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Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

01 Jan 2019, 15:41

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 2019.
2019 is a year of change and comebacks on local TV. Already we have already seen Seven and Nine swapping summer sports: Nine showing tennis after signing a five-year broadcast deal with Tennis Australia, before picking up the 2019 rights after paying more than $48 million to Seven. Seven relinquished rights to show Australian tennis tournaments to concentrate on its cricket coverage. As for comebacks, Seachange is returning after a 19-year break (albeit on Nine) while Zumbo’s Just Desserts will be back for a second season, with Netflix coming on-board as co-producer and international distributor.
I will update the programming on this post as the year progresses :)
 
2019 programming guide (January to June)

JANUARY
:: 1 ::
Mustangs FC (Season 2) (5pm, weekdays, ABC ME)
2018 Edinburgh Military Tattoo (military tattoo special) NEW (7.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)

:: 2 ::
Doctor Who: Resolution (Doctor Who New Year's Day special) NEW FASTTRACKED (7.30pm, Wednesday, ABC)
Law & Order: SVU (new episodes, beginning Season 20, episode 7) FASTTRACKED (new night) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel 10)

:: 3 ::
Escape to the City (lifestyle series based on UK series Escape to the Country) NEW (premiere: 7.30pm, Thursday, ABC; regular timeslot: 8pm, Thursdays from 10/1 ABC)
Grand Designs Australia (Season 4) (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 4 ::
The Orville (Season 2) FASTTRACKED (9pm, Fridays, SBS Viceland)

:: 5 ::
Little Women (3-part BBC period mini-series based on the novel) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)
My Second Restaurant in India (6-part follow up documentary with My Restaurant in India, double episodes) NEW (7.30pm, Saturdays, SBS; episode 3: 7.30pm, Saturday 19/1, SBS Food)

:: 6 ::
The Indian Pacific: Australia's Longest Train Journey (Slow Summer travel documentary) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 7 ::
7.30 (new season) (7.30pm, Mondays to Thursdays, ABC)
The Good Place (NBC comedy series) NEW (free-to-air premiere, triple episodes) (9.30pm, Mondays, ABC Comedy)

:: 8 ::
Foreign Correspondent (new season) (8pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Mediterranean with Simon Reeve (4-part BBC travel documentary series) NEW (8.40pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
Building the Tube (4-part Channel 5 factual series, originally titled Inside the Tube: Building Underground) NEW (9.50pm, Tuesdays, SBS)

:: 9 ::
Butterfly (3-part ITV mini-series) NEW (9.45pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 11 ::
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Season 6) FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Fridays, SBS Viceland)

:: 12 ::
The Indian Pacific: Australia's Longest Train Journey (full 17-hour version) (2am, Saturday, SBS Viceland)
The Family Law (Season 3 and final season) (new night and timeslot) (8.30pm, Saturdays, SBS)

:: 13 ::
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Australia (Season 5) (7.30pm, Sundays to Thursdays, Channel 10; Saturday Schoolies with Scott Tweedie: 7pm, Saturdays from 19/1, Channel 10)
The Kimberley Cruise (Slow Summer travel documentary) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 14 ::
You're the Worst (Season 5) FASTTRACKED (11pm, Mondays, SBS Viceland)

:: 15 ::
My Kitchen Rules 10th Anniversary Special (retrospective on the show's past nine years) NEW (7pm, Tuesday, Channel Seven)
Fake or Fortune (Season 7) (9.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
In the Long Run (Sky UK comedy series created by Idris Elba) NEW (9.40pm, Tuesdays, ABC Comedy)

:: 19 ::
The Kimberley Cruise (full version) (5am to 8.30pm, Saturday, SBS Viceland)

:: 20 ::
All Aboard! The Canal Trip (Slow Summer travel documentary from BBC) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 25 ::
Australian of the Year 2019 (awards special) NEW LIVE (ABC News - national; ABC - NSW/VIC/ACT/TAS onlty) (7.30pm, Friday, ABC; 7.30pm AEDT, Friday, ABC News)

:: 26 ::
Australia Day Live 2019 (concert special from Sydney Opera House forecourt) NEW LIVE (NSW/VIC/ACT/TAS only) (new network) (7.30pm, Saturday, ABC)

:: 27 ::
North to South (Slow Summer travel documentary on travel from North Island to South Island of NZ) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, SBS)

:: 28 ::
Today Extra (new season) (9am, weekdays, Channel Nine)
The Chase Australia (Season 5) (5pm, weekdays, Channel Seven)
My Kitchen Rules (Season 10) (week 1-3: 7pm, Sundays to Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Married at First Sight (Season 6) (7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays and 7pm, Sundays, Channel Nine, extra episode: 7.30pm, Thursday 30/1, Channel Nine)
The Good Doctor (new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 11) (9pm, Monday, Channel Seven; regular timeslot: 9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)
The Resident (new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 10) (10pm, Monday, Channel Seven; regular timeslot: 10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 29 ::
Hughesy We Have a Problem (Season 3) (premiere: 9pm, Tuesday, Channel Ten; from 19/2 8.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten; from 24/2 9pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 30 ::
Hard Quiz (final episode of Season 3) (8pm, Wednesday, ABC)
Rosehaven (Season 3) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
New Amsterdam (NBC medical drama series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Talking Married (Season 2) (9pm, Wednesdays, 9Life; repeated 11pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
Undercurrent (true crime documentary) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven and Southern Cross except Tasmania)

