Seven set to claim 2023 ratings crown

Seven set to win Total People while Nine will claim the demos in 2023.

Saturday is the final day of 2023 survey with Seven set to take the annual win in Total People, in the all-important 5 city metro share.

It will also claim the same victory when regional shares are added, and the commercial share in both metro / national.

Nine is set to win 25-54 and 16-39 demos in metro, and is marginally ahead in national.

Seven will also claim 25 ratings weeks on a national basis and will be the only network to grow its commercial share in the capital cities in calendar 2023.

ABC is set to nab third place from 10 in 5 city metro share.

Seven Chief Revenue Officer, Kurt Burnette, said: “Seven is more than just TV: we’re a destination for high-quality content that attracts Australia’s biggest viewing audience. Our unrivalled attention from premium audiences ensures a brand’s message is heard by the people who matter most.

“In 2024, we plan to extend our winning streak as the most-watched network through even more huge cultural moments, captivating content and diverse voices. Our 2024 line-up will prove we’re not just part of the conversation, we’re driving it.

“As home to the most-watched screens, it’s impossible to drop Seven off any marketing plan that seeks mass audience impact. And to help create growth for our brand partners in a trusted, easy and brand safe way in 2024, we’re pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the digital age,” he said.

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    1. I think Nine might have edged it out over Seven (without the Matildas) given its strong finish to the year with The Block, Cricket WC and Seven’s underwhelming SAS Australia and flopping Big Brother.

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