Summer TV Ratings November 30, 2021: Nine continues to feast on Snackmasters as #1’s all around


• 10 starts the summer of sport early with Matildas taking on the USA

Total TV Ratings November 23

Home and Away was #1 in the total TV ratings with 1.080m, an increase of 21%. 

The Dog House Australia was the top program on 10 with 874,000 viewers, up 16%. The episode saw cattle cross Bear, foxie cross Cricket, and rescue greyhound Alinta searching for forever homes.

The Hundred with Andy Lee Xmas Special had 605,000 viewers. Lee was joined by 100 everyday Aussies who zoomed into the studio from all over the continent to tell viewers what the nation is really thinking about the festive season. The episode also featured its most jolly special guest ever.

Big Brother VIP‘s season finale had 548,000 viewers as Luke Toki was declared the winner

Love Island Australia‘s penultimate episode was up a robust 118% to 433,000 viewers.

Overnight TV Ratings November 30

Nine has continued to rack up wins post TV ratings survey. Last night the broadcaster once again had the top primary channel with a share of 22.1% and the #1 network share with 29.0%.

This result was thanks in part to Nine’s new 7:30pm franchise Snackmasters which was once again the top entertainment program of the night with 538,000 viewers.

Seven continues to air factual entertainment in primetime with Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (438,000) and Unbelievable Moments Caught on Camera (395,000). These were followed by Kingsman: The Golden Circle with 246,000 viewers.

On 10, The Project had 226,000 (6:30pm) and 292,000 (7:00pm) as the show covered the findings into the review of Parliaments workplace culture.

International football followed with the Matildas taking on the USA, bringing in an audience of 293,000.

On the ABC, a repeat of Anh’s Brush With Fame featured Anna Meares and brought in 268,000 viewers.

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