Tuesday Ratings | Love dominates the audience for MAFS and Nine | #TVratingsAU
After the success of this Season Nine will absolutely continue to ask us to love love.
A topical matter (717,000) gives Nine another big head start, as Married at first sight (1,008,000) gazzumps all in sight… starting with the number one program of the evening. The Hundred with Andy Lee (513,000) fills the end of the evening with a victory and a top for the series finale. A repetition of True story with Hamish and Andy (83,000) completes another big win Tuesday for Nine.
Top nine in the primary (27.8%) and network (34.7%) rankings.
Seven would have hoped for more.
Far from home (476,000) again the best of the evening (by far), as the final double ep of SAS Australia (313,000 avg (350,000 finale; 276,000 reunion) slips slightly up from last week, but nowhere near the best of the season (or series). Great snark lineup to deliver MOVIE: Refund (52,000) on budget night.
Seven second in the primary (16.3%) and network (24.1%) rankings.
The project (234,000 6:30 p.m.; 403,000 7 p.m.) continues to slip into the week for 10 days, but up from last week for the same slots, while The Dog House Australia (433,000) slipped a bit further last week. NCIS (178,000) coupled with the special cross-over episode of NCIS: Hawaii (147,000) did OK numbers, then the night was filled with a repeat of NCIS (78,000).
10 third in the primary (10.4%) and network (16.3%) rankings.
It was all about the budget on the ABC tonight, delivering wall-to-wall coverage from Budget 2022: Treasurer’s speech (557,000 (420,000 ABC; 137,000 ABC NEWS)) then all night: Budget 2022: a special program on ABC News (398,000 (292,000 ABC; 106,000 ABC NEWS)), Budget 2022: reaction and analysis (202,000), and The company: special budget (160,000 (105,000 ABC; 55,000 ABC NEWS)). A repetition of Four corners (58,000) ended the night.
ABC fourth in the primary (10%) and network (16%) rankings.
A busy Tuesday for SBS: Great British Rail Journeys (166,000), Overview (112,000), Deadline (90,000), and The flow (40,000).
SBS fifth in the primary (4.3%) and network (8.9%) rankings.
16-39: Married at First Sight (214,000) lands ahead of The Hundred with Andy Lee, Nine News 6.30/6pm and Seven News 6.30pm.
18-49: Married at First Sight (405,000) beat Nine News at 6:30 p.m., The Hundred with Andy Lee, Nine News at 6 p.m. and A Current Affair.
25-54: Married At First Sight (459,000) wins another triple demo, followed by Nine News 6:30/6pm, The Hundred with Andy Lee and Seven News 6:30pm.
Budget 2022: Treasurer’s speech (137,000) on ABC NEWS takes multichannel victory for Budget Tuesday.
BATTLE OF BREKKY
Today’s show (208,000)
ABC breakfast (193,000 (118,000 ABC; 75,000 ABC News))
CONSOLIDATED DAILY 7 TOTAL TV
A change in prime time programming from the previous week after the addition of Total TV figures: Married At First Sight (Nine) rose 44% to 1,860,000; SAS Australia (Seven) increased 38% to 782,000; and The Dog House Australia (10) rose 15% to 724,000.
The top BVODs were Married At First Sight (473,000), Home and Away (134,000) and SAS Australia (102,000).
Here are the five shows that made the most money from their overnight numbers:
|Program||Network||Total TV||% elevator|
|Married at first sight||New||1,860,000||44|
|A Dog’s World with Tony Armstrong||ABC||717,000||29|
Main Channels, Multi-Channels, Shares, Subscription TV, Key Demos, Brekky Battle: All Figures Total People, Five City Metro (5CM); nights only.
Consolidated Daily 7 Total TV: All Numbers Total People, Consolidated 7 Days Five City Metro (5CM) + Regional (Reg) + BVOD (Broadcast Video on Demand); % increase from overnight numbers.
Top 20 Night Subway
Top 20 Multi-Channel Shows
Night network sharing
Top 20 Foxtel Shows
Consolidated daily ranking of total 7 TV programs
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To note: Program performance and ranking information is subject to change when not based on final program logs. Programs with the same name on one or more main or multichannel channels are grouped into a single network figure.