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    Summer TV Ratings, January 9, 2024: ABC’s Back Roads is back with a brand new season

    • The Strikers take on the Hurricanes in the Big Bash

    Overnight TV Ratings, January 9

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    Seven won Tuesday night with a primary share of 21.1% and a network share of 31.8%.

    7Mate and 7Gem have won multi-channels with a 4% share each.

    Nine received a primary share of 19.1% and a network share of 28.2%.

    10 took an 8.7% primary share and a network share of 15%.

    Nine

    565,000 watched Nine’s A Current Affair which explored how dozens of customers of an online Aussie retail giant have claimed their accounts have been hacked and their credit cards charged for purchases they never made.

    Then, 325,000 watched Planet Earth III as Sir David Attenborough focused on the incredible conservation champions on nature’s front line, fighting to preserve the future of our beautiful planet.

    Seven

    422,000 began their evening with Seven’s Home and Away where Eden manages to escape her kidnappers. Meanwhile, Dr Levi believes a dangerous surgery will save Remi’s life.

    287,000 stayed on for the Big Bash. The Strikers took on the Hurricanes at Adelaide Oval. The Strikers won by five wickets (four balls left) finishing 168/5 (19.2) to 165/7 (20).

    ABC

    402,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 as the program showed how Alaska Airlines passengers watched in horror as part of their plane blew out. Plus, there are calls for pill testing after several people overdosed at a Melbourne rave. David Speers also interviewed Queensland Premier Steven Miles.

    361,000 then watched the season 10 premiere of Back Roads with presenter Heather Ewart who visited the beachside village of Brunswick Heads.

    Australia’s Open followed for 230,000.

    10

    On 10, viewers tuned in to The Project (205,000 7.00 pm) as the panel looked at how new research has revealed that national rental prices have continued to soar, with rents growing at double-digit rates in many capital cities.

    225,000 then tuned in to Jack Reacher: Never Go Back which followed Jack Reacher who is forced to go on the lam to uncover the truth behind a massive government conspiracy that involves the death of US soldiers.

    SBS

    Over on SBS, 95,000 tuned in to see Courtney Cox (Friends, Cougar Town) trace her maternal line in Who Do You Think You Are (repeat).

    Then, Michael Palin in North Korea reached 109,000.

    Total TV Ratings, January 2

    712,000 watched a repeat of Nine’s Travel Guides, up 9%.

    422,000 caught ABC’s A Symphonic Odyssey: Professor Brian Coxup 12%.

    The post Summer TV Ratings, January 9, 2024: ABC’s Back Roads is back with a brand new season appeared first on Mediaweek.

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