TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (18 December, 2023) and Overnight (25 December, 2023) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News – 1,296 000 (+4%)

#2 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,273 000 (+3%)

#7 The Chase Australia – 717 000 (+3%)

#9 The Force: Behind the Line (R) – 634 000 (+4%)

#11 Motorway Patrol – 523 000 (+4%)

#14 Highway Cops – 465 000 (+3%)

#15 The Chase Australia – 5pm – 464 000 (+3%)

#16 Sunrise – 403 000 (+5%)

#23 Seven News at 4.30 – 299 000 (+3%)

#25 Seven News at 4 – 259 000 (+3%)

#28 Sunrise – Early – 243 000 (+6%)

#29 The Morning Show – 237 000 (+6%)

Nine

#3 Nine News 6.30 – 1,055 000 (+6%)

#4 Nine News – 1,025 000 (+6%)

#5 A Current Affair – 931 000 (+7%)

#10 David Attenborough’s Planet Earth III – 597 000 (+10%)

#12 Australian Crime Stories (R) – 475 000 (+9%)

#13 Hot Seat – 467 000 (+6%)

#17 Nine’s Afternoon News – 381 000 (+4%)

#21 Hot Seat – 5pm – 311 000 (+6%)

#22 Today – 308 000 (+9%)

#26 Love Island Australia – Monday – 254 000 (+388%)

#27 Tipping Point (R) – 247 000 (+5%)

#30 Vanished: The Disappearance of Dolores McCrea – 232 000 (+14%)

10

#18 The Project 7pm – 328 000 (+3%)

#19 The Bachelors Australia – Monday – 318 000 (+31%)

#20 10 News First – 314 000 (+3%)

ABC

#6 ABC News – 871 000 (+3%)

#8 730 – 713 000 (+5%)

#24 The Man Who Stole the Scream – 294 000 (+8%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#6 The Force: Behind the Line (R) – 216 000 (+7%)

#7 David Attenborough’s Planet Earth III – 192 000 (+14%)

#8 Motorway Patrol – 182 000 (+6%)

#10 Highway Cops – 162 000 (+5%)

#11 Australian Crime Stories (R) – 155 000 (+11%)

#12 Love Island Australia – Monday – 142 000 (+45%)

#14 The Bachelors Australia – Monday – 142 000 (+45%)

#15 The Project 7pm – 128 00 (+6%)

#22 M – Morbius – 81 000 (+11%)

#27 Vanished: The Disappearance of Dolores McCrea – 71 000 (+18%)

TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

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TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Seven News at 6.30 was #1 with wins in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. A repeat of Border Security: Australia’s Front Line was #16 with 131 000. The movie, Love Actually was #11 with 243 000. The movie, Groundhog Day was #25 with 103 000.

Nine

Nine News was #4 with wins in Sydney and Melbourne. Nine News 6.30 was #2 with a win in Melbourne. A Current Affair was #5 with 412 000. The movie, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation was #8 with 291 000. The movie, National Lampoon’s Vegas Vacation was #12 with 199 000. HM The King’s Christmas Message was 2023 was #24 with 106 000. The late movie, The Jazz Singer was on 34 000.

10

A repeat of Bondi Rescue was on 74 000. The Project 6.30pm was #39 with 74 000. The Project 7pm was #26 with 101 000. A repeat of The Cheap Seats was #30 with 89 000. The movie, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Day was on 50 000. The late movie, Just Like Heaven was on 40 000.

ABC

ABC News Summer was #6 for the night. HM The King’s Christmas Message 2023 #7 with 361 000. The Royal Variety Performance 2023 with #9 with 276 000. The movie, Lion was on 52 000.

16-39

  1. Nine News 6.30
  2. Nine News
  3. A Current Affair
  4. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
  5. Seven News 6.30

25-54

  1. Seven News 6.30
  2. Nine News 6.30
  3. Nine News
  4. Seven News
  5. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

Multi Channels

Winner: 7two (4.0%)

Second: 10 Bold (3.5%)

7two was the #1 multi channel thanks to Bargain Hunt (45 000), Doc Martin (#6 with 71 000) and Endeavour (#1 with 82 000).

10 Bold was the #2 multi channel thanks to Bull (54 000), NCIS – episode 1 (#3 with 78 000) and NCIS – episode 2 (#12 with 61 000).

TV Ratings AustraliaVOZ Ratings

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How the Networks Analysed their Own Performance
Note: N/A means the network has not sent out a report today

NINE

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SEVEN

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TEN

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