Tv Ratings Australia
Sister Boniface Mysteries (image - ABC)

Saturday TV Ratings Australia – Sister Boniface Mysteries on ABC is #1 non news in primetime for overnights and wins in Total TV

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (8 July, 2023) and Overnight (15 July, 2023) ratings.

Seven

#1 Seven News – Saturday – 1,158 000 (+2%)

#7 Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – 507 000 (+0%)

#10 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – 393 000 (+3%)

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

#12 Seven News at 5 – 368 000 (+2%)

#13 M – Mision: Impossible – Rogue Nation (R) – 343 000 (+7%)

#14 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line – episode 2 (R) – 342 000 (+2%)

#15 Weekend Sunrise – Saturday – Late – 339 000 (+5%)

#19 Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – Pre Match – 280 000 (+0%)

#22 Weekend Sunrise – Saturday – Early – 251 000 (+4%)

#23 Supercars Championship: Townsville 500 Race 16 – 244 000 (+6%)

#28 The Morning Show – Weekend – 175 000 (+4%)

Nine

#2 Nine News Saturday – 921 000 (+4%)

#3 A Current Affair – Saturday – 716 000 (+8%)

#8 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 3 – 463 000 (+9%)

#9 Getaway – 449 000 (+6%)

#16 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Rain Delay – Day 3 – 332 000 (+15%)

#18 Nine News: First at Five – 281 000 (+4%)

#21 Weekend Today – Saturday – 253 000 (+9%)

#25 Weekend Today – Saturday – Late – 233 000 (+8%)

#26 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 2 – 222 000 (+28%)

#29 Weekend Today – Saturday – Early – 175 000 (+8%)

10

#17 10 News First Saturday – 318 000 (+2%)

#20 The Dog House Australia (R) – 270 000 (+7%)

ABC

#4 ABC News – Saturday – 699 000 (+3%)

#5 Sister Boniface Mysteries – 532 000 (+13%)

#6 Vera (R) – 529 000 (+14%)

#27 Weekend Breakfast – 185 000 (+6%)

SBS

#24 SBS World News – 240 000 (+3%)

#30 2023 Tour De France: Stage 8 Live – 170 000 (+5%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#3 Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – 171 000 (+0%)

#5 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 3 – 156 000 (+16%)

#6 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Rain Delay – Day 3 – 125 000 (+26%)

#7 M – Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (R) – 118 000 (+5%)

#8 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (R) – 117 000 (+8%)

#12 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 2 – 107 000 (+41%)

#18 The Dog House Australia (R) – 80 000 (+7%)

#24 2023 Tour De France 2023: Stage 8 Live – 66 000 (+8%)

#25 The Mid-Year Ashes: Third Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 3 – 63 000 (+34%)

#26 Location, Location, Location Australia – Encore – 59 000 (+26%)

Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis

Seven

Seven News – Saturday was #1 with wins in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football – Pre Match was #15 with 177 000 across 7 and 7mate. Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football was #7 with 286 000 across 7 and 7mate.

Nine

Nine News Saturday was #2 with a win in Brisbane. A Current Affair – Saturday was #3 overall, but #1 in its slot with 420 000. The Rugby Championship 2023 – Wallabies v Argentina was #9 with 250 000 across 9 and 9Gem. The Rugby Championship 2023 – Wallabies v Argentina Pre Match was #13 with 221 000 across 9 and 9Gem. 2023 Wimbledon Day 13 – Women’s Final was #16 with 175 000.

10

An encore of Location, Location, Location Australia was on 90 000. A repeat episode of The Dog House Australia was on 163 000. A new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles was on 99 000. A second new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles was on 90 000. A third episode of NCIS: Los Angeles was on 91 000. A late night encore of The Cheap Seats was on 34 000.

ABC

ABC News – Saturday was #4 for the night and sat behind A Current Affair. Sister Boniface Mysteries was #5 with 328 000 and was the #1 non news show of the night. A repeat of Vera was #6 with 316 000. An encore of the movie, Limbo was on 50 000.

16-39

  1. Seven News – Saturday
  2. Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football
  3. The Rugby Championship 2023 – Wallabies v Argentina
  4. Nine News Saturday
  5. The Rugby Championship 2023 – Wallabies v Argentina: Pre Match

25-54

  1. Seven News – Saturday
  2. Nine News Saturday
  3. Seven’s AFL: Saturday Night Football
  4. A Current Affair – Saturday
  5. The Rugby Championship 2023 – Wallabies v Argentina

Multi Channels

Winner: 9GO! (3.3%)

Second: 9Gem (3.2%)

9GO! was the #1 multi channel thanks to the movie, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (41 000) and Divergent (58 000).

9Gem was the #2 multi channel thanks to the movie, Something’s Gotta Give, in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne (44 000), plus Rugby Championship – Wallabies v Argentina in Adelaide and Perth (31 000).

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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A link to OzTam is HERE

TV Ratings Australia

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