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Tuesday TV Ratings Australia – The Summit on Channel 9 is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst Farmer Wants a Wife on Channel 7 wins in 7 Day consolidated

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV Consolidated 7 Day (21 May, 2024) and Overnight (28 May, 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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TV Ratings Australia: Overnight Ratings

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 #1 for the night with a reach lead of 113 000 and an average audience lead of 88 000 over 9News. Home and Away was #9 with 1 249 000 (838 000). Dream Home was #8 with 1 272 000 (602 000). The Good Doctor was #16 with 892 000 (387 000). Ambulance: Code Red was #24 with 639 000 (224 000).

Nine

9News was #2 for the night. A Current Affair was #3 with 1 598 000 (1 111 000). The Summit was #5 with 1 401 000 (563 000). Clarkson’s Farm was #15 with 897 000 (385 000). Outback Opal Hunters was #28 with 566 000 (213 000).

10

The Project was #17 with 856 000 (347 000). MasterChef Australia was #7 with 1 282 000 (668 000). The Cheap Seats was #11 with 1 201 000 (532 000). NCIS was #30 with 562 000 (220 000).

ABC

ABC News was #10 for the night. 730 was #12 with 1 163 000 (698 000). Tony Armstrong’s Extra-ordinary Things was #13 with 958 000 (485 000). Secret Science was #35 with 503 000 (279 000). A repeat of David Stratton’s Stories of Australia was #37 with 495 000 (248 000).

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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

  • 9News was the No.1 program across the 5 City Metro with all key demos and Total People. It was also the No. 1 program with People 25-54 in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. The combined bulletins recorded a National Total TV Reach of 2.024 million and a Total TV National Average Audience of 1.268 million – up 12.6% on the same night last year. On 9Now, its BVOD Average Audience of 88,000 was up 55% year-on-year.
     
  • Furthermore, 9News was the No. 1 program with Total People in Sydney (39,000 viewers ahead of its nearest competitor), Melbourne (75,000 viewers ahead of its nearest competitor) and Brisbane (30,000 viewers ahead of its nearest competitor).
     
  • A Current Affair was Australia’s No. 1 program at 7.00pm with Total People and all key demos. It recorded a National Total TV Reach of 1.598 million and a Total TV National Average Audience of 1.111 million – up 5.2% on the same night last year. Its BVOD audience was 73,000 – up 40.8% on the same night last year.
     
  • The Summit registered a Total TV National Audience of 563,000 and a BVOD audience of 60,000. It was a timeslot winner with People 25-54 in Sydney and Brisbane, as well as with Total People in Sydney.
     
  • Tipping Point was the No. 1 afternoon game show across Australia and in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. It secured a National Total TV Reach of 1.427 million and a Total TV National Audience of 748,000 – lifting the timeslot by 45.9% when compared to the same day last year.
     
  • Today was the breakfast show of choice with People 25-54 across the 5 City Metro and with Total People in Melbourne. It recorded a National Total TV Reach of 791,000 and a Total TV National Average Audience of 319,000. It registered a BVOD audience of 33,000 – up 33.2% on the same morning last year.
     

The 9Network was No. 1 on Tuesday across the 5 City Metro with all key demos and Total People.

SEVEN

Seven wins Tuesday, 7NEWS #1 program

·       Seven #1 nationally in total TV

·       National total TV audience share: 39.1%

·       Reaches 5.56 million nationally

·       7NEWS: #1 program, reaches 2.14 million

·       Sunrise #1 at breakfast

Tuesday, 28 May 2024:

Seven Network reaches 5.56 million Australians nationally. BVOD reach up 38% year-on-year.

Seven Network: #1 nationally in total TV in all people with a 39.1% share.

Seven Network: #1 nationally in total TV in grocery shoppers with a 39.7% share.

7NEWS: National reach 2.14 million, national audience 1.36 million. #1 program.

The Chase Australia: National reach 1.4 million, national audience 695,000.

Dream Home: National reach 1.27 million, national audience 602,000.

Home and Away: National reach 1.25 million, national audience 838,000. #1 drama.

Sunrise: National reach 930,000, national audience 403,000. #1 breakfast program. 26% more viewers than Today.

NATIONAL TOTAL TV COMMERCIAL SHARES (%):

NetworkAll people25 to 54sGrocery shoppers
Seven Network39.133.339.7
Nine Network35.036.034.3
Network Ten25.930.726.0

TEN

10 Takes Tuesday’s Top Timeslots!

MasterChef Australia And The Cheap Seats #1 In Their Timeslots.

10 has viewers baked on and cracking up with MasterChef Australia and The Cheap Seats delivering the entertainment on Tuesdays.

MasterChef Australia saw a blooming tricky pressure test with contestants emulating a stunning Darren Purchese homage to cherry blossoms. Then on The Cheap Seats, Tim and Melanie worked out what brings Myf Warhurst joy and Mel Tracina looked at Dream Homes Gnomes.

MasterChef Australia:

  • 1.28 million total national viewers reached.
  • Up 7% week-on-week.
  • #1 entertainment show in 16 to 39s.
  • #1 in its timeslot!
  • 30.5% commercial share in 16 to 39s.
  • 36,000 live stream viewers, up 38% on the same episode last year.
  • Season-to-date: Biggest BVOD audiences ever (148,000), up 35% on 2023 average.

The Cheap Seats:

  • 1.20 million total national viewers reached.
  • Biggest overnight audience of the season!
  • Up 9% week-on-week.
  • #1 in its timeslot!
  • Massive commercial shares with 35.7% in 25 to 54s and 32% in 16 to 39s.
  • Live stream viewers up 26% on the same episode last year.
  • Season-to-date: Biggest BVOD audiences ever (43,000), up 34% on 2023 average.

Last night had lots of week-on-week lifts including:

  • 10 News First up 13%
  • Deal Or No Deal up 12%
  • The Project up 12%
  • Network 10 (10, 10 Bold, 10 Peach, Nickelodeon) up 5%
  • 10 up 10%.

Last week, with 7-day viewing (Tuesday, 21 May):

MasterChef Australia:

  • 1.36 million total national viewers reached.
  • #1 show in 16 to 39s.

The Cheap Seats:

  • 1.20 million total national viewers reached.

MasterChef Australia – Sunday to Wednesday at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play.

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