Summer TV Ratings, December 12, 2023: Travel Guides take us on a European adventure

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Another lady eliminates herself on The Bachelors

• Heat takes on the Thunder in the Big Bash
• Travel Guides reaches 934K in Total TV

Overnight TV Ratings, December 12

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Nine won Tuesday night with a primary share of 21.8% and a network share of 30.9%.

9Gem has won multi channels with a 3.9% share.

Seven received a primary share of 18.2% and a network share of 28.4%.

10 took a 7.3% primary share and a network share of 14.2%.


592,000 watched Nine’s A Current Affair where just 24 hours after the Tarei family shared their heartbreaking story with the program, the community has rallied to raise more than $300,000 to help them navigate the tough period ahead.

Then, 513,000 watched a repeat of Travel Guides as our intrepid explorers embarked on a spectacular European cruise spanning three countries along the Danube River, sailing through Germany, Austria and Hungary.

Crocodile Dundee then followed as 247,000 sat down for the iconic flick.


281,000 sat down for an evening of sport with Seven’s Big Bash. The Thunder took on the Heat from Manuka Oval. The Heat won by 20 runs finishing 151/7 (20) to 131 (19).


384,000 watched ABC’s 7.30. The program looked at how the UN Climate Summit COP28 has left some world leaders deeply unhappy and the debate over single-sex versus co-ed schooling. 

243,000 then watched a repeat of The Platypus Guardian. 

On Yakka: Australia at Work, the final episode looked at the services industry and the workers who have created it, sustained it and now dominate it: Australian women. 162,000 tuned in.

Believing in Australia followed for 102,000.


On 10, The Project (143,000 6.30 pm /221,000 7.00 pm) welcomed the stars of Wonka, Timothée Chalamet and Keegan Michael Key via satellite and looked at the most searched Google terms of 2023.

The Bachelors Australia then followed for 157,000 as our Bachelors took the women to a truffle farm for a luxurious group lunch date, until the Flowergate fallout situation rears its head again. Jade self-eliminated realising she was not on the same page as Wes.

NCIS then reached 122,000.


The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Who Do You Think You Are with 147,000 tuning in to see Matt Lucas, who had an exceptionally close bond with his late grandmother, who came to the UK in 1939 as a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany. 

Total TV Ratings, December 5

934,000 watched Nine’s Travel Guides, up 23%.

651,000 tuned in to a repeat of Seven’s Border Security: Australia’s Front Line, up 6%.

10’s The Bachelors Australia was up 51% to reach an audience of 314,000.

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