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Monday Ratings – 2022 FIFA World Cup Final is #1 non news in primetime in overnights, whilst a repeat of Border Security takes Total TV

Analysis for Total TV (12 December, 2022) and Overnight (19 December, 2022) ratings.

TOTAL TV – Total People

Seven News at 6:30 was #1 with 1,380 000, a rise of 2%. Seven News was #2 with 1,359 000, an upswing of 3%. A repeat of Border Security was #8, but #1 non news in primetime with 744 000, a lift of 4%. The Chase Australia was #10 with 713 000, an increase of 3%. Motorway Patrol was #13 with 543 000, a boost of 3%. Highway Cops was #15 with 441 000, growth of 3%. The Chase Australia – 5pm was #17 with 404 000, strengthening its overnights by 3%. Sunrise was #18 with 402 000, bolstering its audience by 4%. Seven News at 4:30 was #26 with 317 000, an upsurge of 2%. Seven News at 4 was #29 with 284 000, an improvement of 2%.

Nine News 6:30 was #3 with 1, 062 000, expanding its viewership by 4%. Nine News was #4 with 1,042 000, an enhancement of 4%. A Current Affair was #5, but #1 in its slot with 899 000, an uplift of 5%. Snackmasters was #12 with 577 000, up 11%. Hot Seat was #14 with 526 000, a rise of 4%. A repeat of Tipping Point was #19 with 389 000, an upswing of 6%. Nine’s Afternoon News was #20 with 365 000, a lift of 3%. Love Island Australia – Monday was #22 with 356 000, an increase of 474%. Hot Seat – 5pm was #24 with 349 000, a boost of 3%. Inside the Superbrands was #25 with 323 000, growth of 9%. Today was #27 with 306 000, strengthening its overnights by 7%.

The Project 7pm was #21 with 363 000, bolstering its audience by 4%. 10 News First was #23 with 350 000, an upsurge of 2%. FBI: Most Wanted was #28 with 291 000, an improvement of 20%. A repeat of Bondi Rescue was #30 with 279 000, expanding its audience by 4%.

ABC News was #6 with 882 000, an enhancement of 3%. 730 was #7 with 839 000, an uplift of 4%. Media Watch had its season final at #9 with 742 000, up 20%. A repeat of Australian Story: Summer Series was #11 with 589 000, a rise of 7%. Harley & Katya was #16 with 433 000, an upswing of 13%.

TOTAL TV – 25-54

Love Island Australia was #8 and the third most watched non news program with 203 000 viewers, a lift of 421%. Snackmasters is very strong in this demographic, landing at #4 and beating Nine News. It had 261 000 viewers, an increase of 14%.

OVERNIGHT RATINGS


Analysis

Seven News at 6:30 was #1 with wins in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Seven News was #2 with win a clean sweep in all markets. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Hobart v Perth was #12 with 311 000.

Nine News 6:30 was #3 with a win by 2000 in Brisbane. Nine News was #4 with no wins in any of the 5 cap city markets. A Current Affair was #6, but #2 in its slot behind ABC News with 517 000. Snackmasters had its grand final and placed #11 with 311 000. Inside the Superbrands had 182 000 and a repeat of Australian Crime Stories was on 106 000.

The Project 6:30pm had 186 000. The Project 7pm had 260 000 viewers. A repeat of Bondi Rescue had 209 000. Bondi Rescue’s second repeat episode had 175 000. The movie, Mission Impossible had 113 000.

ABC News was #5 but #1 in its slot. 730 Summer was #7 with 496 000 viewers. Australian Story: Summer Series was #10 with 403 000. The special, Brian Cox: Seven Days on Mars had 192 000.

2022 FIFA World Cup Final: France v Argentina (Live) had 411 000 fans.

16-39

  1. 2022 FIFA World Cup Final: France v Argentina (Live)
  2. Seven News at 6:30
  3. Seven News
  4. Seven’s Cricket: Big Bash League – Hobart v Perth
  5. Nine News 6:30

25-54

  1. Seven News at 6:30
  2. 2022 FIFA World Cup Final: France v Argentina (Live)
  3. Seven News
  4. Nine News 6:30
  5. Nine News

Multi Channels

Winner: 9Gem (5.0%)

Second: 7two (4.4%)

9Gem had a winning combination with a repeat of Death in Paradise coming at #3. The Bondi film, Tomorrow Never Dies was #5 with 106 000 viewers. 7two remained strong with the ever reliable Doc Martin #1 in the multi channels with 128 000. Inspector Morse also did well with 82 000.


How the Networks Analysed their Own Performance

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