Advertisement

Season 4 of mind-bending HBO drama WESTWORLD arrives today on BINGE and FOXTEL

The official trailer for the Emmy winning sci-fi drama series Westworld, starring an exceptional cast including Emmy winner Thandiwe Newton, Evan Rachel Wood, Ed Harris and Jeffrey Wright, has been released ahead of the return of its fourth season.

Who murdered and dumped BELINDA WILLIAMS? – This week on MILLION DOLLAR MURDERS

On a cold wintry evening, in June 1999, Belinda Williams’ 6-year-old daughter, was frightened by the dark, so her mum tucked her back into bed and read her to sleep with fairy tales.

Fox Sports research reveals Aussie cricket obsession this summer

Latest

Meet the cast of AUSTRALIAN NINJA WARRIOR 2022 on Channel 9

Our teens will face off with a battle-hardened field of fan favourites, including last year’s furthest fastest Ninja, Zak Stolz, alongside Ashlin Herbert, Ben Polson, Olivia Vivian and Fred Dorrington.

REVEALED | Six brand new shows on the way as Channel 10 moves PILOT WEEK exclusive to 10 PLAY

Unlike past years, Channel 10 appears to be avoiding a free-to-air broadcast for any of the six 'unique local" pilots, with the network is instead opting to make the experience exclusive to its 10 Play streaming platform.
- Advertisement -

Share

Demonstrating their fanaticism, almost four in ten (38 per cent) Aussies and 81 per cent of cricket fans have revealed they would trade in milestone events including birthdays and weddings just to watch the iconic Boxing Day test, while one in five (22 per cent) of full-time workers would skip a day at the office to tune into the action at the MCG, and Fox Cricket makes watching from the screen even more appealing with select matches in 4k Ultra-High Definition. 

Giving new meaning to the concept of “chucking a sickie”, almost a quarter (24 per cent) of working Aussies have confessed to calling in sick so they can watch a match throughout the summer with one in five (21 per cent) Aussies watching the cricket while at work, pointing to the wane of the traditional “sickie”, with Fox Cricket making it easier than ever before to access matches via Kayo, Foxtel Now and Foxtel GO.

- Advertisement -


Leading the nations love of cricket, more than half of cricket fans living in New South Wales (73 per cent) and Victoria (70 per cent) admit they have prioritised the cricket over a chance of finding romance on a date, exercise, and a restful night of sleep.

From the lounge to the beachside, one quarter (24%) of Aussies opt to most commonly watch the cricket via their mobile device through Foxtel or Kayo apps.

Matt Weiss, General Manager – Fox Cricket, said:

“It’s no surprise Aussies are absolutely loving the cricket this summer. The sport has so much history and we’re privileged to be able to broadcast it to the masses on Fox Cricket. It has been an enthralling Ashes series thus far and there’s still plenty of action to come. It is interesting to see how our viewing habits have changed, we are taking cricket with us wherever we go.”

Cementing Australia’s love for the game, this Ashes series has so far been the most watched ever across Foxtel and Kayo. The Boxing Day test broke more records with Day Three, Session One averaging 406,000 viewers as Australia wrapped up the match inside 70-minutes of live play.[i] There was also an audience peak of 758,000 across Foxtel and Kayo in the final session of play in the Sydney Test.[ii]

This summer, Australians can continue to feed their obsession for cricket with coverage of the final Ashes test in Hobart this weekend along with upcoming Men’s and Women’s internationals, The Women’s Ashes Series and BBL finals later this month, all live on Foxtel, with some matches in 4K Ultra-High-Definition.

Live and ad break free during play, fans can enjoy every unmissable moment on Fox Cricket this summer, available on Foxtel and Kayo.

Fox Cricket is available to watch on Foxtel and stream on Kayo.

Subscribe to KAYO now and enjoy all this sport action and more on a 14-Day Free Trial.

Kayo Sports

[i] Source: Total Viewing, 000s, 2021/22 The Ashes Third Test (Melbourne) v 2020/21 v India Second Test (Melbourne). Linear (STV) & (Metro): OzTAM National Panel & OzTAM Metro Panel, Total People, Average Audience. VPM: OzTAM VPM Data, Total People, VPM Rating, LIVE + VOD (up to 7 Days). Kayo: Internal Data, LIVE Average Audience. LIVE audiences weighted to duration of LIVE broadcast. Preliminary Overnight Data.

[ii] Source: Total Viewing, 000s, 2021/22 The Ashes Fourth Test (Sydney) v 2020/21 v India Second Test (Sydney). Linear (STV) & (Metro): OzTAM National Panel & OzTAM Metro Panel, Total People, Average Audience. VPM: OzTAM VPM Data, Total People, VPM Rating, LIVE + VOD (up to 7 Days). Kayo: Internal Data, LIVE Average Audience. LIVE audiences weighted to duration of LIVE broadcast. Preliminary Overnight Data.

- Advertisement -

Comments

Join or social media

- Advertisement -

Latest News

Podcasts

While everyone in the industry gets over their Logies hangover we’ll bring you the good, the bad and the ugly – and there was plenty of each! | TV Blackbox S07E21