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Australian free-to-air TV thread 2018

22 Jan 2018, 22:46

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 2018.
This year we finally get to see Delta portraying Olivia Newton-John on the Channel Seven mini-series, plus her defending the title as winning coach on The Voice. Apart that, this year will be dominated by live sport (Winter Olympic Games in South Korea and Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast) as well as reality shows, with the debut of Bachelor in Paradise and Australian Spartan.
I will update the programming on this post as the year progresses :)

2018 programming guide (January to June)
JANUARY
:: 1 ::
2017 Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
(military pageant special) NEW (8.30pm, Monday, ABC)

:: 7 ::
The Ghan
(slow TV event showing highlights of train trip from Adelaide to Darwin) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 8 ::
Neighbours
(new season) (6.30pm, weeknights, Eleven)

:: 9 ::
The Amazing Race (Season 30)
FASTTRACKED (new night) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, 7flix, from 30/1 10.40pm, Tuesdays, 7flix)

:: 11 ::
The Girlfriend Experience (Season 1)
(US anthology series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (9.25pm, Thursdays, SBS Viceland)

:: 13 ::
Mars (Season 1)
(National Geographic sci-fi docu-drama series) (free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Saturdays, SBS)

:: 14 ::
The Ghan (extended edition)
(2.40pm to 8.30pm, Sunday, SBS Viceland)
Secrets of Tutankhamun's Secrets (3-part Egyptian archaeological series) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays, SBS)

:: 15 ::
Supernatural (Season 13)
(8.30pm, Mondays, Eleven)

:: 16 ::
The League of Gentlemen
(3-part BBC special celebrating the show's 20th anniversary) NEW (10pm, ABC Comedy)

:: 22 ::
American Ninja Warrior (Season 9)
(7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, 9GO!)

:: 25 ::
Australian of the Year 2018 (awards special) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, ABC LIVE - NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only; also 7.30pm AEDT, Thursday, ABC News LIVE)
Donald Trump's First Year (documentary on Trump's first 12 months as US President) NEW (7.40pm, Thursday, SBS Viceland)

:: 26 ::
Australia Day Concert Sydney 2018
(concert special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (7.30pm, Friday, Channel Ten)

:: 27 ::
Living the Dream
(5 part travel / reality series) NEW (3.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Nine)
Dream Job (SEEK job series) NEW (4.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Nine)

:: 28 ::
Women's Footy (Season 2)
(10.30am, Sundays, Channel Nine - VIC/TAS/SA only; 10.30am, Sundays from 4/2, Channel Nine - WA only)
2018 Golden Guitar Awards highlights (country music awards special) NEW (12.30pm, Sunday, ABC)
The New Legends of Monkey (ABC/Netflix/TVNZ series inspired by Journey to the West) NEW (6pm, daily, ABC ME)
I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! (Season 4) (7.30pm, Sundays to Wednesdays and 7.30pm, Thursdays from 8/2, Channel Ten)
SEAL Team (Season 1) (CBS military action drama starring David Boreanaz) NEW (9pm, Sundays, Channel Ten; from 11/2 10pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 29 ::
60th Annual Grammy Awards
(music awards special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (11.30pm, Monday, Channel Seven; replayed 10pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
The Chase Australia (new season) (5pm, weekdays, Channel Seven)
Home and Away (new season) (7pm, Mondays to Thursdays, Channel Seven)
My Kitchen Rules (season 9) (7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Seven; also 7pm, Sundays from 4/2)
Married at First Sight (season 5) (7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Nine; also 7pm, Sundays from 4/2 and 7.30pm, Thursdays 1/2 and 8/2, Channel Nine)
The Good Doctor (new episodes, beginning season 1, episode 11) FASTTRACKED (9pm, Mondays and Tuesday, Channel Seven; from 6/2 9pm, Tuesdays except 13/2 and 20/2, Channel Seven; season finale: 9pm, Monday 16/4, Channel Seven)
Law & Order: SVU (new episodes, beginning season 19, episode 7) (new night) (9pm, Mondays, Channel Ten; from 19/4 8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Matter of Fact with Stan Grant (current affairs series) NEW (9pm AEDT, weeknights, ABC News)
Travel Guides (Season 2) (new night) (9pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
ABC Late News with Jeremy Fernandez NEW (10.30pm approx, weeknights, ABC - except WA)
ABC Late News with Briana Shepherd NEW (10.30pm approx, weeknights, ABC - WA only)

:: 30 ::
The Checkout (Season 6)
(new night) (8pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Hughesy, We Have a Problem (panel problem saving show) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)
Catalyst (new season) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
One Night with My Ex (Season 2) (9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine; from 13/2 10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Surviving School: My Year 7 Life (ABC documentary series on Year 7 students) NEW (9.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Grey's Anatomy (Season 14) (10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 31 ::
World's Greatest Bridges (Series 1)
(Channel 5 documentary hosted by Rob Bell) NEW (7.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell (Season 8) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Simon Reeve in Russia (3-part BBC documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
300 Years of French & Saunders (special on 30 years of working relationship between Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders) NEW (9pm, Wednesday, ABC)
Adam Hills: The Last Leg (Series 13) FASTTRACKED (10pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

FEBRUARY
:: 1 ::
Knightfall
(10-part US historical fiction drama on Knights Templar) NEW (8.35pm, Thursdays, SBS)
Talking Married (discussion show on Married at First Sight) NEW (9pm, Thursdays, 9Life)

