Summer TV Ratings, December 5, 2022: The Chase tops non-news

The Chase

Snackmasters recreates a Pepperoni Cheesy Crust Pizza

• England defeats Senegal in the FIFA World Cup

Total TV Ratings, November 28

On the ABC, Australian Story took 952,000 back through the life of Ita Buttrose, lifting 13%. 

The grand finale of My Mum Your Dad saw the show hold its Blessing Ceremony after reuniting the kids with their parents. The episode lifted 34%, for a total audience of 712,000. Nine’s Love Island brought in 360,000 viewers, rising 847%.

On SBS, Cameroon took on Serbia in the World Cup, tying 3-3. Lifting 37%, 659,000 cheered the game on.

Overnight TV Ratings, December 5

Nine has won the night with a 19.4% primary share and a 30.6% network share. Multichannels were won by 9Gem with a 5.2% share. 

Nine’s A Current Affair had 594,000 tune in as the show followed the story of a man who lost his son, Lockie – only to discover after his death that Lockie wasn’t his biological child. Snackmasters continued, with 367,000 watching as the chefs tried to recreate a Domino’s Loaded Pepperoni Cheesy Crust Pizza. 

With the cricket wrapped up, Seven broadcast a repeat of Border Security for 424,000. Motorway Patrol followed with 352,000, before Highway Cops drew a crowd of 301,000. Earlier in the evening, The Chase topped non-news with an audience of 432,000.

ABC’s 7.30 looked into the ‘Barbie Drug’ and the mental health crisis for 501,00 viewers. A repeat of Australian Story tracked the story of Luc Longley for 362,000, before Media Watch dissected the week for 426,000. 

The Project (172,000 6:30pm / 271,000 7pm) looked at the less than stellar NSW NAPLAN results, before interviewing Mitch Tambo. Two repeats of Bondi Rescue had an audience for 183,000 and 176,000 respectively.

The FIFA World Cup was again the highest rating show on SBS, with 206,000 watching as England defeated Senegal 3-0.

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