Seven wins penultimate week, T20 World Cup nabs a rare victory.

It's not often a multichannel show tops the week in the demos.

In what is very possibly a first in TV ratings, a multichannel show topped all others in the demos.

The T20 World Cup Final led in 16 – 39 and 25- 54 viewers, in the penultimate week of 2022 survey.

Seven won the week with This is Your Life as the top entertainment show.

It was not pretty for 10, failing to rise above 350,000 metro viewers, beaten every night except one by ABC and even by SBS on Saturday.

This final week should also prove best for SBS with FIFA World Cup now underway.

Seven: 29.2
Nine: 28.5
ABC: 18.6
10: 14.8
SBS: 8.8

Primary channel:
Seven: 20.2
Nine: 18.1
ABC: 13.1
10: 8.4
SBS: 4.3

9GEM: 5.1
7mate: 3.7
7TWO: 3.5
10 Peach: 3.1
ABC TV Plus: 2.8
10 BOLD: 2.4
9Life / ABC News: 2.2
7flix: 1.9
9RUSH: 1.4
SBS Food / SBS World Movies: 1.2
10 Shake: 0.9
ABC ME: 0.5
NITV: 0.3
SBS World Watch: 0.0

Seven won Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday. Nine led on Sunday, Tuesday & Saturday. ABC outranked 10 every night except Tuesday.

Seven was victorious in Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth. Nine won Sydney & Brissy.

Best brands last week were:

Seven: Seven News (6:30 815,000), This is Your Life (532,000), AGT (519,000) and Home & Away (468,000).

Nine: Nine News (Sun: 793,000), A Current Affair (551,000), T20 World Cup on GEM (519,000) and My Mum Your Dad (410,000).

ABC: ABC News (Sun: 555,000), Australian Story (511,000), Doc Martin (482,000) and Hard Quiz (479,000).

10: The Cheap Seats (344,000), The Dog House (290,000), The Project (7pm: 266,000) and The Challenge (Launch: 257,000).

SBS: The Secrets of Coca Cola (155,000), Great British Railway Journeys (147,000), Great Coastal Railway Journeys (140,000) and SBS World News (138,000).

The 2022 survey concludes on Saturday.

One Response

  1. I think a lot of people really want Ten to do well, there is no ill will towards the network as such. However, to do this they have to at least re-think the 5.00pm to 7.30pm news and current affairs block, either getting out of news all-together or taking a radically different approach.
    Personally I think a brave news service would be one that did not have an on-camera host. Just employ an omniscient narrator to speak over the evening’s footage in a tight 30 minute program – cheaper and I think more effective.
    Get rid of The Project. It failed a decade ago when set against Two and a Half Men repeats and it is failing now. Any thing would do better in the slot and would at least get some of these so-called comedians off our screens.

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