TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (21 November, 2023) and Overnight (28 November, 2023) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,297 000 (+4%)

#2 Seven News – 1,287 000 (+4%)

#7 Home and Away – 870 000 (+26%)

#9 The Chase Australia – 783 000 (+4%)

#14 Highway Patrol – 514 000 (+11%)

#16 Highway Patrol – episode 2 – 507 000 (+7%)

#17 The Chase Australia – 5pm – 499 000 (+4%)

#18 Sunrise – 384 000 (+6%)

#25 Big Brother – Tuesday – 327 000 (+64%)

#26 Seven News at 4.30 – 320 000 (+3%)

#28 Seven News at 4 – 287 000 (+3%)

Nine

#3 Travel Guides – 1,095 000 (+22%)

#4 Nine News – 1,057 000 (+6%)

#5 Nine News 6.30 – 1,031 000 (+6%)

#6 A Current Affair – 967 000 (+7%)

#13 Hot Seat – 566 000 (+5%)

#20 Nine’s Afternoon News – 359 000 (+5%)

#21 Hot Seat – 5pm – 359 000 (+6%)

#22 Today – 343 000 (+9%)

#23 Love Island Australia – Tuesday – 342 000 (+850%)

#27 Central Intelligence – 289 000 (+7%)

#30 Tipping Point (R) – 266 000 (+5%)

10

#10 Dessert Masters – Tuesday – 718 000 (+25%)

#15 The Cheap Seats – 509 000 (+13%)

#19 The Project 7pm – 362 000 (+4%)

#29 10 News First – 282 000 (+3%)

ABC

#8 ABC News – 784 000 (+4%)

#11 730 – 683 000 (+6%)

#12 The Way We Wore – 589 000 (+26%)

#24 Yakka: Australia at Work – 339 000 (+10%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#1 Travel Guides – 359 000 (+37%)

#2 Dessert Masters – Tuesday – 317 000 (+34%)

#4 Home and Away – 289 000 (+53%)

#9 The Cheap Seats – 233 000 (+15%)

#10 Love Island Australia – Tuesday – 209 000 (+809%)

#11 Highway Patrol – episode 2 – 169 000 (+8%)

#12 Highway Patrol – 161 000 (+15%)

#13 Big Brother – Tuesday – 153 000 (+96%)

#14 The Project 7pm – 148 000 (+7%)

#18 The Way We Wore – 131 000 (+54%)

#19 Central Intelligence – 119 000 (+10%)

#28 NCIS (R) – 77 000 (+8%)

TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

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Breakfast Television

TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. Seven News at 6.30 was #2 with wins in the same markets. Home and Away was #11 with 427 000. A new episode of Highway Patrol was #15 with 331 000. A repeat episode of Highway Patrol followed at #16 with 314 000. Big Brother – Tuesday was #37 with 134 000. A new episode of The Endgame was #89 with just 58 000. The Latest: Seven News actually improved on its lead in with 60 000. The seventh episode of A Friend of the Family followed late night.

Nine

Nine News was #4 with wins in Melbourne and Brisbane. Nine News 6.30 was #3 with wins in the same markets. A Current Affair was #6 with 637 000 and won the slot. Travel Guides was #5 overall with 645 000, but was #1 in its slot and was the #1 non news program of the night in primetime. The movie, Ocean’s 8 had an audience of 218 000 and was #24 for the night. Nine News Late – Tuesday was #42 with 124 000. A repeat episode of New Amsterdam was on 51 000.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #28 with 175 000. The Project 7pm was #17 with 301 000. Dessert Masters -Grand Finale was #10 with 465 000. Dessert Masters – Winner Announced was #8 with 556 000. The season final of The Cheap Seats was #14 with 350 000. A repeat of NCIS was on 106 000. A repeat of NCIS: Los Angeles followed with 51 000 viewers.

ABC

ABC News was #7 for the night. 730 was #12 with 416 000. The Way We Wore was #18 with 301 000. Yakka: Australia at Work was #23 with 222 000. Believing in Australia was #39 with 128 000.

