TV Ratings Australia
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Saturday TV Ratings Australia – Seven’s Cricket: ICC World Cup is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football wins in Total TV

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (3 June, 2023) and Overnight (10 June, 2023) ratings.

Seven

#1 Seven News – Saturday – 1,072 000 (+3%)

#6 Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – 562 000 (+1%)

#9 Weekend Sunrise – Saturday – 379 000 (+4%)

#10 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – 357 000 (+2%)

#11 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – 347 000 (+3%)

#12 Weekend Sunrise – Saturday – Late – 344 000 (+5%)

#19 Weekend Sunrise – Saturday – Early – 231 000 (+5%)

#20 Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – Pre Match – 222 000 (+0%)

#21 Seven News at 5 – 213 000 (+2%)

#25 The Morning Show – Weekend Edition – 189 000 (+4%)

Nine

#2 Nine News Saturday – 836 000 (+4%)

#4 A Current Affair – Saturday – 636 000 (+7%)

#8 Getaway – 451 000 (+4%)

#15 Weekend Today – Saturday – 257 000 (+8%)

#16 Nine News: First at Five – 254 000 (+4%)

#18 Weekend Today – Saturday – Late – 234 000 (+8%)

#26 Weekend Today – Saturday – Early – 182 000 (+7%)

10

#13 10 News First Saturday – 288 000 (+2%)

#14 Football – Isuzu UTE A-League Grand Final – 274 000 (+11%)

#24 The Dog House – 191 000 (+9%)

ABC

#3 ABC News – Saturday – 647 000 (+4%)

#5 Vera (R) – 562 000 (+31%)

#7 Sister Boniface Mysteries – 493 000 (+20%)

#23 The North Water – 193 000 (+42%)

#28 The ABC Of – Encore – 172 000 (+21%)

#30 Octonauts – 166 000 (+19%)

SBS

#17 SBS World News – 242 000 (+3%)

#22 The Real Crown: Inside House of Windsor – 213 000 (+9%)

#27 Westminster Abbey: Behind Closed Doors – 178 000 (+9%)

#29 SBS World News 7pm – 169 000 (+4%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#3 Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – 200 000 (+1%)

#5 Football – Isuzu UTE A-League Grand Final – 118 000 (+11%)

#17 Vera (R) – 67 000 (+60%)

#19 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – 64 000 (+5%)

#21 M – Spies in Disguise – 61 000 (+7%)

#25 Sister Boniface Mysteries – 56 000 (+56%)

#26 M – Con Air (R) – 56 000 (+4%)

#27 The Dog House – 55 000 (+12%)

Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis

Seven

Seven News – Saturday was #1 with wins in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Session 2 was #5 with 418 000. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Session 1 was #6 with 398 000. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Lunch was #12 with 251 000. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Tea was #15 with 230 000. Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football was #8 with 291 000 across 7 and 7mate.

Nine

Nine News Saturday was #2 with a win in Sydney. A Current Affair – Saturday was #4 with 425 000. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince had an audience of 129 000. The movie, Mortan Engines had a late night audience of 59 000.

10

A Bondi Rescue encore had an audience of 100 000. A new episode of The Dog House UK was on 124 000. A repeat of The Dog House Australia was on 147 000. A new episode of Blue Bloods was on 82 000. CSI: Vegas improved on that slightly with 83 000.

ABC

ABC News- Saturday was #3 and was in front of ACA. Sister Boniface Mysteries was #9 with 280 000. A repeat of Vera was #10 with 278 000. The North Water was on 71 000. Ragdoll had just 34 000.

16-39

  1. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final D4 S2
  2. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final D4 Tea
  3. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final D4 S1
  4. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final D4 Lunch
  5. Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football

25-54

  1. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final D4 S2
  2. Nine News Saturday
  3. Seven News – Saturday
  4. Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final D4 S1
  5. A Current Affair – Saturday

Multi Channels

Winner: 7mate (8.7%)

Second: 9GO! (3.7%)

7mate was the #1 multi channel thanks to Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Session 2 airing in Melbourne and Adelaide (#1 with 178 000), Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Session 1 airing in Melbourne and Adelaide (#2 with 165 000), Seven’s Cricket: ICC WTC Final Day 4 Lunch in Melbourne and Adelaide (#9 with 87 000) and Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football airing in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth (#8 with 92 000).

9GO! was the #2 multi channel thanks to the movie, Jumaji: Welcome to the Jungle (#12 with 73 000) and the movie, Central Intelligence (57 000).

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

You can find all the latest ratings HERE

A link to OzTam is HERE

TV Ratings Australia

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