Summer TV Ratings, January 20, 2023: Sebastian Korda knocks Daniil Medvedev out of Australian Open


Fox Cricket’s Big Bash League coverage dominates STV

• The Chase beats Australian Open

Total TV Ratings, January 13

Seven’s The Chase won the top entertainment spot on total TV, bringing in 642,000 views and lifting 3%.

On ABC, A Grand Royal Design was up 16% to reach an audience of 639,000, while a repeat of Endeavour lifted 12% to reach 476,000.

The Australian Open Arena Showdown between Kyrgios and Djokovic rose 11% for 436,000 views on Nine.

Overnight TV Ratings, January 20

Nine has won the night with a primary share of 21.0% and a network share of 31.9%. 9Gem has topped multichannels with a 4.3% share.

Friday marked day five of the Australian Open on Nine. The second night session saw Sebastian Korda take on Daniil Medvedev, with 336,000 tuning in to watch Korda knock Medvedev out with a shock 7-6(7) 6-3 7-6(4) defeat.

Earlier in the night, Victoria Azarenka defeated Madison Keys in front of 336,000.

On Seven, The Chase topped entertainment with 402,000, followed by the summer edition of Better Homes and Gardens with 342,000, which saw Dr Harry check out a basset hound club.

On the ABC, Monty Don’s Adriatic Gardens clocked 303,000 as audiences joined Monty Don on a journey through Venice, including visits to gardens along the Grand Canal. Later in the night, a repeat of Endeavour reached 274,000 as a cab driver was found dead in his taxi, owing a large debt to a colleague.

On 10, 204,000 tuned in to watch Aussies Cate Blanchett and Margot Robbie on The Graham Norton Show. Earlier in the night, The 7PM Project did an investigation into whether the diss track is making a comeback and met with musician Marc Rebillet, clocking 201,000 views.

The highest-rated non-news show on SBS was Super Trains: The Race for Speed, with 106,000.


Fox Cricket’s Big Bash League coverage has dominated the night, claiming the top eight spots on subscription TV. The top program of the night saw the Brisbane Heat beat the Hobart Hurricanes, bringing in 219,000 views. The Big Break clocked 173,000, followed by the post-game coverage with 141,000.

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