FEBRUARY
:: 1 ::
Gardening Australia (new season) (7.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 2 ::
Death in Paradise (Season 7) (FTA premiere) (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)
Agatha Raisin (Season 2) (8.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 3 ::
Aftermath: Beyond Black Saturday (documentary on 10th anniversary of Victoria's February 2009 bushfires) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)
The Cry (4-part BBC/ABC mystery drama series) NEW (8.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
China Love (observational documentary on China's pre wedding photography industry) NEW (9.40pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 4 ::
Afternoon Briefing (news program) NEW (4pm, weekdays, ABC)
The Drum (new season) (new timeslot) (6pm, weeknights, ABC)
Four Corners (new season) (8.30pm, Mondays, ABC)
Billy Connolly: The Ultimate World Tour (ITV documentary) NEW (9pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
Murders, Lies and Alibis (2-part Australian crime documentary) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)
Media Watch (new season) (9.20pm, Mondays, ABC)
Q&A (new season) LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only until end of daylight savings in early April) (9.35pm, Mondays, ABC)
Underarm: The Ball That Changed Cricket (documentary looking at the 1981 underarm bowling incident at the MCG) NEW (10pm, Monday, Channel Seven)

:: 5 ::
Travel Guides (Season 3) (9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Manifest (new episodes, beginning Season 1, episode 10) (new night and timeslot) (10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)

:: 6 ::
Hard Quiz (Season 4) (8pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Get Krack!n (Season 2) (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
Young Sheldon (new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 9) (7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine)
Gogglebox Australia (Season 9) (free-to-air premiere) (9pm, Thursday, Channel Ten)

:: 8 ::
Show Me the Movie! (Season 2) (7.30pm, Fridays, Channel Ten; from 21/2 7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
Eurovision - Australia Decides (singing competition to decide Australian entrant for Eurovision Song Contest 2019) NEW LIVE (8.30pm AEDT, Saturday, SBS)

:: 10 ::
The Magical Land of Oz (nature documentary) NEW (7.40pm, Sunday, ABC)
Operation: Live (2-part factual series analysing real time surgeries) NEW (9pm, Sunday, Channel Seven)
Mrs Wilson (3-part drama series starring Ruth Wilson as her grandmother) NEW (9.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 11 ::
Instant Hotel (Season 2) (new night and timeslot) (9pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)

:: 12 ::
Michael Portillo's Abandoned Britain (Series 2) (7.35pm, Tuesdays, SBS)

:: 13 ::
Changing Rooms (renovation show hosted by Natalie Bassingthwaighte, previously aired on Nine) NEW (premiere: 7.30pm, Wednesday and Thursday, Channel Ten; from 22/2 7.30pm, Fridays and Saturdays, Channel Ten)
McMafia (Season 1) (BBC/AMC crime drama series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 16 ::
Dynasties (5-part BBC nature documentary narrated by David Attenborough) NEW (7pm, Saturdays, Channel Nine)

:: 17 ::
Andrew Denton's Interview (Season 1 repeats) (9.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven; from 10/3 10.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)
The Blacklist (Season 6) (10.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)

:: 18 ::
Dancing with the Stars Australia (Season 16) (new network, night and timeslot) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS only) (7.30pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)
Bad Mothers (Australian drama series) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)

:: 20 ::
Bondi Rescue (Season 14) (7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)
Secrets of the Chocolate Factory: Inside Cadbury (Channel 5 documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesday, SBS)

:: 21 ::
Survivor (Season 38): Edge of Extinction FASTTRACKED (7.30pm, Thursdays, 9GO!)
Australian Crime Stories (Season 3) (8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Nine; from 24/3 9.30pm, Sundays, Channel Nine)
Miss Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries (spin-off from Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven)

:: 22 ::
Coast New Zealand (Season 1) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (7.30pm, Fridays, SBS)
The Heights (30-part ABC drama series filmed in Perth, double episodes) NEW (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 24 ::
Chris & Julia's Sunday Night Takeaway (variety show, based on UK show Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays, Channel Ten; from 17/3 7pm, Sundays, Channel Ten)

:: 25 ::
The 91st Annual Academy Awards (movie awards special) NEW (12pm AEDT, Monday, Channel Nine LIVE; replayed 7.30pm, Monday, 9Gem)

:: 26 ::
Ambulance Australia (Season 2) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)
NCIS (new episodes, beginning season 16, episode 13) (new night) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 27 ::
Secrets of the Toy Shop: Inside Hanley's (Channel 5 documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesday, SBS)

:: 28 ::
Secrets of Harrods Department Store (Channel 5 documentary, originally titled Inside Harrods: The World's Most Famous Department Store) NEW (8.35pm, Thursday, SBS)
Trust Me (Series 1) (BBC medical drama starring Jodie Whittaker) NEW (9.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

MARCH
:: 3 ::
London's Super Tunnel (Season 3) FASTTRACKED (7.30pm, Sundays, SBS)
The Crown and Us: The Story of the Royals in Australia (2-part documentary on the Royal Family's relationship with Australia) NEW (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
2019 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade (event special) NEW DELAYED (8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
Vera (Season 7) (free-to-air premiere) (8.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
Informer (6-part BBC counter terror drama) NEW (9pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 8 ::
Leaving Neverland (2-part HBO documentary on allegations against Michael Jackson) NEW (8.30pm, Friday and Saturday, Channel Ten)

:: 9 ::
Delicious (Season 3) (8.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 12 ::
The Cult of The Family (3-part documentary on The Family cult) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 14 ::
The Jumbo Jet: 50 Years in the Sky (2-part Channel 5 documentary on 50th anniversary of Boeing 747) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 17 ::
The Five Billion Pound Super Sewer (3-part BBC documentary on Thames Tideway Scheme sewerage discharge project) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays, SBS)
Restoration Australia (Season 2) (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 18 ::
Billy Connolly: Made in Scotland (2-part BBC biographical documentary) NEW (9pm, Mondays, Channel Seven)
100% Footy (Season 2) (10pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - NSW/ACT/QLD/NT only)
Footy Classified (new season) (10pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - VIC/TAS/SA/WA only)

:: 19 ::
Louis Theroux: Dark States (3-part BBC documentary) NEW (9.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 20 ::
The Weekly with Charlie Pickering (Season 5) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 21 ::
Better Homes and Gardens Specials (compilation show) NEW (NSW/ACT/QLD/WA only: 7.30pm, Thursdays, Channel Seven; VIC/SA/TAS/NT only: 7.30pm, Thursdays, 7TWO)

