Sunday 12 May 2024

National TV Reach: 1. SEVEN NEWS 2,183,000 2. FARMER WANTS A WIFE 2,159,000 3. 9NEWS 1,970,000 4. THE SUMMIT 1,562,000 5. 7NEWS SPOTLIGHT 1,329,000

Total People                                                                Total TV Overnight Top 30 Programs

Sun 12th May 2024

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SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 2,183,000 1,253,000 49,000
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FARMER WANTS A WIFE – SUN Seven 2,159,000 1,092,000 105,000
9NEWS SUNDAY Nine 1,970,000 1,155,000 65,000
THE SUMMIT -LAUNCH Nine 1,562,000 583,000 47,000
7NEWS SPOTLIGHT Seven 1,329,000 547,000 32,000
MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN 10 1,313,000 709,000 47,000
SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE Nine 1,156,000 449,000 30,000
60 MINUTES Nine 1,137,000 477,000 29,000
ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EV ABC 1,116,000 771,000 27,000
WEEKEND SUNRISE – SUN Seven 955,000 369,000 22,000
THE SUNDAY PROJECT 10 946,000 342,000 15,000
2024 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (EVENING) RPT SBS 927,000 226,000 9,000
CALL THE MIDWIFE-EV ABC 870,000 486,000 14,000
INSIDERS-AM ABC 808,000 519,000 40,000
FBI 10 788,000 330,000 12,000
WEEKEND TODAY – SUNDAY Nine 787,000 304,000 23,000
SUNDAY FOOTY SHOW Nine 771,000 158,000 11,000
10 NEWS FIRST SUN 10 617,000 275,000 9,000
COMPASS-EV ABC 611,000 272,000 10,000
THE MORNING SHOW – WEEKEND Seven 603,000 201,000 13,000
SEVEN’S AFL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL Seven 583,000 224,000 0
WEEKEND BREAKFAST-AM ABC 583,000 242,000 11,000
LANDLINE-PM ABC 575,000 338,000 14,000
THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS Seven 572,000 292,000 15,000
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW-PM ABC 540,000 270,000 6,000
OFFSIDERS-AM ABC 539,000 271,000 14,000
SEVEN NEWS AT 5 Seven 539,000 344,000 11,000
WEEKEND SUNRISE – SUN – EARLY Seven 524,000 255,000 14,000
2024 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (MORNING) SBS 508,000 209,000 26,000
AFTER THE PARTY-EV ABC 504,000 278,000 16,000

 

 

People 25-54                                                                Total TV Overnight Top 30 Programs

Sun 12th May 2024

Rank                                            Description                                            Network
FARMER WANTS A WIFE – SUN Seven 625,000 304,000 56,000
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9NEWS SUNDAY Nine 607,000 352,000 36,000
THE SUMMIT -LAUNCH Nine 577,000 259,000 28,000
SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 576,000 323,000 26,000
MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN 10 471,000 271,000 28,000
60 MINUTES Nine 392,000 155,000 17,000
7NEWS SPOTLIGHT Seven 388,000 161,000 18,000
SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE Nine 379,000 147,000 18,000
THE SUNDAY PROJECT 10 344,000 123,000 9,000
2024 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (EVENING) RPT SBS 326,000 109,000 5,000
WEEKEND SUNRISE – SUN Seven 297,000 115,000 13,000
FBI 10 293,000 130,000 7,000
SUNDAY FOOTY SHOW Nine 281,000 57,000 7,000
WEEKEND TODAY – SUNDAY Nine 267,000 100,000 14,000
INSIDERS-AM ABC 226,000 147,000 20,000
2024 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (MORNING) SBS 215,000 117,000 17,000
THE MORNING SHOW – WEEKEND Seven 197,000 77,000 7,000
10 NEWS FIRST SUN 10 191,000 89,000 5,000
THE BIG BANG THEORY RPT 10 188,000 34,000 1,000
SEVEN’S AFL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL Seven 180,000 68,000 0
WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS Nine 174,000 74,000 9,000
NOW YOU SEE ME 2 Nine 168,000 45,000 2,000
M- JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2-PM Seven 164,000 42,000 2,000
ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EV ABC 163,000 104,000 12,000
9NEWS LATE Nine 151,000 87,000 9,000
WEEKEND SUNRISE – SUN – EARLY Seven 151,000 72,000 8,000
WEEKEND BREAKFAST-AM ABC 151,000 59,000 6,000
THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS Seven 146,000 80,000 9,000
OFFSIDERS-AM ABC 142,000 77,000 7,000
SEVEN NEWS AT 5 Seven 139,000 92,000 6,000

 

People 16-39                                                                 Total TV Overnight Top 30 Programs

