TV Ratings July 8, 2023: The Warriors conquer the Eels on Parra’s home turf

TV Ratings July 8

The Bulldogs shocked the Rabbitohs on Fox League

• The Demons won by 21 against the Saints

Total TV Ratings, July 1

Nine’s airing of The Second Test of the Ashes topped entertainment total TV for the network with 1,063,000 viewers, growing by 14%. 

The biggest jump in commercial primetime viewing goes to ABC’s Vera, where the Total TV audience grew by 23% to reach 380,000 viewers. 

Overnight TV Ratings, July 8

Seven enjoyed a Saturday night win in both the network and primary channel shares with 24.5% and 33.8%, respectively. GEM won the multichannels with 4.4%.

Seven’s Saturday Night AFL saw the Demons take a 21-point victory over the Saints as 350,000 tuned in to watch the match. In entertainment, Border Security: Australia’s Front Line reached 226,000 as two fruit pickers from Tonga failed to declare prohibited items. Seven’s airing of Mission Impossible – Rouge Nation clocked 201,000. 

Nine’s airing of A Current Affair saw 466,000 tune in as the program investigated a council evicting a vulnerable group from their property amid the housing crisis. Earlier in the night, Getaway had 307,000 as the team experienced extremes on NZ’s South Island.

On the ABC, Sister Boniface Mysteries was viewed by 311,000 as Sister Boniface investigated a cold case where human bones were found at the great slaughter giant marrow contest. 

10 aired The Dog House Australia as the program met with Shih Tzu’s looking for love. The show had 159,000. The network also aired CSI: Vegas to 70,000 viewers. 

SBS aired Stage 8 of the Tour De France to 109,000. 


On Fox League, the Bulldogs beat the Rabbitohs 36-32 in front of 228,000, while the Warriors pummeled the Eels 46-10 in front of 190,000 at Commbank Stadium in Sydney.

Fox Footy’s top game was GWS V Hawhthorn, which saw GWS smash by 13 points in front of 132,000. St Kilda V Melbourne clocked 109,000 as Melbourne won by 21 points at the Marvel Stadium in Melbourne. Brisbane V West Coast clocked 89,000 as Brisbane won by 81 points. 

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