:: 25 ::
Footy SA (new season) (new night and timeslot) (11pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - SA only)
Footy WA (new season) (new night and timeslot) (11pm, Mondays, Channel Nine - WA only)
The Oval Office (AFL show hosted by Sam McClure) NEW (11pm, Mondays, Channel Nine and TDT - VIC/TAS only)

:: 26 ::
One Nation and the NRA (2-part Al-Jazeera documentary) NEW FASTTRACKED (8pm, Tuesday and Thursday, ABC)

:: 28 ::
Project Blue Book (Season 1) (US historical drama series) NEW (8.30pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 29 ::
The Living Room (Season 8) (7.30pm, Fridays, Channel Ten)

:: 30 ::
One Born Every Minute UK (Season 9) (new network, night and timeslot) (7.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten; from 11/5 8.45pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)
The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco (8-part Canadian drama series, spin-off of The Bletchley Circle) NEW (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 31 ::
Outback Gourmet with Justine Schofield (8-part food series filmed in NT, double episodes) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays, SBS FOOD)
2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala (comedy special) NEW (8.40pm, Sunday, ABC)

APRIL
:: 3 ::
Christians Like Us (2-part social experiment documentary) NEW (8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)
You Can't Ask That (Season 4) (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
24 Hours in Emergency (Season 14) (9.35pm, Wednesdays, SBS; from 24/4 8.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 5 ::
Coast New Zealand (Season 2) (free-to-air premiere) (7.35pm, Fridays, SBS)

:: 6 ::
Call the Midwife (Season 7) (free-to-air premiere) (8.20pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Supershow (comedy special) NEW (8.40pm, Sunday, ABC)

:: 9 ::
Bachelor in Paradise Australia (Season 2) (Week 1-2: 7.30pm, Tuesdays to Thursdays, Channel Ten)
Employable Me (Season 2) (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Gordon, Gino and Fred: The Ultimate Roadtrip (3-part ITV food/travelogue series) NEW (9pm, Tuesdays, Channel Seven; finale: 10pm, Sunday 28/4, Channel Seven)

:: 10 ::
Bull (Season 3) (9.15pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)
Hawaii Five-O (10.15pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 14 ::
Vera (Season 8) (8.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 15 ::
Mastermind Australia (quiz show hosted by Jennifer Byrne, based on the BBC format) NEW (6pm, weeknights, SBS)
The Passage (Season 1) (US sci-fi drama series) NEW (premiere: 9pm, Monday, Channel Seven; regular timeslot: 10pm, Mondays from 22/4, Channel Seven)

:: 16 ::
The Recording Studio (10-part factual entertainment series) NEW (8pm, Tuesdays, ABC)

:: 17 ::
Anh's Brush with Fame (Season 4) (8pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
The Good Fight (Season 3) (premiere: 8.30pm, Wednesday, SBS; regular timeslot: 9.30pm, Wednesdays from 24/4, SBS)

:: 18 ::
SS-GB (BBC UK alternate WWII history drama series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (10.35pm, Thursdays, SBS)

:: 19 ::
Killing Eve (Season 2) FASTTRACKED (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 20 ::
Extreme Railway Journeys (new season) (7.30pm, Saturdays, SBS)

:: 21 ::
Stand Up for Christchurch (Melbourne International Comedy Festival special hosted by Nazeem Hussein) NEW (7.30pm, Sunday, Channel Ten)

:: 22 ::
Hardball (13-part sports drama series) NEW (4.30pm, daily, ABC ME)
9-1-1 (new episodes, beginning Season 2, episode 11) (new night and timeslot) FASTTRACKED (9pm, Monday, Channel Seven; regular timeslot: 8.45pm, Mondays from 6/5, Channel Seven)

:: 23 ::
The Amazing Race (Season 31) FASTTRACKED (7.30pm, Tuesdays, 7flix; from 14/5 10.30pm, Tuesdays, 7flix)

:: 28 ::
House Rules (Season 7) (7pm, Sundays, and 7.30pm, Mondays to Wednesdays, Channel Seven)
Lego Masters Australia (Season 1) (brick construction competition hosted by Hamish Blake) NEW (7pm, Sundays, and 7.30pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
David Baddiel on the Silk Road (4-part Discovery travel documentary) NEW (7.30pm, Sundays, SBS)
Will Australia Ever Have a Black Prime Minister? (political documentary series) NEW (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
Surviving R. Kelly (6-part Lifetime documentary on allegations against singer R. Kelly) NEW (9.45pm approx., Sundays, Channel Nine)

:: 29 ::
Leaders' Debate (federal election 2019 special) NEW LIVE (except SA and NT) (5pm, Monday, Channel Seven - WA; 7pm, Monday, 7TWO except WA; replay: 9.45pm, Monday, Channel Seven)
MasterChef Australia (Season 11) (7.30pm, Sundays to Thursdays, Channel Ten)
20 to One (Season 13) (8.40pm, Mondays, Channel Nine)

:: 30 ::
Who Do You Think You Are? Australia (Season 10) (7.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
Timeless (Season 1) (NBC time travel drama series) NEW (9.15pm, Tuesdays, Channel Nine)

MAY
:: 1 ::
Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation (Season 6) (7.30pm, Wednesdays, Channel Nine)
The Bay (6-part ITV drama series) NEW (9pm, Wednesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 5 ::
Agatha Christie's ABC Murders (3-part BBC mystery mini-series) NEW (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 7 ::
Mr Black (Australian comedy/drama series starring Stephen Curry and Nadine Garner) NEW (8.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 11 ::
Ambulance UK (Season 4) (7.30pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)

:: 12 ::
Harrow (Season 2) (new night and timeslot) (8.40pm, Sundays, ABC)

:: 13 ::
Celebrity Name Game (game show hosted by Grant Denyer, based on US format) NEW (6pm, weeknights, Channel Ten)
Have You Been Paying Attention? (Season 7) (8.45pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)

:: 14 ::
God Friended Me (new episodes, beginning Season 1, episode 12) (10pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Seven)

