Wednesday 29 July 2015

Report: Daily Free-to-Air Share
Channels:All Free-to-Air Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
Demographics: Total People (incl. guests)
Day-part: 18:00 – 24:00
Day:Wednesday
Deliverable:
Overnight and Consolidated
ChannelOvernightConsolidated
29/07/201522/07/2015
Network ABC11.4%12.1%
Network ABC23.6%3.2%
Network ABC30.7%0.8%
Network ABC News 241.1%1.1%
Network ABC TTL16.7%17.2%
Network 715.0%17.7%
Network 7TWO5.0%4.5%
Network 7mate3.3%3.6%
Network 7 TTL23.3%25.7%
Network 915.7%18.0%
Network GO!4.9%4.8%
Network Gem12.9%2.6%
Network 9 TTL33.4%25.4%
Network TEN14.7%19.2%
Network ONE2.4%1.9%
Network ELEVEN2.7%3.1%
Network TEN TTL19.8%24.1%
Network SBS ONE5.3%6.6%
Network SBS 21.4%1.0%
Network NITV0.1%0.1%
Network SBS TTL 6.8%7.6%

 

Report: Top 20 Programs
Channels:All Free-to-Air
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Wednesday
Date:29/07/2015
Deliverable:Overnight
RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1NINE NEWS 6:30Network 91,077,000328,000382,000213,00097,00057,000
2NINE NEWSNetwork 91,061,000310,000366,000210,00096,00079,000
3A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 91,017,000290,000344,000216,00095,00073,000
4SEVEN NEWSNetwork 7973,000243,000275,000146,000131,000178,000
5SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHTNetwork 7905,000238,000268,000145,000117,000138,000
6THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA – LAUNCHNetwork TEN846,000239,000305,000130,00075,00096,000
7ABC NEWS-EVNetwork ABC790,000253,000248,000110,00072,000107,000
8THE HOTPLATE -WEDNetwork 9713,000240,000218,000112,00077,00066,000
9THE MID-YEAR ASHES: THIRD TEST-ENG V AUS SESSION 1 -D1Network Gem704,000141,000275,00091,000104,00093,000
10HOME AND AWAYNetwork 7702,000195,000182,000139,00088,00097,000
11THE PROJECT 7PMNetwork TEN683,000197,000221,000129,00075,00061,000
12HOT SEATNetwork 9663,000189,000235,000135,00052,00052,000
13FAMILY FEUDNetwork TEN639,000204,000177,000120,00071,00067,000
147.30-EVNetwork ABC604,000194,000181,000110,00052,00067,000
15TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVENetwork TEN598,000173,000151,000114,00075,00085,000
16JULIA ZEMIRO’S HOME DELIVERY-EVNetwork ABC535,000154,000183,00082,00057,00059,000
17THE WEEKLY WITH CHARLIE PICKERING-EVNetwork ABC527,000169,000155,00087,00050,00066,000
18RESTAURANT REVOLUTION – WEDNetwork 7515,000140,000138,00092,00079,00067,000
19THE PROJECT 6.30PMNetwork TEN483,000144,000140,00091,00058,00049,000
20THE CRICKET SHOWNetwork Gem478,00088,000186,00054,00064,00086,000

 

