TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (14 December, 2023) and Overnight (21 December, 2023) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News – 1,056 000 (+3%)

#2 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,030 000 (+3%)

#6 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 3 – 748 000 (+0%)

#7 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 2 – 547 000 (+0%)

#12 Sunrise – 443 000 (+5%)

#14 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 1 – 414 000 (+0%)

#18 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Lunch – 373 000 (+0%)

#24 Sunrise – Early – 275 000 (+6%)

#25 Seven’s Cricket: The Spin – 268 000 (+2%)

#26 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Tea – 265 000 (+0%)

#29 Sunrise – Extended – 244 000 (+5%)

Nine

#3 Nine News – 1,024 000 (+6%)

#4 Nine News 6.30 – 996 000 (+6%)

#5 A Current Affair – 841 000 (+6%)

#10 Hot Seat – 526 000 (+5%)

#11 Great Getaways – 522 000 (+7%)

#13 RPA – Encore – 421 000 (+7%)

#16 Nine’s Afternoon News – 407 000 (+4%)

#17 Tipping Point (R) – 404 000 (+6%)

#20 Hot Seat – 5pm – 358 000 (+5%)

#21 Today – 339 000 (+9%)

#22 Love Island Australia – Thursday – 314 000 (+492%)

#23 Children’s Hospital (R) – 291 000 (+7%)

10

#27 10 News First – 263 000 (+3%)

#28 The Project 7pm – 247 000 (+4%)

#30 Jamie’s Christmas Shortcuts – 240 000 (+12%)

ABC

#7 ABC News – 665 000 (+4%)

#8 730 – 566 000 (+7%)

#15 Grand Designs (R) – 413 000 (+10%)

#19 Project Wild – 363 000 (+9%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#4 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 3 – 240 000 (+0%)

#7 Love Island Australia – Thursday – 179 000 (+563%)

#8 Great Getaways – 165 000 (+11%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 2 – 144 000 (+0%)

#11 Seven’s Cricket: The Spin – 115 000 (+3%)

#12 RPA (R) – 114 000 (+11%)

#13 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 1 – 114 000 (+0%)

#17 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Lunch – 99 000 (+0%)

#18 The Project 7pm – 98 000 (+7%)

#19 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Tea – 91 000 (+0%)

#20 Grand Designs (R) – 91 000 (+15%)

#24 Jamie’s Christmas Shortcuts – 84 000 (+12%)

#25 M – Men in Black (R) – 83 000 (+6%)

#27 Children’s Hospital (R) – 80 000 (+11%)

#29 Seven’s Cricket: First Test – Australia v Pakistan – Day 1 Session 3 Multi – 78 000 (+0%)

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TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in all markets. Seven News at 6.30 was #2 with wins in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane was #11 with 275 000 across 7 and 7mate. Seven’s Cricket – The Spin was on 94 000. The late movie, Cold Pursuit was on 36 000.

Nine

Nine News was #3 with no wins in any market. Nine News 6.30 was #4 with wins in Sydney and Melbourne. A Current Affair was #5 overall with 544 000, but was #1 in its slot. Great Getaways was #8 with 333 000. A repeat of RPA was #15 with 231 000. A repeat of Children’s Hospital was on 171 000. A new episode of Chicago Med was on 64 000. A repeat of Emergency Call was on 36 000.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #30 with 136 000. The Project 7pm was #19 with 179 000. The final episode of Jamie’s Christmas Shortcuts was on 162 000. A repeat of Law & Order: SVU was on 99 000. A second repeat of Law & Order: SVU was on 138 000. A repeat of Blue Bloods was on 84 000. 10 then aired the season final of Women of the Movement.

ABC

ABC News was #6 for the night. 730 was #9 with 324 000. The season final of Project Wild was #16 with 214 000. A repeat of Grand Designs was #14 with 238 000. A repeat of the special, Lucy Worsley: Agatha Christie Mystery Queen was on 139 000. The season final of You Can’t Ask That was on 81 000.

16-39

  1. Seven News
  2. Nine News 6.30
  3. Seven News at 6.30
  4. A Current Affair
  5. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane

25-54

  1. Seven News
  2. Seven News at 6.30
  3. Nine News
  4. Nine News 6.30
  5. A Current Affair

Multi Channels

Winner: 9Gem (4.5%)

Second: 7two (4.0%)

9Gem was the #1 multi channel thanks to Keeping Up Appearances – episode 1 (58 000), Keeping Up Appearances – episode 2 (61 000) and the movie, Tomorrow Never Dies (#2 with 103 000).

7two was the #2 multi channel thanks to Bargain Hunt (#20 with 63 000), Father Brown (#1 with 104 000) and Murdoch Mysteries (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

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The 9Network and Channel 9 won Thursday night viewing with Total People
  • Channel 9 took out the top 3 programs live streamed yesterday against FTA broadcasters
  • 9News was the No. 1 news bulletin with People 25-54 in Brisbane 
  • 9News recorded an average Live BVOD Audience of 44,000
  • A Current Affair won its timeslot with Total People and all key demos in Sydney and Melbourne
  • A Current Affair recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 38,000 (+63% YoY)
  • Great Getaways won its timeslot with Total People across the 5 City Metro and in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth
  • Great Getaways recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 24,000
  • RPA won its timeslot with Total People, People 16-39 and GS + Child in Sydney
  • RPA saw a Live BVOD Audience of 15,000
  • Today was the breakfast program of choice with Total People and all key demos in Melbourne

Today recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 25,000

SEVEN

N/A

TEN

N/A

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