The latest VOZ ratings are in for Monday, the 6th of November 2023, and they show a clear preference for news programming amongst Australian viewers.
Utilising the comprehensive ‘Total TV’ standard, VOZ, Australia’s new rating system, takes into account both TV set and connected device viewing to provide a complete picture of the nation’s viewing habits.
This system captures data across metro, regional, and streaming content from platforms like ABC iview, 7plus, 9NOW, 10play, and SBS On Demand.
The ratings are dominated by evening news bulletins with Seven News leading at 1,443,000, closely followed by Seven News at 6.30 with 1,406,000 viewers. Nine News wasn’t far behind, attracting 1,114,000 viewers, and its later edition Nine News 6:30 held a solid 1,090,000.
The ABC’s offering, ABC News, engaged 815,000 viewers. During the afternoon, Nine’s Afternoon News pulled in 404,000, while Seven News at 4.30 gathered 359,000. 10 News First from Channel 10 was watched by 325,000 people.
Channel 9’s robust lineup for Monday included A Current Affair capturing the attention of 969,000 viewers. Meanwhile, the family-focused reality show My Mum Your Dad maintained an audience of 490,000.
Channel 7 featured the daily drama of Home and Away with 853,000 beachside story enthusiasts. The much-anticipated Big Brother – Launch event welcomed 500,000 viewers into the house.
On Channel 10, the quizzical fun of Have You Been Paying Attention? engaged 840,000 viewers, while the musical mystery of The Masked Singer Australia: Greatest Hits captivated 581,000 fans. Rounding out the evening, The Project 7PM provided insights and discussions for 416,000 individuals.
ABC’s Australian Story captured the attention of 864,000 viewers. Investigative journalism remained a strong point as Four Corners reported to 605,000 and Media Watch was viewed by 579,000. 7.30 rounded out ABC’s offerings with 832,000.
In the breakfast time slot, Sunrise on Channel 7 greeted the morning with 415,000 viewers, while Channel 9’s Today show was close with 337,000. News Breakfast was not listed in the data provided.
Afternoon Game Shows
Game shows provided a competitive edge in the afternoon, with The Chase Australia on Channel 7 drawing 892,000 fans. On Channel 9, Hot Seat had a viewership of 502,000, and Tipping Point intrigued 439,000 quiz aficionados.