Saturday, May 15, 2010

New-look 'Fair Go' ratings surge

The New Zealand Herald has reported that Fair Go, which recently underwent a facelift for its return to TV One, has surged in ratings.

According to the Herald:

Ratings for the first two episodes of the programme show the introduction of Mau, alongside Gordon Harcourt and stalwart Kevin Milne, has helped to build on the long-running show's success.
The first episode attracted 554,170 viewers aged 5 and over, up from 542,870 for the first episode of last year's series.
Viewership then jumped 18 per cent for the second episode, attracting 609,310 viewers.
The same episode last year drew in 448,840.
Part of the success of the new program can be traced back to the promos that showed leading up to the relaunch. "Don't buy a lemon, watch Fair Go and get the juice".

Read the original article here.
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