TV Ratings June 25, 2023: How many tuned into Nine’s major TV drama event Warnie?


1.1 million tune into premiere of Dancing with the Stars in Total TV

• Day 3, Session 1 of the Mid-Year Ashes cracks 1 million in Total TV

Total TV Ratings, June 18

1,144,000 tuned into the season premiere of Dancing with the Stars while the first set of celebrities twirled their way into the spotlight, lifting 18%.

1,063,000 also watched the Mid-Year Ashes, Day Three, Session One, up 18%.

Lifting by a 25% rise was 10’s MasterChef Australia, with 741,000 tuning in to see Antonio eliminated from the competition.

Nine’s Parental Guidance saw four new Parenting Styles put into action with the Slow, Road School, Unstructured, and American parents thrown into the spotlight. 703,000 watched, lifting 38%.

Overnight TV Ratings, June 25

Primetime News
Seven News 228,000 (5:00pm) / 940,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 839,000 (6:00pm) / 268,000 (9:30pm)
ABC News 550,000
10 News First 197,000 (5:00pm)/ 158,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 192,000 (6:30pm)/ 114,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
60 Minutes 357,000
The Sunday Project 198,000 (6:30pm) / 297,000 (7pm) 
Insiders 363,000 

Breakfast TV
Weekend Sunrise 234,000
Weekend Today 164,000
Weekend Breakfast 167,000

Nine has won Sunday night with a primary share of 20.1% and a network share of 31.5%. 9Go! has won multi channels with a 4.6% share.

528,000 began their evening with Nine’s major drama event, Warnie. Episode one of the made-for-TV mini-series documented the rise of Shane Warne’s career, starring Aussie actor Alex Williams as the cricket legend and cultural icon. Then on 60 Minutes, 357,000 watched an explosive interview with Marina Sologub, who has been accused by ASIO of being a Russian agent; plus, detailed the incredibly brave women who are determined to make tyrant Vladimir Putin’s life hell.

Earlier in the afternoon, the Rabbitohs took on the Cowboys in the NRL Sunday Footy. Queensland beat South Sydney finishing 31-6 in front of 248,000.

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645,000 kicked off their evening with the second episode of Seven’s Dancing with the Stars 2023. Another batch of celebs took to the floor, with actress Virginia Gay topping the leaderboard with 32 points. On the other end of the scale, during a Jive, Charlie Albone almost dropped his partner, Ruby, scoring him an eight. Then, 305,000 tuned in for 7News Spotlight. The episode took a look at Judgement Day for Hillsong Church. 

Earlier in the afternoon, Port Melbourne took on Essendon in round 14 of the AFL. Port Melbourne beat Essendon finishing 91 (13.13) to 38 (5.8) in front of 71,000 viewers.

On 10The Sunday Project (198,000 (6:30pm) / 297,000 (7pm) spoke to Jay Bloom about how he and his son Sean narrowly avoided a catastrophic family tragedy after they made a last-minute decision to turn down seats on the doomed Titanic submersible. Jay explained how they raised safety concerns to the CEO, Stockton Rush. Then, on MasterChef Australia, 460,000 tuned into an elimination cook that saw Adi, Declan, Rue and Brent each assigned a colour at random which had to act as inspiration for their dish. Adi struggled to balance the heat, acidity and savoury notes in her sauce and was sent home.

173,000 watched ABC’s Compass. The episode detailed Vincent Long, Australia’s first Vietnamese Catholic bishop. A survivor of clerical sex abuse, he is now committed to supporting other survivors, refugees and LGBTQI people. Then, 377,000 tuned in for Grand Designs Revisited and 297,000 watched Silent Witness.

Earlier, 145,000 tuned in for a repeat of Bluey, where tired of being told what to do, Bluey and Bingo enlist their giant invisible friend to show Mum and Dad who’s boss. They could do anything they wanted until Mum and Dad rebelled.

The highest-rating non-news show on SBS was Queens of Ancient Egypt with 95,000 tuning in.

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