TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (31 December, 2023) and Overnight (7 January, 2024) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News – Sunday – 932 000 (+3%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Adelaide v Melbourne Stars – 489 000 (+0%)

#10 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – 398 000 (+5%)

#12 Seven News at 5 – 345 000 (+2%)

#16 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Adelaide v Melbourne Stars Post Match – 263 000 (+0%)

#17 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – Early – 262 000 (+5%)

#20 Better Homes and Gardens (R) – 219 000 (+3%)

#22 The Morning Show Summer Series – 207 000 (+5%)

#27 M – Close Encounters of the Third Kind (R) – 182 000 (+4%)

#28 The Vicar of Dibley – episode 2 (R) – 182 000 (+5%)

#29 The Chase – UK – 178 000 (+5%)

Nine

#5 Nine News Sunday – 750 000 (+6%)

#15 RBT – 263 000 (+8%)

#18 Hairspray – 253 000 (+8%)

#19 Weekend Today – Sunday – 248 000 (+9%)

#23 Nine News: First at Five – 207 000 (+6%)

#25 City of Melbourne: New Year’s Eve 2023 – 196 000 (+8%)

10

#14 10 News First Sunday – 267 000 (+3%)

ABC

#1 New Year’s Eve 2023: Midnight Fireworks – 2,065 000 (+19%)

#2 New Year’s Eve 2023: Countdown to Midnight – 1,379 000 (+12%)

#4 New Year’s Eve 2023: Concert from Sydney Harbour – 836 000 (+12%)

#6 New Year’s Eve 2023: Welcome to NYE – 717 000 (+10%)

#7 ABC News – Sunday – 664 000 (+4%)

#8 The Yearly with Charlie Pickering 2023 (R) – 580 000 (+15%)

#11 Rage – 357 000 (+17%)

#13 Tabby Mctat – 314 000 (+278%)

#21 Spicks and Specks Specials – 213 000 (+5%)

#25 ABC News at Noon – 195 000 (+4%)

#26 Weekend Breakfast – 184 000 (+6%)

#30 Landline Summer – 177 000 (+3%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#1 New Year’s Eve 2023: Midnight Fireworks – 834 000 (+24%)

#2 New Year’s Eve 2023: Countdown to Midnight – 544 000 (+16%)

#3 New Year’s Eve 2023: Concert from Sydney Harbour – 310 000 (+17%)

#4 New Year’s Eve 2023: Welcome to NYE – 211 000 (+18%)

#7 Rage – 163 000 (+21%)

#8 The Yearly with Charlie Pickering 2023 (R) – 157 000 (+27%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Adelaide v Melbourne Stars – 145 000 (+0%)

#11 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Adelaide v Melbourne Stars Post Match – 103 000 (+0%)

#13 Tabby McTat – 101 000 (+288%)

#14 Hairspray – 78 000 (+15%)

#16 City of Melbourne: New Year’s Eve 2023 – 70 000 (+15%)

#19 Pitch Perfect – 59 000 (+9%)

#20 RBT – 57 000 (+16%)

#23 New Year’s Eve (R) – 51 000 (+9%)

#24 M – Close Encounters of the Third Kind (R) – 49 000 (+7%)

#25 Better Homes and Gardens (R) – 46 000 (+5%)

#26 Spicks and Specks Specials – 46 000 (+10%)

#29 Can’t Stop the Music – 42 000 (+17%)

TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News – Sunday was #1 with wins in Adelaide and Perth. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Hobart was #4 with 314 000 across 7 and 7mate. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Hobart Post Match was #9 with 201 000. 7News Spotlight Summer was on 111 000.

During the day, Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan dominated viewing with Day 5 Session 3 out on top at #14 with 143 000.

Nine

9News was #2 with wins in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Tennis coverage of the 2024 United Cup Day 10 – Night was #6 with 240 000. 2024 United Cup Day 10 – Night – Late was #19 with 132 000. The movie, Mr. and Mrs. Smith was on 76 000.

10

The Graham Norton Show – NYE Special was #16 with 141 000. The premiere movie, The Lost City was #10 with 190 000. The movie, Second Act was on 69 000.

ABC

ABC News Sunday was #3 for the night. The movie, Strictly Ballroom was #8 with 217 000. The movie, Spotlight was on 97 000.

16-39

  1. 9News Sunday
  2. Seven News Sunday
  3. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Hobart
  4. 2024 United Cup Day 10 – Night
  5. 2024 United Cup Day 10 – Late

25-54

  1. 9News Sunday
  2. Seven News Sunday
  3. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Hobart
  4. 2024 United Cup Day 10 – Night
  5. ABC News Sunday

Multi Channels

Winner: 7mate (5.3%)

Second: 7two (3.5%)

7mate was the #1 multi channel thanks to Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 1 (#2 with 119 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 2 (#1 with 137 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 3 (#3 with 114 000) and the movie, U-571 (61 000).

7two was the #2 multi channel thanks to The Vicar of Dibley – episode 1 (56 000), The Vicar of Dibley – episode 2 (#10 with 70 000), Call the Midwife – episode 1 (#11 with 69 000) and Call the Midwife – episode 2 (#6 with 76 000).

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

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SEVEN

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TEN

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