:: 2 ::
Upstart Crow (Season 1)
(UK comedy series, a fictional account of the Shakespeare’s early career) NEW (9pm, Fridays, ABC Comedy)

:: 3 ::
Death in Paradise (Season 6)
(free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 4 ::
Insiders
(new season) (9am, Sundays, ABC; 9am AEDT/AEST, Sundays, ABC News)
Offsiders (new season) (10am, Sundays, ABC)
Landline (new season) (12.30pm, Sundays, ABC)
The Coronation (BBC documentary on the Crown Jewels and the 1952 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)
Shetland (Series 2) (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 5 ::
Think Tank
(quiz show hosted by Paul McDermott) NEW (6pm, weeknights, ABC)
Australian Story (new season) (8pm, Mondays, ABC)
Four Corners (new season) (8.30pm, Mondays, ABC)
Media Watch (new season) (9.15pm, Mondays, ABC)
Q&A (new season) (9.35pm, Mondays, ABC)

:: 6 ::
No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids Go Gender Free?
(BBC documentary series) NEW (premiere: 9.30pm, Tuesday, ABC; from 13/2 9.20pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
Squinters
(6-part ABC comedy series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Madam Secretary (new episodes, beginning season 4, episode 8) (10pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 8 ::
Sammy J
(news satire shorts) (6.55pm, Thursdays, ABC)
Googlebox Australia (Season 8) (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
The Living Room (Season 7)
(7.30pm, Fridays, Channel Ten)
XXIII Olympic Winter Games: Pyeongchang 2018: Opening Ceremony (one off special) NEW LIVE (10pm AEDT, Friday, Channel Seven)

:: 11 ::
Hawke: The Larrikin and The Leader
(2-part documentary on former Prime Minister Bob Hawke) NEW (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
The Underbelly Files: Chopper (2-part mini-series on life of underworld figure Mark "Chopper" Read) NEW (8.40pm, Sunday and 9pm, Monday, Channel Nine)
Celebrity Big Brother US (celebrity reality competition series) NEW FASTTRACKED (premiere: 8.30pm, Sunday, 9GO!, continues 9.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays and 8.30pm, Thursdays, 9GO!)

:: 12 ::
2018 Allan Border Medal
(cricket awards special) NEW LIVE (7.30pm, Monday, 9Gem)
Chopper: In His Own Words (documentary narrated by Peter Overton) NEW (10.30pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)

:: 13 ::
Insight
(new season) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
Date Night (reality online dating show) NEW (9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Dateline (new season) (9.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)

:: 14 ::
This is Us (Season 2)
(8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 15 ::
Would I Lie to You? (Series 11)
(10pm, Thursdays, ABC)
Q&A special: #MeToo NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (9.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 17 ::
Kids' WB (new season)
(7am, Saturdays, 9GO!)
Getaway (Season 27) (5.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Nine)
Blue Planet II (BBC nature documentary series narrated by David Attenborough) NEW (7pm, Saturdays, Channel Nine)

:: 18 ::
Scorpion (Season 4)
(6.30pm, Sundays, One)
60 Minutes (40th anniversary season) (8.30pm, Sundays, Channel Nine)

:: 19 ::
MacGyver
(repeats of classic episodes) (6.30pm, weeknights, One)
MacGyver (Season 2) (7.30pm, Mondays, One)
Fleabag (Season 1) (BBC comedy series) NEW (9.30pm, Mondays, ABC Comedy)

:: 21 ::
Hard Quiz (Season 3)
(8pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Muslims Like Us (2-part documentary series) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesday and Thursday, SBS)
20 to One (new season) (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Berlin Station (Season 2) (10.40pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 22 ::
Murdoch Mysteries (Season 9)
(8.30pm, Thursdays, 7TWO)

:: 24 ::
Meet the Parents: China
(dating competition series) NEW (7pm, Saturdays, SBS VICELAND)
CSI: NY (repeats, beginning Season 1, episode 1) (10pm, Saturdays, One)

:: 25 ::
Australian Spartan (Season 1)
(sports competition series) NEW (7pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
Grand Designs (Season 15) (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
Easter Island: The Truth Revealed (French documentary on the mystery of moai stone statues) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
Riot (telemovie looking at events that lead to 1978 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, ABC)
Law & Order: SVU (repeats, beginning Season 1, episode 1) (9.10pm, Sundays, 9Gem)
XXIII Olympic Winter Games: Pyeongchang 2018: Closing Ceremony (one off special) NEW LIVE (10pm AEDT, Sunday, 7mate WA and Channel Seven except WA; replay: 8.30pm, Sunday, Channel Seven - WA only and 12pm, Monday, Channel Seven)

:: 26 ::
The Resident
(US medical drama series) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)
The Blacklist (new episodes, beginning Season 5, episode 9) (11pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 27 ::
Hannah Gadsby's Naked Nudes
(2-part arts documentary) NEW (9.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
CSI: Miami (repeats, beginning Season 1, episode 1) (10.30pm, Tuesdays, One)

:: 28 ::
The Simpsons
(repeats, beginning Season 10, episode 1) (new network) (7.30pm, Wednesdays, 7mate)
Top Gear (Series 25) FASTTRACKED (new night and timeslot) (7.30pm, Wednesdays, 9GO!)
The Simpsons (Season 29) (new network, night and timeslot) (9pm, Wednesdays, 7mate)
Family Guy (new episodes, beginning Season 17, episode 8) (9.30pm, Wednesdays, 7mate)
American Dad (new episodes, beginning Season 14, episode 17) (10pm, Wednesdays, 7mate)

