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Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

01 Jan 2017, 23:19

This is the place to discuss ratings, programming info and general TV news on shows that appear on free-to-air TV in Australia in 2017.
You are going to see a lot of more of Delta on TV this year, due to her role on The Voice and drama series House Husbands on Channel Nine, plus her big role as Olivia Newton-John on the Channel Seven mini-series.
I will update the programming on this post as the year progresses :)

JANUARY
:: 1 ::
Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2016
(one-off special) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, ABC)
New Year's Day Concert 2017 (Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra concert) NEW DELAYED (by satellite) (10.50pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 8 ::
Offsiders
(new season) (10am, Sundays, ABC)
Grand Designs (Series 15) (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 9 ::
Family Feud
(new season) (6pm, weeknights, Channel Ten and Eleven)
Neighbours (new season) (6.30pm, weeknights, Eleven; repeated 1pm, weekdays from 10/1, Channel Ten)
The Project (new season) (6.30pm, weeknights, Channel Ten)
Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I'm a Doctor (new season) (7.30pm, Mondays, SBS)

:: 10 ::
Stephen Fry in Central America
(4-part BBC travel series) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 11 ::
The Vikings Uncovered
(2 part series) (7.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
Vikings (Season 4, part 2) (9.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 12 ::
Destination Flavour: Singapore
(food series) NEW (8.05pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 16 ::
Undressed
(social experiment relationship series) NEW (9.35pm, Mondays, SBS)

:: 18 ::
Shaun Micallef's Stairway to Heaven (Season 2)
(8.35pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 23 ::
Hot Seat
(new season and timeslot) (5pm, weekdays, Channel Nine)

:: 25 ::
Australian of the Year 2017
(awards special) NEW LIVE (NEW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (7.30pm, Wednesday, ABC)
The 2016 Pub Quiz (repeat) (9pm, Wednesday, ABC)

:: 26 ::
Australia Day Live at the Sydney Opera House
(Australia Day concert special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Ten)

:: 29 ::
Bondi Rescue (Season 12)
(6.30pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)
I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! (Season 3) (7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays to Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 30 ::
Miss Universe 2016
(beauty pageant special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (11am, Monday, 7TWO; repeated 10.10pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
My Kitchen Rules (Season 8) (7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays and 7pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
Married at First Sight (Season 4) (Week 1: 7.30pm, Monday to Wednesday, Channel Nine; Week 2: 7pm, Sunday and 7.30pm, Monday to Wednesday, Channel Nine; Week 3 onwards: 7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays to Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Bride and Prejudice - The Forbidden Weddings (relationship series) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 31 ::
Paul Merton's Secret Stations
(3-part Channel 4 series on obscure British railway stations) NEW (7.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
800 Words (Season 2, second half) (9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)
Bones (Season 12 and final season) FASTTRACKED (10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

FEBRUARY
:: 1 ::
Stop Laughing: This is Serious (Season 2)
(9.10pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
The Last Leg (Series 10) FASTTRACKED (10pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 3 ::
The Graham Norton Show (second half of Season 20)
(8.30pm, Fridays, Channel Ten; from 5/4 7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 4 ::
Death in Paradise (Season 4)
(free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)
New Tricks (Series 12 and final series) (9.35pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 5 ::
Midsomer Murders (Series 19)
FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 6 ::
Australian Story
(new season) (8pm, Mondays, ABC)
Four Corners (new season) (8.30pm, Mondays, ABC)
The Business (new season) (8.45pm AEDT, weeknights, ABC News 24 and 11pm approx, weeknights, ABC)
House Husbands (Season 5) (new timeslot) (9pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
Media Watch (new season) (9.15pm, Mondays, ABC)
Lateline (new season) (Mondays: 9.30pm AEDT/AEST, ABC News 24 - except QLD/SA/NT/WA; Tuesdays to Fridays: 9.30pm AEDT/AEST, ABC News 24; 10.30pm approx, weeknights, ABC)
Q&A (new season) (9.35pm, Mondays, ABC and 9.35pm AEDT, Mondays, ABC News 24 LIVE - QLD/SA/NT/WA only)

:: 7 ::
Ice Wars
(4-part factual series on the problem of the drug ice) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
NCIS (Season 14) (8.45pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)
NCIS: Los Angeles (new episodes, beginning Season 8, episode 7) (9.45pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 8 ::
This is Us (Season 1)
(US comedy-drama series) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)
The Eighties (8-part CNN documentary series looking back to the 1980s) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
Murder Uncovered (documentary into past murders) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Madam Secretary (new episodes, beginning Season 3, episode 7) (9.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
Dream Gardens
(gardening series) NEW (8pm, Thursdays, ABC)
Newton's Law (legal drama starring Claudia Karvan) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)
The Big Bang Theory (new episodes, beginning Season 10, episode 8) (8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine)

:: 10 ::
Qi
(new season) (8pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 12 ::
Insiders
(new season) (9am, Sundays, ABC; 9am AEDT/AEST, Sundays, ABC News 24)
Hoges: The Paul Hogan Story (2-part mini-series) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
24: Legacy (US action drama series) NEW FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)
Homeland (Season 6) FASTTRACKED (9.30pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 13 ::
Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia
(comedy series hosted by Tommy Little) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (9pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)

:: 14 ::
Insight
(new season) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
Travel Guides (reality travel series) NEW (9pm approx, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Dateline (new season) (9.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
The New Celebrity Apprentice (US reality competition series hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger) NEW (10pm approx, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 15 ::
Planet Earth II
(BBC nature documentary series narrated by David Attenborough) NEW (7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Murder Calls Australia (documentary into past murders) NEW (8.40pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 16 ::
The Chase Australia
(My Kitchen Rules special) NEW (7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven)
Mighty Trains
(6-part Discovery Canada documentary) NEW (8.40pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven)
Gogglebox Australia (Season 5)
(free-to-air premiere) (9pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)
The Investigator: A British Crime Story (4-part ITV crime series revisiting 1986 murder of Carole Packman) NEW (9.40pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven)

