Weekly Ratings Australia – Seven takes total people network and primary channel. Seven wins 16-39 and 25-54, both in network and primary shares.
Sunday 4 June to Saturday 10 June, 2023
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
Seven wins in Total People Network and Total People Primary Channel shares.
Seven wins in 16-39 demographics in Network and Primary Channel shares.
Seven wins in 25-54 demographic in Network and Primary Channel shares.
7mate was the highest multi channel in Total People.
7mate was the highest multi channel in 16-39.
7mate was the highest multi channel in 25-54.
10 did beat ABC in a close total people network, but lost out slightly in total people primary shares, however, it should be noted that ABC have a massive advantage in older age brackets. In 16-39, 10 smashed ABC (19.0% to just 8.4%) and in 25-54 (20.4% to 9.5%) with network shares.
Top 10 Shows – Total People (Commercial Networks)
|2||SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30||Seven||892,000|
|3||SEVEN NEWS – SUN||Seven||818,000|
|4||NINE NEWS SUNDAY||Nine||806,000|
|6||NINE NEWS 6:30||Nine||773,000|
|8||SEVEN NEWS – SAT||Seven||665,000|
|9||NINE NEWS SATURDAY||Nine||607,000|
|10||A CURRENT AFFAIR||Nine||607,000|
Top 10 Shows – 16-39 (Commercial Networks)
|1||HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?||10||123,000|
|2||SEVEN’S CRICKET: ICC WTC FINAL D1 S1||Seven||109,000|
|3||PARENTAL GUIDANCE -LAUNCH||Nine||106,000|
|4||NINE NEWS SUNDAY||Nine||101,000|
|5||SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30||Seven||98,000|
|9||NINE NEWS 6:30||Nine||90,000|
|10||MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN||10||89,000|
Top 10 Shows – 25-54 (Commercial Networks)
|1||HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?||10||283,000|
|2||NINE NEWS SUNDAY||Nine||248,000|
|4||SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30||Seven||234,000|
|6||SEVEN’S CRICKET: ICC WTC FINAL D1 S1||Seven||225,000|
|8||PARENTAL GUIDANCE -LAUNCH||Nine||215,000|
|9||NINE NEWS 6:30||Nine||213,000|
|10||THE SUMMIT -WINNER ANNOUNCED||Nine||213,000|
How the Networks Analysed their Own Performance
Note: N/A means the network has not sent out a report today
Note: This post will update as networks often send out releases later on Sunday OR Monday morning
The main points to summarise this week from a Nine perspective are:
- Channel 9 was the No. 1 primary channel for the week with Grocery Shopper + Child.
- Across the network shares (prime time), 9Network recorded the following shares:
- People 25-54: 34.7%
- People 16-39: 33.2%
- Grocery Shopper + Child: 37.6%
- Total People: 34.4%
- Across the primary channel shares (prime time), Channel 9 recorded the following shares:
- People 25-54: 23.3%
- People 16-39: 22.6%
- Grocery Shopper + Child: 28.6%
- Total People: 24.3%
- The launch episode of Parental Guidance has season 2 has recorded a Total TV Audience of 860,000 viewers.
- The episode recorded its highest ever Live BVOD audience at 50,000, up 24% on season 1. On 5 City Cap, the launch episode of Parental Guidance was the No. 1 program of the week with Grocery Shopper + Child, while episode 2 was the fourth most watched program of the week with GS+Child demo.
- Travel Guides recorded its highest ever Live BVOD Audience at 45,000 (+67% YoY).
Seven delivers Australia’s biggest audience
Biggest national audience in week 23
Wins week 22 in seven day consolidated audience
- Seven: #1 network in 2023
- Seven: The only network growing in 2023 in all viewers
- Week 23: Seven #1 in total people, 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s
- Week 23: Top three programs
- ICC World Test Championship Final: #1 sports program
- 7plus: #1 in BVOD, up 37% year-on-year
- 7mate: #1 multichannel
- Sunrise: #1 breakfast show
2023: Seven Network attracts Australia’s biggest viewing audience; #1 in survey and calendar 2023 in total people nationally.
2023: Seven Network is growing across all screens.The only network growing in calendar 2023 in total people share nationally.
Seven: Biggest audience nationally for nine weeks in a row.
Week 22: #1 network nationally after seven days of consolidated ratings.
Week 23: #1 network nationally, #1 in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
Week 23: #1 network in the capital cities, #1 in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
Week 23: Seven Network wins by 12.8 share points in total people nationally, 8.2 share points in 25 to 54s, 10.5 share points in 16 to 39s.
Week 23: Seven Network delivers clean sweep, winning every day nationally in week 23.
Week 23: Seven Network audience up 22% week-on-week in total people, 37% in 25 to 54s, 63% in 16 to 39s.
Week 23: 7NEWS: Top three programs of the week in total people nationally.
National free-to-air network commercial shares (%):
|Week 23||Total people||25 to 54s||16 to 39s|
Capital city free-to-air network commercial shares (%):
|Week 23||Total people||25 to 54s||16 to 39s|
7plus: #1 in BVOD with a 45.7% commercial share. 378 million minutes streamed, up 37% year-on-year
7mate: #1 multichannel nationally and across the capital cities.
7two: #2 multichannel nationally and across the capital cities.
7two, 7mate, 7Bravo, 7flix: #1 multichannel group nationally and across the capital cities.
7NEWS Monday to Friday: #1 program of the week, 1.47 million viewers nationally.
7NEWS at 6.30 Monday to Friday: #2 program of the week, 1.4 million viewers nationally.
7NEWS Sunday: #3 program of the week, 1.22 million viewers nationally.
7NEWS Saturday: #7 program of the week, 1.03 million viewers nationally.
The Chase Australia: #1 game show of the week, 911,000 viewers nationally.
7NEWS Spotlight: 879,000 viewers. Biggest audience of the season so far.
The 1% Club: 877,000 viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.
The ICC World Test Championship Final: Day 1, Session 1: #1 sport program of the week, 823,000 viewers nationally.
Home and Away: #1 drama program of the week, 777,000 viewers nationally.
Sunrise: #1 breakfast show of the week, 411,000 average national audience Monday to Friday. 45% more broadcast viewers than its closest rival.
Weekly Ratings Australia
Link to OzTam HERE
TV Central Ratings section HERE