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Wednesday TV Ratings Australia – The Voice on Seven is #1 non news in primetime for overnights, whilst the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Seven wins in Total TV

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (16 August, 2023) and Overnight (23 August, 2023) ratings.

Total TV Ratings

Seven

#1 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v England – 7,221 000 (+16%)

#2 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v England – Post Game – 2,905 000 (+13%)

#3 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v England – Pre Game – 2,438 000 (+12%)

#4 Seven News – 1,452 000 (+4%)

#5 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,381 000 (+6%)

#9 The Chase Australia – 844 000 (+4%)

#11 The Latest: Seven News – 632 000 (+14%)

#15 The Chase Australia – 5pm – 509 000 (+4%)

#21 Sunrise – 361 000 (+6%)

#23 Seven News at 4.30 – 318 000 (+3%)

#26 Seven News at 4 – 252 000 (+3%)

Nine

#6 Nine News 6.30 – 1,137 000 (+5%)

#7 Nine News – 1,124 000 (+5%)

#8 A Current Affair – 848 000 (+7%)

#12 Hot Seat – 589 000 (+5%)

#13 The Block – Wednesday – 567 000 (+114%)

#17 Tipping Point – 443 000 (+6%)

#19 Nine’s Afternoon News – 401 000 (+4%)

#20 Hot Seat – 5pm – 370 000 (+5%)

#22 Today – 330 000 (+9%)

#28 Pointless – 236 000 (+4%)

10

#24 10 News First – 309 000 (+3%)

#25 The Project 7pm – 301 000 (+4%)

#27 The Project 6.30pm – 238 000 (+5%)

ABC

#10 ABC News – 740 000 (+3%)

#14 Gruen – 532 000 (+68%)

#16 730 – 495 000 (+6%)

#18 Hard Quiz – 414 000 (+36%)

#29 News Breakfast – 228 000 (+7%)

SBS

#30 SBS World News – 223 000 (+4%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#1 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v England – 3,239 000 (+23%)

#2 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v England – Post Game – 1,350 000 (+18%)

#3 FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – Australia v England – Pre Game – 1,041 000 (+19%)

#8 The Latest: Seven News – 283 000 (+20%)

#9 The Block – Wednesday – 282 000 (+217%)

#12 Gruen – 160 000 (+119%)

#14 The Project 7pm – 122 000 (+7%)

#21 Hard Quiz – 92 000 (+64%)

#22 The Voice – Encore – 89 000 (+35%)

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. Home and Away was #14 with 431 000. The Voice – Wednesday was #6 with 589 000. The show was #1 in its slot and #1 non news program of the night in primetime. Without Sin premiered at #26 with 190 000 watching. A second late night episode of Without Sin was #43 with 114 000. The Latest: Seven News was on 68 000. The repeat special, Rose West and Myra Hindley: Their Untold Story aired close to midnight with an audience of 36 000.

Nine

Nine News was #4 with wins in Sydney and Brisbane. Nine News 6.30 was #3 with wins in the same markets. A Current Affair was #5 overall, but #1 in its slot with 669 000. The Block – Wednesday was #8 with 541 000. A special episode of Under Investigation with Liz Hayes was #15 with 385 000. There was split programming across the network with Sydney and Brisbane taking a repeat of Dream Listing Byron Bay for 86 000 and Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth taking Footy Classified for 131 000. Markets returned to a network line-up of Nine News Late – Wednesday for 130 000 and then a new episode of The Equalizer for 51 000.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #30 with 166 000. The Project 7pm was #18 with 276 000. Thank God You’re Here was #12 with 442 000 and was #4 in its slot for total people, however the show blitzed the demos being #1 in 16-39 and #3 25-54. Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers did well at #21 with 224 000. Five Bedrooms had an audience of 109 000. So Help Me Todd aired at 10pm to an audience of 62 000.

ABC

ABC News was #7 for the night. 730 was #11 with 459 000. Hard Quiz built on the 730 audience rising to 497 000 and landing at #10. Mother and Son made its re imagined debut at #13 with a first time audience of 441 000. Gold Diggers was on 168 000, but interestingly Would I Lie to You built on that audience slightly to 171 000. A repeat of QI was on 117 000.

16-39

  1. Thank God You’re Here
  2. Nine News 6.30
  3. The Block – Wednesday
  4. Nine News
  5. Seven News at 6.30

6. The Voice – Wednesday
9. Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers
10. The Project 7pm
11. Under Investigation
12. Home and Away
13. Hard Quiz
17. Mother and Son
26. Without Sin
30. Five Bedrooms

25-54

  1. Nine News 6.30
  2. The Block – Wednesday
  3. Thank God You’re Here
  4. Seven News at 6.30
  5. Seven News

8. The Voice – Wednesday
9. Under Investigation
10. Inspired Unemployed (Impractical) Jokers
11. The Project 7pm
12. Hard Quiz
14. Home and Away
17. Mother and Son
26. Five Bedrooms
28. Without Sin

Multi Channels

Winner: 7two (3.0%)

Second: 10 Peach (2.9%)

7two was the #1 multi channel thanks to Bargain Hunt (#1 with 90 000), Heartbeat (60 000) and Lewis (56 000).

10 Peach was the #2 multi channel thanks to The Big Bang Theory – episode 1 (41 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 2 (52 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 3 (61 000), Two and a Half Men – episode 1 (61 000), Two and a Half Men – episode 2 (#5 with 76 000), Seinfeld – episode 1 (#7 with 74 000) and Seinfeld – episode 2 (#18 with 69 000).

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:

  • Nine takes out the top 4 programs live streamed yesterday against all broadcasters, with The Block leading the way at #1
  • The Block was the #1 program on catch-up yesterday against all broadcasters
  • The Block recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 108,000 (+8% YoY)
  • Under Investigation won its timeslot with People 25 – 54 across 5 City and East Coast and in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide
  • Under Investigation recorded a Live + VOD BVOD Audience of 52,000
  • Nine News won its timeslot with People 16 – 39 across 5 City and East Coast and in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide
  • Nine News recorded an average Live BVOD Audience of 56,000
  • ACA won its timeslot with People 25 – 54 across 5 City and East Coast and in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide
  • ACA recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 54,000 (+30% YoY)
  • TODAY won its timeslot with Total People across East Coast and in Melbourne and Brisbane

TODAY recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 26,000

SEVEN

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TEN

N/A

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