TV Ratings Australia

Wednesday TV Ratings Australia – The Mid-Year Ashes on Nine is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst State of Origin on Nine wins in Total TV

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (21 June, 2023) and Overnight (28 June, 2023) ratings.

Seven

#3 Seven News – 1,573 000 (+3%)

#4 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,537 000 (+4%)

#9 The Chase Australia – 945 000 (+4%)

#10 Home and Away – 944 000 (+25%)

#15 The Chase Australia -5pm – 574 000 (+4%)

#17 Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly – 469 000 (+11%)

#19 The Front Bar – 415 000 (+24%)

#21 Sunrise – 380 000 (+6%)

#23 Seven News at 4.30 – 370 000 (+3%)

#27 Seven News at 4 – 326 000 (+3%)

Nine

#1 State of Origin Rugby League QLD v NSW 2nd – Match – 3,206 000 (+22%)

#2 State of Origin Rugby League QLD v NSW 2nd – Pre Match – 1,611 000 (+17%)

#5 Nine News 6.30 – 1,208 000 (+7%)

#6 Nine News – 1,109 000 (+7%)

#8 State of Origin Rugby League QLD v NSW 2nd – Post Match – 1,028 000 (+21%)

#16 Hot Seat – 566 000 (+7%)

#22 Tipping Point – 372 000 (+8%)

#25 Hot Seat – 5pm – 360 000 (+7%)

#26 Nine’s Afternoon News – 339 000 (+4%)

#28 Today – 326 000 (+9%)

#29 The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 5 – 323 000 (+35%)

10

#14 MasterChef Australia – Wednesday – 668 000 (+30%)

#18 The Project 7pm – 425 000 (+5%)

#24 10 News First – 361 000 (+3%)

ABC

#7 Utopia – 1,049 000 (+63%)

#11 Gruen – 940 000 (+59%)

#12 ABC News – 893 000 (+3%)

#13 730 – 695 000 (+6%)

#20 Queen of Oz – 410 000 (+105%)

#30 In Limbo – 265 000 (+27%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#1 State of Origin Rugby League QLD v NSW 2nd – Match – 1,469 000 (+33%)

#2 State of Origin Rugby League QLD v NSW 2nd – Pre Match – 729 000 (+25%)

#3 State of Origin Rugby League QLD v NSW 2nd – Post Match – 499 000 (+29%)

#7 Utopia – 365 000 (+107%)

#9 Home and Away – 317 000 (+47%)

#10 Gruen – 302 000 (+99%)

#11 MasterChef Australia – Wednesday – 272 000 (+43%)

#13 The Project 7pm – 160 000 (+8%)

#15 The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 5 – 157 000 (+50%)

#16 The Front Bar – 152 000 (+31%)

#20 Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly – 126 000 (+12%)

#24 Queen of Oz – 106 000 (+186%)

#28 The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Wrap Up – Day 5 – 93 000 (+41%)

Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with wins in Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Seven News at 6.30 was #2 with wins in Adelaide and Perth. Home and Away was #14 with 465 000. The season final of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly was #19 with 343 000. The Front Bar was #26 with 231 000 watching at 8.30 in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and at 9.30pm in Sydney and Brisbane. A new episode of Accused aired in the reverse order to the Front Bar and was #41 with 140 000. The Latest: Seven News was 71 000. A repeat of Crime Investigation Australia was on 52 000. A repeat of the final ever episode of Absentia aired after midnight to 30 000.

Nine

Nine News was #4 with a win in Melbourne. Nine News 6.30 was #3 with wins in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. A Current Affair was #6 overall, but #1 in its slot with 670 000. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 1 was #5 with 792 000. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 1 was #11 with 509 000. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 1 was #12 with 485 000. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 1 was #17 with 379 000.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #33 with 178 000. The Project 7pm was #23 with 258 000. MasterChef Australia – Wednesday was #15 with 460 000. The new series premiere of Riptide premiered at #29 with 191 000. So Help Me Todd was on 91 000. An encore of FBI was on 57 000.

ABC

ABC News was #7 for the night. 730 was #13 with 481 000. A new episode of Utopia was #8 with 590 000. Gruen was #10 with 532 000. The season final of In Limbo was on 172 000. Queen of Oz was up to episode 2 and had an audience of 114 000.

16-39

  1. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 1
  2. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 1
  3. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 1
  4. Nine News 6.30
  5. Nine News

25-54

  1. The Mid-Year Ashes: First Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 1
  2. Nine News 6.30
  3. Seven News
  4. Seven News at 6.30
  5. Nine News

Multi Channels

Winner: 9Gem (3.0%)

Second: 10 Bold (2.9%)

9Gem was the #1 multi channel thanks to The Ashes airing in Adelaide for 30 minutes and in Perth for 90 minutes in prime time. As Time Goes By (31 000) and Midsomer Murders (70 000).

10 Bold was the #2 multi channel thanks to Bull (#4 with 97 000), NCIS (#6 with 95 000) and Hawaii Five-0 (#20 with 82 000).

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 9Network is the overwhelmingly dominant No.1 network with all key demos and Total People
  • Channel 9 is the No.1 primary channel with all key demos and Total People
  • The 9Network takes out the top 9 programs live streamed yesterday against all broadcasters
  • The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test Session 1 was Australia’s No.1  program with all key demos
  • The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test Session 1 won its timeslot with all key demos and Total Peoplacross the 5 City, East Coast and in all metro capitals 
  • The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test Session 1 recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 158,000 and was the No,1 live streamed program of the day
  • 9News was the No.1 bulletin with key demos People 16-39 and GS+Child across the 5 City, East Coast and in Melbourne and Adelaide
  • 9News recorded an average Live BVOD Audience of 56,000
  • A Current Affair wins timeslot with Total People and all key demos across 5 City, East Coast and in Sydney and Melbourne
  • A Current Affair recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 50,000 (+56% YoY)
  • TODAY wins timeslot with all key demos and Total People across the East Coast

TODAY recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 23,000

SEVEN

TV Ratings Australia

TEN

LAST NIGHT
Overnight ratings Wednesday, 28 June 2023.

BY THE NUMBERS
• MasterChef Australia: #1 entertainment show in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• MasterChef Australia: Biggest Wednesday audience of the season.
• Network 10: #2 network in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• 10 Bold: #1 multi-channel in over 40s.
• 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in 16 to 39s.
Network 10 (10 + 10 Bold + 10 Peach + 10 Shake):
• #2 network in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• Up 18% week-on-week.
• Up 33% in 16 to 39s week-on-week, 22% in 25 to 54s and 19% in under 50s.

• 10: Up 22% week-on-week.
• 10: Up 41% in 16 to 39s week-on-week, 21% in 25 to 54s and 20% in under 50s.
• 10 Bold: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of over 40s.
• 10 Bold: Up 22% week-on-week and 16% in over 40s.
• 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.
• 10 Peach: Up 14% week-on-week and 18% in 16 to 39s.

MasterChef Australia:
• 676,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 787,000 viewers.
• #1 entertainment show in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• Biggest Wednesday audience of the season.
• #2 in its timeslot.
• Up 27% week-on-week.
• Up 44% in 16 to 39s week-on-week, 32% in under 50s and 23% in 25 to 54s.
• Live stream viewers up 50% compared with the same episode in 2022.
• Series: Achieving biggest live stream audience ever up 32% on 2022.
• Series: Achieving biggest BVOD audience ever up 27% on 2022.

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