Summer TV ratings December 6, 2021: Nine wins night thanks to Snackmasters Drumstick challenge


• Alex Ross put the Bash in Big Bash League on Seven

Total TV rating November 29

The launch of Snackmasters was the top non-news program in the total TV ratings. The shows first episode brought in 935,000 viewers, an increase of 14%. The show saw hosts Scott Pickett and Poh Ling Yeow keep the chefs on track while food detective Yvie Jones went behind the scenes and visited the factories to find out how the snacks are made. 

On the ABC a repeat of Australian Story had 733,000 viewers before it was followed by Universe with Brian Cox (550,000), and then Media Watch (597,000).

The biggest riser was 9-1-1 with its two episodes both up by over 44%.

Overnight TV ratings December 6

Nine has continued a strong post-survey performance after once again registering the #1 primary channel (19.9%) and network shares (28.3%). This was in part due to Nine running its Summer 7:30pm franchise Snackmasters which continues to perform well with its 441,000 viewers making it once again the top entertainment show in that timeslot.

Seven aired the second match of its Big Bash League coverage as the Sydney Thunder took on the Brisbane Heat. The match had 364,000 viewers as the Thunder won the match thanks to a strong performance from Alex Ross.

On 10, The Project had 365,000 tune in for its second half from 7:00pm as the show spoke to Josh Hartnett. Bondi Rescue then had 317,000 viewers.

On the ABC, the public broadcaster aired a repeat of Australian Story featuring scientist Veena Sahajwalla. Universe with Brian Cox then had 291,000 before Media Watch then followed with 298,000.

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