:: 15 ::
2019 Eurovision Song Contest: Semi Final 1 (music competition special) NEW (5am AEST, Wednesday, SBS LIVE; replay: 8.30pm, Thursday 16/5, SBS)
Five Bedrooms (Australian drama series) NEW (8.45pm, Wednesdays, Channel Ten)
Rostered On (Australian comedy series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (double episodes) (9pm, Wednesdays, 7mate)

:: 17 ::
2019 Eurovision Song Contest: Semi Final 2 (music competition special) NEW (5am AEST, Friday, SBS LIVE; replay: 8.30pm, Friday, SBS)
The Flying Scotsman (2-part Channel 5 railway history documentary narrated by Rob Bell) NEW (7.35pm, Fridays, SBS)

:: 19 ::
2019 Eurovision Song Contest: Final (music competition special) NEW (5am AEST, Sunday, SBS LIVE; replay: 8.30pm, Sunday, SBS)
The Voice Australia (Season 8) (auditions, showdowns and battles: 7pm, Sundays and 7.30pm, Mondays and Tuesdays, Channel Nine)
Meghan and Harry Plus One (CBS News documentary hosted by Gayle King) NEW FASTTRACKED (9.10pm, Sunday, Channel Ten)
 
:: 20 ::
Emma (Season 2) (10.05am, daily, ABC ME)
Medicine or Myth? (SBS health information series) NEW (8.30pm, Mondays, SBS)
The Elvis All-Star Tribute Special (NBC music special) NEW (9pm, Monday, Channel Nine)

:: 23 ::
Press (BBC newspaper drama series) NEW (free-to-air premiere) (9pm, Thursdays, ABC)

:: 26 ::
Shetland (Series 4) (free-to-air premiere) (7.40pm, Sundays, ABC)
FBI (new episodes, beginning Season 1, episode 11) (new night and timeslot) (9.10pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 27 ::
Kinne Tonight (comedy series starring Troy Kinne) NEW (9.40pm, Mondays, Channel Ten)

:: 29 ::
The Letdown (Season 2) (9pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

JUNE
:: 1 ::
Shakespeare and Hathaway (Season 2) (7.30pm, Saturdays, ABC)

:: 4 ::
China's Artful Dissident (art/political documentary) NEW (9.30pm, Tuesday, ABC)

:: 7 ::
Endeavour (Season 6) (8.30pm, Fridays, ABC)

:: 10 ::
Motown 60 - A Grammy Celebration (music special) NEW (9.15pm, Monday, Channel Nine)

:: 11 ::
The Super Switch (relationship experiment series, spin-off from Seven Year Switch) NEW (premiere: 7.30pm, Tuesday, Channel Seven; regular timeslot: 7.30pm, Wednesdays from 12/6, Channel Seven)

:: 12 ::
Rostered On (Season 2) (9pm, Wednesdays, 7mate)

:: 16 ::
Code Blue: Murder (2-part ITV crime documentary) NEW (9.30pm, Sundays, Channel Seven)

:: 17 ::
Back Roads (Season 5) (8pm, Mondays, ABC)

:: 19 ::
The Miniaturist (3-part BBC/PBS mini-series based on the novel by Jessie Burton) NEW (9.30pm, Wednesdays, SBS)

:: 20 ::
The Inbestigators (20-part children's detective series) NEW (5pm, daily, ABC ME)

:: 24 ::
The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story (US music special) NEW (9.50pm, Monday, Channel Nine)

:: 25 ::
Every Family Has a Secret (family history documentary hosted by Noni Hazlehurst) NEW (7.30pm, Tuesdays, SBS)
Ask the Doctor (new episodes of season 2) (8pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Blue Water Empire (Torres Strait Islander historical drama series) NEW (8.30pm, Tuesdays, ABC)
Todd Sampson's Body Hack (Season 3) (8.40pm, Tuesdays, Channel Ten)

:: 26 ::
Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell (Season 10) (8.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)
Insert Name Here (new season) (9.30pm, Wednesdays, ABC)

:: 29 ::
999: What's Your Emergency? (Series 4) (Channel 4 emergency services factual series) NEW (8.45pm, Saturdays, Channel Ten)

:: 30 ::
61st TV Week Logie Awards red carpet (TV awards special) NEW (7pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)
61st TV Week Logie Awards (TV awards special) NEW LIVE (NSW/ACT/QLD/VIC/TAS only) (7.30pm, Sunday, Channel Nine)
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

02 Jan 2019, 22:49

Ratings for New Year’s Day, Tuesday, January 1 (non-ratings)
Audience share:
Seven 20.1%
Nine 19.0%
ABC 12.6%
10 9.9%
SBS 5.6%
10Bold 3.8%
10Peach 3.6%
7TWO 3.6%
Viceland 3.5%
7mate 3.4%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.6%
9Life 2.5%
9GO! 2.1%
9Gem 1.9%
7Flix 1.4%
SBSFood 1.4%
ABC News 1.2%
ABCMe 0.8%
7Food 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 NINE NEWS Nine 946,000 (301,000 308,000 189,000 82,000 66,000)
2 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 936,000 (280,000 308,000 212,000 84,000 52,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS Seven 870,000 (224,000 224,000 173,000 121,000 128,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 654,000 (204,000 232,000 0 118,000 100,000)
5 ABC NEWS ABC 642,000 (161,000 199,000 108,000 83,000 91,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 632,000 (194,000 219,000 158,000 61,000 P not shown)
7 THE ROYAL EDINBURGH MILITARY TATTOO 2018 ABC 599,000 (154,000 191,000 103,000 74,000 77,000)
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – STARS V RENEGADES S2 Seven 569,000 (144,000 211,000 87,000 76,000 50,000)
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – STARS V RENEGADES S1 Seven 564,000 (146,000 226,000 85,000 73,000 34,000)
10 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – BRISBANE V SYDNEY SIXERS POST GAME Seven 546,000 (154,000 153,000 115,000 58,000 66,000)
11 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – STARS V RENEGADES INNINGS BREAK Seven 539,000 (132,000 203,000 99,000 61,000 44,000)
12 HOT SEAT Nine 456,000 (150,000 138,000 105,000 44,000 20,000)
13 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – STARS V RENEGADES POST GAME Seven 433,000 (87,000 166,000 65,000 61,000 54,000)
14 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – BRISBANE V SYDNEY SIXERS S2 Seven 402,000 (109,000 109,000 89,000 41,000 53,000)
15 10 NEWS FIRST 10 391,000 (95,000 111,000 79,000 43,000 64,000)
16 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – BRISBANE V SYDNEY SIXERS INNINGS BREAK Seven 376,000 (104,000 88,000 87,000 45,000 51,000)
17 2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 4 -NIGHT Nine 350,000 (84,000 79,000 69,000 26,000 92,000)
18 HOT SEAT -5PM Nine 342,000 (105,000 99,000 98,000 27,000 14,000)
19 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – STARS V RENEGADES PRE GAME Seven 332,000 (130,000 171,000 12,000 7,000 12,000)
20 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – BRISBANE V SYDNEY SIXERS S1Seven 311,000 (91,000 71,000 67,000 41,000 41,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Hopman Cup made the top 20 for the first time in 2019 with the anticipated match up between USA and Switzerland (especially mixed doubles featuring Serena Williams v Roger Federer) providing late night shares. The match-up made sporting headlines around the world, especially the US.
The afternoon BBL match between the Heat and the Sixers finished late but did not boost the ratings for Seven News in Sydney and Melbourne. The Melbourne derby did well for Seven though.
 
