TV Ratings November 11, 2022: Seven enjoys a Friday win

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The Chase on Seven claimed the top entertainment spot for the night

Total TV Ratings, November 4

The ICC Men’s T20  on Nine was the top program on total TV, increasing by 4% to reach a total audience of 715,000. 

Better Homes and Gardens on Seven enjoyed a lift of 7% to reach 647,000 people, while All Creatures Great and Small on ABC rose 68% for a 647,000 viewer reach.

Fisk on ABC had the highest lift on overnight with 145% to reach an audience of 421,000.

Overnight TV Ratings, November 11

Seven has come out on top, narrowly taking the primary channel share with 19.8% and network share with 28.4%. Nine had a primary channel share of 19.3% and a network share of 27.3%. On the multichannels, 7TWO won the night with a 3.8% share. 

The Chase on Seven claimed the top entertainment spot for the night, bringing in 427,000 views. Later in the night, Better Homes and Gardens clocked 388,000 views as Joh and Charlie cruised around Alaska, while Adam shared the golden rules of tiling.

A Current Affair on Nine was the network’s top program bringing in 433,000 views. The program explored the battle soldiers face when they come home from the frontline. Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo came in next, reaching 298,000 viewers.

On ABC, Gardening Australia reached 388,000 viewers as Costa picked the perfect citrus and Millie toured a designer’s colourful garden. Later in the night, Fran Kelly’s chat show Frankly clocked 290,000 and saw Kelly speak with comedian and host of QI Sandi Toksvig, AFL legend and Australian of the Year Adam Goodes, illustrator David Hardy, and music superstar Big Freedia.

On 10, The Living Room saw Miguel help throw a surprise 60th anniversary seafood lunch, bringing in 238,000 views.

Good with Wood was the most-watched program on SBS, with 97,000 views.


Credlin on Sky News claimed the top spot on subscription TV, pulling in 39,000 views. Paw Patrol on Nick Jr came in next, clocking 30,000 views followed by Ryan’s Mystery Playdate with 28,000.

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