Summer TV Ratings, December 15, 2022: France heads to the World Cup final

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Brisbane Heat clash with Melbourne Renegades in Big Bash

FINA World Short Course Championships continue in the pool

Total TV Ratings, December 8

Seven’s broadcast of the second Australia v West Indies test had 683,000 tune in for the third session, topping non-news despite OzTAM recording a 0% lift.

On Nine, Love Island Australia continued with its streak of massive total TV numbers, lifting 669% for a total audeince of 369,000.

Overnight TV Ratings, December 15

Primetime News
Nine News 764,000 (6:00pm)/711,000 (6:30pm)
Seven News 609,000 (6:00pm)/603,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 529,000
10 News First 186,000 (5:00pm)/153,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 113,000 (6:30pm)/111,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 469,000
7.30 450,000
The Project 149,000 (6:30pm)/ 220,000 (7pm)
The Drum 131,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 219,000
Today 169,000
News Breakfast 153,000

Seven has won the night with a primary share of 18.4%, while Nine has claimed the title on network share with 28.4%. Multichannels was won by 7Two with a share of 4.1%.

It was another big night of BBL on Seven, with the Brisbane Heat clashing with the Melbourne Renegades in Cairns. 274,000 tuned in as the Renegades claimed a 22-run victory. 

469,000 watched as Nine’s A Current Affair continued its investigation into the deadly Queensland siege that left six people dead, and met the heartbroken mum who was humiliated on Santa’s lap. The third night of the FINA Short Course World Championships had 241,000 tune in for the Men and Women’s 100m Freestyle, Men and Women’s 200m Butterfly, Men and Women’s 100m Breaststroke, and Men’s 400m Freestyle. 

7.30 brought 450,000 to the ABC as the show covered the insurance crisis in places affected by extreme weather, and gave an update on the war in Ukraine. A repeat of You Can’t Ask That spoke to kids for 239,000, before Dinosaur Apocalypse went back in time alongside Sir David Attenborough and 188,000 viewers.

On 10, The Project (149,000 6:30pm / 220,000 7pm) asked Robert Irwin how to look after wildlife over Summer and interviewed musician Alicia Keys. Jamie’s One-Pan Christmas then got  215,000 mouths watering.

Over in Qatar, France took on Morocco for a spot in the final. 339,000 tuned into SBS as France took the win 2-0, putting them through to play Argentina for the final. 

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