FIFA Women’s World Cup on Channel 7
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Thursday TV Ratings Australia – FIFA Women’s World Cup on Seven is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst MasterChef Australia on 10 wins in Total TV

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (13 July, 2023) and Overnight (20 July, 2023) ratings.

Seven

#1 Seven News – 1,441 000 (+3%)

#2 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,331 000 (+3%)

#6 The Chase Australia – 871 000 (+3%)

#9 Home and Away – 657 000 (+34%)

#12 Seven’s AFL: Thursday Night Football – 590 000 (+1%)

#13 The Chase Australia – 5pm – 546 000 (+3%)

#19 Sunrise – 372 000 (+5%)

#20 Seven’s AFL: Thursday Night Football – Pre Match – 330 000 (+0%)

#23 Seven News at 4.30 – 324 000 (+3%)

#29 Highway Patrol: Deadly Drivers (R) – 266 000 (+5%)

Nine

#3 Nine News – 1,071 000 (+5%)

#4 Nine News 6.30 – 1,040 000 (+6%)

#5 A Current Affair – 961 000 (+7%)

#11 Hot Seat – 597 000 (+5%)

#15 Tipping Point – 462 000 (+5%)

#16 Nine’s Afternoon News – 421 000 (+3%)

#17 Hot Seat – 5pm – 393 000 (+5%)

#21 Today – 328 000 (+9%)

#24 Live: Under 19’s State of Origin – 311 000 (+10%)

#30 Nine News Late – Thursday – 248 000 (+6%)

10

#7 MasterChef Australia – Thursday – 826 000 (+33%)

#18 The Project 7pm – 380 000 (+6%)

#22 10 News First – 325 000 (+3%)

#28 The Project 6.30pm – 269 000 (+5%)

ABC

#8 ABC News – 820 000 (+4%)

#10 730 – 611 000 (+7%)

#14 A Life in Ten Pictures – 516 000 (+12%)

#25 Grand Designs New Zealand – 304 000 (+7%)

SBS

#27 Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy – 277 000 (+75%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#1 MasterChef Australia – Thursday – 347 000 (+48%)

#7 Home and Away – 224 000 (+68%)

#8 Seven’s AFL: Thursday Night Football – 203 000 (+0%)

#11 The Project 7pm – 165 000 (+7%)

#15 Live: Under 19’s State of Origin – 120 000 (+15%)

#22 Highway Patrol: Dreadful Drivers (R) – 98 000 (+7%)

#25 A Life in Ten Pictures – 92 000 (+19%)

#30 Law and Order: SVU (R) – 81 000 (+1%)

Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. Seven News at 6.30 was #2 with wins in the same markets. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland was #1 with 1,237 000 fans across 7 and 7mate. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland Post Game was #6 with 695 000. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland Pre Game was #8 with 664 000.

Nine

Nine News was #4 with wins in Sydney and Brisbane. Nine News 6.30 was #5 with wins in Sydney and Brisbane again. A Current Affair was #7 overall, but #1 in its slot with 679 000. The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 2 was #9 with 546 000 across 9 and 9Gem. The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 2 was #13 with 378 000. The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 2 was #15 with 320 000.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #28 with 167 000. The Project 7pm was #20 with 248 000. Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly premiered on 10 and was #16 with 308 000. Up against all the sport, this seems like a good result but 10 will be awaiting VOZ numbers. A repeat of Law and Order: SVU was on 125 000. An encore of The Cheap Seats was on 74 000. A late night repeat of Law and Order: SVU was on 67 000.

ABC

ABC News was #10 for the night and sat behind ACA. 730 was #14 with 354 000. A Life in Ten Pictures was on 149 000. A repeat of Grand Designs New Zealand was on 131 000. One Plus One: The Elders had an audience of just 45 000.

16-39

  1. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland
  2. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland Post Game
  3. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland Pre Game
  4. The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Session 1
  5. Nine News

25-54

  1. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland
  2. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland Post Game
  3. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland Pre Game
  4. Nine News 6.30
  5. Seven News at 6.30

Multi Channels

Winner: 9Gem (5.1%)

Second: 7mate (4.0%)

9Gem was the #1 multi channel thanks to Sydney and Brisbane airing The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 2 (#1 with 165 000), The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 2 (#3 with 128 000) and The Mid-Year Ashes: Fourth Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 2 (#4 with 106 000).

7mate was the #2 multi channel thanks to FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – NZ and Norway (#2 with 139 000) and the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v Ireland airing in Perth (#7 with 93 000).

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

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The Mid-Year Ashes Fourth Test Session 1 Day 2 recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 136,000
  • The Mid-Year Ashes Fourth Test Session 1 Day 2 was a timeslot winner with People 16-39 in Adelaide
  • Thursday Night NRL Live recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 36,000
  • 9News was the news bulletin of choice with Total People and all key demos across the East Coast and in Sydney and Brisbane
  • 9News recorded an average Live BVOD Audience of 54,000
  • A Current Affair dominated its 7.00pm timeslot with Total People and all key demos in Brisbane
  • A Current Affair recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 47,000 (+39% YoY)
  • TODAY won the breakfast battle with Total People and all key demos across the East Coast and in Melbourne
  • TODAY recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 28,000

TODAY Extra was a timeslot winner with People 25-54, GS + Child and Total People across the East Coast and in Melbourne

SEVEN

TV Ratings Australia

TEN

LAST NIGHT
Overnight ratings Thursday, 20 July 2023.

Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly Australia – Launch:
• 455,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 576,000 viewers.
• #1 entertainment show in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.


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