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Tuesday TV Ratings Australia – Married at First Sight on Channel 9 is #1 non news in primetime for overnights and wins in 7 Day consolidated

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV Consolidated 7 Day (20 February, 2024) and Overnight (27 February, 2024) ratings.

TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Consolidated 7 Total People

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TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Consolidated 7 25-54

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TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Consolidated 7 16-39

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TV Ratings Australia: Total TV Consolidated 7 Grocery Shoppers (18+)

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Daily Shares - TV+BVOD

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(Note: Initial numbers are for reach and numbers in brackets are for average audience)

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Seven

Seven News was #2 for the night with a reach lead of 332 000 and an average audience lead of 261 000 over 9News. Home and Away was #7 with 1 369 000 (813 000). Australian Idol – Tuesday was #8 with 1 358 000 (763 000). Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA was #11 with 1 122 000 (439 000). First Dates UK had an average audience of 175 000. The Latest: Seven News was on 132 000. A repeat of The Front Bar: All Sports Edition was on 63 000.

Nine

9News was #3 for the night. A Current Affair was #4 with 1 724 000 (1 083 000). Married at First Sight – Tuesday was #1 with 2 369 000 (1 406 000). The Hundred with Andy Lee was #5 with 1 421 000 (694 000). 9News Late was #21 with 713 000 (372 000). See No Evil was on 47 000.

10

The Project was #17 with 847 000 (324 000). Australian Survivor – Tuesday was #12 with 1 109 000 (577 000). A repeat of NCIS was #24 with 608 000 (112 000). A repeat of NCIS: Los Angeles had an average audience of 88 000.

ABC

ABC News was #10 for the night. 730 was #13 with 1 104 000 (638 000). Back Roads was #18 with 763 000 (567 000). Better Date Than Never was #25 with 591 000 (303 000). Whale with Steve Backshall had an average audience of 222 000.

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

NINE

  • The 9Network claimed four of Australia’s Top 5 programs with People 25-54 as MAFS, 9News, ACA and The Hundred drove the network to a comprehensive Tuesday win. 
  • Married at First Sight continues its dominance as Australia’s No. 1 program, last night broadcast to a National Total TV Reach of 2.369 million – more than one million viewers ahead of its nearest competitor.
  • Married at First Sight was also Australia’s No. 1 program by audience and  recorded a Total TV National Audience of 1.406 million – 643,000 viewers ahead of its nearest opposition.
  • Married at First Sight dominated its timeslot in all metro capitals. It was the No. 1 program with Total People across Australia and in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. It was also the No. 1 program with People 25-54 in all metro capitals.
  • Married at First Sight secured a BVOD audience of 290,000 on 9Now – up 1.7% on the corresponding night last year.
  • The Hundred with Andy Lee won its late night slot across Australia and registered a Total TV National Audience of 694,000 – up 14% year-on-year. Its BVOD audience was 63,000 – up 24.3% year-on-year.
  • 9News was the No. 1 news service with Total People in Melbourne and Brisbane. It recorded a Total TV National Audience of 1.137 million – up 9.3% on the same night last year. It also posted year-on-year growth in Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Regional Australia. Melbourne’s revamped bulletin with Alicia Loxley & Tom Steinfort continues to resonate strongly – last night it was 40,000 viewers ahead of its nearest competitor.
  • A Current Affair was again Australia’s highest rating program at 7.00pm, recording a National Total TV Reach of 1.724 million and a Total TV National Audience of 1.083 million. 
  • Tipping Point yesterday won the afternoon game show battle in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. It secured a National Total TV Reach of 1.257 million and a Total TV National Audience of 629,000 – lifting the timeslot by a massive 51.7% when compared to the corresponding day last year. 
  • Today recorded a National Total TV Reach of 896,000 and was the No. 1 breakfast program in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. 
  • The 9Network was No. 1 across the 5 City Metro and in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide with all key demos and Total People.
  • 9Now was Australia’s No. 1 CFTA BVOD service, once again posting shares in excess of 50% with all key demos and Total People.

SEVEN

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TEN

Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels Reaches 1.11 Million.

Biggest Under 50s Commercial Share of The Season!

Last night saw Eden voted out of Australian Survivor with Jaden flipping and avenging Winna’s eviction.

Ep 15 reached 1.11 million total national viewers (metro + regional + BVOD) with 76,000 on BVOD.

  • Up 18% week-on-week.
  • Biggest under 50s commercial share of the season!
  • Up 51% in 16 to 39s, 27% in under 50s and 16% in 25 to 54s week-on-week.
  • Live stream viewers up 2% on the same episode last year.
  • Locked in as the #2 show at 7.30pm in the key demos of under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.

With 7-day viewing, Australian Survivor: Titans V Rebels (Tuesday, 20 Feb), reached 1.23 million viewers and was the #2 entertainment show in 16 to 39s.

This season is having its biggest ever BVOD audiences of186,000 and averaging a total national audience of 796,000 in VOZ. It’s also firmly positioned as the #2 regular TV program of the year in key advertising demos of 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s!

Also in primetime last night, Network 10 (10 Bold, 10 Peach, Nickelodeon, 10) was the #2 network in under 50s and 16 to 39s.

  • Up 6% in total people, 20% in 16 to 39s and 12% in under 50s and 25 to 54s week-on-week.

And 10 was the #2 channel in 16 to 39s.

  • Up 13% in total people, 36% in 16 to 39s, 18% in under 50s, 12% in 25 to 54s week-on-week.

Plus, Deal or No Deal is up 14% week-on-week and lifted 10’s timeslot 14% year-on-year.

Source: OzTAM 5 City Metro, Regional Combined Aggregate Markets, OzTAM National VPM, Live stream, Reach: VOZ 5.0 National Total TV, Total TV Overnight/Consolidated Programs, Series-to-date VOZ average, Program ranking Weeks 1-8 2024, Primary channels, metro audience, min 3 episodes, 5pm-midnight, Timeslot rankings, commercial share and lifts based on metro audience, same day last week or last year, Overnight.

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