TV Ratings Australia
Melbourne v Brisbane (image - Seven)

Friday TV Ratings Australia – Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst The Mid-Year Ashes on Nine wins in Total TV

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (7 July, 2023) and Overnight (14 July, 2023) ratings.

Seven

#1 Seven News – 1,326 000 (+3%)

#2 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,226 000 (+3%)

#7 The Chase Australia – 887 000 (+4%)

#10 Better Homes and Gardens – 718 000 (+5%)

#11 The Chase Australia – 5pm – 560 000 (+4%)

#13 Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football – 550 000 (+2%)

#16 Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football – Pre Match – 439 000 (+1%)

#23 Sunrise – 379 000 (+5%)

#30 Seven News at 4.30 – 343 000 (+3%)

Nine

#3 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 2 – 1,180 000 (+17%)

#4 Nine News – 1,011 000 (+5%)

#5 Nine News 6.30 – 999 000 (+5%)

#6 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 2 – 977 000 (+21%)

#8 A Current Affair – 813 000 (+7%)

#12 Hot Seat – 553 000 (+5%)

#15 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 2 – 441 000 (+21%)

#17 Tipping Point (R) – 435 000 (+4%)

#18 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 2 – 421 000 (+14%)

#19 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 2 – 405 000 (+10%)

#20 Nine’s Afternoon News – 391 000 (+4%)

#21 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 2 – 387 000 (+34%)

#25 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Tea – Day 2 – 374 000 (+28%)

#26 Thursday Night NRL Live – 359 000 (+13%)

#29 Hot Seat – 5pm – 345 000 (+5%)

10

#24 Location, Location, Location Australia – 375 000 (+19%)

#27 10 News First – 351 000 (+3%)

ABC

#9 ABC News – 772 000 (+4%)

#14 First Weapons – 506 000 (+12%)

#22 Death in Paradise (R) – 380 000 (+10%)

#28 Utopia- Encore – 350 000 (+126%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#1 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 2 – 451 000 (+30%)

#4 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 2 – 414 000 (+33%)

#8 Better Homes and Gardens – 198 000 (+8%)

#9 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 2 – 192 000 (+39%)

#10 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 2 – 189 000 (+34%)

#11 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Tea – Day 2 – 187 000 (+39%)

#12 Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football – 186 000 (+2%)

#14 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 2 – 174 000 (+23%)

#16 Utopia – Encore – 138 000 (+283%)

#17 Location, Location, Location Australia – 137 000 (+25%)

#21 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 2 – 126 000 (+21%)

#22 Friday Night NRL Live – 125 000 (+23%)

#23 The Project 7pm – 119 000 (+5%)

#27 Have You Been Paying Attention – Encore – 103 000 (+39%)

Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Seven News at 6.30 was #4 with wins in the same markets. Better Homes and Gardens was #9 with 419 000 viewers across 7 and 7two. Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football – Pre Match was #14 with 291 000 across 7 and 7mate. Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football was #7 with 464 000 across 7 and 7mate. Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football – Post Match was #13 with 299 000 across 7 and 7mate.

Nine

Nine News was #2 with wins in Sydney and Brisbane. Nine News 6.30 was #3 with wins in the same markets. A Current Affair was #5 overall, but #1 in its slot with 528 000. Friday Night NRL Live was #18 with 243 000 across 9 and 9Gem. 2023 Wimbledon Day 12 – Night was watched by 143 000 across 9 and 9Gem.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #33 with 149 000. The Project 7pm was #28 with 159 000. Location Location Location Australia was #21 with 209 000 viewers. An encore of Have You Been Paying Attention? was watched by 136 000. A repeat of The Graham Norton Show was on 93 000. A late night repeat of The Graham Norton Show was on 80 000.

ABC

ABC News was #8 for the night and sat behind A Current Affair. First Weapons was #19 with 240 000 viewers. A repeat of Death in Paradise was on 204 000. An encore of Utopia was on 108 000. An encore of Gold Diggers was on 50 000.

16-39

  1. Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football
  2. Nine News
  3. Nine News 6.30
  4. Seven News
  5. Seven News at 6.30

25-54

  1. Nine News
  2. Seven’s AFL: Friday Night Football
  3. Nine News 6.30
  4. Seven News
  5. Seven News at 6.30

Multi Channels

Winner: 10 Bold (7.8%)

Second: 7two (4.2%)

10 Bold was the #1 multi channel thanks to Football: Matildas v France (#1 with 299 000), Football: Matildas v France – Post Game (#2 with 188 000) and Football: Matildas v France – Pre Game (#14 with 84 000).

7two was the #2 multi channel thanks to Better Homes and Gardens airing in Melbourne and Adelaide (#5 with 100 000), Bargain Hunt (#9 with 88 000), Escape to the Country – new (#12 with 86 000) and Escape to the Country – repeat (70 000).

VOZ Ratings

Note: This post will be updated with VOZ ratings each afternoon

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

NINE

N/A

SEVEN

N/A

TEN

N/A

OzTam Information

Ratings

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