Tuesday, March 5, 2024

    Latest Posts

    Summer TV Ratings, December 14, 2023: David Warner smashes it out of the park with 26th Test Cricket century

    • A repeat of Grand Designs a winner for ABC
    • David Warner becomes Australia’s fifth-leading Test Cricket run-scorer

    Overnight TV Ratings, December 14

    Share summary

    Nine won Thursday night with a primary share of 20.0% and a network share of 30.3%.

    9Gem has won multi channels with a 4.3% share.

    Seven received a primary share of 19.8% and a network share of 29.2%.

    10 took a 7.2% primary share and a network share of 14.6%.


    559,000 watched Nine’s A Current Affair which explored how Kathleen Folbigg had waited more than 20 years to hear the words “conviction quashed”, which were finally delivered by a judge on December 14.

    Then, 336,000 watched Great Getaways. This week, the team went on a very Christmasy cruise through Europe.

    A repeat of RPA followed for 238,000 as we were reunited with Joelene who recently underwent marathon surgery to remove a recurrence of a rare type of cancer.

    A repeat of Children’s Hospital was up next for 172,000. 


    477,000 watched spot of sport with Test Cricket 1st Match – Session 3 on Seven as Australia took on Pakistan at Optus Stadium. Our home team chose to bat during Day One, finishing 346/5 (84). David Warner smashed out his 26th Test century, making him Australia’s fifth-leading run-scorer in the format’s history. 346,000 watched Session 2 and 246,000 saw Session 1.

    The Spin followed for 173,000 as Lisa Sthalekar, Brad Hodge and Jason Richardson took a deep dive into the wild world of cricket.

    Will Smith’s popular flick, Men In Black was up next for 116,000.


    336,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 as the program looked at how Kakadu National Park’s traditional owners have taken Parks Australia to the High Court. Plus the medical student who is sharing advice on TikTok about studying medicine.

    220,000 then watched Project Wild. Nature nerd Dr Ann Jones travelled through the Indo-Pacific region to find the dedicated people bringing our planet’s amazing animals, plants and ecosystems back from the brink in Cambodia.

    A repeat of Grand Designs was up next for 243,000 as architectural designer Dan and interior designer Nina wanted to build a sleek, unique larch-clad family house. 


    On 10, viewers began their evening with The Project (132,000 6.30 pm / 178,000 7.30 pm) as the panel welcomed Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney via satellite to talk about their new film Anyone But You. The program also looked at how the pay dispute between Netball Australia and its players is now over, with CEO Kelly Ryan resigning after a pay deal was made.

    Jamie’s Christmas Shortcuts then followed as Jamie Oliver shared his recipes for a spectacular Christmas feast. 166,000 tuned in.

    111,000 then watched a repeat of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.


    Over on SBS, saw 86,000 tune in to see The Secret World of… This week, it was all about Cereal! Narrated by Jo Brand, we met the key brains behind the most iconic breakfast brands and heard about the battles that gave us the cereal winners.

    Total TV Ratings, December 7

    713,000 caught ABC’s Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australiaup 23%.

    508,000 viewed Seven’s Big Bash, up 0%.

    487,000 watched Nine’s Great Getaways, up 8%.

    The post Summer TV Ratings, December 14, 2023: David Warner smashes it out of the park with 26th Test Cricket century appeared first on Mediaweek.

    Latest Posts

    Don't Miss

    Stay in touch

    To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.