No hap­pily ever af­ter this time for Chan­nel 7

The Gold Coast Bulletin - Play Magazine - - TELEVISION -

Upon A Time (pic­tured) has be­come a frac­tured fairy­tale for Chan­nel 7 af­ter it failed to make it into the top 10 shows this week. Af­ter de­but­ing at No. 1 four weeks ago, Once Upon A Time, which weaves fairy­tale char­ac­ters with a mod­ern-day story, has steadily been los­ing view­ers. On Tues­day night it fin­ished 11th . Seven’s fam­ily drama Packed to the Rafters is still go­ing strong with 1.152 mil­lion view­ers tun­ing in to the episode, which was pro­moted as ‘the kiss’. View­ers saw Erik Thom­son’s char­ac­ter, fam­ily man Dave Rafter, share two pas­sion­ate kisses with his young fe­male ap­pren­tice, Frankie Calasso (Brooke Satch­well), with the show rank­ing fifth. The ren­o­va­tion re­al­ity show The Block con­tin­ues to be a solid per­former, rank­ing No. 2 Chan­nel 10’s Mod­ern Fam­ily ranked 9th, MasterChef Aus­tralia ranked 10th and Bikie Wars: Broth­ers In Arms ranked 13th.

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