MARCH
:: 1 ::
Survivor (Season 36: Ghost Island)
FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Thursdays, 9GO!)
Unforgotten (Series 2) (9pm, Thursdays, ABC)
The Bridge (Season 4 and final season) (11.25pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 2 ::
Atlanta (Season 2)
FASTTRACKED (9.20pm, Fridays, SBS VICELAND)

:: 3 ::
Tasmania Votes
(Tasmanian state election special) NEW LIVE (6pm, Saturday, ABC - Tasmania only; 6pm AEDT, Saturday, ABC News 24)
Innocent (2-part ITV mini-series) NEW (8.30pm, Saturdays, ABC - except Tasmania; 11.30pm, Saturday 3/3 and 8.30pm, Saturday 10/3, ABC - Tasmania only)

:: 4 ::
Postcards
(new season) (5.30pm, Sundays, Channel Nine - VIC/TAS only; repeated 9.30am, Sundays, 12pm, Mondays and 11am, Saturdays, 9Life)
Howard's End (4-part BBC/Starz mini-series) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)
2018 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras (parade special) NEW DELAYED (8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
Sunday Night (Season 10) (8.45pm approx, Sundays, Channel Seven)
Blindspot (Season 3) (10.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)

:: 5 ::
90th Academy Awards
(awards special) NEW LIVE (12pm AEDT, Monday, Channel Nine)

:: 6 ::
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Season 5)
(7.30pm, Tuesdays, 7flix)
Ice Road Truckers (Season 8) (10.30pm, Tuesdays, 7mate)
Monster (7-part Norwegian crime drama series) NEW (11pm, Tuesdays, SBS)

:: 7 ::
Safe Harbour
(10-part SBS drama series) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
Manu's American Road Trip (2-part food/travel series hosted by Manu Feildel) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
The Good Fight (Season 2) (9.40pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 9 ::
Harrow
(10-part ABC medical mystery drama starring Ioan Gruffudd) NEW (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)
Silent Witness (Series 21) (9.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 10 ::
12th Paralympic Winter Games: Pyeongchang 2018
(highlights show) NEW (11am, daily, 7mate)

:: 12 ::
100% Footy
(rugby league panel discussion hosted by James Bracey) NEW (10pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - NSW/ACT/QLD/NT only)

:: 13 ::
Bondi Rescue (Season 13)
(7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten; also 8.30pm, Wednesdays from 21/3)

:: 15 ::
Luke Nguyen's Food Trail
(food/biographical series) NEW (8.05pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 17 ::
SA Votes (South Australian state election special) NEW LIVE (6pm, Saturday, ABC - SA only; 6.30pm AEDT, Saturday, ABC News)

:: 18 ::
All Star Family Feud (Season 3)
(7.30pm, Sunday and Monday, Channel Ten)
Weinstein: The Inside Story (BBC-PBS current affairs special on Harvey Weinstein) NEW (9.40pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)
Kids on the Edge (3-part UK documentary on teenage mental health) NEW (11.25pm, Sundays, SBS)

:: 19 ::
Footy Classified (new season) (10pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - VIC/TAS/SA/WA only)

:: 21 ::
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
(new episodes, beginning Season 5, episode 12) (8pm, Wednesdays, SBS VICELAND)
The Marngrook Footy Show (new season) (new night and timeslot) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, NITV)
Sando (6-part ABC comedy series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 22 ::
Show Me the Movie!
(movie game series hosted by Rove McManus) NEW (7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 25 ::
Bachelor in Paradise Australia (Season 1)
(dating competition series featuring past Bachelor and Bachelorette contestants) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays and Mondays, Channel Ten, also 7.30pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10/4)
2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala (comedy special) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, ABC and ABC Comedy)

:: 26 ::
Young Sheldon (Season 1)
(US comedy series, spin off of The Big Bang Theory) NEW (7.30pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Nine; from 2/5 7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
The Big Bang Theory (new episodes, beginning Season 11, episode 7) (8pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Nine; from 2/5 8pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine; from 21/5 8.45pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)

:: 27 ::
Jesus: Countdown to Calvary
(religious documentary hosted by Hugh Boneville) NEW (9.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)

APRIL
:: 1 ::
2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Allstars Supershow
(comedy special) NEW (8.30pm, Sunday, ABC and ABC Comedy)

:: 3 ::
Employable Me
(3-part documentary series on employment seekers with disabilities) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 4 ::
XXI Commonwealth Games: Gold Coast 2018 - opening ceremony
(sport special) NEW LIVE (7pm, Wednesday, Channel Seven)

:: 11 ::
The Graham Norton Show (Series 23)
FASTTRACKED (8.40pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 12 ::
Kiri
(4-part Channel 4 murder drama series) NEW (8pm, Thursdays, ABC)
Wentworth (Season 1) (prison drama reimagining of Prisoner) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.50pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 15 ::
XXI Commonwealth Games: Gold Coast 2018 - closing ceremony
(sport special) NEW LIVE (except SA/NT/WA) (8.15pm, Sunday, Channel Seven)

:: 16 ::
The Voice Australia (Season 7)
(7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 18 ::
Interview with Andrew Denton
(interview show) NEW (9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 19 ::
Back with the Ex
(relationship series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 20 ::
Kitty is Not a Cat
(Australian children's animated series, double episodes) NEW (7.30am, weekdays, 7TWO)

