Summer TV Ratings November 28, 2022: Australian Story looks back at the life of Ita Buttrose

Australian Story

Home and Away ends 2022 with a bang… literally

• My Mum Your Dad holds its final blessing ceremony
• Cameroon draws with Serbia in the World Cup
• The Challenge eliminates Sugar and Ryan

Total TV Ratings, November 21

Seven’s Home and Away topped non-news for the night with 950,000 tuning in, up 21%. Kath & Kim: 20 Preposterous Years followed, lifting 17% and getting 904,000 laughing.

Australian Story uncovered the mystery of The Somerton Man for 944,000, up 14%. 

My Mum Your Dad was up 36% for a total audience of 739,000. Love Island Australia had its biggest jump in overnight lift, rocketing up 750% with an audience of 357,000.

On SBS, the FIFA World Cup match between England and Iran was up 85%, with 434,000 cheering on.

Overnight TV Ratings, November 28

Primetime News
Seven News 910,000 (6:30pm) /943,000 (6:00pm)
Nine News 705,000 (6:30pm) /658,000 (6:00pm)
ABC News 632,000
10 News First 228,000 (5:00pm)/166,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 124,000 (6:30pm)/ 119,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 608,000
7.30 565,000
The Project 191,000 (6:30pm)/ 261,000 (7pm)
The Drum 146,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 206,000
Today 178,000
News Breakfast 166,000

Seven has won the night with an 18.6% primary share and a network share of 26.3%. Multichannels was won by 7Rwo, coming in with a 4.0% share.

Seven’s Home and Away wrapped up its 2022 season with a devastating car crash on the way to a wedding – and there’s a chance not everyone will make it out alive. 440,000 tuned in for the drama, before a repeat of 911 was watched by 270,000.

Nine’s A Current Affair exposed a handyman’s sleazy behaviour and covered the arrest of Outback Wrangler Matt Wright for 608,000. The finale of My Mum Your Dad held its Blessing Ceremony after reuniting the kids with their parents. 404,000 tuned in as Darren and Petula, Roe and Carole, Heath and Michelle, and Shane and Kristy all faced the final judgement of their children.

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7.30 covered Scott Morrison’s upcoming censure motion for 565,000. As the ABC’s 90th year wraps up, Australian Story took 574,000 back through the life of Ita Buttrose. Media Watch then drew a crowd of 550,000.

On SBS, Cameroon took on Serbia in the latest round of the FIFA World Cup. 393,000 tuned in to a game that looked like it was Serbia’s to lose, before Cameroon came back to draw the game at 3-3.

On 10, The Project (191,000 6:30pm / 261,000 7pm) covered the federal National Party confimring it will oppose Labor’s Indigenous Voice to Parliament. Two repeats of Bondi Rescue took 163,000 and 155,000 to the beach, before 96,000 watched as Ryan and Sugar were eliminated from The Challenge.

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