Weekly Ratings Australia

Weekly Ratings Australia – Seven wins total people. Nine wins demographics.

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

Sunday 8 October to Saturday 14 October, 2023

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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

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Seven 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.

7two 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 (19.3% to just 14.5%) and in 25-54 (19.6% to 14.8%) with network shares.

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The Voice 2023 winner Tarryn Stokes with coach Rita Ora (image – Seven)

Weekly Ratings Australia – Top 10 Shows

Top 10 Shows – Total People (Commercial Networks)

1SEVEN NEWS – SUNSeven944,000
2SEVEN NEWSSeven830,000
3SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30Seven820,000
4THE VOICE – GRAND FINALE WINNER ANNOUNCEDSeven783,000
5THE BLOCK -MONNine756,000
6THE VOICE – GRAND FINALESeven740,000
7NINE NEWSNine712,000
8NINE NEWS SUNDAYNine710,000
9NINE NEWS 6:30Nine706,000
10THE BLOCK -TUENine655,000

Top 10 Shows – 16-39 (Commercial Networks)

1THE BLOCK -MONNine155,000
2THE BLOCK -TUENine144,000
3HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?10134,000
4THE BLOCK -THUNine126,000
5THE BLOCK -WEDNine122,000
6SEVEN NEWS – SUNSeven99,000
7THE MASKED SINGER AUSTRALIA – REVEAL1099,000
8THE VOICE – GRAND FINALE WINNER ANNOUNCEDSeven96,000
9ICC MEN’S ODI WORLD CUP 2023 -IND V AUS -S1Nine93,000
10SAS AUSTRALIA – LAUNCHSeven88,000

Top 10 Shows – 25-54 (Commercial Networks)

1THE BLOCK -MONNine327,000
2THE BLOCK -TUENine286,000
3SEVEN NEWS – SUNSeven267,000
4HAVE YOU BEEN PAYING ATTENTION?10251,000
5THE BLOCK -THUNine245,000
6THE VOICE – GRAND FINALE WINNER ANNOUNCEDSeven243,000
7THE BLOCK -WEDNine239,000
8SUPERCARS CHAMPIONSHIP: BATHURST 1000 RACESeven229,000
9THE VOICE – GRAND FINALESeven227,000
10SAS AUSTRALIA – LAUNCHSeven206,000

Weekly Ratings Australia – 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

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, recording the following shares:
    • People 25-54: 40.5%
    • People 16-39: 44.3%
    • Grocery Shopper + Child: 43%
    • Total People: 39.5%
  • Across the primary channel shares (prime time), Channel 9  won the week with all key demos, recording the following shares:
    • People 25-54: 28.8%
    • People 16-39: 32.5%
    • Grocery Shopper + Child: 32.4%
    • Total People: 27.9%
  • Last Monday’s episode of The Block was the No. 1 program of the week with People 25-54, 16-39 and GS + Child.
  • Last Tuesday’s episode of The Block was the No. 2 program of the week with People 25-54, 16-39 and GS + Child.
  • The Block continues at 7.30pm tomorrow night with Upstairs Bathroom and Re-Do Room reveals.

SEVEN

Seven delivers Australia’s biggest audience

Seven: #1 network in 2023 so far, #1 in 25 to 54s, 16 to 39s

Seven: #1 in year-on-year growth

Week 41: Seven #1

Week 41: Top five programs of the week

7NEWS Sunday: #1 program

The Voice Grand Finale: #1 entertainment program

Sunrise: #1 breakfast show

7plus #1 in VOD

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

2023 year to date: Seven Network #1 in survey and calendar 2023 in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s nationally.

2023 year to date: The only network growing in calendar 2023 in all people share nationally and across regional Australia.

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

Week 41: #1 network nationally, across the capital cities and across regional Australia in all people, #1 in regional Australia in 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

Week 41: Channel 7#1 channel across the capital cities in all people.

Week 41: Top five programs of the week.

Week 41: 7plus #1 in BVOD with a 45.8% commercial share.

Week 41: 7two #1 multichannel.

Week 41: 7two, 7mate, 7Bravo, 7flix #1 multichannel group nationally and across the capital cities.

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7NEWS Sunday: #1 program of the week, 1.46 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

7NEWS Monday to Friday: #2 program of the week, 1.29 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

7NEWS at 6.30 Monday to Friday: #3 program of the week, 1.26 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

The Voice – Grand Finale Winner Announced: #1 entertainment program of the week, #4 program overall. 1.23 million total audience, 1.17 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

The Voice – Grand Finale: #5 program of the week. 1.23 million total audience,1.14 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot. Boosts timeslot audience 15% year-on-year. 

Supercars Championship: Repco Bathurst 1000 Day 3 Race: #7 program of the week, 1.13 million total audience. 1.05 million broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

7NEWS Saturday: #9 program of the week, 958,000 broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

Home and Away: #1 drama program of the week, 740,000 broadcast viewers nationally. 

The Chase Australia: #1 game show of the week, 714,000 broadcast viewers nationally.

SAS Australia – Launch: 712,000 total audience. 647,000 broadcast viewers nationally. Audience up on the same episode last year. 7plus audience up 52% year-on-year.

SAS Australia – Tuesday: 700,000 total audience, 650,000 broadcast viewers nationally. Audience up 20% on the same episode last year. 7plus audience up 69% year-on-year.

7NEWS Spotlight: 666,000 total audience. 624,000 broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot.

SAS Australia – Wednesday: 661,000 total audience, 592,000 broadcast viewers nationally. Audience up 10% on the same episode last year. 7plus live streaming audience up 58% year-on-year.

Better Homes and Gardens: #1 lifestyle program, 641,000 total audience, 597,000 broadcast viewers nationally. #1 in its timeslot in 25 to 54s.

Sunrise: #1 breakfast show of the week, 348,000 average national audience Monday to Friday. 25% more broadcast viewers than its closest rival.

TEN

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