:: 23 ::
The Mentor
(small business mentoring series hosted by Mark Bouris) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 24 ::
General Monash and Me with Peter Greste
(2-part documentary series hosted by journalist Peter Greste) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 25 ::
The Queen's Birthday Party
(BBC concert celebrating Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday) NEW (9pm, Wednesday, Channel Nine)

:: 26 ::
The Handmaid's Tale (Season 2)
FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 30 ::
Sam Smith Live in London
(BBC music special) NEW (9pm, Monday, Channel Nine)
Roseanne (Season 10) NEW FASTTRACKED (9pm, Mondays, Channel Ten; from 13/5 9.10pm approx, Sundays, Channel Ten)

MAY
:: 1 ::
Diana to Meghan: Royal Wedding Secrets
(Channel 5 documentary) NEW FASTTRACKED (9pm, Tuesday, Channel Nine)

:: 2 ::
Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery (Season 6)
(8pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Britain's Got Talent (Season 12) FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Gruen (Season 4) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Modern Family (Season 9) (new network, night and timeslot) (premiere: 9pm, Wednesday, Channel Seven; from 9/5 8.45pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (Season 4) (9.10pm, Wednesdays, ABC; from 11/7 8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 3 ::
Joel Creasey: Fame Whore
(stand up comedy special) NEW (8.30pm, Thursday, Channel Ten)

:: 6 ::
Joanna and Jennifer: Absolute Champers
(BBC special celebrating 25 year friendship of Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 7 ::
House Rules (Season 6)
(7.30pm, Mondays to Thursdays and 7pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
MasterChef Australia (Season 10) (7.30pm, Sundays to Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Stan Walker: Fight of His Life (NZ documentary on singer's cancer battle) NEW (9.15pm, Monday, Channel Nine)

:: 9 ::
Eurovision Song Contest - Portugal 2018: semi final 1
(singing competition) NEW (5am AEST, Wednesday, SBS LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Wednesday, SBS)

:: 10 ::
Destination Flavour Eurovision
(food show with Eurovision theme, hosted by Adam Liaw) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, SBS)

:: 11 ::
Eurovision Song Contest - Portugal 2018: semi final 2
(singing competition) NEW (5am AEST, Friday, SBS LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Friday, SBS)

:: 12 ::
Ambulance (Series 2)
(7.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)
Royal Wives of Windsor (ITV documentary on how women transformed Britain's Windsor dynasty) NEW (7.30pm, Saturday, ABC)

:: 13 ::
Eurovision Song Contest - Portugal 2018: final
(singing competition) NEW (5am AEST, Sunday, SBS LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
Prince Harry's Story: Four Royal Weddings (ITV documentary charting growth of Prince Harry through past royal weddings) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)
Agatha Christie's Ordeal by Innocence (3-part BBC mini-series) NEW FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)
Olivia: Hopelessly Devoted to You (2-part biographical mini-series starring Delta Goodrem as Olivia Newton-John) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)

:: 14 ::
Have You Been Paying Attention? (Season 6)
(8.30pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)

:: 15 ::
Eat Well for Less?
(2-part lifestyle series hosted by Leila McKinnon) NEW (7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Brian Cox: The 21st Century Race for Space (space documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)
Shark Tank (Season 4) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)
Meghan Markle: The First 100 Days (Channel 5 documentary on Markle's journey towards her wedding to Prince Harry) NEW (9pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)

:: 16 ::
Instinct (Season 1)
(CBS detective drama series starring Alan Cumming) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 17 ::
Invitation to a Royal Wedding
(ITV documentary looking back at Britain's most iconic royal weddings) NEW (7.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)
Harry and Meghan: A Royal Romance (Lifetime telemovie on the romance of Prince Harry and Harry Meghan) NEW (9.30pm, Thursday, Channel Seven)

:: 18 ::
Endeavour (Series 4) (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 20 ::
The Queen's Green Planet
(BBC documentary narrated by David Attenborough) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 21 ::
Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation (Season 5)
(new network and night) (7.30pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
Man with a Plan (season 1 finale) (10.15pm, Monday, Channel Ten)

:: 22 ::
Stargazing Live (Season 2)
LIVE (8pm AEST, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC)
Back to Earth: Stargazing Live (Season 2) (follow up discussion to Stargazing Live) LIVE (except WA) (8.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC - SA and NT only; 9pm, Tuesday to Thursday, ABC - other states)
The Truth About... Obesity (BBC health documentary) NEW (9pm, Tuesday, Channel Nine)

:: 24 ::
Great British Railway Journeys (Series 9) (7.30pm, Thursday, SBS)

:: 27 ::
Attenborough and the Empire of the Ants (BBC documentary) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)
Elvis Presley: The Searcher (2-part HBO documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, SBS)

:: 28 ::
Man with a Plan (Season 2)
(9.45pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)

:: 29 ::
Back in Time for a Dinner (6-part social experiment series hosted by Annabel Crabb) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 31 ::
Grand Designs Australia (Season 1) NEW (FTA premiere) (8pm, Thursdays, ABC)

JUNE
:: 1 ::
The Tunnel (Season 3): Vengeance (final season of drama series) (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)


