TV Ratings June 17, 2022: Seven enjoying the thrill of The Chase Australia

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• Seven’s AFL also doing wonders for the network

Total TV Ratings, June 10

The Chase Australia on Seven claimed the top spot on total TV, reaching a total audience of 813,000, and a lift of 3%.

Better Homes and Gardens rose 6% to reach 646,000 people, while Gardening Australia on ABC experienced the highest lift on overnight with 22%, reaching a total TV audience of 634,000.

Overnight TV Ratings, June 17

Winning the Friday night shares is Seven with a network share of 33.3% and a primary channel share of 23.3%. 7mate claimed the multichannel win with 5.1%, while Nine’s network share was 27.8%.

The Chase Australia was the most-watched entertainment program of the night, with a total of 447,000 people tuning in.

Seven’s Friday Night AFL coverage pulled in 420,000 people, with 238,000 tuning in from Melbourne. In round 14, Essendon took a 35-point lead over Kilda to win 15.17 (107) to 11.6 (72), while St Kilda coach Brett Ratten labelled his team ‘hard to watch.’

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On Nine, Hot Seat took out the top entertainment program for the network, pulling in an audience of 429,000.

Nine’s Friday Night Footy reached 319,000 people as Storm took on the Broncos at AAMI Park. 137,000 Sydney-siders watched the Storm come from behind to end a seven-match Broncos winning streak with a 32-20 victory.

Bluey on ABC Kids was the top entertainment program for the network with 378,000 views, followed by Gardening Australia, where Jane and Millie toured the biggest garden show in the Southern Hemisphere, clocking 341,000 viewers.

On 10, the 7pm Project reached 296,000 people, while The Living Room reached an audience of 278,000.

The top non-news program on SBS was Mastermind with 114,000 viewers.


Fox League topped subscription TV with its coverage of Storm v Broncos, which clocked 259,000 views. Fox Footy’s coverage of St Kilda v Essendon came next, reaching 215,000 people, while Fox League’s coverage of Sea Eagles v Cowboys had 202,000 people tune in.

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