Summer TV Ratings, December 11, 2022: Death in Paradise cracks the case

TV Ratings Death in Paradise

Snackmasters takes on a sweet challenge

• Australia wins the second test against West Indies

Total TV Ratings, December 4

Australia’s World Cup match against Argentina has topped the night overall, up 33% with 1,679,000 tuning in as the Socceroos fought valiantly but ultimately went down to the world ranked #3 team. 

On the ABC, a repeat of Death In Paradise was up 6% for a total audience of 763,000. 

The launch of Snackmasters saw two elite chefs do their best to recreate an Arnott’s Tim Tam & Iced Vovo. The first episode was up 11%, with 607,000 tuning in.

Overnight TV Ratings, December 11

Primetime News
Seven News 756,000
Nine News 696,000
ABC News 586,000
10 News First 211,000 (5:00pm)/172,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 112,000 (6:30pm)/92,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
The Project 177,000 (6:30 pm)/257,000 (7pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 184,000
News Breakfast 141,000
Today 135,000

Nine has won the night with a primary share of 20.9% and a network share of 32.6%. 9Gem topped multichannels with a 4.8% share.

On Snackmasters, the chefs were thrown a curveball – they had to recreate three different types of Allen’s Lollies: Snakes, Sherbies, and Bananas. 412,000 tuned in as a sticky situation ultimately lead to a win for Vincent Lim. 60 Minutes then told 372,000 the story of Tahnee Shanks, an Australian baby found alone in Mexico.

On the ABC, a repeat of Death In Paradise topped non-news with a crowd of 469,000, before 289,000 made popcorn and settled in for The Post.

The cricket wrapped up on Seven, with Australia taking the win for the second test by 419 runs. 371,000 tuned in as the West Indies were rolled for 77 in the second innings, leaving Australia leading the series 2-0.

The Sunday Project (177,000 6:30pm / 257,000 7pm) looked at how viral AI image-editing app, Lensa, works and interviewed The Offspring. The Graham Norton Show then had 228,000 tune in as Kate Winslet, Sir Lenny Henry, Jack Whitehall, and Nadiya Hussain sat on the couch. 

On SBS, England took on France in the World Cup quarter final. It was a heartbreaker for England, with 401,000 watching as the team went down to the reigning champs 2-1.

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