TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (3 December, 2023) and Overnight (10 December, 2023) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News – Sunday – 1,154 000 (+3%)

#8 7News Spotlight – Summer – 607 000 (+6%)

#10 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – 471 000 (+6%)

#14 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – 354 000 (+4%)

#15 Seven News at 5 – 333 000 (+2%)

#18 Women’s AFL: Grand Final – North Melbourne Tasmania v Brisbane – 286 000 (+5%)

#20 M – The Fugitive (R) – 277 000 (+4%)

#22 Women’ AFL: Grand Final – Post Match Presentations – 262 000 (+4%)

#24 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – Early – 255 000 (+5%)

#28 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – Day – 215 000 (+2%)

Nine

#3 Nine News Sunday – 920 000 (+5%)

#5 60 Minutes – 765 000 (+11%)

#9 David Attenborough’s Planet Earth III – 585 000 (+16%)

#11 Australian Open Golf – Day 4 – 431 000 (+5%)

#16 The Body in the Bag – 314 000 (+12%)

#21 Weekend Today – Sunday – 277 000 (+7%)

10

#13 The Bachelors Australia – Launch – 407 000 (+43%)

#17 The Sunday Project 7pm – 302 000 (+5%)

#19 10 News First Sunday – 282 000 (+3%)

#25 FBI – 237 000 (+35%)

#29 The Sunday Project 6.30pm – 214 000 (+4%)

ABC

#2 Annika – 1,037 000 (+51%)

#4 ABC News – Sunday – 818 000 (+4%)

#6 Shetland – 758 000 (+50%)

#7 Joanna Lumley’s Britain (R) – 645 000 (+5%)

#12 Insiders – 419 000 (+16%)

#23 Landline Summer – 256 000 (+10%)

#26 Antiques Roadshow – 229 000 (+7%)

#27 Offsiders – 226 000 (+8%)

#30 ABC News at Noon – 198 000 (+3%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#3 The Bachelors Australia – Launch – 204 000 (+70%)

#4 60 Minutes – 203 000 (+20%)

#5 7News Spotlight – Summer – 198 000 (+9%)

#6 Annika – 169 000 (+168%)

#7 David Attenborough’s Planet Earth III – 159 000 (+20%)

#8 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – 148 000 (+10%)

#10 The Sunday Project 7pm – 124 000 (+9%)

#12 M – The Fugitive – 103 000 (+6%)

#16 Joanna Lumley’s Britain (R) – 97 000 (+13%)

#17 Women’s AFL: Grand Final – North Melbourne Tasmania v Brisbane – 90 000 (+8%)

#18 Shetland – 89 000 (+154%)

#19 Women’s AFL: Grand Final – Post Match Presentations – 88 000 (+6%)

#23 FBI – 80 000 (+18%)

#25 The Body in the Bag – 79 000 (+18%)

TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

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TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News – Sunday was #1 with wins in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Melbourne Renegades v Perth was #13 with 182 000. Note that coverage was abandoned, so ratings numbers would be for stand by programming.

Nine

Nine News Sunday was #2 with a win in Melbourne. The Hundred with Andy Lee – Christmas Special was #4 with 469 000. The show was #1 in its slot and was the #1 non news program of the night in primetime. 60 Minutes was #7 with 356 000. The special, Forged in Fire was #10 with 212 000. A new episode of #textmewhenyougethome was on 115 000. The premiere movie, Motherless Brooklyn was on 33 000.

10

The Sunday Project 6.30pm was #17 with 150 000. The Sunday Project 7pm was #11 with 202 000. The Bachelors Australia – Sunday was #15 with 165 000. A repeat of NCIS: Hawaii was on 81 000. A second repeat episode of NCIS: Hawaii was on 74 000. An encore of The Secrets She Keeps was on 38 000.

ABC

ABC News Sunday was #3 for the night. A repeat of Joanna Lumley’s Britain was #5 with 438 000. A repeat Death in Paradise Christmas Special was #6 with 405 000. A repeat of We Hunt Together was on 77 000.

16-39

  1. Seven News – Sunday
  2. The Hundred with Andy Lee – Christmas Special
  3. Nine News Sunday
  4. 60 Minutes
  5. ABC News Sunday

25-54

  1. Nine News Sunday
  2. Seven News – Sunday
  3. The Hundred with Andy Lee – Christmas Special
  4. 60 Minutes
  5. ABC News Sunday

Multi Channels

Winner: 9Gem (4.7%)

Second: 7mate (4.5%)

9Gem was the #1 multi channel thanks to the movie, Live and Let Die (#1 with 114 000).

7mate was the #2 multi channel thanks to the movie, Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 1 (#6 with 102 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 2 (#9 with 94 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 3 (#3 with 106 000) and the movie, Fury (#17 with 70 000).

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

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Nine takes out the top 2 programs live streamed yesterday against FTA broadcasters
  • 9News the No. 1 program for Total People in East Coast and Melbourne
  • 9News the No.1 Program for People 25-54 in the 5 City Metro, East Coast, Melbourne and Brisbane
  • 9News Sunday recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 45,000
  • The Hundred With Andy Lee – Christmas Special was the No.1 Program for People 16-39 in the East Coast 
  • The Hundred With Andy Lee – Christmas Special was a timeslot winner with Total People in East Coast and Melbourne
  • The Hundred With Andy Lee – Christmas Special recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 36,000
  • 60 Minutes was the No.1 Program for People 25-54 in Sydney
  • 60 Minutes was the timeslot winner with Total People across the East Coast and Sydney
  • 60 Minutes recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 28,000

Weekend Today was a timeslot winner with People 16-39 in Melbourne

SEVEN

N/A

TEN

N/A

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