:: 26 ::
Sunday Night
(new season) (8.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
Is Australia Racist? (social experiment documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
The Blacklist (new episodes, beginning season 4, episode 9) (9.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
Training Day (US drama series based on movie) NEW (10.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)

MARCH
:: 2 ::
The NRL Footy Show
(new season) (NSW/ACT/QLD/NT only: 9.50pm AEDT/AEST, Thursdays, Channel Nine; VIC/TAS/SA/WA only: 11pm approx, Thursdays, Channel Nine)

:: 3 ::
Broadchurch (Series 3)
FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 4 ::
Gardening Australia (Season 28)
(6.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)
Speechless (Season 1) (US comedy series) NEW (8pm, Saturdays, Eleven)

:: 5 ::
2017 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade
(one off special) NEW DELAYED (8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
Vera (Series 6) (FTA premiere) (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)
Bull (Season 1) (US legal drama series starring Michael Weatherly) NEW (8.40pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
The AFL Footy Show
(new season) (VIC/TAS/SA/WA only: 8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine; NSW/ACT/QLD/NT only: 11.30pm AEDT approx, Thursdays, Channel Nine)

:: 12 ::
NCIS: New Orleans (Season 4)
(9.40pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 14 ::
The Biggest Loser: Transformed
(Season 11 of series) NEW (week 1-2: 7pm, Sunday and 7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Ten; week 3 onwards: 7.30pm, Mondays to Thursdays, Channel Ten; from 3/4 1pm, Mondays to Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Bullied (documentary hosted by Ian Thorpe) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 15 ::
Million Dollar Cold Case
(crime series with assistance from Victoria Police) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Cyberhate (documentary hosted by Tara Moss) NEW (9.30pm, Wednesday, ABC2)

:: 16 ::
When Magic Goes Horribly Wrong
(magic documentary special) NEW (8.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)
Dynamo: Live (magic special) NEW (9.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)

:: 20 ::
Footy Classified
(new season) (10pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - VIC/TAS/SA/WA only; repeated 11.30pm approx, Mondays, 9Gem)

:: 22 ::
The Night Manager (Season 1)
(BBC drama series based on novel by John le Carre) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 23 ::
All Star Family Feud
(The Bold and the Beautiful special) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Ten)

:: 26 ::
Modern Family
(new episodes, beginning season 8, episode 8) (7pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 27 ::
Talking Footy
(new season) (7.30pm, Mondays, 7mate - VIC/TAS/SA/WA/NT only)

APRIL
:: 2 ::
2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival - The Gala
(one off special) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 4 ::
Stargazing Live with Brian Cox
(3-part astronomy series) NEW (SA and NT only: 8pm, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC; other regions: 8.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC)
Stargazing Live: Back to Earth (3-part astronomy discussion series) NEW (SAT and NT only: 9pm, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC2; other regions: 9.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC2)

:: 5 ::
Spy in the Wild
(5-part BBC nature documentary series) NEW (7.30pm, Wednesdays and 7pm, Sundays, Channel Nine - WA only)
Secret Life of Growing Up (ITV science documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 6 ::
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities (Series 3)
(double episodes) (7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
Spy in the Wild
(5-part BBC nature documentary series) NEW (7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine - all states except WA)
2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Allstar Supershow (one off special) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 11 ::
First Dates
(season 2, episode 7 and 8) (7.30pm, Monday and Tuesday, Channel Seven)
Michael Mosley's Secrets of Your Food (BBC food science series) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 12 ::
Anh's Brush with Fame (Season 2)
(8pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
You Can't Ask That (season 2) (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
The Warriors (8-part Indigenous Australian Rules comedy series) NEW (9.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 13 ::
Seven Types of Ambiguity
(6-part drama series based on the novel) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 16 ::
Doctor Who (Series 10)
FASTTRACKED (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
Whovians (Doctor Who discussion series hosted by Rove McManus) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC2)
Maigret Sets a Trap (telemovie) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 17 ::
2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Great Debate
NEW (8.30pm, Monday, ABC)
Seven Year Switch (Season 2) (new night) (9pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Seven)
Rage 30: The Story of Rage (Rage 30th anniversary special) NEW (10pm, Monday, ABC)

:: 18 ::
The Secrets of Your Food
(BBC food science series hosted by Michael Mosley and James Wong) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
The Amazing Race (Season 29) FASTTRACKED (premiere: 10.10pm, Tuesday, Channel Seven; from 25/4 11.10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 19 ::
Testing Teachers
(3-part factual series following a group of new teachers) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
The Young Pope (Season 1) (Italian drama series starring Jude Law) NEW (10.25pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 23 ::
2017 TV Week Logie Awards red carpet
(one off special) NEW (7pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)
2017 TV Week Logie Awards (one off special) NEW LIVE (NSW/VIC/QLD/ACT/TAS only) (7.30pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)

:: 24 ::
The Voice Australia (Season 5)
(blind auditions: 7.30pm, Monday to Wednesdays and 7pm, Sundays, Channel Nine)
House of Bond (2-part mini-series on the life of businessman Alan Bond) NEW (9pm, Monday and Tuesday, Channel Nine)

:: 26 :
The Graham Norton Show (Season 21)
FASTTRACKED (premiere: 7.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Ten; from 5/5 8.40pm, Fridays, Channel Ten)
Peter Helliar: One Hot Mess (comedy special) NEW (8.40pm, Wednesday, Channel Seven)
The Aussie Property Flippers (renovation series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 27 :
MasterChef: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Food
(MasterChef past contestants special) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Ten)

:: 30 ::
House Rules (Season 5)
(Week 1: 7pm, Sunday and 7.30pm, Monday to Thursday, Channel Seven; week 2 onwards: 7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Grandchester (Series 3) FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)
Trial & Error (US mockumentary series) NEW (premiere: 10.15pm, Sunday, Channel Seven; continues 9.50pm, Wednesdays from 3/5, Channel Seven)

