TV Ratings February 13, 2023: How many tuned in to the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory?

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Intimacy Week kicks off of MAFS

• Heroes head to Tribal Council on Survivor
• Marcia Hines returns to Australian Idol 

Total TV Ratings, February 6

The first dinner party of the season kicked off on MAFS, up 67% with 1,881,000 watching as tensions rose to the point where Jesse told the cameras that he would “rather have a date with my toaster in the bathtub than have to listen to [Bronte] speak.” The launch of Big Miracles was up 36%, with 636,000 tuning in.

Seven’s Home and Away lifted 23%, cracking the million mark and bringing 1,031,000 to Summer Bay. Australian Idol had 814,000 total viewers, up 27% as Harry Connick Jr went to a school in small-town Scone, NSW, to audition 18-year-old Hamish Guiana.

On 10, Australian Survivor was up 50%, with 847,000 watching as the Heroes went to Tribal Council, but in a shock twist JLP told them that they had to send one of their own to the Villain’s camp.

Overnight TV Ratings, February 13

Primetime News
Seven News 914,000 (6:00pm) / 932,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 723,000 (6:00pm) / 751,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 556,000
10 News First 252,000 (5:00pm)/ 160,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 148,000 (6:30pm)/ 113,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 662,000
7.30 487,000
The Project 182,000 (6:30 pm)/ 299,000 (7pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 219,000
Today 191,000
News Breakfast 150,000

Nine has won the night with a primary share of 23.7% and a network share of 30.8%. On top for multichannels is 7Two with a 4.1% share.

Nine’s A Current Affair tracked down the friends of a woman who had allegedly faked terminal cancer, and asked 662,000 whether shopping trolleys should have a stop brake after a toddler suffered a brain bleed. Intimacy Week began on Married At First Sight, much to the joy of the show’s resident “horny mum,” Melissa. Her husband Josh, however, was far less enthused. 779,000 watched as the couples dealt with the fallout of the Commitment Ceremony, and tackled the first of Alessandra’s expert intimacy workshops. Big Miracles followed with 301,000 tuning in.

Home and Away began the evening for 438,000 on Seven. Australian Idol followed, with Marcia Hines returning to the judging panel alongside Harry Connick Jr, Amy Shark, and Kyle Sandilands. 425,000 watched as the Top 50 battled for their place in the Top 32, as the competition gets whittled down.

Earlier in the day, the Super Bowl brought in 329,000 viewers. The game saw the Kansas City Chiefs manage to scrape in the win by the skin of their teeth, and Rihanna took to the (floating) stage for the halftime show. 

ABC’s 7.30 covered the Snowy 2.0 tunnel-boring machine that has gotten stuck, and interviewed Vice Admiral Jonathan Mead about nuclear submarines for 487,000. Back Roads packed the car and took 432,000 to Tennant Creek, NT, alongside Champion Paralympian Kurt Fearnley. Four Corners took 346,000 into the Papua New Guinean jungle to uncover the truth about the carbon trade. Media Watch brought in 374,000 viewers, before Q+A rounded out primetime with 191,000. 

On 10, The Project (182,000 6:30pm / 299,000 7pm) covered the disciplinary hearing of Dr Charlie Teo, and interviewed Pamela Anderson. Australian Survivor dealt with the fallout of one of the most intense Tribal Councils in memory, with 469,000 watching as a clever Idol play by Ben sent Sharni home. Would I Lie To You? then debuted for its second season, bamboozling 229,000.

See Also: Why Channel 10 had “more of a free run” at season two of Would I Lie To You?

The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Monster: The Mystery Of Loch Ness with 81,000 tuning in.

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