TV Ratings July 9, 2022: Nine takes a Saturday win with Rugby coverage

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• Winning the Saturday network shares is Nine with 32.9%

Total TV Ratings, 

Nine’s Rugby: 2022 Wallabies v England coverage topped the total TV ratings for non-news programs, bringing in 612,000 viewers, rising 9%.

ABC claimed the #2 spot with The Good Karma Hospital, reaching a total TV audience of 609,000, and experiencing a lift of 18%

The Split on ABC had the highest lift on overnight with 49% to reach a total TV audience of 509,000.

Overnight TV Ratings, July 9

Winning the Saturday network shares is Nine with 32.9%, followed by Seven with 30.2%. Nine also won the primary channel with a 21.5% share. 7Mate took out the multichannel win with 5.9%.

England has levelled the series against Australia after a second Test at Suncorp Stadium that brought in 438,000 viewers. Nine’s coverage topped the 16-39 and 18-49 age demographics as England came away with a 25-17 win, taking the three-match series to a decider at the Sydney Cricket Ground next Saturday. The post-match coverage reached 327,000 people, while the pre-match reached 306,000.

Additionally, Getaway pulled in a crowd of 306,000, while the Wimbledon women’s final clocked 226,000 views,

On Seven’s Saturday night AFL coverage, Port Adelaide kept their finals hopes alive with a 55-point win over GWS, reaching 366,000 people. 152,000 Melbournians tuned in to watch The Power dominate from the opening, to take up a 12.12 (84) to 3.11 (29) victory.

ABC’s The Good Karma Hospital was the second most-watched entertainment program of the night, bringing in an audience of 368,000, with 134,000 tuning in from Sydney.

The Dog House was the most viewed entertainment program on 10 with 252,000 views.

SBS aired a repeat of The Queen’s Mother in Law which brought in 129,000 viewers.


Fox League has claimed the top spot on subscription TV with its NRL coverage of West Tigers v Eels bringing in 233,000 people.

Super Saturday on Fox Footy clocked 199,000 views, while its coverage of Gold Coast v Richmond brought in 186,000 views. Coming in at third was Fox Footy’s coverage of St Kilda v Fremantle which clocked 176,000 views.

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