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    TV Ratings September 7, 2023: Craig McCrae’s Collingwood prediction comes true in AFL Quarter Final

    • The Sharks took on the Dragons in the NRL Women’s Premiership

    Total TV Ratings, August 31

    840,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away as Xander was a thorn in Rose’s side, up 25%. 764,000 also saw Home and Away — Late where John had bigger problems than a hangover, up 29%.

    751,000 watched 10’s Gogglebox Australia as our favourite friends and families watched ABC’s Mother and Son, 10’s Thank God You’re Here, Nine’s The Block and Binge’s And Just Like That, up 37%.

    748,000 watched Nine’s NRL Thursday Night Footy. The Broncos took on the Storm with Melbourne beating Brisbane 32 – 22, up 12%.

    Overnight TV Ratings, September 7

     

    Primetime News
    Seven News 805,000 (6:00pm) / 803,000 (6:30pm)
    Nine News 744,000 (6:00pm) / 729,000 (6:30pm)
    ABC News 429,000
    10 News First 220,000 (5:00pm)/ 146,000 (6:00pm)
    SBS World News 137,000 (6:30pm)/ 108,000 (7:00pm)

    Daily Current Affairs
    A Current Affair 594,000
    7.30 279,000
    The Project 172,000 6:30pm / 236,000 7pm

    Breakfast TV
    Sunrise 221,000
    Today 195,000
    News Breakfast 147,000

    Seven won Thursday night with a primary share of 30.4% and a network share of 39.4%. 7Two has won multi channels with a 3.4% share.

    There was no Home and Away last night on Seven, instead, it was the Quarter Final of the AFL. 416,000 watched the Pre-Match before the Magpies took on the Demons in the first qualifying final. Collingwood took the win 9.6 (60) to Melbourne’s 7.11 (53) in front of 733,000. The Post Game followed for 189,000 with a look back on all of the action from the match. Before the game, heavy rain made conditions difficult early on; however, after the first five minutes, Bobby Hill gave the Magpies two goals. Collingwood will now host a preliminary final at the MCG in a fortnight’s time with coach Craig McRae predicting his side’s win earlier this week, telling reporters: “See you in a couple of weeks”.

    Nine’s A Current Affair (594,000) spoke to the child of a convicted killer who wants their missing father to hear a powerful message as cold case detectives zero in on the unsolved 1997 murder of Meaghan Louise Rose. Then, 116,000 tuned in for NRL Women’s Premiership where the Sharks took on the Dragons. The Sharks took the win 16 – 8. 

    On 10, The Project (172,000 6:30pm / 236,000 7pm) welcomed Boy George to the desk while Waleed Aly spoke with rock n’ roll royalty the Rolling Stones who have announced the release date of their first new album in 18 years. Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly then followed for 333,000 where Graeme rounded out his Australian odyssey visiting three very cheeky pups. 420,000 then sat down for Gogglebox Australia where the couch warmers dissected Designing the Hebrides, A.I v Human: The Creativity Experiment and Prime Video’s Lioness. A repeat of Shark Tank was up next for 138,000. As usual, a poignant moment of the series came from Malik Fahd who shared a beautiful Father’s Day card with his dad, Matty.

    279,000watched ABC’s 7.30 explored the inquest into how a knife-wielding 20-year-old was fatally shot by police and looked at short-term rentals and their impact on the housing crisis. Laura Tingle also interviewed Catherine KingForeign Correspondent followed. A year after the Uvalde school shooting in Texas the community is still traumatised and they’re angry about the inadequate police response on the day, determined to change the law on the sale of deadly assault rifles. 177,000 tuned in. Extraordinary Escapes was up next for 139,000. Broadcaster and super-brain Sandi Toksvig travelled to Donegal in the Republic of Ireland with sketch comedy queen Doon Mackichan. 116,000 then watched a repeat of Grand Designs New Zealand.

    The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Great Australian Walks with Julia Zemiro with 170,000 tuning in to see host Julia Zemiro arrive in Canberra. She was joined by one of Australia’s greatest sporting legends, David Pocock, who has now turned his hand to politics.

    The post TV Ratings September 7, 2023: Craig McCrae’s Collingwood prediction comes true in AFL Quarter Final appeared first on Mediaweek.

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