MAY
:: 1 ::
MasterChef Australia (Season 9)
(7.30pm, Mondays to Thursdays and 7pm, Sundays from 7/5, Channel Ten)

:: 2 ::
Love Child (Season 4)
(9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 3 ::
Stayin' Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees
(music special) NEW (7.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Nine)

:: 5 ::
River
(6-part BBC police drama series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 8 ::
Have You Been Paying Attention? (Season 5)
(8.40pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)
Pacific Heat (Australian animated police drama series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (9.40pm, Monday, Channel Ten; continues 8.30pm, Wednesdays, Eleven)

:: 9 ::
The Last Resort
(relationship show) NEW (7.30pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 10 ::
2017 Eurovision Song Contest: Semi Final 1
(music special) NEW (5am AEST, Wednesday, SBS LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Friday 12/5, SBS)

:: 12 ::
2017 Eurovision Song Contest: Semi Final 2
(music special) NEW (5am AEST, Friday, SBS LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Saturday 13/5, SBS)

:: 14 ::
2017 Eurovision Song Contest: Final
(music special) NEW (5am AEST, Sunday, SBS LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 16 ::
Ask the Doctor
(ABC medical advice series) NEW (8pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
War on Waste (3-part documentary on waste hosted by Craig Reucassel) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 18 ::
Murdoch Mysteries (Season 6)
(free-to-air premiere, double episodes) (8.30pm, Thursdays, 7TWO)

:: 21 ::
The Story of God with Morgan Freeman (Season 1)
(National Geographic documentary series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (double episodes) (8.40pm, Sundays, SBS)

:: 26 ::
Building the Dream (Season 1)
(UK reality building competition series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (9.30pm, Fridays, 7TWO)

JUNE
:: 3 ::
The Land of the Midnight Sun
(UK travel documentary series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Saturdays, 7TWO)

:: 5 ::
True Story with Hamish and Andy
(Australian comedy series) NEW (7.30pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
Here Come the Habibs (Season 2) (new night and timeslot) (8pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
One Love Manchester Concert (BBC charity concert special featuring Ariana Grande and others) NEW DELAYED (8.40pm, Monday, Channel Nine)
Wanted (Season 2) (new night and timeslot) (8.40pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 6 ::
20 to One
(new season) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
David Stratton's Stories of Australian Cinema (Australian movie documentary series) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
First Dates Australia (new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 9) (8.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 7 ::
Border Security
(new episodes) (7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
The Force (new episodes, beginning Season 10, episode 14) (8pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Criminal Minds (Season 12) (8.35pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Ronny Chieng: International Student (ABC comedy series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 8 ::
Car Wars
(3-part ITV police factual series) NEW (7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven - NSW/ACT/QLD/WA only)

:: 11 ::
Orphan Black (Season 5 and final season)
FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Sundays, SBS Viceland)

:: 15 ::
The Family Law (Season 2)
(8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 21 ::
Shark Tank Australia (Season 3)
(new night and timeslot) (8.45pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten; from 25/7 7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 27 ::
Filthy Rich and Homeless
(celebrity social experiment series) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday, SBS; panel discussion: 9.30pm, Thursday, SBS)

JULY

:: 4 ::
Diana: Seven Days That Shook the World
(2-part documentary examines the week leading up to Princess Diana's 1997 funeral) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Behave Yourself! (comedy panel series hosted by Darren McMullen) NEW (premiere: 9pm, Tuesday, Channel Seven; from 11/7 7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 6 ::
Drivers Make You Laugh Out Loud
(UK clip show series) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven - all states except SA)
Common Sense (topical comedy news show featured members of the public) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.45pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
Australian Ninja Warrior (Season 1)
(sports competition series) NEW (7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Yummy Mummies (reality series on pregnant mothers) NEW (premiere: 9pm, Sunday, Channel Seven; continues 8.30pm, Tuesdays from 11/7, Channel Seven)

:: 10 ::
The Last 100 Days of Diana
(UK documentary) NEW (7.30pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
Quantico (new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 8) (11.45pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 13 ::
Toddlers Make You Laugh Out Loud
(UK clip show) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)
All Round to Mrs Brown's (BBC talk show featuring characters from Mrs Brown's Boys) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven - all states except VIC and TAS; 9.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven and Southern Cross - VIC and TAS only)

:: 14 ::
Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites
(6-part BBC food series) NEW (8pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 16 ::
Secrets of Scotland Yard
(2-part UK documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)

:: 17 ::
Highway Patrol
(new episodes) (7.30pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)
Brit Cops (UK police reality series) NEW (8.30pm, Mondays, 7mate)

:: 18 ::
Mistresses (Season 3) (11.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 19 ::
Utopia (Season 9)
(9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Motive (new episodes, beginning Season 3, episode 9) (11.40pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 20 ::
Builders Make You Laugh Out Loud
(UK clip show) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)
Pulse (medical drama series) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 21 ::
Prime Suspect
(6-part prequel to Prime Suspect series) NEW (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 26 ::
The Bachelor Australia (Season 5)
(7.30pm, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Secret Life of the Long Haul Flight (Channel 5 documentary on Qantas A380 flight from London to Sydney) NEW (8.40pm, Wednesday, SBS)

:: 27 ::
Daredevils Make You Laugh Out Loud
(UK clip show) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)
Versailles (Series 2) (8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)
Outlander (Series 2) (free-to-air premiere) (10.40pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 30 ::
Diana: Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy
(UK documentary featuring interviews with Prince William and Prince Harry) NEW (7pm, Sunday, Channel Seven)
The Block (Season 13) (7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Australian Survivor (Season 4) (7.30pm, Sundays and Mondays, Channel Ten)
2017 Helpman Awards (arts awards special) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (9.30pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 31::
Billy Connolly and Me
(UK celebration special) NEW (7.30pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
This Time Next Year (reality transformation series based on UK format) NEW (8.45pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