:: 3 ::
David Attenborough's Tasmania (Australian nature documentary narrated by David Attenborough) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)
Mystery Road - The Series (6-part drama series based on the movie) NEW (8.30pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 5 ::
Miriam's Big American Adventure (3-part BBC travel series hosted by Miriam Margoyles) NEW (9.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 6 ::
2018 Holden Rugby League State of Origin: Game 1 (sport special) NEW LIVE (5.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Nine - WA only; 6.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Nine and Imparja - NT only; 7pm, Wednesday, Channel Nine - NSW/ACT/VIC/QLD/TAS only; 7.30pm, Wednesday, Channel Nine - SA only)

:: 9 ::
Shakespeare & Hathaway (Series 1) (BBC comedy-drama series) NEW (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 10 ::
Grand Designs New Zealand (Season 3) (FTA premiere) (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
John McCain: Maverick (US political documentary) NEW (8.25pm, Sunday, SBS)
The Fourth Estate and Trump (US political documentary series) NEW (premiere: 9.25pm, Sunday, SBS; continues 9pm, Thursdays from 21/6, SBS Viceland)
Delta Goodrem: Wings of the Wild Tour (concert highlights special) NEW (10pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)

:: 11 ::
Back Roads (Season 4) (8pm, Mondays, ABC)

:: 12 ::
Who Do You Think You Are? Australia (Season 8 repeats) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
4 Days That Shook Britain (ITV documentary on four separate terrorist attacks in Britain throughout 2017) NEW (9pm, Tuesday, Channel Nine)

:: 13 ::
Splitting Up Together (Season 1) (US sitcom series) NEW (9.45pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 16 ::
Once Upon a Time (Season 7 and final season) (5pm, Saturdays, 7flix)
Poldark (Season 4) FASTTRACKED (8.15pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 18 ::
Code Black (Season 3 and final season) (8.30pm, Mondays, 7flix)
First Dates Australia (Season 3) (8.45pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 21 ::
Peter Curuvita's Coastal Kitchen (Season 2) (8pm, Thursdays, SBS - all states except WA)
Chewing Gum (Season 1) (BBC comedy-drama series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (10pm, Thursdays, ABC Comedy)

:: 24 ::
The Great Fire of London (3-part Channel 5 documentary revealing what actually happened during the Great Fire of London of 1666) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday and Monday, SBS - all states except WA)

:: 28 ::
Peter Curuvita's Coastal Kitchen (Season 2) (8pm, Thursdays, SBS - WA only)
Everyone's a Critic (ABC arts series) NEW (8.50pm, Thursdays, ABC)
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2018

22 Jan 2018, 22:54

Ratings for the week ending January 6 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Network:
Nine 26.5%
Ten 24.6%
Seven 23.2%
ABC 17.4%
SBS 8.3%
 
Channel:
Ten 18.0%
Nine 15.9%
Seven 15.1%
ABC 12.4%
SBS 5.5%
9GO! 4.7%
One 3.6%
7TWO 3.5%
9Gem 3.0%
Eleven 3.0%
ABC2 2.9%
9Life 2.8%
7flix 2.3%
7mate 2.2%
SBS VICELAND 1.6%
ABC News 1.4%
Food 1.1%
ABC ME 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
Big Bash League helped Ten to win primary shares in the first week of 2018 ratings year, while Nine won in network shares thanks to multichannels.
ABC’s New Year’s Eve Midnight Fireworks was the week’s top-rated show, pulling 1.48 million viewers.
 
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22 Jan 2018, 23:00

Ratings for the week ending January 13 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Network:
Seven: 27.8%
Ten 24.8%
Nine 23.8%
ABC 15.5%
SBS 8.2%
 
Channel:
Ten 18.1%
Seven 16.5%
Nine 14.8%
ABC 10.4%
7mate 5.9%
SBS 5.6%
One 3.8%
9GO! 3.6%
7TWO 3.2%
ABC2 3.0%
Eleven 2.8%
9Gem 2.7%
9Life 2.6%
7flix 2.1%
ABC News 1.4%
SBS VICELAND 1.4%
Food Network 1.1%
ABC ME 0.7%
NITV 0.1%
 
For the second week in a row, Ten won in primary shares thanks to BBL, but came second in network shares. This time it was Seven which won in network shares on the back of tennis coverage on 7mate.
Top show of the week was Nine’s coverage of the third session of the fifth Ashes test which averaged 1.28 million viewers.
 
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22 Jan 2018, 23:21

Ratings for the week ending January 20 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 22.7%
Nine 18.2%
Ten 12.2%
ABC 9.8%
SBS 4.7%
7TWO 3.8%
One 3.7%
9GO! 3.6%
7mate 3.1%
9Gem 2.8%
ABC2 2.7%
Eleven 2.7%
9Life 2.6%
7flix 2.4%
ABC News 1.5%
SBS VICELAND 1.5%
Food 1.0%
ABC ME 0.8%
NITV 0.2%
 
Seven won the week thanks to its Australian Open coverage, while Nine’s shares also lifted thanks to the one-day cricket series.
Nine easily won the demographics 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Top show of the week was Nine News Sunday which pulled 1.32 million viewers.
 
