Summer TV Ratings, January 10, 2024: Mackenzie struggles to move forward on Home and Away

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Another week, another popular repeat of Hard Quiz

• The Heat take on the Scorchers at the Big Bash
• An emotional farewell at Taronga Zoo

Overnight TV Ratings, January 10

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Seven won Wednesday night with a primary share of 21.4% and a network share of 33.6%.

7.2 has won multi-channels with a 4.2% share.

Nine received a primary share of 18.5% and a network share of 28.6%.

10 took a 7.1% primary share and a network share of 13.2%.


535,000 watched Nine’s A Current Affair who spoke to tennis star Alex De Minaur who has been announced as a World Vision ambassador, hoping to raise awareness about global issues affecting children, including poverty, education and healthcare.

Then, 354,000 watched Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo where it was an emotional farewell as the marine keepers waved goodbye to the five-year-old Australian Sea Lion, ‘Moby’.

247,000 also saw Clarkson’s Farm as Jeremy Clarkson discovered why British farmers always complain about the weather.

Police Rescue Australia also reached 138,000.


409,000 began their evening with Seven’s Home and Away as Xander was forced to ask Levi for help and after a series of heart attacks, Mackenzie was too scared to leave the hospital.

315,000 stayed on for another round of the Big Bash, where the Heat took on the Scorchers at the Gabba. The Brisbane Heat won by 23 runs finishing 191/6 (20) to 168/9 (20).


354,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore how a massive expansion has been planned for a rocket base in east Arnhem Land, but not everyone is convinced it’s what the region needs. David Speers also interviewed Treasurer Jim Chalmers

298,000 then watched a repeat of Tom Gleeson’s Hard Quiz before 212,000 saw Australia’s Open.


On 10, viewers tuned in to The Project (194,000 7.00 pm) as the panel spotlighted how workers with a disability are being paid considerably less than minimum wage and less super by disability employment agencies, and it’s all perfectly legal.

Cult comedy Meet the Parents followed for 123,000, before 80,000 saw it’s sequel, Meet the Fockers.


Over on SBS, 71,000 tuned in to see Dinosaur – with Stephen Fry as actor Stephen Fry was transported 155 million years back in time to the first Golden Age of the dinosaurs, the Jurassic when they grew into giants.

Then, the UK documentary, The Elon Musk Show, reached 83,000.

Total TV Ratings, January 3

617,000 caught ABC’s Hard Quizup 5%.

431,000 watched Nine’s United Cup, up 9%.

382,000 saw Fargo, up 329%.

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