02 Jan 2017, 21:34

Ratings for New Year's Day, Sunday, January 1 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Ten 23.3%
Nine 15.6%
ABC 13.3%
Seven 12.6%
SBS 6.0%
One 3.6%
9Life 3.5%
9Gem 3.4%
Eleven 3.4%
9GO! 3.2%
7mate 2.9%
ABC2 2.6%
7TWO 1.8%
7Flix 1.4%
ABC News 24 1.1%
SBS Viceland 0.9%
ABC Me 0.7%
Food 0.7%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Nine 894,000 (295,000 307,000 141,000 81,000 71,000)
2 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 12: MELBOURNE STARS VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES – SESSION 2 Ten 840,000 (159,000 320,000 134,000 101,000 126,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 810,000 (172,000 246,000 204,000 81,000 106,000)
4 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 13: PERTH VS SYDNEY THUNDER – SESSION Ten 761,000 (124,000 249,000 112,000 97,000 180,000)
5 THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO ABC 684,000 (166,000 214,000 135,000 84,000 85,000)
6 ABC NEWS SUNDAY ABC 624,000 (182,000 199,000 97,000 68,000 77,000)
7 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 12: MELBOURNE STARS VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES – SESSION 1 Ten 605,000 (104,000 266,000 83,000 62,000 90,000)
8 60 MINUTES -SUMMER Nine 559,000 (191,000 172,000 89,000 50,000 58,000)
9 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 13: PERTH VS SYDNEY THUNDER – SESSION 2 Ten 481,000 (66,000 121,000 47,000 53,000 194,000)
10 MIDSOMER MURDERS RPT ABC 466,000 (121,000 153,000 87,000 63,000 42,000)
11 NINE NEWS: FIRST AT FIVE SUNDAY Nine 445,000 (127,000 157,000 78,000 22,000 60,000)
12 INSIDE STORY Nine 434,000 (164,000 115,000 78,000 31,000 46,000)
13 BORDER SECURITY: AMERICA'S FRONT LINE Seven 387,000 (120,000 110,000 133,000 A not shown 24,000)
14 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SUN Ten 387,000 (101,000 176,000 39,000 37,000 35,000)
15 WORLD'S MOST EXTREME Seven 349,000 (128,000 128,000 12,000 49,000 31,000)
16 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 13 – POST-GAME Ten 322,000 (33,000 68,000 23,000 28,000 170,000)
17 WEEKEND TODAY – SUNDAY – LATE Nine 316,000 (115,000 68,000 75,000 20,000 38,000)
18 MOVIE: HOSTAGE -RPT Nine 296,000 (88,000 99,000 38,000 30,000 41,000)
19 WEEKEND SUNRISE- SUN Seven 281,000 (56,000 81,000 79,000 20,000 46,000)
20 TENNIS: HOPMAN CUP 2017-NIGHT Seven 276,000 (52,000 85,000 64,000 24,000 51,000)
21 WEEKEND TODAY - SUNDAY Nine 268,000 (98,000 49,000 75,000 15,000 31,000)
CRICKET: WOMEN'S BIG BASH LEAGUE: MELBOURNE STARS VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES - SESSION 2 Ten 223,000
CRICKET: WOMEN'S BIG BASH LEAGUE: MELBOURNE STARS VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES - SESSION 1 Ten 151,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
Note: revised figures for the BBL:
Stars v Renegades session 1: 608,000
Stars v Renegades session 2: 868,000
Scorchers v Thunder session 1: 686,000
Scorchers v Thunder session 2: 449,000
Scorchers v Thunder post game: 179,000
 
Ten had the honour of winning the first night of 2017, led by the BBL doubleheader. It attracted a big audience in Perth for the Scorchers' win over the Thunder.
Seven had a shocking night, coming fourth in primary shares, with the Hopman Cup beaten by the BBL and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

03 Jan 2017, 21:09

Ratings for Monday, January 2 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 19.9%
Ten 14.8%
Seven 14.0%
ABC 10.5%
SBS 6.8%
One 5.6%
7TWO 3.6%
Eleven 3.5%
ABC2 3.1%
7mate 3.0%
9GO! 2.9%
7Flix 2.8%
9Gem 2.3%
9Life 2.3%
Food 1.5%
ABC News 24 1.2%
Viceland 1.2%
ABC Me 0.9%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 985,000 (323,000 317,000 207,000 72,000 66,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 973,000 (228,000 310,000 198,000 92,000 146,000)
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 959,000 (311,000 323,000 188,000 75,000 62,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS Seven 941,000 (207,000 295,000 189,000 107,000 144,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 811,000 (285,000 245,000 143,000 69,000 70,000)
6 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 14: HOBART VS ADELAIDE – SESSION 2 Ten 734,000 (166,000 252,000 118,000 115,000 83,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 724,000 (225,000 233,000 103,000 66,000 96,000)
8 RBT -RPT Nine 659,000 (213,000 181,000 131,000 60,000 74,000)
9 BACK ROADS S2 ABC 647,000 (161,000 208,000 97,000 77,000 105,000)
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 14: HOBART VS ADELAIDE – SESSION 1 Ten 633,000 (146,000 231,000 84,000 106,000 66,000)
11 7.30 SUMMER ABC 622,000 (191,000 203,000 84,000 59,000 85,000)
12 HOT SEAT Nine 513,000 (155,000 168,000 125,000 34,000 30,000)
13 HIGHWAY COPS Seven 504,000 (116,000 174,000 113,000 48,000 53,000)
14 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 476,000 (119,000 137,000 101,000 53,000 66,000)
15 MOVIE: THE FUGITIVE -RPT Nine 417,000 (127,000 127,000 68,000 43,000 52,000)
16 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 373,000 (87,000 123,000 64,000 46,000 54,000)
17 NINE'S AFTERNOON NEWS Nine 339,000 (104,000 103,000 70,000 31,000 32,000)
18 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 14 – POST-GAME Ten 311,000 (58,000 114,000 63,000 28,000 49,000)
19 THE QUEEN'S MOTHER IN LAW RPT SBS 305,000 (102,000 75,000 44,000 48,000 36,000)
20 FOUR CORNERS RPT ABC 304,000 (88,000 99,000 53,000 35,000 29,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for BBL
Session 1: 636,000
Session 2: 754,000
Post game: 351,000
 