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03 Jan 2019, 15:24

Ratings for Wednesday, January 2 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 20.9%
Nine 17.5%
ABC 11.2%
10 8.4%
SBS 5.7%
10Bold 4.6%
Viceland 4.1%
7TWO 3.7%
9Gem 3.4%
10Peach 3.2%
7mate 2.8%
9GO! 2.7%
9Life 2.5%
7Flix 2.2%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.1%
7Food 1.6%
ABC News 1.5%
SBSFood 1.2%
ABC Me 0.6%
NITV 0.1%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 915,000 (274,000 234,000 192,000 110,000 105,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 857,000 (277,000 268,000 159,000 59,000 94,000)
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 851,000 (268,000 276,000 157,000 62,000 87,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 761,000 (241,000 248,000 171,000 101,000 P not shown)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 709,000 (219,000 232,000 141,000 55,000 62,000)
6 ABC NEWS ABC 641,000 (206,000 184,000 107,000 61,000 83,000)
7 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V PERTH S2 Seven 611,000 (157,000 192,000 77,000 79,000 107,000)
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V PERTH POST GAME Seven 575,000 (144,000 227,000 75,000 0 129,000)
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V PERTH INNINGS BREAK Seven 570,000 (155,000 172,000 80,000 70,000 93,000)
10 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V PERTH S1 Seven 560,000 (163,000 178,000 83,000 60,000 75,000)
11 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 418,000 (131,000 113,000 110,000 64,000 P not shown)
12 HOT SEAT Nine 409,000 (129,000 116,000 92,000 29,000 42,000)
13 DOCTOR WHO: RESOLUTION ABC 394,000 (145,000 105,000 57,000 38,000 49,000)
14 10 NEWS FIRST 10 387,000 (108,000 115,000 80,000 37,000 47,000)
15 YOUNG SHELDON -RPT EP1 Nine 382,000 (125,000 114,000 98,000 45,000 P not shown)
16 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V PERTH PRE GAME Seven 345,000 (147,000 141,000 8,000 3,000 47,000)
17 YOUNG SHELDON -RPT EP2 Nine 341,000 (119,000 101,000 84,000 38,000 P not shown)
18 JAMIE & THE NONNAS 10 314,000 (82,000 107,000 59,000 23,000 43,000)
19 THE PROJECT 7PM 10 314,000 (80,000 102,000 81,000 19,000 31,000)
20 300 YEARS OF FRENCH AND SAUNDERS RPT ABC 305,000 (90,000 110,000 36,000 30,000 38,000)
2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 4 -NIGHT 9Gem 103,000 (30,000 38,000 22,000 13,000 0)
2019 BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL DAY 3 -NIGHT 9GO! 89,000 (21,000 27,000 27,000 9,000 5,000)
2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 4 -DAY Nine 48,000 (Perth only)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek

Seven won the night thanks to the thrilling BBL match between the Thunder and the Scorchers.
The New Year's Day episode of Doctor Who rated quite well for the ABC.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

