TV Ratings December 4, 2023: Aussies can’t get enough of Jim Jefferies’ The 1% Club

The 1% club Jim Jefferies

Professor Richard Scolyer on Australian Story

• 991,000 tune in to The 1% Club in Total TV

Overnight TV Ratings, December 4

Primetime News
Seven News 836,000 (6:00pm) / 810,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 696,000 (6:00pm) / 730,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 547,000
10 News First 175,000 (5:00pm)/ 136,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 105,000 (6:30pm)/ 84,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 635,000
7.30 505,000
The Project 169,000 6:30pm / 211,000 7pm

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 217,000
Today 203,000
News Breakfast 136,000

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Seven won Monday night with a primary share of 19.2% and a network share of 29.6%.

7Two has won multi channels with a 4.5% share.

Nine received a primary share of 19.9% and a network share of 28.5%.

10 took a 7.0% primary share and a network share of 14%.


428,000 began their evening with Border Security: Australia’s Front Line where a man from Amsterdam said he was here for a holiday, but his suspicious travel itinerary through China and an empty suitcase seem to tell a very different story…

543,000 then watched a repeat of Jim Jefferies and Seven’s The 1% Club.

Then it was time for two episodes of Big Brother Australia. During the first instalment, 135,000 watched as Josh and Tay finally find themselves on a date where what started as a romantic jungle picnic soon turned into a catastrophe. Then, 96,000 saw Big Brother surprise the housemates with a celebratory top-five brunch. 


Nine’s A Current Affair (635,000) spoke to Olivia Duffin whose dream of becoming the Willy Wonka of ice cream is melting before her eyes after Central Coast Council shut down her shipping container scoop shop.

Then, 385,000 joined Sir David Attenborough for Planet Earth III. In this episode, he looked at freshwater and how it is a rich and diverse habitat filled with never-ending surprises.

298,000 also watched Australian Crime Stories: Investigators, which detailed how when Kim Meredith was aged 19 when she was savagely murdered in central Albury as she walked to meet friends at a nearby hotel after work in 1996.

Social Media Murders followed for 181,000.


505,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore how experts are calling on the Victorian government to pause or scrap the multi-billion-dollar Suburban Rail Loop. Plus, the program looked at the latest on the Israel-Gaza war and how a controversy has rocked the Australian theatre world.

467,000 then watched Australian Story which looked at Professor Richard Scolyer and how had put his life on the line to try and cure his own brain cancer, using the very treatment he helped pioneer to save melanoma patients.

458,000 also watched Media Watch before 302,000 tuned in to a repeat of Freddie Mercury – The Final Act.


On 10, The Project (169,000 6:30pm / 211,000 7pm) welcomed G Flip to the desk while I’m a Celeb’s Harry Garside also joined them. He spoke about how he has qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympics and revealed what the next 10 months will look like for him as he prepares for the games.

The Bachelors Australia then followed for 170,000 and it was the day after the opening ball, and the first opportunity the Bachelors had to invite the girls on single and group dates. Luke and Ellie embarked on a first date before Ben chose her to be on the group date as the boys continued to step on each other’s toes. Wes, on the other hand, revealed he was a virgin.


The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Riveted: The History of Jeans which revealed the fascinating and surprising story of the iconic American garment. 

Total TV Ratings, November 27

991,000 saw Seven’s The 1% Club, up 13%.

972,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away, up 26%.

764,000 tuned into 10’s Dessert Masters – Semi-Final, up 22%.

727,000 caught Australian Story, up 17%.

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