BBL did well for Ten, but Nine won the night thanks to news, ACA and RBT, plus poor ratings for tennis on Seven's channels.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

04 Jan 2017, 21:08

Ratings for Tuesday, January 3 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 20.1%
Ten 16.0%
Seven 15.2%
ABC 10.1%
SBS 6.3%
One 5.2%
7mate 3.7%
9GO! 3.2%
ABC2 3.0%
7TWO 2.9%
9Gem 2.8%
7Flix 2.6%
Eleven 2.6%
9Life 2.3%
ABC News 24 1.3%
Food 1.1%
ABC Me 0.8%
Viceland 0.8%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 1,088,000 (323,000 415,000 199,000 89,000 62,000)
2 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 1,050,000 (320,000 406,000 166,000 92,000 67,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,045,000 (265,000 299,000 207,000 107,000 167,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 1,024,000 (255,000 313,000 221,000 99,000 136,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 892,000 (287,000 322,000 128,000 68,000 88,000)
6 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 3 Nine 883,000 (229,000 307,000 173,000 72,000 102,000)
7 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 15: BRISBANE VS SYDNEY SIXERS – SESSION 2 Ten 786,000 (189,000 233,000 180,000 86,000 98,000)
8 ABC NEWS ABC 732,000 (203,000 220,000 121,000 83,000 105,000)
9 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 2 Nine 694,000 (186,000 221,000 142,000 65,000 81,000)
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 15: BRISBANE VS SYDNEY SIXERS – SESSION 1 Ten 632,000 (158,000 190,000 153,000 69,000 62,000)
11 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Nine 615,000 (194,000 201,000 95,000 56,000 68,000)
12 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2 Nine 593,000 (177,000 183,000 89,000 70,000 74,000)
13 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 1 Nine 565,000 (155,000 190,000 111,000 40,000 68,000)
14 THE CRICKET SHOW Nine 558,000 (161,000 200,000 97,000 45,000 55,000)
15 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 15 – POST-GAME Ten 537,000 (122,000 172,000 107,000 55,000 80,000)
16 7.30 SUMMER ABC 529,000 (154,000 158,000 82,000 52,000 81,000)
17 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 515,000 (131,000 145,000 118,000 55,000 66,000)
18 MOVIE: MISS CONGENIALITY -RPT Nine 495,000 (165,000 161,000 70,000 49,000 50,000)
19 HIGHWAY COPS Seven 460,000 (132,000 174,000 130,000 A not shown 24,000)
20 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 428,000 (90,000 76,000 131,000 49,000 81,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note:
Revised figures for test cricket:
session 1: 565,000, session 2: 689,000, session 3: 914,000
Revised figures for BBL:
session 1: 632,000, session 2: 794,000, post game: 350,000

A big audience tuned in to the SCG test where David Warner became the fifth Australian batsman to score a century in the opening morning session.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

05 Jan 2017, 23:32

Ratings for Wednesday, January 4 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 18.1%
Seven 17.0%
Ten 16.6%
ABC 9.6%
One 5.3%
SBS 5.2%
9Gem 3.9%
9GO! 3.6%
7Flix 3.1%
7TWO 3.0%
Eleven 2.9%
ABC2 2.5%
7mate 2.2%
9Life 2.2%
ABC News 24 1.4%
Food 1.4%
ABC Me 1.0%
Viceland 0.8%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 1,057,000 (288,000 419,000 206,000 74,000 70,000)
2 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 1,017,000 (267,000 392,000 210,000 79,000 69,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS Seven 961,000 (225,000 297,000 170,000 108,000 161,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 922,000 (222,000 296,000 169,000 93,000 141,000)
5 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 3 Nine 831,000 (208,000 326,000 124,000 76,000 96,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 817,000 (274,000 249,000 156,000 56,000 81,000)
7 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 16 – POST-GAME Ten 805,000 (168,000 309,000 118,000 80,000 130,000)
8 ABC NEWS ABC 741,000 (214,000 232,000 106,000 73,000 117,000)
9 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 2 Nine 739,000 (198,000 260,000 129,000 66,000 86,000)
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 16: SYDNEY THUNDER VS MELBOURNE STARS – SESSION 2 Ten 723,000 (170,000 270,000 124,000 68,000 91,000)
11 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 16: SYDNEY THUNDER VS MELBOURNE STARS – SESSION 1 Ten 613,000 (174,000 224,000 93,000 62,000 59,000)
12 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 1 Nine 572,000 (155,000 190,000 97,000 56,000 73,000)
13 RBT -RPT Nine 563,000 (178,000 162,000 106,000 39,000 78,000)
14 7.30 SUMMER ABC 551,000 (177,000 165,000 90,000 49,000 71,000)
15 HIGHWAY COPS Seven 545,000 (125,000 205,000 97,000 53,000 65,000)
16 THE CRICKET SHOW Nine 521,000 (145,000 177,000 100,000 45,000 55,000)
17 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 495,000 (128,000 147,000 85,000 61,000 73,000)
18 HIGHWAY PATROL RPT Seven 476,000 (141,000 210,000 16,000 55,000 54,000)
19 20 TO ONE -RPT Nine 458,000 (135,000 125,000 68,000 39,000 89,000)
20 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 438,000 (97,000 113,000 99,000 48,000 81,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for test cricket:
session 1: 572,000, session 2: 737,000, session 3: 849,000
revised figures for BBL:
session 1: 618,000, session 2: 756,000
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