04 Jan 2019, 15:58

Ratings for Thursday, January 3 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 21.6%
Nine 16.8%
ABC 12.8%
10 8.5%
SBS 4.7%
7TWO 3.8%
7mate 3.6%
10Bold 3.6%
7Flix 3.3%
Viceland 3.3%
9GO! 2.9%
9Gem 2.9%
10Peach 2.7%
9Life 2.5%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.5%
ABC News 1.5%
SBSFood 1.3%
ABCMe 0.8%
7Food 0.5%
NITV 0.3%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 998,000 (260,000 302,000 190,000 120,000 127,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 867,000 (258,000 291,000 157,000 79,000 82,000)
3 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 854,000 (253,000 289,000 149,000 79,000 84,000)
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 817,000 (240,000 307,000 171,000 A not shown 99,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 669,000 (219,000 192,000 138,000 62,000 58,000)
6 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V ADELAIDE INNINGS BREAK Seven 654,000 (153,000 240,000 96,000 116,000 50,000)
7 ABC NEWS ABC 650,000 (176,000 199,000 91,000 74,000 109,000)
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D1 S3 Seven 582,000 (180,000 181,000 87,000 65,000 68,000)
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V ADELAIDE S2 Seven 570,000 (126,000 199,000 86,000 110,000 48,000)
10 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V ADELAIDE S1 Seven 563,000 (144,000 201,000 88,000 98,000 33,000)
11 ESCAPE FROM THE CITY ABC 548,000 (148,000 174,000 84,000 50,000 92,000)
12 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V ADELAIDE POST GAME Seven 517,000 (85,000 161,000 86,000 126,000 58,000)
13 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D1 S2 Seven 481,000 (149,000 151,000 59,000 73,000 49,000)
14 GRAND DESIGNS AUSTRALIA ABC 419,000 (113,000 136,000 73,000 37,000 62,000)
15 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D1 S1 Seven 415,000 (130,000 116,000 69,000 59,000 41,000)
16 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V ADELAIDE PRE GAME Seven 411,000 (139,000 188,000 4,000 72,000 8,000)
17 10 NEWS FIRST 10 383,000 (98,000 89,000 94,000 51,000 50,000)
18 GREAT GETAWAYS Nine 380,000 (147,000 112,000 83,000 38,000 P not shown)
19 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D1 LUNCH Seven 373,000 (112,000 116,000 54,000 57,000 34,000)
20 HOT SEAT Nine 357,000 (108,000 109,000 68,000 37,000 34,000)
TERRITORY COPS RPT 10 251,000
2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 6 -NIGHT 9Gem 102,000 (40,000 37,000 17,000 9,000 P aired on Nine)
2019 BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL DAY 4 -NIGHT 9GO! 81,000
2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 6 -NIGHT Nine 42,000 (Perth only)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Decent figures for the debut of Escape from the City, the local version of popular BBC lifestyle show Escape to the Country.
Seven News managed to beat Nine News in Sydney and Melbourne despite the soft lead-in from test cricket. BBL did well for Seven too, holding its audience in Melbourne even though the home team (Renegades) struggled in its run chase against the Strikers.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

05 Jan 2019, 13:23

Ratings for Friday, January 4 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 20.5%
Nine 16.8%
ABC 13.1%
10 9.2%
SBS 6.7%
10 Bold 3.8%
7TWO 3.7%
9GO! 3.2%
7mate 3.1%
10 Peach 3.1%
9Gem 2.9%
9Life 2.8%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.6%
7flix 2.5%
SBS VICELAND 1.8%
ABC NEWS 1.5%
SBSFood 1.2%
ABC ME 0.6%
7Food 0.5%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 986,000 (253,000 312,000 182,000 114,000 127,000)
2 NINE NEWS Nine 913,000 (272,000 321,000 158,000 89,000 74,000)
3 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 896,000 (239,000 280,000 169,000 108,000 99,000)
4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 834,000 (232,000 300,000 141,000 90,000 70,000)
5 ABC NEWS ABC 668,000 (165,000 238,000 100,000 74,000 91,000)
6 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 663,000 (199,000 203,000 130,000 76,000 55,000)
7 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – HOBART V SYDNEY SIXERS POST GAME Seven 615,000 (154,000 198,000 100,000 91,000 72,000)
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D2 S3 Seven 580,000 (157,000 208,000 87,000 63,000 65,000)
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – HOBART V SYDNEY SIXERS S2 Seven 514,000 (147,000 152,000 90,000 83,000 42,000)
10 DEATH IN PARADISE RPT ABC 508,000 (143,000 174,000 70,000 64,000 56,000)
11 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D2 S2 Seven 490,000 (122,000 192,000 70,000 52,000 54,000)
12 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – HOBART V SYDNEY SIXERS S1 Seven 454,000 (130,000 134,000 85,000 74,000 31,000)
13 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – HOBART V SYDNEY SIXERS INNINGS BREAK Seven 440,000 (142,000 118,000 72,000 76,000 32,000)
14 HOT SEAT Nine 434,000 (122,000 158,000 78,000 38,000 38,000)
15 FATHER BROWN RPT ABC 419,000 (144,000 120,000 73,000 40,000 42,000)
16 10 NEWS FIRST 10 413,000 (107,000 122,000 83,000 46,000 54,000)
17 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D2 S1 Seven 397,000 (92,000 147,000 63,000 44,000 52,000)
18 RBT -RPT Nine 352,000 (124,000 126,000 67,000 35,000 P not shown)
19 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D2 LUNCH Seven 341,000 (77,000 123,000 54,000 43,000 44,000)
20 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – HOBART V SYDNEY SIXERS PRE GAME Seven 302,000 (108,000 125,000 20,000 35,000 14,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

06 Jan 2019, 13:26

Ratings for Saturday, January 5 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 20.8%
Nine 17.7%
ABC 11.8%
10 8.3%
7mate 5.3%
SBS 4.7%
7TWO 4.2%
9Life 3.5%
7flix 3.4%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 3.3%
10 Peach 3.0%
10 Bold 2.5%
9Gem 2.4%
SBS VICELAND 2.2%
9GO! 2.0%
ABC NEWS 1.7%
SBSFood 1.4%
7Food 0.8%
ABC ME 0.6%
NITV 0.3%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS – SAT Seven 833,000 (220,000 244,000 170,000 91,000 109,000)
2 NINE NEWS SATURDAY Nine 713,000 (229,000 250,000 118,000 56,000 59,000)
3 ABC NEWS-SAT ABC 611,000 (153,000 188,000 114,000 79,000 76,000)
4 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D3 S3 Seven 606,000 (204,000 178,000 90,000 58,000 76,000)
5 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D3 S2 Seven 582,000 (194,000 161,000 87,000 64,000 77,000)
6 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D3 S1 Seven 510,000 (181,000 134,000 82,000 49,000 65,000)
7 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D3 LUNCH Seven 491,000 (173,000 124,000 69,000 59,000 66,000)
8 LITTLE WOMEN ABC 440,000 (126,000 143,000 74,000 43,000 54,000)
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D3 RAIN DELAY Seven 439,000 (130,000 128,000 71,000 55,000 55,000)
10 MOVIE: WILLY WONKA & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY RPT Seven 435,000 (129,000 152,000 68,000 38,000 48,000)
11 BORDER SECURITY RPT Seven 346,000 (121,000 100,000 44,000 44,000 37,000)
12 10 NEWS FIRST SAT 10 317,000 (105,000 90,000 55,000 27,000 39,000)
13 AGATHA CHRISTIE’S ORDEAL BY INNOCENCE RPT ABC 304,000 (100,000 97,000 44,000 30,000 33,000)
14 2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 8 -NIGHT Nine 266,000 (78,000 87,000 41,000 30,000 30,000)
15 MOVIE: WE BOUGHT A ZOO RPT Seven 260,000 (78,000 90,000 29,000 26,000 37,000)
16 WEEKEND SUNRISE – SAT Seven 257,000 (74,000 76,000 53,000 24,000 30,000)
17 AMBULANCE AUSTRALIA EP 2 RPT 10 250,000 (88,000 71,000 34,000 23,000 34,000)
18 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D3 PRE GAME Seven 249,000 (92,000 69,000 59,000 24,000 5,000)
19 GARDA DOWN UNDER -RPT Nine 238,000 (86,000 76,000 51,000 26,000 P not shown)
20 NINE NEWS: FIRST AT FIVE Nine 220,000 (77,000 71,000 46,000 26,000 P not shown)
2019 HOPMAN CUP DAY 8 -LATE Nine 216,000
2019 BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL DAY 6 9Gem! 73,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Nine’s decision to show the Hopman Cup final on main channel backfired, as the tennis was thumped by the repeat of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and the FTA premiere of BBC mini-series Little Women on the ABC.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

