TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (17 December, 2023) and Overnight (24 December, 2023) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News – Sunday – 1,168 000 (+3%)

#4 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 3 – 924 000 (+0%)

#5 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 2 – 884 000 (+0%)

#8 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 1 – 644 000 (+0%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session Lunch – 643 000 (+0%)

#11 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Tea – 509 000 (+0%)

#13 Force: Behind the Line (R) – 394 000 (+3%)

#14 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 3 Multi – 380 000 (+0%)

#15 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – 376 000 (+4%)

#18 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – Early – 283 000 (+4%)

#19 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Pre Game – 275 000 (+0%)

#20 M – Men in Black: International (R) – 275 000 (+7%)

#26 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – episode 2 – 201 000 (+0%)

#30 7News Spotlight – Summer – 189 000 (+7%)

Nine

#3 Nine News Sunday – 930 000 (+5%)

#7 Christmas with Delta – 683 000 (+11%)

#12 The Holiday – 425 000 (+12%)

#16 Nine News: First at Five – 295 000 (+5%)

#23 Weekend Today – Sunday – 267 000 (+7%)

#28 RBT – 193 000 (+6%)

10

#17 The Sunday Project 7pm – 289 000 (+4%)

#21 The Bachelors Australia – Sunday – 271 000 (+21%)

#22 10 News First Sunday – 271 000 (+3%)

#27 10 News First Sunday 6pm – 198 000 (+3%)

ABC

#2 Vera – 997 000 (+37%)

#6 ABC News Sunday – 757 000 (+3%)

#10 Living with Devils – 525 000 (+9%)

#24 Antiques Roadshow – 226 000 (+7%)

#25 Landline Summer – 203 000 (+3%)

#29 ABC News at Noon – 192 000 (+3%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#2 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 3 – 297 000 (+0%)

#3 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 2 – 294 000 (+0%)

#5 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Lunch – 223 000 (+0%)

#6 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Tea – 197 000 (+0%)

#7 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 1 – 196 000 (+0%)

#8 Christmas with Delta – 185 000 (+19%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Session 3 Multi – 147 000 (+0%)

#10 The Holiday – 144 000 (+15%)

#11 Force: Behind the Line (R) – 144 000 (+4%)

#13 Vera – 123 000 (+108%)

#14 The sunday Project 7pm – 120 000 (+4%)

#15 The Bachelors Australia – Sunday – 117 000 (+30%)

#17 M – Men in Black: International (R) – 114 000 (+8%)

#19 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 4 Pre Game – 85 000 (+0%)

#23 Living with Devils – 77 000 (+28%)

#24 The Sunday Project 6.30pm – 76 000 (+6%)

#26 7News Spotlight – Summer – 72 000 (+9%)

#28 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – 63 000 (+5%)

#29 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – episode 2 – 63 000 (+2%)

TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

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TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News – Sunday was #1 with wins in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. A repeat of The 1% Club was #5 with 380 000. The movie, National Lampoon’s Vacation was #8 with 205 000. The late movie, The Blues Brothers was on 126 000.

Nine

Nine News Sunday was #3 with wins in Sydney and Melbourne. A special preview episode of Tipping Point Australia was #4 with 564 000. Carols by Candlelight was #1 with 919 000 and winning the night in its entirety. A repeat of the movie, Christmas in the City was on 186 000.

10

The movie, Paw Patrol: The Movie was on 49 000. A repeat of Having You Been Paying Attention to 2023 was on 107 000. The movie, Top Gun was on 85 000. The late movie, Daddy’s Home 2 was on 25 000.

ABC

ABC News Summer was #6 for the night. The movie, The King’s Speech was #9 with 190 000. The Larkins at Christmas was on 97 000. A rerun of the The Yearly with Charlie Pickering was on 71 000.

16-39

  1. Carols by Candlelight
  2. Nine News Sunday
  3. Tipping Point Australia – Special
  4. Seven News – Sunday
  5. Christmas in the City

25-54

  1. Carols by Candlelight
  2. Nine News Sunday
  3. Tipping Point Australia – Special
  4. Seven News – Sunday
  5. The 1% Club (R)

Multi Channels

Winner: 7mate (2.7%)

Second: 10 Peach (2.2%)

7mate was the #1 multi channel thanks to Motorbike Cops (#10 with 80 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – episode 1 (#6 with 86 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – episode 2 (#2 with 99 000).

10 Peach was the #2 multi channel thanks to The Big Bang Theory – episode 1 (27 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 2 (24 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 3 (39 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 4 (62 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 5 (#18 with 67 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 6 (#20 with 66 000) and The Big Bang Theory – episode 7 (52 000).

TV Ratings AustraliaVOZ Ratings

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How the Networks Analysed their Own Performance
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SEVEN

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TEN

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