06 Jan 2017, 23:12

Ratings for Thursday, January 5 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 19.4%
Ten 15.8%
Seven 15.2%
ABC 11.0%
One 5.4%
SBS 4.0%
Eleven 3.9%
7TWO 3.5%
7mate 3.1%
7Flix 3.1%
ABC2 3.0%
9GO! 3.0%
9Gem 2.6%
9Life 2.1%
ABC News 24 1.5%
Food 1.1%
ABC Me 0.9%
Viceland 0.9%
NITV 0.4%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,060,000 (271,000 315,000 192,000 136,000 147,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 1,021,000 (268,000 323,000 196,000 108,000 127,000)
3 NINE NEWS Nine 974,000 (265,000 372,000 177,000 108,000 52,000)
4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 972,000 (271,000 377,000 171,000 94,000 59,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 873,000 (288,000 297,000 130,000 75,000 83,000)
6 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 17: PERTH VS BRISBANE – SESSION 2 Ten 838,000 (181,000 245,000 211,000 101,000 101,000)
7 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 3 Nine 742,000 (194,000 281,000 114,000 88,000 65,000)
8 ABC NEWS ABC 691,000 (198,000 191,000 116,000 85,000 100,000)
9 GREAT GETAWAYS Nine 639,000 (214,000 202,000 84,000 66,000 73,000)
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 17: PERTH VS BRISBANE – SESSION 1 Ten 569,000 (127,000 203,000 102,000 58,000 80,000)
11 HIGHWAY COPS Seven 536,000 (148,000 179,000 120,000 50,000 39,000)
12 7.30 SUMMER ABC 536,000 (171,000 134,000 100,000 64,000 68,000)
13 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 495,000 (134,000 122,000 104,000 60,000 74,000)
14 WOULD I LIE TO YOU? ABC 443,000 (134,000 123,000 64,000 59,000 62,000)
15 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 405,000 (99,000 117,000 82,000 53,000 55,000)
16 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 2 Nine 404,000 (109,000 150,000 55,000 46,000 43,000)
17 RESTORATION MAN ABC 372,000 (100,000 116,000 58,000 38,000 61,000)
18 MOVIE: FOUR WEDDINGS & A FUNERAL -RPT Nine 347,000 (93,000 126,000 52,000 47,000 30,000)
19 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 17 – POST-GAME Ten 316,000 (70,000 102,000 70,000 26,000 47,000)
20 RESTORATION AUSTRALIA RPT ABC 307,000 (83,000 110,000 44,000 28,000 42,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for test cricket:
session 1: no play, session 2: 612,000, session 3: 860,000
revised figures for BBL:
session 1: 572,000, session 2: 906,000, post game: 518,000
 
Nine won the night on the back of solid figures for news hour, ACA and Great Getaways.
Ten's primary share fell despite a big jump in ratings in BBL from first session to second session.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

07 Jan 2017, 15:15

Ratings for Friday, January 6 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 19.0%
Ten 15.0%
Seven 14.9%
ABC 11.7%
9GO! 5.1%
Eleven 4.2%
7TWO 4.0%
SBS 3.9%
One 3.6%
7mate 3.5%
ABC2 3.3%
9Life 3.2%
7flix 2.0%
9Gem 1.8%
ABC News 24 1.3%
SBS VICELAND 1.1%
ABC ME 1.0%
Food 1.0%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,097,000 (272,000 370,000 176,000 130,000 148,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 1,001,000 (283,000 395,000 164,000 94,000 66,000)
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 981,000 (314,000 354,000 158,000 86,000 70,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 954,000 (236,000 334,000 164,000 97,000 123,000)
5 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 3 Nine 873,000 (211,000 349,000 143,000 112,000 59,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 806,000 (267,000 265,000 125,000 66,000 82,000)
7 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 18: ADELAIDE VS HOBART - SESSION 2 Ten 750,000 (127,000 282,000 134,000 130,000 77,000)
8 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 2 Nine 660,000 (174,000 254,000 98,000 89,000 45,000)
9 ABC NEWS ABC 616,000 (193,000 181,000 102,000 59,000 80,000)
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 18: ADELAIDE VS HOBART - SESSION 1 Ten 512,000 (93,000 209,000 90,000 75,000 45,000)
11 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 481,000 (123,000 141,000 94,000 57,000 66,000)
12 STOP, SEARCH, SEIZE Nine 479,000 (154,000 165,000 94,000 A not shown 67,000)
13 7.30 SUMMER ABC 459,000 (145,000 126,000 90,000 42,000 56,000)
14 VERA RPT ABC 457,000 (147,000 118,000 102,000 38,000 52,000)
15 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS SUMMER Seven 441,000 (130,000 144,000 97,000 53,000 17,000)
16 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 418,000 (93,000 113,000 87,000 53,000 72,000)
17 A TASTE OF LANDLINE ABC 392,000 (135,000 95,000 76,000 34,000 53,000)
18 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 18 - POST-GAME Ten 392,000 (64,000 137,000 88,000 65,000 38,000)
19 MOVIE: LETHAL WEAPON -RPT Nine 370,000 (113,000 129,000 46,000 38,000 44,000)
20 THE CRICKET SHOW Nine 354,000 (90,000 142,000 58,000 37,000 27,000)
A-LEAGUE LIVE: MELBOURNE CITY VS WESTERN SYDNEY SBS Viceland 54,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for test cricket:
session 2: 682,000, session 3: 927,000
revised figures for BBL
session 1: 511,000, session 2: 737,000
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

