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VOZ RATINGS | Viewers stay up late to celebrate England’s exit from Cricket World Cup

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On Saturday, 4th November 2023, Australian audiences tuned in to a variety of programming, with the VOZ ratings reflecting a diverse set of interests across the national viewership.

The ratings, drawn from VOZ, Australia’s ‘Total TV’ standard, provide insights into viewing habits across TV sets and connected devices, offering a comprehensive overview from metropolitan, regional, and streaming platforms including ABC iview, 7plus, 9NOW, 10play, and SBS On Demand.

Topping the ratings was Seven News with a viewership of 1,005,000, while Nine News Saturday was not far behind, garnering 924,000 viewers. ABC’s ABC News brought in a substantial audience as well, with 666,000 Australians tuning in.

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Channel 9

Channel 9’s offerings showcased a variety of programs that kept audiences engaged throughout the day. The ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 – Australia vs England was particularly popular, with Session 1 engaging 572,000 viewers, the Innings Break seen by 547,000, and the Pre-Match analysis pulling in 372,000. The Session 2 was viewed by 236,000 cricket fans.

Additionally, Pacific Championships – Finals: Kangaroos v Kiwis appealed to 279,000 sports fans. The channel’s morning lineup remained strong with Weekend Today – Saturday bringing in 274,000 and its late edition attracting 234,000. Getaway also piqued the interest of 409,000 travel enthusiasts.

Channel 7

The evening also saw a solid performance from Channel 7’s programming with Border Security – Australia’s Front Line (a repeat) attracting 652,000 viewers. The weekend episode of Weekend Sunrise held a viewership of 362,000, with its late edition capturing 352,000 people. Later in the day, Seven News at 5 drew 325,000 viewers.

Additionally, a repeat showing of the movie Raising Helen was watched by 298,000 individuals, and Seven’s Horse Racing 2023 engaged 170,000 racing enthusiasts. The Morning Show – Weekend also made the list with 167,000 viewers tuning in.

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Channel 10

On Channel 10, the repeat of the thrilling Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation kept 180,000 viewers on the edge of their seats.

ABC

ABC’s programming offered a blend of drama and informative content. Vera, a repeat viewing, was watched by 531,000 viewers. The drama series Shakespeare and Hathaway interested 499,000 individuals. ABC’s Weekend Breakfast roused 230,000 viewers to start their day informed, while ABC News at Noon was the choice for 191,000 Australians.

The encore of Annika also captured the attention of 186,000 viewers.

SBS

SBS provided international news coverage with SBS World News, which had 168,000 people tuned in.

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