Report: Top 20 Programs
Channels:All free-to-air Multi Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Wednesday
Date:29/07/2015
Deliverable:Overnight
RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE MID-YEAR ASHES: THIRD TEST-ENG V AUS SESSION 1 -D1Network Gem704,000141,000275,00091,000104,00093,000
2THE CRICKET SHOWNetwork Gem478,00088,000186,00054,00064,00086,000
3THE MID-YEAR ASHES: THIRD TEST-ENG V AUS PRE GAME -D1Network Gem367,00082,000152,00057,00043,00033,000
4THE MID-YEAR ASHES: THIRD TEST-ENG V AUS SESSION 2 -D1Network Gem350,00050,000138,00023,00046,00093,000
5THE BIG BANG THEORY -EV TX1Network GO!296,00088,00066,00046,00049,00047,000
6BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-EVNetwork ABC2288,00055,00091,00062,00042,00039,000
7THE BIG BANG THEORY -EVNetwork GO!272,00062,00063,00047,00050,00049,000
8PETER RABBIT-EVNetwork ABC2269,00060,00075,00054,00043,00037,000
9PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2264,00066,00055,00054,00041,00047,000
10ROSEMARY & THYMENetwork 7TWO254,00079,00059,00040,00039,00037,000
11SHAUN THE SHEEP-EVNetwork ABC2250,00054,00062,00060,00028,00044,000
12OCTONAUTS-PMNetwork ABC2249,00031,00066,00056,00039,00056,000
13PEG + CAT-PMNetwork ABC2246,00039,00068,00060,00037,00042,000
14CURIOUS GEORGE-EVNetwork ABC2225,00049,00068,00045,00034,00030,000
15FIREMAN SAM-PMNetwork ABC2224,00054,00054,00047,00031,00038,000
16INSPECTOR MORSENetwork 7TWO217,00070,00044,00032,00042,00029,000
17NEIGHBOURSNetwork ELEVEN215,00050,00081,00047,00021,00015,000
18THOMAS AND FRIENDS-PMNetwork ABC2214,00051,00061,00052,00029,00022,000
19DIRTGIRLWORLD-PMNetwork ABC2205,00057,00051,00046,00026,00025,000
20LETHAL WEAPON 4 -EVNetwork GO!195,00039,00079,00034,00020,00024,000

 

Free to Air: 25-54 demographics (Overnight)

RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA – LAUNCHNetwork TEN516,000139,000192,00078,00043,00065,000
2A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9394,000110,000143,00075,00036,00030,000
3THE PROJECT 7PMNetwork TEN381,000116,000128,00066,00032,00039,000
4NINE NEWS 6:30Network 9375,000107,000141,00070,00037,00021,000
5NINE NEWSNetwork 9353,000102,000133,00057,00034,00027,000

 

Free to Air: 18-49 demographics (Overnight)

RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA – LAUNCHNetwork TEN533,000143,000193,00081,00046,00070,000
2THE PROJECT 7PMNetwork TEN362,000107,000125,00061,00033,00035,000
3A CURRENT AFFAIRNetwork 9320,00091,000111,00065,00030,00023,000
4NINE NEWS 6:30Network 9318,00089,000116,00066,00031,00017,000
5NINE NEWSNetwork 9291,00083,000111,00050,00026,00022,000

 

Free to Air: 16-39 demographics (Overnight)

RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE BACHELOR AUSTRALIA – LAUNCHNetwork TEN382,000100,000135,00062,00032,00052,000
2THE PROJECT 7PMNetwork TEN241,00071,00083,00038,00023,00027,000
3THE MID-YEAR ASHES: THIRD TEST-ENG V AUS SESSION 1 -D1Network Gem178,00031,00075,00017,00032,00023,000
4FAMILY FEUDNetwork TEN173,00050,00049,00030,00020,00024,000
5NINE NEWS 6:30Network 9167,00044,00066,00030,00021,0005,000

 

Report:   Top 20 Programs
Channels:National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Wednesday
Date:29/07/2015
Deliverable:Overnight
RankDescription Channel\Market(r) National STV
1LIVE: AFL 360FOX FOOTY96,000
2PEPPA PIGNick Jr.89,000
3PEPPA PIGNick Jr.78,000
4LIVE: STERLO: ON THE COUCHFOX SPORTS 175,000
5PAW PATROLNick Jr.71,000
6THE SIMPSONSFOX864,000
7AFL ROUND TABLEFOX FOOTY60,000
8CORONATION STREETUKTV57,000
9PEPPA PIGNick Jr.57,000
10THE SIMPSONSFOX856,000
11THE BEST OF LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATIONLifeStyle Channel55,000
12LIVE: NRL 360FOX SPORTS 154,000
13EASTENDERSUKTV53,000
14ALVINNN!!! AND THE CHIPMUNKSNick Jr.52,000
15JAKE AND THE NEVER LAND PIRATESDisney Junior51,000
16ALVINNN!!! AND THE CHIPMUNKSNick Jr.49,000
17FAMILY GUYFOX848,000
18BLAZE AND THE MONSTER MACHINESNick Jr.48,000
19NRL 360FOX SPORTS 147,000
20DORA AND FRIENDSNick Jr.45,000

 

 

© OzTAM Pty Limited 2015. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) without the prior written consent of OzTAM. Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Ranking information is for individual episodes. Includes Preliminary data.

