The Roast of Paul Hogan
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Tuesday Ratings – A repeat of Travel Guides is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst The Roast of Paul Hogan soars on Total TV

Analysis for Total TV (22 November, 2022) and Overnight (29 November, 2022) ratings.

TOTAL TV

Seven News was #1 with 1,382 000 viewers, a rise of 3%. Seven News at 6:30 was #2 with 1,324 000 and was also up 3%. The Roast of Paul Hogan moved to be the #3 program of the night with 978 000 and saw its audience increase by 12%. Home and Away had to settle for #9 despite a 23% increase for 861 000 local fans. The Chase Australia was #10 with 766 000 and a rise of 3%. The Chase Australia – 5pm was #18 with 452 000 and was also up 3%. The Good Doctor performs strongly when Total TV is factored in, rising 43% to 476 000 viewers and was #15 for the night. Sunrise was #20 overall, but #1 at breakfast with 380 000 and was up 4%. Sunrise – Early was #30 and was up 4% to an audience of 282 000. Seven News at 4 was up 2% to 283 000 viewers. Seven News at 4:30 was up 3% to 315 000 and landed at #26.

Nine News 6:30 was #4 with 977 000 viewers and was up 4%. Nine News was #5 with 973 000 and was up 4%. A Current Affair was #6 overall but #1 in its slot with 903 000 viewers, a rise of 5%. The penultimate episode of My Mum Your Dad was #11 with 734 000 and a had a healthy rise of 37%. A repeat of Travel Guides was #17 with 462 000, which saw its audience increase by 12%. Hot Seat was #16 with 470 000 and was up 3%. Hot Seat – 5pm was #27 with 306 000 and was up 3%. Tipping Point was #19 with 406 000 and was up 5%. Nine’s Afternoon News was #23 with 339 000 and was up 3%. Comparisons with Seven’s Afternoon News should be made with caution as Nine’s Afternoon News airs from 5pm in Adelaide and Perth. Today was #25 with 316 000 and was up 7%.

Love Island Australia had an audience of 34 000 on 9GO in overnight numbers but that audience increased by 689% to be the #22 program of the day with 347 000, showing its huge presence on 9NOW.

The Project 7pm was the best for 10 at #21 with 358 000 viewers, a rise of 4%. 10 News First was #24 with 325 000 and was up 2%.

ABC News was tops for Aunty at #7 with 873 000 and was up 4%. 730 was #12 with 653 000 viewers and was up 5%. Stuff the British Stole can be considered a hit at #14 with 528 000 viewers with a rise of 12%.

SBS had a cracking night with the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Live coverage of the Argentina and Saudi Arabia match was #8 for the night with 872 000, a rise of 60%, showing a massive audience streaming through SBS on Demand. The post match of the same game landed at #13 with 621 000 and was up 53%. The pre match was #28 with 300 000 and was up 44%.

OVERNIGHT RATINGS


Multi-Channels

Winner: 7two (3.8%)

Second: 7mate (3.4%)


Analysis

Seven News was #1 across the 5 capital cities last night with a clean sweep in all markets. Seven News at 6:30 was #2 with wins in Adelaide and Perth. A repeat of Border Security: Australia’s Front Line was on 385 000. Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly returned with season 2 episode 8 on 311 000 and landed at #13. The Good Doctor was #19 with 203 000. S.W.A.T had a Tuesday airing with 100 000 viewers. The Latest: Seven News was on 80 000 and appears to be the last broadcast for 2022. Chicago Fire had 38 000 late night viewers.

Nine News 6:30 was #3 overall but had wins in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Nine News was #4 and couldn’t claim a win in any market. A Current Affair was #5 overall but #1 in its slot with 623 000. A repeat of Travel Guides was on 460 000 and reached #9. Nine aired the move Central Intelligence for 257 000, which sealed the night, giving them consistent ratings right through. Nine News Late had 109 000 viewers. Skin A+E was on late night with an audience of 49 000.

The Project 6:30 started with 193 000 but then The Project 7pm rose to 272 000 viewers. Ambulance Australia had 193 000 for its repeat. NCIS had 160 000 for its new episode at 8:30pm and was followed by a repeat on 123 000.

ABC News was #6 for the national broadcaster on 566 000. 730 followed right behind at #7 with 498 000. Stuff the British Stole aired its second last episode for #11 at 367 000 and a repeat of Love on the Spectrum was #20 with 194 000.


How the Networks Analysed their Own Performance

NINE

PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The 9Network and Channel 9 win Tuesday viewing with Total People and all key demos
  • Travel Guides was a timeslot winner with Total People and all key demos across the 5 City Metro and East Coast and in Adelaide and Perth
  • Travel Guides recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 25,000
  • 9News was the news bulletin of choice with Total People and all key demos across the East Coast and in Sydney and Brisbane
  • A Current Affair was a timeslot winner with Total People and all key demos across the 5 City Metro and East Coast and in Sydney and Brisbane
  • Love Island Australia recorded its highest ever overnight VOD BVOD Audience of 138,000 (+247% YoY)
  • Love Island Australia took out the top 2 programs streamed yesterday against all broadcasters on catch-up

TODAY was the breakfast program of choice with Total People and all key demos in Brisbane

SEVEN

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TEN

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