Weekly Ratings Australia – Nine takes total people in network and primary channel shares. Nine also wins 16-39 and 25-54 demographics in network and primary channel shares.

Sunday 5 November to Saturday 11 November, 2023

Weekly Ratings AustraliaWeek 45

Network Share Total People

Primary Share Total People

Network Share 16-39

Primary Share 16-39

Network Share 25-54

Primary Share 25-54

Multi Channel Total People

5 Capital City Network Total People

5 Capital City Primary Total People

Weekly Ratings AustraliaAnalysis


Nine wins in Total People Network and Total People Primary Channel shares.

Nine wins in 16-39 demographics in Network and Primary Channel shares.

Nine wins in 25-54 demographics in Network and Primary Channel shares.

9Gem was the highest multi channel in Total People.

10 Peach was the highest multi channel in 16-39.

10 Peach was the highest multi channel in 25-54.

ABC did beat 10 in total people network and primary channel shares. However, it should be noted that ABC have a massive advantage in older age brackets. In 16-39, 10 smashed ABC (21.2% to just 11.2%) and in 25-54 (21.3% to 12.8%) with network shares.

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The Block (image – Nine)

Weekly Ratings Australia – Top 10 Shows

Top 10 Shows – Total People (Commercial Networks)

1THE BLOCK -WINNER ANNOUNCEDNine1,592,000
2THE BLOCK -GRAND FINALNine1,274,000
3MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-RACE101,110,000
4MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-PRESENTATION10877,000
5SEVEN NEWSSeven830,000
6SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven820,000
7SEVEN NEWS – SUNSeven810,000
8NINE NEWS SUNDAYNine783,000
9MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-MOUNTING YARD10716,000
10NINE NEWS 6:30Nine701,000

Top 10 Shows – 16-39 (Commercial Networks)

1THE BLOCK -WINNER ANNOUNCEDNine296,000
2THE BLOCK -GRAND FINALNine223,000
3MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-RACE10189,000
4MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-PRESENTATION10149,000
5MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-MOUNTING YARD10112,000
6THE MASKED SINGER AUSTRALIA – THE FINAL REVEAL10100,000
7HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?1099,000
860 MINUTESNine96,000
9NINE NEWS SUNDAYNine91,000
10THE MASKED SINGER AUSTRALIA – GRAND FINALE1081,000

Top 10 Shows – 25-54 (Commercial Networks)

1THE BLOCK -WINNER ANNOUNCEDNine659,000
2THE BLOCK -GRAND FINALNine515,000
3MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-RACE10390,000
4MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-PRESENTATION10313,000
560 MINUTESNine263,000
6MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL: LEXUS MELBOURNE CUP-MOUNTING YARD10246,000
7NINE NEWS SUNDAYNine241,000
8THE MASKED SINGER AUSTRALIA – THE FINAL REVEAL10235,000
9HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?10235,000
10THE AMAZING RACE AUSTRALIA: CELEBRITY – THE FINISH LINE10210,000

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

The main points to summarise this week from a Nine perspective are: 

  • Across the network shares (prime time), 9Network won the week with all key demos and Total People, recording the following shares:
    • People 25-54: 44.3%
    • People 16-39: 46.2%
    • Grocery Shopper + Child: 47.1%
    • Total People: 43.4%
  • Across the primary channel shares (prime time), Channel 9 won the week with all key demos and Total People, recording the following shares:
    • People 25-54: 30.3%
    • People 16-39: 32.1%
    • Grocery Shopper + Child: 35.4%
    • Total People: 31.2%
  • Sunday night’s Block Finale was the highest rating entertainment show for 2023 to date, leading the 9Network’s completely dominant Sunday win as Australia’s no.1 program with Total People and all key demos across the 5 City Metro, East Coast and in all metro capitals 
  • The Block Finale recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 252,000 (+19% YoY), with the Winner Announced segment the no.1 program live streamed against FTA broadcasters, recording a Live BVOD Audience of 205,000 (+29% YoY).

This series of The Block has averaged 1.382 million Total TV viewers per episode

SEVEN

Seven leads in 2023

Seven: #1 network so far in 2023, #1 in 25 to 54s

Seven: #1 in year-on-year growth

Week 45: 7NEWS: #1 news program of the week

Home and Away: #1 drama

The Chase Australia: #1 game show

Sunrise: #1 breakfast show, 20% bigger than closest rival

2023 year to date: Seven Network delivers Australia’s biggest viewing audience; #1 in survey and calendar years 2023 nationally and in the capital cities in all people.

2023 year to date: Seven Network #1 nationally in survey year 2023 in 25 to 54s.

2023 year to date: The only network growing in survey and calendar years 2023 in all people share nationally.

2023 year to date: Seven Network #1 in year-on-year audience share growth nationally and across the capital cities in survey and calendar years 2023 in all people.

Week 45: #1 network across regional Australia in all people and in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

Week 45: Three of the top four programs of the week.

7NEWS Monday to Friday: #1 news program of the week, 1.31 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

7NEWS at 6.30 Monday to Friday: #3 program of the week, 1.27 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

7NEWS Sunday: #4 program of the week, 1.2 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

7NEWS Saturday: #8 program of the week, 979,000 broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

The 1% Club: 850,000 total audience, 813,000 broadcast viewers nationally.

The Chase Australia: #1 game show of the week, 768,000 broadcast viewers nationally.

Home and Away: #1 drama program of the week, 732,000 broadcast viewers nationally. 

Better Homes and Gardens: #1 lifestyle program, 637,000 total audience, 609,000 broadcast viewers nationally.

Sunrise: #1 breakfast show of the week, 366,000 average national audience Monday to Friday. 20% more broadcast viewers than its closest rival.

TEN

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