06 Jan 2019, 13:32

Ratings for the week ending January 5 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 20.6%
Nine 17.4%
ABC 13.5%
10 8.1%
SBS 5.8%
7mate 3.6%
7TWO 3.5%
7flix 2.3%
7food 0.8%
9Life 2.9%
9Gem 2.8%
9GO! 2.6%
10Bold 3.8%
10Peach 3.2%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.7%
ABC News 1.5%
ABCME 0.8%
Viceland 2.6%
SBSFood 1.3%
NITV 0.2%

Seven claimed the first ratings week of 2019 thanks to live BBL, but the ABC had the week’s most-watched program with the Sydney New Year’s Eve midnight fireworks.
Seven won Tuesday to Saturday. Nine scored Sunday and ABC had a victory on Monday. ABC bettered 10 on Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, both tied on Tuesday.
Seven won all cities except Brisbane, which fell to Nine.
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

07 Jan 2019, 23:04

Ratings for Sunday, January 6 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 21.0%
Nine 15.5%
ABC 11.1%
10 10.9%
SBS 8.2%
9GO! 4.4%
9Life 3.6%
7TWO 3.4%
7mate 3.3%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 3.0%
9Gem 2.7%
10Bold 2.3%
10Peach 2.5%
7Flix 2.1%
Viceland 1.7%
7Food 1.2%
SBSFood 1.2%
ABCNews 1.0%
ABCMe 0.6%
NITV 0.5%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS – SUN         Seven Network           910,000           258,000            237,000           200,000           77,000 138,000
2 NINE NEWS SUNDAY        Nine     785,000           227,000           277,000            144,000           80,000 57,000
3 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – ADELAIDE V SYDNEY SIXERS S1 Seven Network           585,000           156,000           169,000           127,000            91,000 43,000
4 ABC NEWS SUNDAY ABC 569,000           163,000           184,000           83,000            58,000 82,000
5 60 MINUTES            Nine     560,000           191,000           158,000           109,000            58,000 44,000
6 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – ADELAIDE V SYDNEY SIXERS S2            Seven 552,000            129,000           177,000           90,000 105,000            50,000
7 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – ADELAIDE V SYDNEY SIXERS INNINGS BREAK Seven 536,000      127,000           161,000           108,000            93,000 48,000
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D4 S2 RAIN DELAY Seven Network           504,000           144,000           166,000           94,000 48,000            52,000
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D4 S2       Seven Network           488,000           148,000           153,000           86,000 43,000 58,000
10 CREEK TO COAST           Seven Network           424,000           120,000            141,000           76,000 37,000 50,000
11 VERA RPT ABC     410,000           105,000           150,000           60,000 39,000            55,000
12 THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW Network 10      377,000           96,000 129,000            80,000 30,000 42,000
13 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – ADELAIDE V SYDNEY SIXERS PRE GAME Seven 369,000            131,000           157,000           12,000 55,000 14,000
14 GRAND DESIGNS: HOUSE OF THE YEAR RPT           ABC     363,000            74,000 139,000           56,000 33,000 60,000
15 CREEK TO COAST-EP.2  Seven Network           354,000           101,000            113,000           67,000 29,000 44,000
16 SEVEN NEWS AT 5          Seven Network           332,000           98,000 103,000            64,000 29,000 38,000
17 10 NEWS FIRST SUN       Network 10      331,000           100,000           76,000            82,000 30,000 43,000
18 DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S BLUE PLANET II -RPT      Nine     325,000            105,000           90,000 58,000 29,000 44,000
19 THE SUNDAY PROJECT 7PM     Network 10      322,000           80,000 115,000            71,000 24,000 31,000
20 SEVEN’S CRICKET: FOURTH TEST – AUSTRALIA V INDIA D4 RAIN DELAY            Seven Network           313,000           80,000 110,000           44,000 29,000            49,000
INDIAN PACIFIC -LEG 2 SBS 283,000
INDIAN PACIFIC -LEG 3 SBS 268,000
INDIAN PACIFIC -LEG 1 SBS 262,000
2019 BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL DAY 7 -NIGHT 9GO! 122,000 (29,000 36,000 32,000 10,000 15,000)
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
 
Seven again won the night thanks to the BBL, while the 3 hour slow TV documentary on the Indian Pacific train lifted SBS’s shares but the ratings were down on 12 months ago when the multicultural broadcaster aired The Ghan.
 