30 Comments:

  1. bettestreep2008

    So glad the two cooking shows are tanking. What were they thinking premiering them both at the exact date and time and one day after MCA finale? Even the mailboy at Seven and Nine would have realised this was a massive blunder. Yet the people making these decisions are earning millions.

    I didn’t watch any of the reality shows but discovered a little gem after later in the evening by mistake. Although she is pretty much playing Grace Adler with a gun – Debra Messing is always enjoyable to watch. I will watch further episodes before Nine do the usual and chuck it on after midnight. Just like Seven has done to Smash.

    • bettestreep2008

      I think Go Back isn’t rating as well this time around is because the majority of Australians no longer care about asylum seekers. We don’t know what has happened to the dozens of boats that have been turned back and for many Australians what they don’t know they don’t care.

      • Hi there,

        I don’t agree that Australians no longer care about asylum seekers. I think the problem is that by producing a third series of GBTWYCF, SBS have transformed a critical social issue into just another television format. So, to my mind, the low ratings do not suggest indifference to the issue simply to the form in which it’s presented. Of course, a broadcaster under pressure to deliver ratings will reach for a proven formula rather than look for another way in which to explore an issue – originality is not TV’s strong point, after all – without understanding that TV audience’s need the appearance, at least, of originality. As I’m sure we’ll see very soon, SBS will make the same mistake by producing another series of ‘Struggle Street’ – one of the most cynical, exploitative programs in Australian television history – with the same ratings results as this latest series…

    • bettestreep2008

      I wonder what happened to the winners of those 2 shows? Didn’t one of them win One Milion $? Boy that was an expensive mistake. And it seems RR wouldn’t be a very cheap show to produce either. Surely all those diners that queued up were promised free meals.

      • The winner of The Mole walked away with $180,000. It wasn’t as bad as The Big Adventure, which was $1,000,000. I quite enjoyed The Mole, but the big adventure was just boring….

  2. The flop of RR is worst then 7 reviving The Mole. Considering that it’s a show that’s produced live (as opposed to produced months in advance), I would not be surprised if 7 pull the plug and fill the gaps with Boarder Security and whatever cop shows they got until X-factor airs.

    9 (which is also not going too well) will probably let Hoteplate play out but unless a miracle happens as the show goes on it will not be renewed.

  3. Great numbers for the bachelor that is the highest launch ever. ratings up around 150k from last year so I don’t think ten would be to disappointed.

  4. The Bachelor did much better than the first two premieres (692k 2014/669k 2013)
    I thought last years drama might have put people off but seems not. Then again it was competing two established formats (X Factor and The Block) last year.

  5. God help us in TV land! Thankgoodness for the ABC & SBS. Last nights commercial ‘reality’ offerings are a disgrace. The Bachelor is contrived purile crap and it’s ratings will go one way – downhill. The Hot Plate is OK if you liked MKR, but I don’t. And Restaurant Revolution, well don’t get me started – the ratings drop says it all. Watched the cricket on GEM after giving up on The Bachelor on TEN.

  6. Great to see those would be, if they could, be cooking drama’s are sinking fast. How about something new 7 & 9 ;-(

    Watched last 45 minutes of The Project on 10.
    Watched The Batchelor on 10 and we enjoyed it. Much better Bachelor than that guy last year.
    Watched recordings off DVR after Bachelor. 🙂

  7. $MDM 465,000, Criminal Minds 461,000, Last Leg 419,000, How Not To Behave 403,000, Madam Secretary 381,000, Mysteries of Laura 369,000 / 287,000, Go Back 300,000, Bosch was 216,000.

  8. Good to see Ten in there with The Bachelor. I think they will do well with this season. Pretty sure Seven will re-schedule RR to a different day/s and perhaps timeslot. Hotplate not setting the world on fire neither. Ten’s Spelling Bee on Monday is sure to attract a youth audience which will be interesting.

    • I hope so – great to see something on TV for school age kids. It used to be Ten’s main demographic but GO -99 has stolen some of those viewers. Now Ten is also aiming at 25-54 demographic and I feel that is an intelligent move. Well done Ten 🙂

  9. Channel Seven are screwed with Restaurant Revolution, as the restaurants have already opened. Great figures for The Ashes, Aussies performed terribly yesterday however.

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