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22 Jan 2018, 23:26

Ratings for Sunday, January 21 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 33.1%
Nine 22.6%
ABC 8.9%
7mate 5.4%
Ten 4.3%
7TWO 3.5%
SBS 3.5%
9GO! 2.9%
9Life 2.8%
ABC2 2.2%
One 2.2%
7Flix 2.0%
Eleven 1.8%
9Gem 1.5%
Viceland 0.9%
ABC News 0.8%
Food 0.7%
ABC Me 0.6%
NITV 0.4%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 7 Seven 1,165,000 (320,000 442,000 192,000 130,000 81,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS - SUN Seven 1,107,000 (266,000 369,000 205,000 113,000 154,000)
3 NINE NEWS SUNDAY Nine 1,073,000 (323,000 316,000 189,000 129,000 116,000)
4 ONE DAY CRICKET - AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 3 SESSION 2 Nine 976,000 (263,000 293,000 176,000 107,000 138,000)
5 ONE DAY CRICKET - AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 3 SESSION 1 Nine 841,000 (236,000 245,000 169,000 85,000 106,000)
6 SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 7 – LATE Seven 643,000 (185,000 318,000 61,000 79,000 P not shown)
7 ABC NEWS SUNDAY ABC 594,000 (152,000 185,000 100,000 62,000 95,000)
8 SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 7 Seven 390,000 (99,000 146,000 68,000 34,000 44,000)
9 MIDSOMER MURDERS RPT ABC 384,000 (100,000 134,000 47,000 30,000 73,000)
10 ONE DAY CRICKET - AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 3 PRE MATCH Nine 368,000 (112,000 97,000 80,000 41,000 38,000)
11 DAVID ATTENBOROUGH'S GREAT BARRIER REEF RPT ABC 335,000 (83,000 104,000 58,000 28,000 62,000)
12 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SUN Ten 326,000 (76,000 87,000 72,000 42,000 49,000)
13 WEEKEND TODAY - SUNDAY Nine 292,000 (80,000 72,000 77,000 26,000 38,000)
14 CUSTOMS Nine 279,000 (B 166,000 P 112,000)
15 SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 7 FEED 2 7mate 275,000 (79,000 105,000 53,000 37,000 0)
16 WEEKEND SUNRISE - SUN Seven 246,000 (64,000 54,000 64,000 23,000 41,000)
17 WEEKEND TODAY - EARLY SUNDAY Nine 228,000 (70,000 45,000 72,000 19,000 21,000)
18 60 MINUTES -SUMMER Nine 206,000 (47,000 41,000 49,000 18,000 52,000)
19 THE HOUSE WITH ANNABEL CRABB RPT ABC 205,000 (49,000 63,000 42,000 25,000 26,000)
20 BULL Ten 203,000 (54,000 48,000 51,000 18,000 33,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Note: revised figures for the cricket:
session 1: 846,000
session 2: 1,034,000
 
Nick Kyrgios’ four-set loss to Grigor Dimitrov at the Australian Open attracted more viewers than England’s victory over Australia at the cricket, giving Seven a massive win last night. Tennis was also No.1 in 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 demographics. Ten was obliterated for the second week in a row, posting its lowest ever primary share of 4.3%.
 
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23 Jan 2018, 23:25

Ratings for Monday, January 22 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 24.7%
Nine 17.8%
Ten 13.6%
ABC 9.5%
SBS 4.8%
One 3.9%
7TWO 3.7%
9GO! 3.6%
ABC2 3.3%
7mate 3.2%
9Life 2.5%
Eleven 2.3%
Viceland 1.8%
9Gem 1.3%
7Flix 1.1%
Food 1.1%
ABC News 1.0%
ABC Me 0.7%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 1,001,000 (266,000 313,000 169,000 117,000 136,000)
2 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 995,000 (298,000 309,000 215,000 89,000 83,000)
3 NINE NEWS Nine 994,000 (307,000 302,000 219,000 93,000 73,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 925,000 (241,000 304,000 153,000 103,000 124,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 839,000 (253,000 248,000 181,000 79,000 78,000)
6 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 8 Seven 830,000 (252,000 332,000 131,000 65,000 49,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 646,000 (189,000 205,000 115,000 55,000 83,000)
8 BACK ROADS S3 ABC 608,000 (147,000 202,000 108,000 61,000 90,000)
9 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 35 – SESSION 2: MELBOURNE RENEGADES VS ADELAIDE Ten 605,000 (116,000 197,000 95,000 120,000 77,000)
10 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 35 – SESSION 1: MELBOURNE RENEGADES VS ADELAIDE Ten 604,000 (148,000 188,000 105,000 105,000 58,000)
11 7.30 ABC 563,000 (145,000 179,000 115,000 45,000 80,000)
12 HOT SEAT Nine 522,000 (163,000 146,000 132,000 51,000 31,000)
13 RBT -RPT Nine 516,000 (189,000 124,000 111,000 45,000 47,000)
14 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 479,000 (129,000 152,000 92,000 52,000 54,000)
15 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 463,000 (119,000 129,000 94,000 61,000 60,000)
16 MOVIE: JACK REACHER -RPT Nine 412,000 (117,000 122,000 78,000 38,000 57,000)
17 FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT ABC 376,000 (91,000 122,000 63,000 42,000 59,000)
18 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 8 Seven 337,000 (83,000 131,000 46,000 31,000 46,000)
19 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 324,000 (88,000 102,000 67,000 27,000 41,000)
20 HOT SEAT -5PM Nine 314,000 (98,000 87,000 80,000 36,000 13,000)
SUNRISE Seven 281,000
TODAY Nine 256,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
Note: revised figure for BBL:
session 1 603,000
session 2 607,000
 
Seven won the night easily thanks to its tennis coverage.
Georgie Gardner’s debut as co-host of Today saw the show beating Sunrise in Sydney and Melbourne but lost to Sunrise by 25,000 in five-city totals.
 
