Summer TV Ratings, November 27, 2022: Lego Masters crowns its Bricksmas champs

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Japan takes on Costa Rica in the FIFA World Cup

• Melbourne hoists the AFLW Grand Final trophy

Total TV Ratings, November 20

Kath & Kim made their return to Aussie screens, celebrating 20 years in Kath & Kim: Our Effluent Life. The special brought 1,402,000 to Seven, lifting 18% to become to top show of the night overall. The finale of Australia’s Got Talent was up 12%, with 941,000 watching as all-female acrobatic gymnastics troupe Acromazing took the crown.

The first episode of Nine’s Lego Masters: Bricksmas Special had 992,000 tune in as Darren Palmer, Emma Watkins, Lincoln Lewis, and Poh Ling Yeow teamed up with contestants from the past, lifting 22%.

On the ABC, a repeat of Death In Paradise was up 7% for a total audience of 640,000. Significant Others then wrapped for the year with 459,000, up 45%.

Overnight TV Ratings, November 27

Primetime News
Seven News 809,000
Nine News 723,000
ABC News 586,000
10 News First 208,000 (5:00pm)/180,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 174,000 (6:30pm)/132,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
Insiders 431,000
The Project 202,000 (6:30 pm)/292,000 (7pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 203,000
News Breakfast 192,000
Today 165,000

On the first night of the Summer TV ratings period, Nine has won the night with a primary channel share of 21.7% and a network share of 28.8%. 7Two was the highest rating multichannel with a 3.3% share.

The second part of Nine’s Lego Masters: Bricksmas Special saw the teams compete to build something from Hamish’s Nine Days of Bricksmas song. Poh and Sarah lifted the trophy in front of 569,000 viewers for their model of hula-hooping hippos. 60 Minutes interviewed Lisa Greenberg about her struggles with alcohol and covered the sentencing of pedophile Peter Scully for 430,000. 

A repeat of 7News Spotlight saw 412,000 watch Seven’s political editor Mark Riley sit down with Australia’s Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese. Motorway Patrol then sped the evening up for 225,000.

Earlier in the afternoon, Brisbane took on Melbourne in the AFLW Grand Final, with 212,000 watching as Melbourne hoisted the trophy.

On SBS, the FIFA World Cup continues to kick goals. Japan took on Costa Rica at Qatar’s Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, with Costa Rica coming out on top, winning 1-0 in front of 448,000 Australian viewers. 

See Also: FIFA World Cup 2022 SBS TV ratings: Every match for every team in Qatar

A repeat of Death In Paradise brought 425,000 to the ABC. Lion then saw 199,000 settle in on the couch for movie night.

The Sunday Project (202,000 6:30pm / 292,000 7pm) cheered on The Socceroos after their world cup victory over Tunisia. The Graham Norton Show saw Norton joined on the couch by Bruce Springsteen, Anya Taylor-Joy, Anna Maxwell Martin, Mo Gilligan, and 239,000 viewers. 

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