Summer TV Ratings, January 23, 2024: Jannik Sinner books his spot in semi-final clash with Djokovic at the Australian Open

TV Ratings Australian Open

ABC took the Back Roads with Heather Ewart.

• 456,000 watched The Chase Australia on Seven.
• 185,000 tuned in for the second quarter-final of Gladiators on 10. 

Overnight Ratings

Tuesday night TV Ratings saw Nine win the primary channel and network share with 28.5% and 36.7% thanks to the Australian Open. The highest-rated multichannel was GEM with 3.7%.

Seven recorded a primary share of 17.3% and a network share of 27.7%.
The ABC recorded a primary share of 10.2% and a network share of 14.1%.
10 recorded a primary share of 8.1% and a network share of 13.2%.
SBS recorded a primary share of 4.6% and a network share of 8.2%.

On Nine, the Australian Open’s night ten session saw Jannik Sinner beat Andrey Rublev 6-4, 7-6 (5), 6-3. The match went late into the night, finishing after 1:00 am. As a result of the win, Sinner will now face Novak Djokovic for a place in the final. If Djokovic makes the finals and wins, it will be his 11th Australian Open title. 222,000 tuned in during the day while 661,000 tuned in during the night session to watch Aryna Sabalenka defeat Barbora Krejčíková. 

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On Seven, 456,000 tuned in to The Chase Australia while 330,000 watched a repeat of The 1% Club. Home and Away saw 418,000 tune in as Theo got caught between Justin and Leah, while an opportunity came knocking for Rose.

ABC’s Back Roads saw 349,000 viewers as Heather Ewart headed to the New England region in NSW and the former gold town of Uralla. There, she found the locals uncovering a different kind of treasure, finding riches and using it to invest in a sustainable future. 7:30 also aired, bringing in 390,000 viewers. 

On 10, The Project 7pm saw 243,000 tune in. In the second quarter-final of Gladiators, 185,000 tuned in to see Kalani battling Jonny and Makedonka compete against Janice in Hang Tough, Tilt, Pyramid and The Wall.

The highest-rated non-news show on SBS was Who Do You Think You Are? with 120,000 tuning in. 

Total TV Ratings: January 16

Nine’s coverage of Day 3 of the Australian Open topped the night, bringing in 998,000 with a lift of 10%.

Home and Away topped entertainment for Seven with 895,000, lifting by 29%. 

The second episode of Gladiators on 10 saw 395,000 tune in, lifting by 31%.

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