In this paper, the outage behavior and diversity order of the mixture transceiver architecture for multiple-input single-output broadcast channels are analyzed. The mixture scheme groups users with closely-aligned channels and applies superposition coding and successive interference cancellation decoding to each group composed of users with closely-aligned channels, while applying zero-forcing beamforming across semi-orthogonal user groups. In order to enable such analysis, closed-form lower bounds on the achievable rates of a general multiple-input single-output broadcast channel with superposition coding and successive interference cancellation are newly derived. By employing channel-adaptive user grouping and proper power allocation, which ensures that the channel subspaces of user groups have an angle larger than a certain threshold, it is shown that the mixture transceiver architecture achieves full diversity order in multiple-input single-output broadcast channels and opportunistically increases the multiplexing gain while achieving full diversity order. Furthermore, the achieved full diversity order is the same as that of the single-user maximal ratio transmit beamforming. Hence, the mixture scheme can provide reliable communication under channel fading for ultra-reliable low latency communication. The numerical results validate our analysis and show the outage superiority of the mixture scheme over conventional transceiver designs for multiple-input single-output broadcast channels.