Summer TV Ratings, December 28, 2023: Great Getaways headed to France, Vanuatu and WA’s Shark Bay

Great Getaways

A repeat of Grand Designs was a winner for ABC

• The Hurricanes took on the Stars in Big Bash
• 505k tune into Great Getaways in Total TV

Overnight TV Ratings, December 28

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Seven won Thursday night with a primary share of 33.2% and a network share of 23.3%.

7Two has won multi-channels with a 3.8% share.

Nine received a primary share of 30.5% and a network share of 20.2.%.

Ten took a 12.4% primary share and a network share of 6.3%.


549,000 watched Nine’s A Current Affair which explored how in Queensland’s Gold Coast hinterland, several residents’ homes are slowly slipping away, due to severe weather.

Then, 294,000 watched Great Getaways as the team visited the wine region of Bordeaux in France. They also visited Vanuatu and had an indigenous experience in WA’s Shark Bay.


334,000 sat down for an evening of sport with Seven’s Big Bash. The Hurricanes took on the Stars from Blundstone Arena. The Stars won by seven wickets with three balls remaining, finishing 67/3 to 155.


137,000 watched ABC’s Film Stars Don’t Lie in Liverpool which followed ageing Hollywood superstar Gloria Grahame and her much younger lover, Peter Turner.

142,000 then watched a repeat of Grand Designs.


On 10, viewers tuned in to The Project (91,000 6.30 pm /128,000 7.00 pm) as the panel were joined by Ronnie Woods.

A repeat of Thank God You’re Here then followed as actor Virginia Gay and comedians Guy Montgomery, Danielle Walker and Aaron Chen, stepped through the blue door. 124,000 tuned in.


Over on SBS, 80,000 tuned in to see Ruthless: Monopoly’s Secret History. The documentary looked at the untold tale of theft, obsession and corporate double-dealing behind the board game Monopoly.

Then, Costa Concordia: Why She Sank reached 102,000.

Total TV Ratings, December 21

381,000 caught ABC’s Grand Designsup 6%.

505,000 watched Nine’s Great Getaways, up 7%.

224,000 tuned in to 10’s Jamie’s Christmas Shortcuts, up 7%.

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