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24 Jan 2018, 23:32

Ratings for Tuesday, January 23 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 26.1%
Nine 15.6%
Ten 14.2%
ABC 9.4%
9GO! 3.8%
7TWO 3.4%
7mate 3.4%
9Gem 3.3%
One 4.3%
SBS 4.2%
ABC2 2.6%
Eleven 2.5%
9Life 1.9%
ABC News 1.3%
Viceland 1.1%
Food 1.1%
7Flix 0.9%
ABC Me 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 931,000 (246,000 287,000 152,000 99,000 147,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 930,000 (275,000 299,000 198,000 88,000 70,000)
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 912,000 (249,000 303,000 205,000 85,000 70,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 864,000 (238,000 298,000 140,000 73,000 116,000)
5 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 9 Seven 824,000 (226,000 322,000 139,000 83,000 54,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 767,000 (225,000 230,000 179,000 64,000 68,000)
7 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 36: SYDNEY SIXERS VS MELBOURNE STARS – SESSION 1 Ten 642,000 (168,000 228,000 115,000 72,000 60,000)
8 ABC NEWS ABC 620,000 (162,000 204,000 104,000 57,000 94,000)
9 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 36: SYDNEY SIXERS VS MELBOURNE STARS – SESSION 2 Ten 607,000 (160,000 194,000 87,000 79,000 87,000)
10 HOT SEAT Nine 520,000 (157,000 155,000 134,000 41,000 33,000)
11 7.30 ABC 503,000 (141,000 152,000 101,000 46,000 63,000)
12 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 476,000 (149,000 120,000 84,000 55,000 67,000)
13 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT Nine 469,000 (145,000 123,000 102,000 42,000 57,000)
14 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 440,000 (116,000 129,000 88,000 45,000 62,000)
15 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2 Nine 434,000 (131,000 107,000 92,000 38,000 66,000)
16 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 9 – LATE Seven 406,000 (116,000 189,000 55,000 46,000 P not shown)
17 HOW TO STAY YOUNG ABC 370,000 (93,000 105,000 82,000 33,000 57,000)
18 MOVIE: WE’RE THE MILLERS -RPT Nine 346,000 (117,000 97,000 50,000 25,000 58,000)
19 FAMILY FEUD Ten 329,000 (104,000 89,000 66,000 39,000 33,000)
20 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 313,000 (79,000 89,000 69,000 33,000 43,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for the cricket:
session 1: 638,000
session 2: 586,000
 
Seven again won the night thanks to the tennis. Rafael Nadal might have retired hurt early in the fifth set in his quarter final against Marin Cilic, but the match proved to be more popular than the BBL.
 
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26 Jan 2018, 17:49

Ratings for Wednesday, January 24 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 25.7%
Ten 14.6%
Nine 12.5%
ABC 8.1%
One 5.1%
SBS 4.7%
9GO! 4.5%
7mate 4.2%
7TWO 3.8%
9Life 2.9%
Eleven 2.6%
ABC2 2.4%
9Gem 2.0%
7Flix 1.9%
Viceland 1.6%
ABC News 1.2%
Food 1.1%
ABC Me 0.7%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 930,000 (268,000 295,000 216,000 89,000 62,000)
2 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 894,000 (252,000 296,000 212,000 83,000 50,000)
3 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 10 Seven 866,000 (255,000 346,000 147,000 77,000 41,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS Seven 859,000 (224,000 258,000 154,000 94,000 129,000)
5 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 822,000 (231,000 264,000 145,000 81,000 101,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 696,000 (211,000 190,000 166,000 79,000 49,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 620,000 (164,000 198,000 87,000 77,000 94,000)
8 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 37: SYDNEY THUNDER VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES – SESSION 2 Ten 584,000 (156,000 197,000 90,000 73,000 68,000)
9 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 37: SYDNEY THUNDER VS MELBOURNE RENEGADES – SESSION 1 Ten 536,000 (156,000 186,000 84,000 64,000 47,000)
10 HOT SEAT Nine 524,000 (161,000 156,000 131,000 46,000 31,000)
11 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 37 – POST-GAME Ten 500,000 (111,000 165,000 81,000 63,000 80,000)
12 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 485,000 (131,000 170,000 90,000 37,000 58,000)
13 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 455,000 (125,000 120,000 81,000 53,000 76,000)
14 7.30 ABC 398,000 (109,000 125,000 62,000 43,000 60,000)
15 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 344,000 (98,000 104,000 73,000 31,000 37,000)
16 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 10 Seven 309,000 (80,000 104,000 55,000 28,000 42,000)
17 Qi ABC 298,000 (78,000 103,000 49,000 24,000 45,000)
18 HOT SEAT -5PM Nine 291,000 (92,000 82,000 79,000 28,000 10,000)
19 SUNRISE Seven 287,000 (74,000 66,000 70,000 30,000 47,000)
20 FAMILY FEUD Ten 270,000 (88,000 70,000 53,000 30,000 29,000)
SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 10-LATE Seven 219,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for the cricket:
session 1: 532,000
session 2: 597,000
 
