TV Ratings November 11, 2021: The Socceroos might not have scored but 10 did with international soccer match

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• TV ratings war: Nine and Seven have another close battle for #1

Total TV Ratings for October 28, 2021

Gogglebox was the top non-news program in the total TV ratings with 939,000 viewers, an increase of 23%.

Home and Away was the top program on Seven with its three episodes last Thursday all up by over 22%.

Love continues to blossom in the total TV ratings with The Bachelorette up 36% to 584,000 viewers while Love Island was up 130% to 469,000 viewers.

November 4 Overnight TV Ratings

• Home and Away dominates with three episode Thursday

Primetime News

Seven News 900,000/845,000
Nine News 812,000/803,000
ABC News 574,000
10 News First 268,000 (5:00pm)/ 168,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 133,000 (6:30pm) 112,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs

A Current Affair 625,000
7.30 448,000
The Project 198,000 (6:30pm)/270,000 (7pm)
The Drum 144,000

Breakfast TV

Sunrise 237,000
Today 229,000
News Breakfast 223,000

Late News

ABC Late News 39,000
SBS World News Late 39,000


Nine and Seven had had some razor-thin margins in the TV ratings war this year but last night it was too close to call in the primary channel share with both broadcasters registering 17.6%. However, Seven was able to separate itself from Nine in the network share with its 28.3% enough to secure itself the win.

Home and Away was the top non-news program last night as Seven enjoyed the success of the iconic Aussie soap by airing three episodes back-to-back-to-back. The first episodes averaged 501,000, while the final ep had 446,000 viewers.

America’s Got Talent then aired its second episode of the quarterfinals, bringing in 187,000 viewers.


A Current Affair had 625,000 viewers as the show spoke to the Hayter family who criticised a court ruling that they claim gave the company responsible for their son’s death just a slap on the wrist.

RBT then aired at 7:30pm bringing in an audience of 394,000, before a repeat of Paramedics had 350,000 viewers.

Love Island Australia aired at 9:30pm with 152,000 tuning in as  Aaron Waters shocked his fellow contestants by choosing to leave the Villa.


The Project had 198,000 (6:30pm) and 270,000 (7:00pm) as the show discussed the climate deal between the US and China, and also spoke with Will Ferrell

There was no Bachelorette last night as 10 aired the Socceroos clash with Saudi Arabia live from CommBank Stadium in Sydney. The match had 447,000 viewers as the sides played out a 0-0 draw.


Panorama had 387,000 viewers as the show examined call centre scammers.

Q+A was live from Sydney with host Stan Grant. The episode had 263,000 as it discussed Australia’s place in a complicated international landscape.


The top program on SBS was Cornwall & Devon with Michael Portillo with 209,000 viewers.

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