What’s bigger than massive? 10 in Q4.

What’s bigger than massive? 10 in Q4.

10 has a huge, I mean, massive Q4 as it gears up for an equally massive Q1 2020 (more on this soon!).

The Masked Singer launched in September and is the biggest show on TV at the moment. The Bachelorette Australia, with the lovable Angie Kent, kicks off this week … and it doesn’t stop there.

The Amazing Race Australia, Trial By Kyle and One Born Every Minute Australia also start their first seasons on 10 in Q4. And that salacious drama about footy WAGS? Yep, Playing For Keeps is also back.

Don’t forget your favourites The Project, Have You Been Paying Attention? and Gogglebox are still around, continuing their winning ways.

It’s also 10’s biggest run home in sport and in Q4, 10 is upping the competition as the 2019 Rugby World Cup intensifies, the Supercars take on the mountain and that’s all before The 2019 Melbourne Cup Carnival, including ‘the race that stops a nation’TM, enters the course.

We don’t just deliver the great shows, we deliver the valuable audiences.

10 has the richest audience in the demos:

  • 50% of its audience are 25 to 54 (34% of its competitors’ audience are 25 to 54)
  • 44% of its audience are 18 to 49 (28% of its competitors’ audience are 18 to 49)
  • 25% of its audience are 16 to 39 (15% of its competitors’ audience are 16 to 39)
  • 53% of its audience are under 50 (34% of its competitors’ audience are 25 to 54)

Can you afford not to play with a network that delivers rich demos?

Source: OzTAM, 5 City metro, primary channel 10 vs. Seven, Nine and SBS. Profile%, 18:00-22:30 Sun-Sat. Week 1 to Wednesday of Week 39, Consolidated 7 day.

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