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26 Jan 2018, 18:45

Ratings for Thursday, January 25 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 22.5%
Ten 15.5%
Nine 13.2%
ABC 8.3%
One 6.1%
9GO! 5.0%
SBS 3.6%
7TWO 3.5%
7mate 3.2%
9Gem 3.1%
7flix 2.9%
ABC2 2.5%
Eleven 2.5%
9Life 2.4%
ABC News 1.5%
Food 1.4%
VICELAND 1.3%
ABC ME 0.9%
NITV 0.4%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 820,000 (236,000 265,000 182,000 73,000 64,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS Seven 800,000 (185,000 253,000 157,000 85,000 120,000)      
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 755,000 (202,000 250,000 177,000 68,000 59,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 748,000 (173,000 258,000 149,000 71,000 97,000)
5 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 38: PERTH VS ADELAIDE - SESSION 2 Ten 739,000 (135,000 220,000 114,000 120,000 149,000)
6 SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 11 Seven 622,000 (170,000 282,000 96,000 52,000 21,000)
7 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 619,000 (188,000 170,000 150,000 64,000 47,000)
8 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 38: PERTH VS ADELAIDE - SESSION 1 Ten 569,000 (123,000 169,000 88,000 90,000 100,000)
9 ABC NEWS ABC 568,000 (163,000 185,000 86,000 64,000 70,000)
10 HOT SEAT Nine 491,000 (159,000 144,000 112,000 41,000 35,000)
11 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 401,000 (121,000 93,000 72,000 64,000 51,000)
12 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 398,000 (107,000 119,000 73,000 50,000 51,000)
13 AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR 2018 ABC 373,000 (119,000 99,000 76,000 35,000 44,000)
14 GREAT GETAWAYS Nine 316,000 (115,000 96,000 54,000 28,000 23,000)
15 CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE GAME 38 - POST-GAME Ten 310,000 (51,000 87,000 47,000 43,000 83,000)
16 SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 11 Seven 294,000 (66,000 113,000 51,000 29,000 35,000)
17 THE PROJECT 6.30PM Ten 277,000 (84,000 77,000 50,000 32,000 34,000)
18 SUNRISE Seven 274,000 (79,000 65,000 67,000 24,000 40,000)
19 HOT SEAT -5PM Nine 271,000 (96,000 72,000 58,000 28,000 16,000)
20 20 TO ONE -RPT Nine 266,000 (91,000 76,000 51,000 26,000 22,000)
21 FAMILY FEUD Ten 264,000 (75,000 73,000 60,000 32,000 24,000)     
SEVEN'S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 11-LATE Seven 209,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au
 
Note: revised figures for the cricket:
session 1: 569,000
session 2: 738,000
 
The top of the table BBL clash between the Scorchers and Strikers was the night’s most-watched program in Perth and Adelaide, and beat the tennis in five-city metro, however Seven still won the night
 
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28 Jan 2018, 21:08

Ratings for Australia Day, Friday, January 26 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 22.8%
Nine 21.4%
ABC 9.3%
Ten 9.2%
SBS 7.1%
9GO! 4.8%
7mate 3.5%
One 3.0%
7TWO 2.9%
9Life 2.6%
Eleven 2.6%
7flix 2.1%
ABC2 2.1%
9Gem 1.7%
VICELAND 1.7%
ABC News 1.3%
Food 1.2%
ABC ME 0.5%
NITV 0.3%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 928,000 (271,000 346,000 141,000 121,000 49,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 841,000 (196,000 311,000 175,000 64,000 94,000)
3 ONE DAY CRICKET – AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 4 SESSION 1 Nine 836,000 (188,000 259,000 137,000 130,000 122,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS Seven 831,000 (198,000 262,000 172,000 88,000 112,000)      
5 ONE DAY CRICKET – AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 4 SESSION 2 Nine 709,000 (156,000 211,000 123,000 103,000 116,000)
6 SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-NIGHT 12 Seven 621,000 (197,000 287,000 91,000 47,000 P not available)                   
7 ABC NEWS ABC 492,000 (117,000 163,000 84,000 47,000 81,000)
8 GARDENING AUSTRALIA ABC 370,000 (75,000 124,000 70,000 38,000 64,000)
9 ONE DAY CRICKET – AUSTRALIA V ENGLAND GAME 4 PRE MATCH Nine 367,000 (89,000 108,000 70,000 61,000 38,000)
10 TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS FIRST AT FIVE Ten 360,000 (115,000 110,000 61,000 40,000 34,000)
11 MOVIE: HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE SBS 332,000 (87,000 115,000 47,000 29,000 54,000)
12 AUSTRALIA DAY CONCERT 2018 Ten 290,000 (93,000 55,000 60,000 33,000 48,000)
13 BEST OF BACK ROADS S3 ABC 276,000 (64,000 89,000 47,000 31,000 44,000)           
14 THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW RPT Ten 270,000 (80,000 78,000 48,000 34,000 30,000)
15 SUNRISE Seven 269,000 (72,000 60,000 73,000 24,000 39,000)
16 THE PROJECT 7PM Ten 269,000 (84,000 77,000 55,000 21,000 31,000)
17 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 255,000 (63,000 93,000 65,000 35,000 P not shown)
18 TODAY -LATE Nine 234,000 (82,000 54,000 53,000 19,000 25,000)    
19 TODAY Nine 230,000 (79,000 49,000 66,000 16,000 20,000)
20 BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS SUMMER RPT Seven 210,000 (54,000 47,00053,000 24,000 32,000)
SEVEN’S TENNIS: 2018 AUSTRALIAN OPEN-DAY 12 Seven 163,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Seven won the night despite the early finish to both tennis and cricket (Hyeon Chung retired hurt late in the second set of his semi final against Roger Federer while Australia beat England in just 37 overs at the Adelaide Oval).
The FTA premiere of NZ movie Hunt for the Wilderpeople did well for SBS.
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