TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (3 January, 2024) and Overnight (10 January, 2024) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 Seven News – 1,347 000 (+3%)

#3 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Session 3 – 897 000 (+0%)

#5 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Session 2 – 664 000 (+0%)

#6 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Tea – 659 000 (+0%)

#7 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Session 1 – 617 000 (+0%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Sydney Sixers v Brisbane – 590 000 (+0%)

#11 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Lunch – 552 000 (+0%)

#15 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Perth v Adelaide – 377 000 (+0%)

#16 Sunrise – 366 000 (+5%)

#17 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Pre Game – 331 000 (+0%)

#18 The Chase Australia – 296 000 (+3%)

#27 Sunrise – Extended – 215 000 (+5%)

#28 Sunrise – Early – 208 000 (+5%)

Nine

#2 9News – 1,002 000 (+6%)

#10 A Current Affair – 555 000 (+7%)

#12 2024 United Cup Day 6 – Night – 431 000 (+9%)

#13 Hot Seat – 423 000 (+5%)

#20 Today – 290 000 (+9%)

#23 Hot Seat – 5pm – 262 000 (+6%)

#29 9News Afternoon – 200 000 (+6%)

#30 Today Extra Summer – 199 000 (+9%)

10

#21 The Project 7pm – 266 000 (+3%)

#22 10 News First – 262 000 (+4%)

#25 Thank God You’re Here (R) – 237 000 (+4%)

ABC

#4 ABC News – 786 000 (+4%)

#8 Mad as Hell Does Hard Quiz (R) – 617 000 (+5%)

#19 Spicks and Specks – 295 000 (+6%)

#24 Hard Quiz (R) – 239 000 (+7%)

#26 Changing Ends – 227 000 (+41%)

SBS

#14 Fargo – 382 000 (+329%)

TV Ratings AustraliaTotal TV – 25-54

#2 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Session 3 – 269 000 (+0%)

#4 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Sydney Sixers v Brisbane – 217 000 (+0%)

#5 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Tea – 203 000 (+0%)

#6 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Session 2 – 196 000 (+0%)

#7 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Session 1 – 181 000 (+0%)

#8 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Lunch – 173 000 (+0%)

#9 Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Perth v Adelaide – 145 000 (+1%)

#12 2024 United Cup Day 6 – Night – 129 000 (+16%)

#13 Mad as Hell Does Hard Quiz (R) - 118 000 (+8%)

#14 Fargo – 114 000 (+850%)

#16 Seven’s Cricket: Third Test – Australia v Pakistan Day 1 Pre Game – 99 000 (+0%)

#17 Thank God You’re Here (R) – 98 000 (+9%)

#19 The Project 7pm – 90 000 (+5%)

#21 Spicks and Specks – 76 000 (+9%)

#27 Highway Patrol – episode 2 (R) – 56 000 (+6%)

#28 The Big Bang Theory – episode 3 (R) – 55 000 (+4%)

#29 The Force: Behind the Line – 55 000 (+17%)

TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

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TV Ratings AustraliaAnalysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. Home and Away was #5 with 409 000 and was the #1 non news program of the night in primetime. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Perth was #9 with 315 000 across 7 and 7mate. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Perth Post Game was #13 with 249 000 across 7 and 7mate. The late movie, The Cold Light of Day was on 56 000.

Nine

9News was #2 with wins in Melbourne and Brisbane. A Current Affair was #3 overall with 535 000 and won its slot. A new episode of Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo was #7 with 354 000. Clarkson’s Farm was #14 with 247 000. A repeat of Police Rescue Australia was on 138 000. A repeat of The Equalizer was on 62 000. A repeat of La Brea was on 28 000. The third season of La Brea has launched in the US, but although Nine has shown season 1 and repeated it twice, the second season is yet to find a linear timeslot (although the show can be seen on 9Now).

10

The Project 6.30pm was on 118 000. The Project 7pm was #18 with 194 000. The movie, Meet the Parents was on 123 000. The sequel, Meet the Focker followed with 80 000.

ABC

ABC News was #4 for the night. A repeat of Hard Quiz was #11 with 298 000. The second (and final) part of Australia’s Open was #15 with 212 000. The third episode of Changin Ends was on 95 000. A repeat of Spicks and Specks was on 75 000.

16-39

  1. 9News
  2. Seven News
  3. Home and Away
  4. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Perth
  5. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Perth Post Game

25-54

  1. 9News
  2. Seven News
  3. A Current Affair
  4. Home and Away
  5. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Brisbane v Perth

Multi Channels

Winner: 7two (4.8%)

Second: 7mate (4.7%)

7two was the #1 multi channel thanks to Bargain Hunt (#3 with 84 000), Heartbeat (#2 with 89 000) and Lewis (#1 with 96 000).

7mate was the #2 multi channel thanks to Highway Patrol – episode 1 (##17 with 65 000), Highway Patrol – episode 2 (#9 with 71 000), The Force: Behind the Line – episode 1 (#6 with 79 000) and The Force: Behind the Line – episode 2 (#8 with 74 000).

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

NINE

N/A

SEVEN

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TEN

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