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

08 Jan 2019, 22:56

Ratings for Monday, January 7 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 19.0%
Nine 18.7%
ABC 13.4%
10 10.1%
10Bold 4.8%
7TWO 4.6%
SBS 4.6%
9GO! 3.8%
10Peach 3.5%
7mate 3.4%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.8%
9Life 2.2%
9Gem 2.1%
ABC News 1.5%
Viceland 1.4%
7Flix 1.3%
SBSFood 1.2%
ABCMe 0.9%
7Food 0.7%
NITV 0.2%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS         Seven Network           888,000           234,000           214,000            186,000           119,000           134,000
2 NINE NEWS 6:30    Nine     880,000           276,000           290,000           180,000            66,000 68,000
3 NINE NEWS Nine     873,000           288,000           282,000           177,000            57,000 70,000
4 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT            Seven Network           846,000            244,000           226,000           154,000           113,000           109,000
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR          Nine     738,000           266,000           214,000            143,000           64,000 52,000
6 ABC NEWS ABC     678,000           184,000           226,000           110,000            71,000 87,000
7 7.30 SUMMER ABC            553,000           145,000           198,000           93,000            51,000 65,000
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V HOBART S2 Seven 515,000  124,000           217,000           83,000 57,000 35,000
9 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V HOBART S1 Seven 514,000  127,000           213,000           92,000 56,000 27,000
10 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V HOBART INNINGS BREAK Seven 499,000  123,000           210,000           79,000            54,000 32,000
11 HOT SEAT Nine     443,000           157,000           135,000           98,000 26,000            28,000
12 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven Network           439,000           113,000            105,000           126,000           47,000 47,000
13 THE PROJECT 7PM         Network 10      432,000           129,000           147,000            79,000 37,000 39,000
14 BACK ROADS RPT           ABC     420,000           105,000           156,000            65,000 38,000 57,000
15 10 NEWS FIRST   Network 10      401,000           100,000           104,000            89,000 46,000 62,000
16 AMBULANCE AUSTRALIA RPT  Network 10      373,000           120,000            110,000           71,000 34,000 39,000
17 ROYAL WIVES OF WINDSOR RPT         ABC     365,000           91,000 141,000            57,000 27,000 50,000
18 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V HOBART PRE GAME Seven 325,000           89,000 157,000           6,000   60,000            14,000
19 HOT SEAT -5PM   Nine     299,000           109,000           91,000 62,000 18,000            20,000
20 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – MELBOURNE RENEGADES V HOBART POST GAME Seven 295,000        69,000 115,000           48,000 40,000            24,000
SUNRISE Seven 233,000
TODAY Nine 212,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mumbrella
 
Nine was very competitive against Seven in primary shares last night, with Fast4 tennis in Sydney and Melbourne, and RBT and a movie in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Fast4 averaged 245,000 across five capital cities.
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Re: Australian free-to-air TV thread 2019

09 Jan 2019, 23:40

Ratings for Tuesday, January 8 (non-ratings period)
Audience share:
Seven 19.0%
Nine 17.9%
ABC 11.8%
10 9.4%
SBS 7.3%
10Bold 4.3%
7TWO 4.0%
9Gem 3.1%
9Life 3.1%
10Peach 3.1%
9GO! 3.0%
7mate 2.8%
ABC KIDS / COMEDY 2.7%
ABC News 1.7%
Viceland 1.6%
SBSFood 1.6%
7Flix 1.5%
7Food 1.1%
ABCMe 0.8%
NITV 0.3%
 
National top programs – overnight figures: (figures for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in brackets)
1 SEVEN NEWS Seven 905,000 (250,000 218,000 182,000 109,000 146,000)
2 SEVEN NEWS / TODAY TONIGHT Seven 846,000 (232,000 232,000 155,000 103,000 124,000)
3 NINE NEWS Nine 842,000 (252,000 309,000 151,000 68,000 61,000)
4 NINE NEWS 6:30 Nine 833,000 (249,000 316,000 142,000 62,000 64,000)
5 A CURRENT AFFAIR Nine 688,000 (218,000 232,000 117,000 55,000 66,000)
6 ABC NEWS ABC 644,000 (183,000 206,000 94,000 59,000 102,000)
7 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V BRISBANE INNINGS B Seven 611,000 (158,000 208,000 143,000 68,000 34,000)
8 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V BRISBANE S1 Seven 531,000 (136,000 174,000 133,000 54,000 34,000)
9 7.30 SUMMER ABC 528,000 (137,000 176,000 77,000 48,000 90,000)
10 THE CHASE AUSTRALIA Seven 465,000 (129,000 127,000 105,000 50,000 54,000)
11 SEVEN’S CRICKET: BIG BASH LEAGUE – SYDNEY THUNDER V BRISBANE S2 Seven 435,000 (100,000 161,000 100,000 43,000 31,000)
12 HOT SEAT Nine 422,000 (129,000 130,000 84,000 43,000 37,000)
13 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP2 Nine 420,000 (125,000 121,000 84,000 39,000 52,000)
14 THE BIG BANG THEORY -RPT EP1 Nine 413,000 (140,000 122,000 68,000 38,000 46,000)
15 THE PROJECT 7PM 10 392,000 (107,000 126,000 71,000 40,000 48,000)
16 FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT ABC 370,000 (101,000 119,000 64,000 32,000 54,000)
17 10 NEWS FIRST 10 369,000 (86,000 110,000 72,000 42,000 59,000)
18 AMBULANCE AUSTRALIA RPT 10 350,000 (109,000 98,000 67,000 39,000 37,000)
19 MOVIE: WE’RE THE MILLERS -RPT Nine 336,000 (86,000 108,000 59,000 43,000 40,000)
20 THE HUMAN BODY: SECRETS OF YOUR LIFE REVEALED RPT ABC 317,000 (90,000 96,000 47,000 36,000 48,000)
SUNRISE Seven 235,000
TODAY Nine 210,000
SEVEN’S CRICKET: WBBL: SYDNEY THUNDER V MELBOURNE RENEGADES S2 7mate 105,000
SEVEN’S CRICKET: WBBL: SYDNEY THUNDER V MELBOURNE RENEGADES S1 7mate 92,000
(OzTAM preliminary estimates, mainland capitals)
Sources: throng.com.au, Mediaweek
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