09 Jan 2017, 23:29

Ratings for Saturday, January 7 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Ten 18.3%
Nine 14.3%
Seven 13.3%
ABC 12.9%
Eleven 5.6%
9Life 4.6%
SBS 4.6%
9GO! 4.4%
ABC2 4.1%
One 3.0%
7mate 2.7%
9Gem 2.5%
7TWO 2.4%
7Flix 2.3%
ABC News 24 1.4%
Viceland 1.4%
Food 1.3%
ABC Me 0.8%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 2 Nine 941,000 (215,000 353,000 155,000 117,000 101,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS – SAT Seven 815,000 (170,000 268,000 164,000 104,000 110,000)
3 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 19: MELBOURNE RENEGADES VS MELBOURNE STARS – SESSION 2 Ten 763,000 (147,000 340,000 121,000 79,000 76,000)
4 NINE NEWS SATURDAY Nine 731,000 (188,000 281,000 120,000 87,000 55,000)
5 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 1 Nine 707,000 (174,000 267,000 110,000 87,000 69,000)
6 ABC NEWS-SAT ABC 690,000 (193,000 216,000 103,000 80,000 99,000)
7 THE CRICKET SHOW Nine 641,000 (150,000 236,000 107,000 80,000 67,000)
8 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 19: MELBOURNE RENEGADES VS MELBOURNE STARS – SESSION 1 Ten 622,000 (136,000 284,000 76,000 61,000 65,000)
9 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 19 – POST-GAME Ten 616,000 (91,000 271,000 113,000 71,000 70,000)
10 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 3 Nine 375,000 (84,000 135,000 63,000 51,000 43,000)
11 GRANTCHESTER RPT ABC 375,000 (126,000 99,000 69,000 33,000 48,000)
12 MOVIE: MARLEY & ME -RPT Nine 342,000 (73,000  98,000 63,000 53,000 56,000)
13 DOCTOR THORNE RPT ABC 336,000 (113,000 93,000 49,000 34,000 47,000)
14 WEEKEND SUNRISE – SAT Seven 311,000 (74,000 87,000 75,000 33,000 42,000)
15 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SAT Ten 296,000 (75,000  96,000 68,000 44,000 12,000)
16 CRICKET: THIRD TEST – AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN PRE MATCH Nine 294,000 (86,000 85,000 67,000 33,000 24,000)
17 INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY RPT ABC 289,000 (90,000 83,000 50,000 37,000 29,000)
18 WEEKEND SUNRISE – SAT – LATE Seven 286,000 (82,000 60,000 59,000 34,000 51,000)
19 BORDER SECURITY RPT Seven 271,000 (S 95,000 M 136,000 A 40,000)
20 WEEKEND TODAY – SATURDAY – LATE Nine 262,000 (94,000 61,000 75,000 26,000 7,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au

Note: revised figures for BBL:
session 1: 625,000, session 2: 784,000, post game: 380,000
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

09 Jan 2017, 23:31

Ratings for the week ending January 7 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 18.1%
Ten 17.1%
Seven 14.6%
ABC 11.3%
SBS 5.3%
One 4.5%
Eleven 3.7%
9GO! 3.6%
ABC2 3.1%
7TWO 3.0%
7mate 3.0%
9Life 2.9%
9Gem 2.8%
7Flix 2.4%
ABC News 24 1.3%
Food 1.2%
SBS Viceland 1.0%
ABC Me 0.9%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs - revised overnight figures:
Rank Description Total Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Adelaide Perth
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,021,000 248,000 315,000 187,000 117,000 153,000
2 NINE NEWS Nine 1,019,000 302,000 377,000 190,000 86,000 63,000
3 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 979,000 242,000 315,000 190,000 98,000 135,000
4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 970,000 295,000 347,000 179,000 84,000 65,000
5 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Nine 894,000 295,000 307,000 141,000 81,000 71,000
6 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 12: MELBOURNE STARS VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES - SESSION 2 Ten 868,000 162,000 330,000 138,000 105,000 133,000
7 SEVEN NEWS - SAT Seven 815,000 170,000 268,000 164,000 104,000 110,000
8 SEVEN NEWS - SUN Seven 810,000 172,000 246,000 204,000 81,000 106,000
9 CRICKET: THIRD TEST - AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN POST MATCH Nine 807,000 240,000 310,000 127,000 60,000 70,000
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 17: PERTH VS BRISBANE - SESSION 2 Ten 796,000 197,000 265,000 228,000 107,000 P aired on One
11 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 790,000 262,000 250,000 135,000 63,000 80,000
12 CRICKET: THIRD TEST - AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 3 Nine 763,000 192,000 288,000 127,000 83,000 73,000
13 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 19: MELBOURNE RENEGADES VS MELBOURNE STARS - SESSION 2 Ten 763,000 147,000 340,000 121,000 79,000 76,000
14 NINE NEWS SATURDAY Nine 731,000 188,000 281,000 120,000 87,000 55,000
15 CRICKET: THIRD TEST - AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 2 Nine 728,000 183,000 264,000 123,000 81,000 75,000
16 ABC NEWS ABC 701,000 207,000 211,000 110,000 73,000 100,000
17 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 15: BRISBANE VS SYDNEY SIXERS - SESSION 2 Ten 694,000 188,000 238,000 182,000 87,000 P aired on One
18 ABC NEWS-SAT ABC 690,000 193,000 216,000 103,000 80,000 99,000
19 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 13: PERTH VS SYDNEY THUNDER - SESSION 1 Ten 688,000 112,000 209,000 97,000 87,000 183,000
20 THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO ABC 684,000 166,000 214,000 135,000 84,000 85,000
21 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 18: ADELAIDE VS HOBART - SESSION 2 Ten 673,000 127,000 282,000 134,000 130,000 P aired on One
22 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 14: HOBART VS ADELAIDE - SESSION 2 Ten 669,000 169,000 261,000 120,000 119,000 P aired on One
23 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 16: SYDNEY THUNDER VS MELBOURNE STARS - SESSION 2 Ten 650,000 168,000 287,000 124,000 72,000 P aired on One
24 BACK ROADS S2 ABC 643,000 159,000 207,000 96,000 76,000 105,000
25 ABC NEWS SUNDAY ABC 624,000 182,000 199,000 97,000 68,000 77,000
26 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 19: MELBOURNE RENEGADES VS MELBOURNE STARS - SESSION 1 Ten 622,000 136,000 284,000 76,000 61,000 65,000
27 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 19 - POST-GAME Ten 616,000 91,000 271,000 113,000 71,000 70,000
28 RBT -RPT Nine 608,000 191,000 171,000 118,000 50,000 79,000
29 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 12: MELBOURNE STARS VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES - SESSION 1 Ten 608,000 104,000 266,000 83,000 63,000 91,000
30 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2 Nine 596,000 177,000 190,000 86,000 71,000 72,000
31 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Nine 582,000 181,000 184,000 92,000 57,000 68,000
32 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 15: BRISBANE VS SYDNEY SIXERS - SESSION 1 Ten 570,000 158,000 190,000 153,000 69,000 P aired on One
33 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 14: HOBART VS ADELAIDE - SESSION 1 Ten 569,000 148,000 231,000 85,000 107,000 P aired on One
34 60 MINUTES -SUMMER Nine 559,000 191,000 172,000 89,000 50,000 58,000
35 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 16: SYDNEY THUNDER VS MELBOURNE STARS - SESSION 1 Ten 558,000 175,000 225,000 96,000 63,000 P aired on One
36 7.30 SUMMER ABC 540,000 168,000 157,000 89,000 53,000 72,000
37 HOT SEAT Nine 531,000 162,000 174,000 132,000 34,000 31,000
38 CRICKET: THIRD TEST - AUSTRALIA VS PAKISTAN SESSION 1 Nine 525,000 134,000 188,000 93,000 53,000 57,000
39 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS SUMMER Seven 494,000 130,000 214,000 97,000 53,000 P not shown
40 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 17: PERTH VS BRISBANE - SESSION 1 Ten 492,000 128,000 203,000 103,000 58,000 P aired on One
41 MOVIE: MISS CONGENIALITY -RPT Nine 483,000 162,000 157,000 69,000 47,000 49,000
42 HIGHWAY COPS Seven 480,000 126,000 176,000 115,000 50,000 13,000
43 STOP SEARCH SEIZE Nine 479,000 154,000 165,000 94,000 A not shown 67,000
44 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 471,000 120,000 136,000 93,000 56,000 67,000
45 THE CRICKET SHOW Nine 468,000 127,000 168,000 81,000 46,000 47,000
46 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 18 - SESSION 1 Ten 467,000 93,000 209,000 90,000 75,000 P aired on One
47 MIDSOMER MURDERS RPT ABC 466,000 121,000 153,000 87,000 63,000 42,000
48 VERA RPT ABC 457,000 147,000 118,000 102,000 38,000 52,000
49 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 17 - POST-GAME Ten 455,000 110,000 158,000 126,000 61,000 P aired on One
50 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 13 - SESSION 2 Ten 449,000 54,000 110,000 40,000 46,000 200,000
(OzTAM mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Nine won the first week of 2017 in total people however live BBL helped Ten winning in 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 demographics.
Nine won in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Ten claimed Adelaide and Seven won in Perth.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2017

