TV Ratings Australia
Utopia (image - ABC)

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

TV Ratings Australia Analysis for Total TV (28 June, 2023) and Overnight (5 July, 2023) ratings.

Seven

#1 Seven News – 1,504 000 (+4%)

#2 Seven News at 6.30 – 1,422 000 (+4%)

#8 The Chase Australia – 970 000 (+4%)

#10 Home and Away – 929 000 (+23%)

#16 The Chase Australia – 5pm – 619 000 (+5%)

#19 Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly – 568 000 (+8%)

#24 Sunrise – 374 000 (+6%)

#26 Seven News at 4.30 – 367 000 (+3%)

#28 The Front Bar – 360 000 (+20%)

#30 Seven News at 4 – 306 000 (+3%)

Nine

#3 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 1 – 1,279 000 (+15%)

#4 Nine News 6.30 – 1,175 000 (+5%)

#5 Nine News – 1,156 000 (+6%)

#7 A Current Affair – 1,029 000 (+7%)

#12 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 1 – 801 000 (+10%)

#15 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 1 – 774 000 (+17%)

#17 Hot Seat – 619 000 (+6%)

#18 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 1 – 575 000 (+22%)

#20 Tipping Point – 436 000 (+5%)

#21 Nine’s Afternoon News – 421 000 (+4%)

#22 Hot Seat – 5pm – 411 000 (+5%)

10

#13 MasterChef Australia – Wednesday – 786 000 (+21%)

#23 Riptide – 382 000 (+33%)

#25 The Project 7pm – 372 000 (+5%)

#29 10 News First – 358 000 (+3%)

ABC

#6 Utopia – 1,087 000 (+41%)

#9 Gruen – 947 000 (+36%)

#11 ABC News – 918 000 (+4%)

#14 730 – 776 000 (+6%)

#27 Queen of Oz – 361 000 (+109%)

TOTAL TV – 25-54

#1 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Session 1 – Day 1 – 499 000 (+25%)

#4 Utopia – 361 000 (+69%)

#6 Home and Away – 335 000 (+41%)

#7 Gruen – 320 000 (+62%)

#8 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Lunch – Day 1 – 319 000 (+29%)

#9 MasterChef Australia – Wednesday – 319 000 (+31%)

#11 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Pre Match – Day 1 – 306 000 (+17%)

#14 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Session 2 – Day 1 – 242 000 (+34%)

#16 The Project 7pm – 154 000 (+8%)

#17 Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly – 153 000 (+10%)

#21 Riptide – 130 000 (+30%)

#22 The Front Bar – 125 000 (+33%)

#24 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Tea – Day 1 – 115 000 (+42%)

#26 The Mid-Year Ashes: Second Test – England v Australia – Session 3 – Day 1 – 104 000 (+42%)

#27 Queen of Oz – 104 000 (+167%)

Overnight Ratings

Daily Shares

News

Breakfast Television

Analysis

Seven

Seven News was #1 with a clean sweep in all markets. Seven News at 6.30 was #2 with wins in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. There was a tie in the Brisbane market. Home and Away was #12 with 422 000. The new series premiere of Animals Aboard with Dr Harry had an audience of 268 000. The Front Bar aired at 8.30 in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and at 9.30 in Sydney and Brisbane for an audience of 298 000 and landed at #16. The season final of Accused aired at 8.30 in Sydney and Brisbane and at 9.30 in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth and was watched by 175 000. The Latest: Seven News was on 100 000. The season final of the repeat of Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous was on 70 000.

Nine

Nine News was #3 with no wins in any market. Nine News 6.30 was #4 with a tie in Brisbane. A Current Affair was #5 overall, but #1 in its slot with 629 000. A repeat of Travel Guides was #9 with 508 000. Wimbledon continued with Day 3 at #30 with 169 000. The tennis coverage began at 8.30 in Sydney and Brisbane but at 9.30 in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, as these markets had Footy Classified at 8.30 with 97 000 watching.

10

The Project 6.30pm was #29 with 171 000. The Project 7pm was #18 with 265 000. MasterChef Australia – Wednesday was #13 with 401 000. The second episode of Riptide had an audience of 169 000 and landed at #31 for the night. So Help Me Todd was on 90 000. An encore of FBI was on 55 000.

