• 525,000 tuned in to the Second Australia vs West Indies Test.
Total TV Ratings, January 19
ABC had the program with the highest lift on total TV Ratings as Midsomer Murders lifted 19% for 467,000.
On Nine, Day 6 of the Australian Open increased by 10% to deliver a total TV Ratings audience of 867,000.
Overnight TV Ratings, January 26
Nine inched out the Friday night primary channel and network shares with 31% and 39.8%, respectively. 7mate won the multichannels with 4.2%.
Seven’s coverage of the second test between Australia and the West Indies saw 525,000 tune in as the West Indies currently lead by 35 runs.
Nine’s night coverage of Day 13 of the Australian Open saw 638,000 tune in as Jannik Sinner broke Novak Djokovic’s 33-winning game streak, knocking him out of the tournament. Sinner will now face Daniil Medvedev in the final on January 28. Medvedev himself beat Alexander Zverev to progress to the final. Nine also aired The Impossible to 338,000. The film follows a tourist family in Thailand caught in the destruction of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
On ABC, Australia Day Live topped entertainment with 264,000, as a concert was held at the Sydney Opera House forecourt with appearances from Casey Donovan, Dami Im, William Barton and more. Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears saw 102,000 tune in as Fisher began to unravel a mystery concerning priceless emeralds and ancient curses.
On 10, 161,000 tuned into The Project and Gladiators clocked 123,000 viewers as 2 Wildcard competitors competed for a second chance.
The highest-rated non-news program on SBS was Sex: A Bonkers History with 62,000.
The Second Australia vs West Indies Test saw 206,000 tune in on FOX Cricket.
The Big Break on FOX Cricket also saw 133,000 tune in and the Second Test Post Game saw 150,000 stay on.