Summer TV Ratings, November 29, 2022: Travel Guides take a trip to Israel

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Stuff The British Stole tracks the history of Crowfoot

• Best of the Rest: Border Security, Love on the Spectrum, Ambulance Australia

Total TV Ratings, November 22

On Seven, The Roast of Paul Hogan had 978,000 tune in for the celebratory ribbing of one of Australia’s most famous comedians, lifting 12%. 

872,000 cheered on the FIFA World Cup as Argentina was defeated by Saudi Arabia, with the upset game rising 60% on SBS.

Nine’s My Mum Your Dad lifted 37%, for a total audience of 734,000. Love Island rose 689%, bringing in 347,000 viewers. 

On the ABC, Stuff The British Stole lifted 17%, with 528,000 tuning in. 

Overnight TV Ratings, November 29

Primetime News
Seven News 823,000 (6:30pm)/860,000 (6:00pm)
Nine News 764,000 (6:30pm)/692,000 (6:00pm)
ABC News 566,000
10 News First 231,000 (5:00pm)/155,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 147,000 (6:30pm)/129,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 623,000
7.30 498,000
The Project 193,000 (6:30pm)/ 272,000 (7pm)
The Drum 131,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 192,000
Today 181,000
News Breakfast 165,000

Late News
Nine News Late 109,000
The Latest: Seven News 80,000
ABC Late News 45,000

Nine has won the night with a primary share of 21.8% and a network share of 29.5%. 7Two has come out on top for multichannels with a share of 3.8%.

A Current Affair interviewed Monty Python legend Eric Idle, and told 623,000 about a scam targeting bank customers. A repeat of Travel Guides took 460,000 to Israel, before Central Intelligence drew a crowd of 257,000.

On Seven, Border Security brought 385,000 behind the scenes of Australia’s front line, before Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly got 311,000 tongues wagging. The Good Doctor rounded out primetime with 203,000. 

On the ABC, 7.30 asked what an Indigenous voice to parliament would look like for 498,000 viewers, before Marc Fennell tracked the history of Crowfoot’s personal regalia for 367,000 on Stuff The British Stole. A repeat of Love On The Spectrum then warmed the hearts of 194,000.

The Project (193,000 6:30pm / 272,000 7pm) interviewed Clancy Overell and Errol Parker, the editors of The Betoota Advocate and prepared to say farewell to Carrie Bickmore tonight. A repeat of Ambulance Australia had 193,000 tune in.

The highest rating show on SBS was a repeat of How To Sleep Well With Michael Mosley with 169,000.

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