TV Ratings October 21, 2023: England take on South Africa in ICC World Cup

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New Zealand crush Samoa in Pacific Championships

Total TV Ratings, October 14

The Voice to Parliament referendum results dominated October 14, with the ABC’s coverage lifting 9% for a total audience of 838,000.

The Kangaroos took on Samoa in the Pacific Championships, with 449,000 watching the match on Nine, up 17%.

On Seven, The Everest was up 6%, with 371,000 cheering on the horses. 

Overnight TV Ratings October 21

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Seven has won Saturday night with a primary share of 22.0% and a network share of 29.8%. Top multichannel was 9Gem with 3.7%.

On Seven, a repeat of Border Security brought in 363,000, leading into movie night as 201,000 watched Jumanji – The Next Level. Earlier in the day, 190,000 cheered on the races for the Caulfield Cup. 

Nine‘s Getaway took 221,000 to New Caledonia’s Isle of Pines, before 190,000 tuned in for England’s ICC Cricket World Cup match against South Africa, with South Africa taking the win by 229 runs. 

Shakespeare and Hathaway brought 311,000 to the ABC, before Vera cracked the case in front of 307,000.

A repeat of The Dog House Australia clocked 153,000 viewers on 10, while the highest rated show on SBS was The Cotswolds with Pam Ayers, bringing in 148,000.


Topping Saturday was Fox Cricket’s coverage of the ICC Cricket World Cup, bringing in 89,000 viewers for the England v South Africa break and 71,000 for the match.

New Zealand took on Samoa in the Pacific Championships, with 61,000 tuning in on Fox League to see the Kiwis win 50-0.

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