Summer TV ratings December 5, 2021: Seven serves up sports lovers dream with Bathurst 1000 and BBL launch

bathurst 1000

• Nine edges out Seven to win Sunday night

Total TV Ratings November 28

Lego Masters Brickmas Special’s second episode was the top program in the total TV ratings after registering 1.224m viewers, an increase of 15%. 

Border Security: Australia’s Frontline was the top non-news on Seven with 962,000 viewers, up 3%. Also on Seven, Homicide: With Ron Iddles had 723,000 users, up 5%.

The top show on the ABC was also the biggest riser of the evening with Total Control up 48% after registering 798,000 viewers.

Overnight TV Ratings December 5

Nine (21.1%)  narrowly beat out Seven (21.0%) for the #1 primary channel last night, while it also managed to have the top network with 31.8%. 60 Minutes had 578,000 viewers, which was followed by David Attenborough’s A Perfect Planet with 372,000.

It was a big day of sport on Seven. It started with the Bathurst 1000 having 747,000 viewers tune in to see Chaz Mostert and Lee Holdsworth win a wild race that saw six safety cars deployed. Afterwards in primetime, 504,000 tuned in for the first BBL match of the year which saw the Sydney Sixers easily handle the Melbourne Stars.

The Sunday Project had 313,000 tune in from 7pm as the show talked to the ‘sexiest man alive’ Paul Rudd. The Graham Norton Show then had 263,000 as it featured Tom Holland, Zendaya, Henry Cavill, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Little Mix.

On the ABC, a repeat of Death in Paradise had 454,000 viewers before Total Control’s second season continued with 367,000 viewers.

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