TV Ratings November 13, 2022: 9Gem outrates the Main Channel with T20 World Cup final

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Total TV: The Block finale cracks 2.8 million

• England take home the T20 World Cup title
• Australia’s Got Talent finds its Grand Finalists

• The Traitors sees one final twist as Alex takes the crown

Total TV Ratings, November 6

The finale of The Block saw a tense round of actions air in front of 2,355,000 – up 17%. Omar and Oz were crowned the winners in front of 2,856,000, also lifting 17%.

Australia’s Got Talent revealed the first six grand finalists for this year’s season for 821,000, lifting 14%. 

On the ABC, Inside the Sydney Opera House lifted 8% for a total audience of 491,000. Significant Others followed with 405,000, up 52%. 

The Traitors was up 37%, for a total audience of 368,000.

Overnight TV Ratings, November 13

Primetime News
Seven News 793,000
Nine News 693,000
ABC News 555,000
10 News First 194,000 (5:00pm)/156,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 149,000 (6:30pm)/103,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
Insiders 364,000
The Project 182,000 (6:30 pm)/255,000 (7pm)

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 211,000
News Breakfast 178,000
Today 153,000

Seven has won the night with an 18.5% primary share. Nine has topped the night for network share, coming in at 37.5%. This was thanks to 9Gem, which had a 16.9% share (topping multichannels, and even beating the Nine main channel’s 15.6%) by showing the final of the ICC T20 cricket world cup.

On Seven, Australia’s Got Talent found its grand finalists in front of 519,000. The six performers competing for AGT Grand Final glory are: travelling Ukrainian aerial sensation Oleg; all-female acrobatic gymnastics troupe Acromazing; comedy superstar in the making Emo Majok; circus clown Walison Muh; 11-year-old rising pop-star Sienna Kaitlyn; and head-to-head balancing act Ramadhani brothers

Nine’s My Mum Your Dad brought a new mum into the house, and challenged the parents with an intimacy workshop in front of 325,000 viewers. 60 Minutes then spoke to Paris Hilton to help uncover the truth about the ‘troubled teens’ industry for 331,000.

Later in the night, England took on Pakistan in the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup final, with England coming out victorious in front of 501,000. 

A repeat of ABC’s Death in Paradise drew a crowd of 389,000, before the drama continued with 227,000 tuning in for Significant Others.

On 10, The Sunday Project (182,000 6:30pm / 255,000 7pm) met the rulers of Australian micronations, and interviewed Sylvester Stallone. Alex came out on top in the finale of The Traitors, with 228,000 watching as she fought her way to the crown. 265,000 then watched the winner announcement, with Alex taking home the cash.

See Also: Alex deceives her way to the top, winning $250,000 on The Traitors

The highest rating non-news show on SBS was a repeat of Titanic: Into The Heart Of The Wreck with 92,000.

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