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Sunday Ratings Australia – Married at First Sight on Nine is #1 in overnights and in Total TV

Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (19 March, 2023) and Overnight (26 March, 2023) ratings.


TOTAL TV – Total People

Seven


Australian Idol remains behind both MAFS and Australian Survivor.

#1 Seven News – Sunday – 1,311 000 (+2%)

#7 Australian Idol – Sunday – 861 000 (+19%)

#9 Seven’s AFL: Sunday Afternoon Football – 502 000 (+1%)

#16 Weekend Sunrise – Sunday – 343 000 (+4%)

#18 An Audience with Adele – Encore – 291 000 (+6%)

#19 Seven News at 5 – 280 000 (+2%)

Nine


MAFS is above 1.9 million and helps 60 Minutes to over 900k.

#1 Married at First Sight – Sunday – 1,916 000 (+53%)

#3 Nine News Sunday – 1,150 000 (+6%)

#6 60 Minutes – 906 000 (+14%)

#11 Sunday Afternoon NRL Live – 450 000 (+7%)

#12 Nine News Late – Sunday – 418 000 (+7%)

#23 Weekend Today – Sunday – 252 000 (+7%)

#25 Australian Crime Stories – 240 000 (+13%)

#29 Nine News: First at Five – 227 000 (+4%)

10


Australian Survivor is #4 for the night, is strong in demos and has over 950k viewers.

#4 Australian Survivor – Sunday – 963 000 (+36%)

#13 The Sunday Project 7pm – 394 000 (+4%)

#17 NCIS: Hawaii – 292 000 (+19%)

#21 10 News First Sunday – 266 000 (+2%)

#24 The Sunday Project 6:30pm – 242 000 (+4%)

#27 FBI (R) – 237 000 (+19%)

ABC


Death in Paradise remains strong, despite stiff competition from the commercial networks.

#5 Death in Paradise – 941 000 (+25%)

#8 ABC News – Sunday – 835 000 (+3%)

#10 Insiders – 498 000 (+23%)

#14 In Our Blood – 374 000 (+31%)

#15 Landline – 366 000 (+8%)

#20 Compass – 272 000 (+13%)

#22 Offsiders – 255 000 (+9%)

#28 ABC News at Noon – 228 000 (+2%)

#30 Gardening Australia – 218 000 (+1%)

SBS


#26 SBS World News – 238 000 (+3%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

Married at First Sight – Sunday was #1 with 957 000, a rise of 79%. Australian Survivor – Sunday was #2 with 527 000, an upswing of 44%. 60 Minutes was #4 with 348 000, a lift of 19%. Australian Idol – Sunday was #6 with 285 000, an increase of 33%. NCIS: Hawaii was #13 with 115 000, a boost of 14%. Death in Paradise was #14 with 108 000, growth of 64%. An encore of An Audience with Adele was #20 with 86 000, strengthening its viewership by 9%. In Our Blood was #24 with 72 000, bolstering its audience by 71%.


OVERNIGHT RATINGS

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis


Seven


Seven News – Sunday was #1 with wins in all metro markets. Australian Idol – Grand Finale was #5 with 573 000 viewers. Australian Idol – Winner Announced was #4 with 596 000. The season final of Starstruck was #12 with 258 000. A repeat of Manhunt was on 82 000. A fresh episode of Born to Kill aired late night to 52 000.

Nine


Nine News Sunday was #3 with no wins in any 5 city metro market. Married at First Sight – Sunday was #2 with 924 000 viewers and blitzed the competition. 60 Minutes was #6 with 569 000. Nine News Late – Sunday was #11 with 291 000. A repeat of Australian Crime Stories had 128 000. The First 48 aired late nigh to an audience of 70 000.

10


The Sunday Project 6:30pm was on 165 000. The Sunday Project 7pm was #14 with 229 000. Australian Survivor – Sunday was #8 with 522 000 for its second last episode. NCIS: Hawaii was on 155 000. A repeat of FBI had an audience of 106 000. A second late night repeat of FBI was on 81 000.

ABC


ABC News Sunday was #7. Death in Paradise was #9 with 469 000 and was unusually fourth in its slot. In Our Blood was #18 with 182 000. The new series premiere of Close to Me had an audience of 137 000.

16-39

  1. Married at First Sight
  2. Australian Survivor
  3. Nine News Saturday
  4. Seven News – Sunday
  5. 60 Minutes
  6. Australian Idol – Grand Finale
  7. Australian Idol – Winner Announced

25-54

  1. Married at First Sight
  2. Australian Survivor
  3. Seven News – Sunday
  4. Nine News Saturday
  5. 60 Minutes
  6. Australian Idol – Grand Finale
  7. Australian Idol – Winner Announced

Multi Channels


Winner: 7two (2.6%)

Second: 7mate (2.5%)

7two was the #1 multi channel thanks to Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (94 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (91 000), Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (79 000), Heathrow (56 000) and Chris Tarrant’s Extreme Railways (43 000). It should be noted that the popular triple episode of Border Security: Australia’s Front Line will move next week from 7two, to its new home on 7mate.

7mate was the #2 multi channel thanks to the movie John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (76 000).


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

NINE

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Married at First Sight was the #1 program live streamed yesterday against all broadcasters, recording a Live BVOD Audience of 138,000 (+6% YoY)
  • Episode 33 of Married at First Sight has recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 270,000, steady YoY.
  • Married at First Sight won it’s timeslot across the 5 City Metro and East Coast and in all major capital cities with Total People and all key demos
  • 60 Minutes recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 65,000 (+24% YoY)
  • 60 Minutes won it’s timeslot across the 5 City Metro and East Coast and in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide with Total People and all key demos
  • 60 Minutes won it’s timeslot in Sydney with People 25-54, GS + Child and Total People
  • 9News Sunday recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 54,000
  • 9News Sunday was the news bulletin of choice across the East Coast and in Sydney with People 25-54, People 16-39 and GS + Child
  • Sunday Afternoon NRL recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 24,000 (+5% YoY)

Sunday Afternoon NRL won it’s timeslot across the 5 City Metro and East Coast and in Sydney and Brisbane with Total People and all key demos

SEVEN

Ratings Australia

TEN


LAST NIGHT

Overnight Audience Sunday, 26 March 2023.

BY THE NUMBERS

  • Australian Survivor: #2 show in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
  • Australian Survivor: Biggest live stream audience of the season.
  • Australian Survivor: Live stream audience up 56% compared with the same episode in 2022.
  • 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.

Network 10 (10 + 10 Bold + 10 Peach + 10 Shake):

  • 10 Bold: Up 24% week-on-week.
  • 10 Bold: Up 27% in over 40s week-on-week.
  • 10 Bold: #2 multi-channel in its key demo of over 40s.
  • 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.
  • 10 Shake: Up 31% week-on-week.
  • 10 Shake: Up 80% in under 40s week-on-week.

Australian Survivor:  

  • 730,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 865,000 viewers.
  • #2 show in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
  • Biggest live stream audience of the season.
  • Up 12% compared with the same episode in 2022.
  • Up 20% in 16 to 39s compared with the same episode in 2022, 15% in under 50s and 9% in 25 to 54s.
  • 77% bigger audience than closest competitor in 16 to 39s, 64% in 25 to 54s and 47% in under 50s.
  • 30.4% commercial share in 16 to 39s.
  • Live stream audience up 56% compared with the same episode in 2022.
  • Series: Achieving biggest BVOD audience ever.
  • Series: Live stream audience up 24% compared with 2022 series average.

The Sunday Project 7pm:

  • 349,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 571,000.

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