Summer TV Ratings, December 6, 2022: Stuff The British Stole wraps up the season

Stuff The British Stole

Brazil take on South Korea in the FIFA World Cup

• Travel Guides head to the Whitsundays

Total TV Ratings, November 29

Topping primetime for the night was a repeat of Travel Guides, with 707,000 following the guides to Israel, up 7%. Love Island Australia was up 515% for Nine, with 375,000 tuning in. It speaks to the massive BVOD success of the show that a 515% lift is on the smaller end of what the show has achieved this season. 

Seven’s Border Security repeat drew a crowd of 668,000, up 5%. Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly rose 8% for a total audience of 551,000.

The ABC’s Stuff The British Stole tracked the history of Crowfoot’s personal regalia for 574,000, up 14%.

Overnight TV Ratings, December 6

Primetime News
Seven News 791,000/769,000
Nine News 644,000/679,000
ABC News 536,000
10 News First 203,000 (5:00pm)/140,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 117,000 (6:30pm)/98,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 522,000
7.30 432,000
The Project 165,000 (6:30pm)/ 261,000 (7pm)
The Drum 143,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 199,000
Today 177,000

News Breakfast 123,000
Late News
ABC Late News 57,000
Nine News Late 141,000

Nine has won the night with a primary share of 20.4% and a network share of 29.0%. Multichannels was won by 9Gem with a 3.5% share.

A Current Affair asked 522,000 whether a grandmother should have been fined for driving at 38km/h, and looked at the cost of groceries through the decade. A repeat of Travel Guides took 402,000 to the Whitsundays, before 241,000 settled in for movie night with The Dish.

On Seven, a repeat of Border Security took 376,000 behind Australia’s front line. Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly created dream pups for 327,000, before 195,000 tuned in to The Good Doctor. Earlier in the evening, The Chase topped non-news with 409,000.

ABC’s 7.30 delved into the most recent interest rate rise and interviewed South Australia Premier Peter Malinauskas for 432,000 viewers. The season final of Stuff The British Stole saw Marc Fennell take 326,000 back through the search for the remains of Yagan, an Indigenous Noongar warrior from WA. A repeat of Love On The Spectrum then warmed 166,000 hearts. 

On 10, The Project (165,000 6:30pm / 261,000 7pm) interviewed two people who quit their jobs, sold their stuff, and set out to visit every country in the world. Tonight will be the last episode with Peter Helliar behind the desk. Ambulance Australia followed with 187,000. 

With the FIFA World Cup heading towards the pointy end, 193,000 tuned in to SBS as Brazil defeated South Korea 4-1. 

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