Unsurprisngly the AFL Grand Final dominated weekend viewing with Channel Seven taking home the most-watched program of 2014, so far.
The clash between the Swans and the Hawks pulled in a metro audience of 2.17 million viewers during the match, peaking at 2.39 million.
The broadcast picked up steam during the one-sided match with the broadcast hitting peak during the presentation of the cup and winner's medals, with the metro figures hitting a 3.02 million.
Seven also picked up a million viewers in regional areas. All told more than 4 million viewers tuned into the broadcast in metro and regional areas.
Post-match, viewers dropped off to 1.8 million in metro areas, meaning there was about a 15.5% drop off after the game.
Overall, Channel Seven was able to pick up 85,000 more viewers of the Grand Final than last year, driven by the match being between a Sydney and Melbourne team.
The NRL's second semi-final between the Bulldogs and Panthers, also on Satruday (27 September) drew 1.07 million viewers, with 696,000 of those Sydneysiders.
The drop off-in viewers during the game to the post-match coverage was more pronounced in the NRL, with 542,000 sticking around for the analysis, a drop of roughly 50%.
The top five slots on Saturday were all AFL-related programs, with NRL coverage coming in at number seven.
The earlier finish time of the AFL Grand Final and the later kick-off of the NRL semi-final meant Chanel Nine won the evening with a 36.9% share.
Meanwhile on Sunday, The Block: Glasshouse continued its strong run bringing in 1.55 million viewers in the metro areas while Channel Seven's reality show X-Factor took 1.11 million during its live performance show.
Nine won the night with a 33.2% share on Sunday, with Channel Seven coming in behind at 29.3%.
Meanwhile on Friday, Channel Nine took home a 37.8% share with its broodcast of the NRL semi-final between South Sydney and the Roosters bringing in 1.19 million viewers.
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