Sun 12th May 2024

Rank                                            Description                                            Network
FARMER WANTS A WIFE – SUN Seven 258,000 134,000 30,000
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SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 239,000 124,000 13,000
9NEWS SUNDAY Nine 237,000 138,000 18,000
THE SUMMIT -LAUNCH Nine 203,000 87,000 13,000
MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUN 10 182,000 115,000 16,000
SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVE Nine 160,000 67,000 11,000
2024 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (EVENING) RPT SBS 155,000 66,000 3,000
THE SUNDAY PROJECT 10 135,000 47,000 4,000
7NEWS SPOTLIGHT Seven 129,000 46,000 9,000
60 MINUTES Nine 128,000 47,000 8,000
2024 EUROVISION SONG CONTEST – FINAL (MORNING) SBS 106,000 64,000 10,000
FBI 10 105,000 42,000 3,000
SEVEN’S AFL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALL Seven 99,000 36,000 0
WEEKEND TODAY – SUNDAY Nine 90,000 29,000 6,000
WEEKEND SUNRISE – SUN Seven 90,000 34,000 6,000
THE BIG BANG THEORY RPT 10 76,000 11,000 0
THE MORNING SHOW – WEEKEND Seven 76,000 25,000 4,000
SUNDAY FOOTY SHOW Nine 75,000 12,000 4,000
INSIDERS-AM ABC 75,000 51,000 10,000
10 NEWS FIRST SUN 10 66,000 30,000 2,000
M- JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2-PM Seven 64,000 17,000 1,000
NOW YOU SEE ME 2 Nine 63,000 18,000 1,000
WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS Nine 60,000 19,000 5,000
ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EV ABC 57,000 33,000 6,000
VFL Seven 53,000 9,000 0
SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL KICK OFF Nine 52,000 19,000 3,000
DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S GREEN PLANET -RPT Nine 49,000 17,000 2,000
SBS WORLD NEWS 7PM SBS 48,000 15,000 1,000
SEVEN NEWS AT 5 Seven 48,000 37,000 3,000
WEEKEND TODAY – EARLY SUNDAY Nine 45,000 13,000 4,000

 

SEVEN + AFFILIATES NINE + AFFILIATES 10 + AFFILIATES SBS ABC
TOTAL PEOPLE TV 31.75% 23.17% 17.25% 12.91% 14.17%
BVOD 31.60% 18.03% 11.02% 17.62% 21.73%
Total TV 31.74% 22.65% 16.61% 13.39% 14.95%
PEOPLE 25-54 TV 27.41% 26.78% 20.77% 16.56% 8.01%
BVOD 33.11% 20.45% 12.69% 15.83% 17.92%
Total TV 28.35% 25.73% 19.43% 16.44% 9.65%
PEOPLE 16-39 TV 26.22% 24.27% 19.33% 21.93% 7.71%
BVOD 33.97% 20.33% 13.07% 14.00% 18.63%
Total TV 27.86% 23.44% 18.00% 20.25% 10.02%

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4 Responses

  1. Thank you for your reply. The new system still confuses me. (I still prefer the former system ie the most recent). Re the now, I just remove the ‘specials’ ie not ‘regulars’ to sort of guage it. Not surprised The Summit rates well. Eurovision rated twice in all three sections. Not surprisingly including the youngest demographic. What is the third column? Will we here get to see Midwife S14 Christmas Special when its due? ie before our ABC loses the rights to show it? Im hoping we do see Season 13 very very soon too. It ended in US yesterday. (I saw it via the UK replay of DailyMotion) but want to see it on free to air broadcast tv).

    1. Yes I realise info is not ideal but there are limitations on the assets I am given. Third column is BVOD only (which is a break out of column 2 linear + BVOD). CTM is always BBC First and ABC about a year later.

  2. Ive been nervous re these ratings. Such strong competition with the coveted 7.30pm timeslot, and even though Call the Midwife ‘only’ rated in the overall ratings, it still rated well at 13., with 870,000; 486,000; 14,000. Eurovision Final; Spotlight featuring device addiction for kids,(albeit it was from 8.30); especially teens; NRL; Masterchef; and the launch of The Summit. Call the Midwifes main topic also featured a newborns dad descending? into fullblown schizophrenia and knifing the show minister/social worker. Kudos to the actor portraying the new dad. The other main story was the doctors wife, nurse/midwife Shelagh (the former nun Sr. Bernadette of S1/2), fearing she was pregnant again. With giving birth with only biological child and fearing she may miscarry, she dosnt want to give birth again. Am hoping Call the Midwife returns to two ratings sections next week. It started out rating all three sections, and since then rates one or two.This was ep 5 of 8.

    1. It was fourth behind The Summit but still in the mix. Reach number in first column is really only relevant for longer broadcasts such as Eurovision that get disadvantaged somewhat by the Average in column 2.

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