Nine was the overall winner last night with a 31.8 per cent channel share, despite Seven’s The Chase overtaking The Australian Open for the top entertainment spot.
A total of 467,000 metro viewers tuned in to watch Seven’s The Chase last night, slightly up on Seven’s Home and Away with 430,000 views.
For day three of the Australian Open, 408,000 metro viewers tuned in. This was down on the 462,000 viewers that the tournament pulled in yesterday.
Following Nine, Seven took 28.5 per cent of total channel views, Network 10 took 15.2 per cent, ABC TV Network had 14.8 per cent and SBS Network had 9.7 cent.
Network 10’s The Bachelors had 274,000 metro viewers and continued to top the 16-39 demo. Meanwhile. Home and Away was the top entertainment show for those in the 25-54 demo.
Daily Channel Share
|Nine Network||Seven Network||Network 10||ABC TV Network||SBS Network|
Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)
|1||SEVEN NEWS||Seven Network + Affiliates||867,000|
|2||SEVEN NEWS AT 6.30||Seven Network + Affiliates||833,000|
|3||NINE NEWS||Nine Network + Affiliates||670,000|
|4||NINE NEWS 6:30||Nine Network + Affiliates||657,000|
|5||ABC NEWS-EV||ABC TV + Affiliates||536,000|
|6||THE CHASE AUSTRALIA||Seven Network + Affiliates||467,000|
|7||HOME AND AWAY||Seven Network + Affiliates||430,000|
|8||2023 AUSTRALIAN OPEN D3 -NIGHT||Nine Network + Affiliates||408,000|
|9||7.30 SUMMER-EV||ABC TV + Affiliates||396,000|
|10||2023 AUSTRALIAN OPEN D3 -NIGHT SESSION 2||Nine Network + Affiliates||350,000|