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Thursday Ratings – Home and Away is #1 non news in prime time in overnights and Total TV

Analysis for Total TV (17 November, 2022) and Overnight (24 November, 2022) ratings.

TOTAL TV

Seven News was #1 with 1,239 000, a rise of 3%. Seven News at 6:30 was #2 with 1,229 000, also a rise of 3%. The average of the 7pm and 7:30pm episodes of Home and Away was #4 for the night with 897 000, up 24%. Home and Away – Late (8pm episode) was #7 with 848 000, up 27%. The Front Bar was #13 for the night with 467 000 and was up 14%. The Chase Australia performed strongly with 676 000 and a rise of 3% to be the #10 show of the day. The Chase Australia – 5pm was #15 with 411 000, up 4%. Sunrise had a final 7 day total of 395 000 to land at #17 and rose 4%. Sunrise – Early was #30 with 258 000, up 5%. Seven News at 4:30 also made the Top 30 at #27 with 268 000, an uplift of 3%.

Nine News 6:30 was #3 overall with 910 000 and was up 4%. Nine News had to settle for #5 with 864 000, up 4% as well. A Current Affair was #8 with 768 000, up 5%. RBT was #12 for the night with 562 000, up 7%. Paramedics was #11 with 588 000, a rise of 13%. A+E After Dark was #18 with 355 000, up 8%. Hot Seat was #16 with 409 000, up 4% and Hot Seat – 5pm was #28 with 266 000, up 4%. Tipping Point was #20 with 349 00, up 7%. Nine’s Afternoon News was #22 with 312 000, up 3%. Today was #26 with 303 000, up 7%.

Love Island Australia started with 23 000 on 9GO but with Total TV factored in, the show rose a staggering 909% to be #19 for the night with 353 000.

Ambulance Australia had a repeat with 309 000 viewers at #23 with 6%. The Project 7pm was on 307 000 to be #24 with a 5% increase. 10 News First was #25 with 306 000, up 2%.

ABC News was #6 with 850 000, a rise of 4%. 730 landed at #9 with 720 000, up 5%. A repeat of You Can’t Ask That was #14 with 443 000 viewers, a rise of 4%. Q+A was #21 with 313 000, up 7%. ABC News Breakfast was #29 with 266 000, up 6% but that figure does not include the simulcast on ABC News.


OVERNIGHT RATINGS


Multi-Channels

Winner: ABC Kids / ABC TV Plus (3.4%)

Second: 7mate (3.2%)


Analysis

Seven News was #1 overall last night with a clean sweep in all markets. Seven News at 6:30 was #2 and also had the clean sweep in all markets. Home and Away was #8 for the night with 414 000 viewers – an average of the first two episodes screened last night. Home and Away – Late (8pm episode) was #10 with 375 000. The Front Bar had 248 000 viewers for its special episode which screened nationally at 8:30pm. A repeat episode of Kitchen Nightmares had 138 000 tuning in and The Latest: Seven News was on 102 000.

Nine News 6:30 was #3 and didn’t have a win in any market. Nine News was #4 and similarly did not have a win in any market. A Current Affair was #5 for the night but #1 in its slot with 554 000. The 2022 ARIA Awards were #17 for the night with 243 000 viewers. A special presentation titled, ‘Ed Sheeran: Full Circle’ was watched by 156 000 fans. Nine News Late was on 99 000.

The Project 6:30pm had 163 000 viewers. The Project 7pm rose to 274 000. The second and final part of Claremont: A Killer Among Us had 314 000 viewers and landed at #12. A repeat of SVU had 165 000 viewers.

730 had 408 000 viewers and was #9 for the night. A repeat of You Can’t Ask That had 227 000 and Q+A was on 201 000.

SBS surged last night with a FIFA World Cup match landing at #11 with 344 000 fans and put SBS in third place for the night in both network and primary shares.


How the Networks Analysed their Own Performance

NINE

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Tracy Grimshaw farewells ACA and wins the 7pm timeslot across the 5 City and East Coast and in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide with Total People
  • Love Island Australia recorded a VOD BVOD Audience of 104,000 (+216% YoY)
  • Love Island Australia was the #1 program streamed against all broadcasters yesterday on catch-up
  • 2022 ARIA Awards wins the timeslot across the 5 City and East Coast with key demos
  • Ed Sheeran: Full Circle wins the timeslot in Perth with People 16-39
  • 9News wins the timeslot across the 5 City and in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth with GS + Child

Today Show and Today Extra wins breakfast slot in Brisbane with Total People

SEVEN

TEN

LAST NIGHT

Overnight ratings Thursday 24 November 2022.

BY THE NUMBERS

  • Claremont: A Killer Among Us, Part 2: #2 in its timeslot in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
  • 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.
  • The Project 7pm: Up 28% week-on-week.

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

•          #2 network in 16 to 39s (6pm to midnight).

•          Up 29% week-on-week, 8% in 25s to 54s, 6% in under 50s and 5% in 16 to 39s.

•          10: Up 52% week-on-week.

•          10: Up 36% in 16 to 39s, 25% in 25 to 54s and 24% in under 50s.

•          10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.

•          10 Bold: Up 20% week-on-week and 31% in its key demo of over 40s.

•          10 Shake: Up 54% week-on-week and 21% in its key demo of under 40s.

Claremont: A Killer Among Us Part 2:

  • 443,000 viewers nationally. Peaked at 594,000.
  • #2 in its timeslot in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
  • #3 non-sport, non-news show in 25 to 54s.
  • Lifts 18% from Part 1.
  • Lifts 10’s timeslot 75% week-on-week.

The Project 7pm:

  • 362,000 viewers nationally. Peaked at 464,000.
  • Up 28% week-on-week.

10 News First:

  • 321,000 viewers nationally. Peaked at 409,000.
  • Up 9% week-on-week.
  • 10 News First 6pm: Up 10% week-on-week.

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