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The Logies ceremony won solid ratings for Channel Nine

Logies ceremony earns solid ratings for Channel Nine – but still doesn’t reach earlier ratings

IN Loggia are back and almost better than ever.

After a two-year hiatus due to a block by Covid, the brilliance and brilliance were in full swing on Sunday night.

Channel Nine received solid ratings for both the TV arrivals on the red carpet and the ceremony.

Logies are back and almost better than ever. After a two-year hiatus due to a block by Covid, the brilliance and brilliance were in full swing on Sunday night. Pictured: Hamish Blake

The arrival of the 62nd Logies Awards attracted 826,000 viewers to the city’s five metro charts.

This was another blow to The 62nd TV Week Logies Awards, which attracted 885,000 healthy viewers in the total number of subways in the five cities.

Overall, Logies’ coverage came in third for the evening, after Channel Seven and Channel Nine’s nightly news for the evening.

The arrival of the 62nd Logies Awards attracted 826,000 viewers to the city's five metro charts. Pictured: Jackie Purvis

The arrival of the 62nd Logies Awards attracted 826,000 viewers to the city’s five metro charts. Pictured: Jackie Purvis

Although the numbers were good, Logies attracted fewer eyes than in previous years.

The huge 1.18 million viewers across the country watched the event in 2019, which is more than the previous year.

In 2018, the comfortable 1.15 million included Logies.

This was another blow to The 62nd TV Week Logies Awards, which attracted 885,000 healthy viewers in the total number of subways in the five cities. Pictured: Lisa Wilkinson

This was another blow to The 62nd TV Week Logies Awards, which attracted 885,000 healthy viewers in the total number of subways in the five cities. Pictured: Lisa Wilkinson

However, everything was down from the numbers for 2017, when 1.30 million players watched the prizes.

This year’s show took place in a difficult four hours and lasted 38 minutes extra on Channel Nine.

Comedian Hamish Blake won Gold Logies, his second since a previous victory in 2012.

Although the numbers were good, Logies attracted fewer eyes than in previous years. The huge 1.18 million viewers across the country watched the event in 2019, which is more than the previous year. Pictured: Abby Chatfield

Although the numbers were good, Logies attracted fewer eyes than in previous years. The huge 1.18 million viewers across the country watched the event in 2019, which is more than the previous year. Pictured: Abby Chatfield

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The Logies ceremony won solid ratings for Channel Nine

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