TV Ratings Nov 23: Seven’s Good Doctor continues to dominate Thursdays

Mediaweek editor James Manning looks at last night’s TV ratings

• Seven’s The Good Doctor continues to dominate Thursday nights
• Final session of Nine’s First Ashes Test coverage pushes into top 10

See full ratings figures on the Mediaweek Morning Report here.


After three nights over 650,000, the Thursday Home and Away triple play did 660,000.

The Good Doctor continues to write a ratings-winning prescription with another 1m+ crowd.

The Grand Tour then followed with 358,000, which was good enough for a top 20 spot.


The initial ratings we have indicate A Current Affair had its best night of the week, but cricket and Nine News over-run would have had something to do with that.

The numbers then indicate RBT did 609,000.

The timely doco repeat Truth and Lies: The Family Manson did 377,000.


The Project was on 438,000 with guests including Russell Peters and Jacqui Lambie.

Cram then did 346,000 followed by the season final of Gogglebox, which lifted the audience to 562,000.


After the News and 7.30, Would I Lie To You? on 425,000 was the only other program to crack the top 20.

At 8.30pm The Ex-PM did 310,000.


Great British Railway Journeys had the best crowd with 301,000.

Food Safari Earth followed at 8pm with 239,000.

The River Cottage Australia 8.30pm hour was on 179,000.

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