 245 000 Carte Blanche 245 000    
2. Scandal! 2 984 000 Big Bang Theory 122 000    
3. X-Men 2 908 000 Chicago Fire 122 000    
4. Rhythm City 2 596 000 Revenge 122 000    
5. The Mask of Zorro 2 265 000 Arrow 92 000    
6. e.tv News 2 116 000 Blue Bloods 92 000    
7. 3rd Degree 1 775 000 Ides of March 92 000    
8. WWE Smackdown 1 561 000 Masterchef Australia 92 000    
9. Modern Family 1 347 000 NCIS Los Angeles 92 000    
10. America's Got Talent 1 255 000 Royal Pains 92 000    


Top Shows By Genre

Top Dramas

1) Zone 14 (SABC2) 4 423 000
2) Lesilo Rula (SABC2) 4 316 000
3) Tlharantlhope (SABC2) 3 489 000
4) eKasi (e.tv) 3 245 000
5) Onder Draai die Duiwel Rond (SABC2) 1 255 000

Top Reality Shows

1) America's Got Talent (e.tv) 1 255 000
2) The X-Factor (SABC2) 1 224 000
3) AXN (e.tv) 1 102 000
4) No Kitchen Required (SABC3) 796 000
5) Supersterre (SABC2) 765 000

Top Comedies

1) Mponeng (SABC2) 4 193 000
2) Ga Re Dumele (SABC2) 1 959 000
3) Modern Family (e.tv) 1 347 000
4) Let's Stay Together (e.tv) 826 000
5) How I Met Your Mother (e.tv) 765 000

Top News Bulletins

1) Xhosa News (SABC2) 2 449 000
2) Sesotho/Tswana/Sepedi News (SABC2) 2 229 000
3) e.tv News (e.tv) 2 116 000
4) Afrikaans News (SABC2) 1 949 000
5) e News Early Edition (e.tv) 1 041 000

Top Soap Operas

1) Generations (SABC2) 6 201 000
2) Muvhango (SABC2) 4 148 000
3) Scandal! (e.tv) 2 984 000
4) Rhythm City (e.tv) 2 596 000
5) 7de Laan (SABC2) 2 553 000

Top Talk Shows

1) 3 Talk (SABC3) 842 000
2) Screen Time (e.tv) 643 000
3) Alan Carr: Chatty Man (SABC3) 275 000

Top Actuality Shows

1) Speak Out (SABC2) 4 255 000
2) 3rd Degree (e.tv) 1 775 000
3) Fokus (SABC2) 1 133 000
4) Special Assignment (SABC3) 643 000
5) Carte Blanche (M-Net) 245 000

Top Magazine Shows

1) Pasella (SABC2) 1 286 000
2) Club 808 (e.tv) 1 255 000
3) 50/50 (SABC2) 826 000

Top Documentaries

1) Nature's Great Events (SABC3) 1 133 000
2) Magic's Biggest Secrets Revealed (e.tv) 979 000
3) Motswako: A Way of Life (e.tv) 949 000
4) Democrazy (SABC2) 582 000
5) Iconoclasts (SABC3) 367 000

Top Primetime Movies

1) X-Men (e.tv) 2 908 000
2) The Mask of Zorro (e.tv) 2 265 000
3) Sex and the City: The Movie (e.tv) 1 163 000
4) Doctor Dolittle (e.tv) 1 102 000
5) College Road Trip (SABC3) 1 071 000

Top 10 Regular Shows (excluding News bulletins)

1) Generations (SABC2) 6 201 000
2) Zone 14 (SABC2) 4 423 000
3) Lesilo Rula (SABC2) 4 316 000
4) Speak Out (SABC2) 4 255 000
5) Mponeng (SABC2) 4 193 000
6) Muvhango (SABC2) 4 148 000
7) Tlharantlhope (SABC2) 3 489 000
8) eKasi (e.tv) 3 245 000
9) Scandal! (e.tv) 2 984 000
10) Rhythm City (e.tv) 2 596 000

Replies: 13
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Reply from: Tha2 Thursday, February 14, 2013 17:54 PM
Generation is always at the top but never win an award best sopie
Reply from: Royal Child Thursday, February 14, 2013 19:04 PM
@Tha2 i guess always a boss always boss! Genaration is the Boss! It won it on 2007 SAFTA AWARDS!
Reply from: Kem Moc Thursday, February 14, 2013 19:17 PM
The only reason why people watch Ganerations is out of habit and loyalty not because its the best soapie around just like ANC is the worst party but has a massive following. #TeamScandal
Reply from: RONDA Friday, February 15, 2013 08:21 AM
Im shocked that Muvhango is on 4million,i jst hope scandal takes some awards @ the SAFTAs this year
Reply from: Ingenuity Friday, February 15, 2013 09:30 AM
I must say that I don't get the numbers, they just look fishy to me. For instance aast week RC was on 1.6 million and now it is at 2.5 million, now that is a major leap.
Reply from: shanydoodle Friday, February 15, 2013 11:51 AM
Glad Rhythm City's back at it! Allowing Isidingo to kick their ass last week! #TeamEtv! #TeamScandal! #TeamRhythmCity! (:
Reply from: filmho Friday, February 15, 2013 13:22 PM
@Ingenuity, I think the Afcon really affected the ratings
Reply from: shanydoodle Saturday, February 16, 2013 12:04 PM
Afcom did affect ratings, because games started at 5 sometimes and finished around RC time
Reply from: Kem Moc Sunday, February 17, 2013 11:58 AM
Soccer had Muvhango on 4 Million cos people has nothing else to watch. As for RC who in their right mind still watches that crap. #FormerTeamRC
Reply from: filmho Monday, February 18, 2013 07:47 AM
@Kem Moc, apparrently 2.6 million people.
Reply from: 05415 Monday, February 18, 2013 08:22 AM
It's amazing that @Kem Moc you say it's out of habit that people watch Generations. It was taken out of SABC 1 to 2 but still it beats the hell out of everybody. If it's habit so people still follow it to the other channel? Let's admit it, people love Generation even when they deny it, they can't miss it. Mina I admit I do, other stories I don't like but I like the fact that it's a black show and shows rich black people instead of poor township people who never succeed like in RC and I see Scandal has followed in perpetuating the black sterotype with that black family and a kid who wants to play soccer - how unoriginal
Reply from: Kem Moc Tuesday, February 19, 2013 06:41 AM
That 2.6 is reason why we have crappy productions cropping up everywhere.. All I'm saying is RC is no longer what it used to be. The day South African television audience decides to have standards is the day we will see quality broadcasting.
Reply from: 05415 Tuesday, February 19, 2013 08:06 AM
The day we have money you shall see quality. Come work behind the scenes and you will realise how much budget affects quality. Comparing SA productions with American ones is ridiculous. Those shows have humongous budgets and I mean humongous. I think our writers are doing great considering what they get. Just watch the low quality of Mzantsi Magic, it's not because the writers are stupid, the budgets they work with are ridiculous. We are in a third world country not the first like America, no one is investing in entertainment when there's needs in education and development of people's live. They see entertainment as luxury. That's what our creatives in entertainment are dealing with, it's even hard to get business to get invloved. Why do you think the Wild failed? They tried pumping money to get quality they failed. Why? Because it's unsustainable in a country that doesn't have much
 



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