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Today’s Karl Stefanovic says Channel Nine’s embattled brekkie show is making a comeback

Today’s Karl Stefanovic says Channel Nine’s embattled brekkie show is making a comeback after beating rival Sunrise in Sydney and Brisbane

Today host Karl Stefanovic had a uncommon rankings victory this week.

Channel Nine’s embattled breakfast show beat its top-rated rival Sunrise in Sydney and Brisbane stories TV Tonight.

The information comes at an excellent time for Today as subsequent week will see the show have a good time 40 years on-air on Channel Nine.

Channel Nine's Today had a rare victory this week beating Channel Seven's Sunrise in the ratings. Pictured: Today's Karl Stefanovic and co-host  Ally Langdon

Channel Nine’s Today had a uncommon victory this week beating Channel Seven’s Sunrise within the rankings. Pictured: Today’s Karl Stefanovic and co-host  Ally Langdon 

Meanwhile the rankings spike affords a comfort to Today co-host Karl, 47, who was up for a Gold Logie final Sunday, however missed out to Hamish Blake.

Karl who co-hosts the show with Allison Langdon says that Today is having a comeback after a dreadful year struggling within the rankings.  

The 14 year veteran of the show stated: ‘It’s been a actually optimistic final 4 weeks for us, on the east coast,’ 

‘We’re successful Brisbane by good distance, Sydney once more, so we’re combating our approach again.’

The ratings spike offers a consolation to Today co-host Karl, 47, who was up for a Gold Logie last week, but missed out to Hamish Blake. Pictured: Karl at last Sunday's  Logies

The rankings spike affords a comfort to Today co-host Karl, 47, who was up for a Gold Logie final week, however missed out to Hamish Blake. Pictured: Karl eventually Sunday’s  Logies

The in style star might have alluded to the federal election and the struggle within the Ukraine, as components within the rankings battle, with out naming both story in his feedback.

‘There’s been some huge information tales,’ he stated.

‘I’m undecided that politics was one thing our viewers significantly appreciated.’

The news of a ratings win comes at an ideal time for Today as next week will see the show celebrate 40 years on-air. Pictured: Karl and wife Jasmine at the Logies last Sunday

The information of a rankings win comes at an excellent time for Today as subsequent week will see the show have a good time 40 years on-air. Pictured: Karl and spouse Jasmine on the Logies final Sunday

After ranking because the primary breakfast show in 2021 for all key demographics in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Today has been struggling to win audiences in 2022. 

In one week final month it got here third every single day of the week, after rivals Channel Seven’s Sunrise and ABC’s News Breakfast.

Despite Sunrise successful the 18-year breakfast struggle battle Today wrapped on a excessive final year following the tip of the rankings season.

Seven's Sunrise team is still dominating in the ratings having won the overall season last year. Pictured: Presenters Nat Barr and David Koch

Seven’s Sunrise crew is nonetheless dominating within the rankings having received the general season final year. Pictured: Presenters Nat Barr and David Koch

According to a report in TV Tonight, rankings for Nine’s in style breakfast program have vastly improved over the past year, as extra Aussies have tuned in for the information protection and light-hearted moments between the crew.

‘It’s been a difficult year because the pandemic and repeated lockdowns have taken their toll on Australians of all ages,’ stated Nine’s Director of Morning Television, Steven Burling.

‘During this time of disaster an increasing number of viewers have made their breakfast program of selection for his or her day by day information updates, and a few much-needed laughs alongside the best way.’

Despite Sunrise winning the 18-year breakfast war battle - Today wrapped on a high last year following the end of the ratings season. Pictured: Karl seen in Melbourne in March 2022

Despite Sunrise successful the 18-year breakfast struggle battle – Today wrapped on a excessive final year following the tip of the rankings season. Pictured: Karl seen in Melbourne in March 2022

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