TV Ratings July 25, 2022: HYBPA? shines ahead of milestone episode

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• Hunted captures two more fugutives after a tip off

• HYBPA? Tops non-news
• Back Roads heads to Hebel, QLD
• Things get ruff on Beauty and the Geek with a dog agility show

Total TV Ratings: July 18

Hunted has shot to the top of non-news in total TV, cracking the million mark. 1,310,000 watched as Angie become the second fugitive to go down, following her teammate Michelle’s capture in Geelong, up 32%. HYBPA? sealed the win for 10, rising 21% for a total audience of 1,092,000.

On Seven, Home and Away lifted 26%, brining 900,000 to Summer Bay, before The Very Best of Best & Worst of Red Faces continued to bring nostalgia to Aussie screens, taking 738,000 for a stroll down memory lane – up 10%. 

On the ABC, Back Roads took 872,000 along to the Northern Territory town of Katherine, lifting 15%.

Nine’s Beauty and the Geek lifted 37%, bringing in a total audience of 734,000.

Overnight TV Ratings: July 25

Primetime News
Seven News 941,000/888,000
Nine News 876,000/865,000
ABC News 647,000
10 News First 323,000 (5:00pm)/ 251,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 130,000 (6:30pm) 101,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 713,000
7.30 556,000
The Project 295,000 (6:30pm)/423,000 (7pm)
The Drum 179,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 217,000
Today 192,000
News Breakfast 170,000

Nine has won the night with a 19.2% primary share and a 27.2% network share. 10 Peach came out on top for multichannels with a 3.6% share. 

A Current Affair had 713,000 tune in as the show covered a deadly Covid outbreak at an aged care home and confronted the cryptocurrency founder who looks like he’s living the life of a billionaire – but looks can be deceiving. Beauty and the Geek held a dog agility show, before 471,000 watched as the second Geek to get a makeover, Christopher, strutted his stuff. Emergency rounded out the night with 236,000 viewers.

The Project (295,000 6:30pm / 423,000 7pm) covered the decision to keep Australia’s borders open to Indonesia despite Foot and Mouth Disease, and said farewell to Gogglebox favourite Di Kershaw, who passed away yesterday. Hunted took to the streets, bringing 638,000 along as Karen and Brittany were captured on Philip Island. Have You Been Paying Attention? continued to bring laughs and big numbers for 10, with 665,000 tuning in to make it the top non-news show of the night. The HYBPA? team have a lot of reasons to celebrate coming up as well, with next week marking the show’s 250th episode.

On Seven, Home and Away had 454,000 tune in for a dose of sun, sand, and surf. Britain’s Got Talent followed, with 226,000 watching as the finale crowned Axel Blake as its new champion. 

7.30 kicked the night off for the ABC, covering the new federal parliament ahead of their meeting for the first time today and the monkeypox outbreak for 556,000 viewers. Back Roads jumped in the car and took off to Hebel, QLD, alongside 513,000 travellers. Four Corners wrapped up the evening, covering the highs and lows of the race to make psychedelic drugs part of mainstream medicine for 338,000. 

The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Saving Lives At Sea, which drew a crowd of 86,000.

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