09 Jan 2017, 23:35

Ratings for Sunday, January 8 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Nine 17.0%
Ten 16.4%
Seven 15.6%
ABC 11.8%
SBS 6.5%
7TWO 4.8%
9Life 4.1%
One 3.6%
Eleven 3.3%
9Gem 3.0%
ABC2 2.8%
9GO! 2.4%
7Flix 2.0%
7mate 1.9%
ABC News 24 1.5%
Food 1.5%
ABC Me 1.0%
Viceland 0.7%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs - overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Nine 930,000 (271,000 347,000 142,000 88,000 81,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS – SUN Seven 893,000 (178,000 300,000 191,000 95,000 129,000)
3 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 20: HOBART VS SYDNEY THUNDER – SESSION 2 Ten 785,000 (205,000 289,000 113,000 92,000 86,000)
4 ABC NEWS SUNDAY ABC 709,000 (222,000 205,000 94,000 77,000 112,000)
5 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 20: HOBART VS SYDNEY THUNDER – SESSION 1 Ten 663,000 (171,000 249,000 99,000 73,000 70,000)
6 GRAND DESIGNS: LIVING IN THE CITY ABC 624,000 (174,000 205,000 82,000 72,000 92,000)
7 60 MINUTES -SUMMER Nine 623,000 (184,000 197,000 128,000 57,000 58,000)
8 GOLD COAST MEDICAL Seven 548,000 (123,000 154,000 147,000 46,000 79,000)
9 MIDSOMER MURDERS RPT ABC 503,000 (144,000 160,000 90,000 61,000 48,000)
10 BORDER SECURITY: AMERICA'S FRONT LINE Seven 443,000 (120,000 110,000 99,000 44,000 71,000)
11 INSIDE STORY Nine 429,000 (133,000 116,000 85,000 41,000 55,000)
12 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SUN Ten 367,000 (100,000 105,000 101,000 26,000 36,000)
13 MOVIE: DOUBLE JEOPARDY -RPT Nine 367,000 (115,000 118,000 50,000 50,000 33,000)
14 MOVIE: THE BONE COLLECTOR RPT Seven 329,000 (85,000 88,000 60,000 40,000 55,000)
15 BORDER SECURITY – AUSTRALIA'S FRONT LINE RPT Seven 312,000 (88,000 119,000 B not shown 50,000 55,000)
16 WEEKEND TODAY – SUNDAY Nine 294,000 (108,000 66,000 74,000 19,000 27,000)
17 SEVEN NEWS AT 5 Seven 290,000 (67,000 107,000 33,000 44,000 39,000)
18 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 20 – POST-GAME Ten 285,000 (60,000 102,000 50,000 35,000 39,000)
19 WEEKEND SUNRISE – SUN Seven 281,000 (73,000 81,000 58,000 24,000 45,000)
20 WEEKEND TODAY – SUNDAY – LATE Nine 272,000 (83,000 85,000 54,000 21,000 28,000)
TENNIS: BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL 2017 – NIGHT 7TWO 218,000 (51,000 74,000 53,000 20,000 20,000)
CRICKET: REBEL WOMEN'S BIG BASH LEAGUE: HOBART VS BRISBANE - SESSION 2 Ten 183,000
CRICKET: REBEL WOMEN'S BIG BASH LEAGUE: HOBART VS BRISBANE - SESSION 1 Ten 124,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Nine won the night despite solid ratings for BBL on Ten. After its coverage of Hopman Cup struggled all week, Seven finally enjoyed some success with the final of Brisbane International topping multichannels.
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