ABC

ABC News was #7 and sat behind A Current Affair. 730 was #11 with 458 000. Utopia was #8 with 521 000, but look for those numbers to surge in Total TV. Gruen was #10 with 484 000 viewers. The new series premiere of Gold Diggers was #19 with 260 000. Queen of Oz continued with 156 000 watching. The new season premiere, but an encore from ABC Kids / ABC TV Plus of Adam Hills: The Last Leg was on 102 000.

16-39

  1. Nine News
  2. Nine News 6.30
  3. Seven News
  4. Seven News at 6.30
  5. MasterChef Australia – Wednesday

7. Travel Guides (R)
8. The Project 7pm
9. Home and Away
10. Gruen
11. Utopia
12. The Front Bar
16. Animals Aboard with Dr Harry
21. Wimbledon
24. Gold Diggers
25. Accused
34. Riptide
79. So Help Me Todd
91. Queen Of Oz

25-54

  1. Seven News
  2. Seven News at 6.30
  3. Nine News 6.30
  4. Nine News
  5. A Current Affair

6. Travel Guides (R)
7. MasterChef Australia – Wednesday
8. Utopia
9. Gruen
10. The Project 7pm
11. Home and Away
13. The Front Bar
17. Gold Diggers
24. Accused
25. Animals Aboard with Dr Harry
28. Riptide
32. Wimbledon
40. Queen of Oz
51. So Help Me Todd

Multi Channels

Winner: 10 Peach (3.4%)

Second: 10 Bold (3.3%)

10 Peach was the #1 multi channel thanks to The Big Bang Theory – episode 1 (#20 with 80 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 2 (75 000), The Big Bang Theory – episode 2 (70 000), Two and a Half Men – episode 1 (63 000), Two and a Half Men – episode 2 (63 000), Two and a Half Men – episode 3 (57 000) and Two and a Half Men – episode 4 (57 000).

10 Bold was the #2 multi channel thanks to Bull (#2 with 100 000), NCIS (#7 with 96 000) and Hawaii Five-O (74 000).

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 took out the top 3 programs live streamed yesterday against all broadcasters with Nine News 6:30, Nine News, and ACA
  • Wimbledon Day 3 – Night wins the timeslot in Brisbane with all key demographics and Total People
  • Wimbledon Day 3 – Night recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 20,000 (+165% YoY)
  • 9News wins the timeslot across the East Coast and in Sydney and Adeliade with People 25-54.
  • 9News recorded an average Live BVOD Audience of 55,000
  • ACA wins 7pm timeslot across 5 City and East Coast and in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with GS + Child and Total People
  • ACA recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 47,000 (+36% YoY)
  • Today wins breakfast slot across the East Coast and in Brisbane with Total People
  • Today recorded a Live BVOD Audience of 25,000
  • 9Network wins Wednesday with all key demographics

Channel 9 wins Wednesday with all key demographics and Total People

SEVEN

TEN

LAST NIGHT
Overnight ratings Wednesday, 5 July 2023.

BY THE NUMBERS
• MasterChef Australia: #1 entertainment show in under 50s and 16 to 39s.
• MasterChef Australia: #1 7.30pm show in under 50s, 25 to 54s and 16 to 39s.
• 10 Bold: #1 multi-channel in prime time.
• 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in 16 to 39s.
Network 10 (10 + 10 Bold + 10 Peach + 10 Shake):
• 10 Bold: #1 multi-channel (prime time from 6pm to 10.30pm).
• 10 Bold: Up 9% on the same night last year and 12% in its key demo of over 40s.
• 10 Peach: #1 multi-channel in its key demo of 16 to 39s.
• 10 Peach: Up 23% week-on-week.

MasterChef Australia:
• 586,000 national viewers (metro + regional + live stream). Peaked at 730,000 viewers.
• #1 entertainment show in under 50s and 16 to 39s.
• #1 in its timeslot in under 50s, 25 to 54s sand 16 to 39s.
• Live stream viewers up 30% 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 24% on 2022.

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