16-39

  1. Dessert Masters – Winner Announced
  2. Seven News at 6.30
  3. Seven News
  4. Travel Guides
  5. Dessert Masters – Grand Finale

25-54

  1. Seven News at 6.30
  2. Dessert Masters – Winner Announced
  3. Seven News
  4. Travel Guides
  5. Nine News 6.30

Multi Channels

Winner: 7two (3.9%)

Second: 7mate (3.3%)

7two was the #1 multi channel thanks to Bargain Hunt (#17 with 68 000), Rosemary and Thyme (#8 with 78 000) and Inspector George Gently (#4 with 96 000).

7mate was the #2 multi channel thanks to Seven’s Cricket – WBB – The Eliminator (#11 with 75 000).

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 4 programs live streamed yesterday against all broadcasters
  • Love Island Australia took out the top 2 programs streamed on catch-up yesterday against all broadcasters
  • Travel Guides is Australia’s #1 Entertainment Program with Total People 
  • Travel Guides was a timeslot winner with Total People all key demos across the 5 City Metro 
  • Travel Guides saw a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 54,000
  • 9News was the No.1 news bulletin across the 5 City Metro with GS + Child 
  • 9News records an average Live BVOD Audience of 57,000
  • A Current Affair dominated the 7pm timeslot with Total People and all key demos across the 5 City Metro 
  • A Current Affair records a Live BVOD Audience of 51,000 (+61% YoY)
  • Episode 18 of Love Island Australia recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 164,000 (+17% YoY)
  • Today was the breakfast show of choice with Total People and all key demos across the East Coast and in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane 

Today recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 28,000

SEVEN

TV Ratings Australia

TEN

LAST NIGHT
Overnight ratings Tuesday, 28 November 2023.

BY THE NUMBERS
• Dessert Masters – Winner Announced: #1 show in under 50s.
• Dessert Masters – Winner Announced: Biggest audience of the season.
• Dessert Masters – Grand Finale: #2 entertainment show in under 50s.
• The Cheap Seats: #1 in its timeslot in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• 10: Top three entertainment shows in under 50s, Dessert Masters – Winner Announced, Dessert Masters – Grand Finale and The Cheap Seats.

Network 10 (10 + 10 Bold + 10 Peach + Nickelodeon):
• Network 10: #2 network in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• Network 10: Up 12% week-on-week.
• Network 10: Up 64% year-on-year.

• 10: #2 channel in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• 10: Up 17% week-on-week.
• 10: Up 128% year-on-year.

• 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.
• 10 Peach: Up 12% in 16 to 39s week-on-week.
• Nickelodeon: Up 96% in under 40s week-on-week.
• Nickelodeon: Up 14% year-on-year.

Dessert Masters – Winner Announced:
• 795,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 818,000 viewers.
• Biggest overnight audience of the season.
• Up 74% week-on-week.
• #1 show in under 50s and 16 to 39s.
• #1 entertainment show in 25 to 54s.
• #1 in its timeslot in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• A strong 37.5% commercial share in under 50s, 34.5% in 25 to 54s and 35.1% in 16 to 39s.
• Lifts 10’s timeslot 420% year-on-year.
• Biggest live stream audience of the season on 10 Play.

Dessert Masters – Grand Finale:

• 670,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 800,000 viewers.
• Up 13% week-on-week.
• #2 show in under 50s.
• #3 entertainment show in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• #1 in its timeslot in under 50s.
• Lifts 10’s timeslot 248% year-on-year.

The Cheap Seats – Finale:
• 474,000 national viewers. Peaked at 717,000 viewers.
• Up 3% week-on-week.
• Up 26% in under 50s week-on-week, 13% in 16 to 39s and 9% in 25 to 54s.
• #3 entertainment show in under 50s.
• #1 in its timeslot.
• #1 in its timeslot in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• Dominated its timeslot with strong shares: 39.4% commercial share in under 50s, 36.3% in 25 to 54s and 36.4% in 16 to 39s.
• Live stream viewers up 53% on the same episode last year.
• Series: Achieving its biggest BVOD audience ever, including live stream – up 7% on 2022.

The Project 7pm:
• 400,000 national viewers. Peaked at 524,000.
• Up 16% week-on-week.
• #2 in its timeslot in under 50s.
• 6.30pm: Up 4% week-on-week.
• Full hour: Up 10% week-on-week.

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