TV Ratings November 12, 2022: ABC’s Doc Martin crowned #1

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A Current Affair explores the ‘hotel from hell’

Total TV Ratings, November

Doc Martin’s first episode of season 10 dominated the total TV ratings, pulling in 1,018,000 views and rising 36%. 

Border Security – Australia’s Front Line on Seven came in next, reaching 608,000 people and rising by 4%.

The Capture on ABC experienced the most significant increase on total TV, with 58% reaching a total audience of 480,000

Overnight TV Ratings, November 12

Seven has won the Saturday night ratings, with a 28.6% network share and 19.8% primary channel share, followed closely by Nine with 18.8%. On the multichannels, 7TWO took out the win with a 3.6% share. 

Seven’s Border Security – Australia’s Front Line was the second entertainment program of the night, bringing in 357,000 views as the team realised a man was covering for his partner in crime after he was reluctant to answer their questions. Later in the night, Avengers: End Game clocked 218,000 views.

Nine’s A Current Affair was the network’s top show, with 407,000 views as the program explored the ‘hotel from hell.’ Additionally, Getaway clocked 250,000 views, while The Magnificent Seven reached an audience of 226,000. 

On ABC, Doc Martin won the night, bringing in 440,000 views to be the top entertainment program. The second episode of season 10 saw Bert’s new business venture with Al not off to a good start, while Penhale suspected noise complaints are due to paranormal activity.

On 10, Jamie’s One-Pan Wonders reached 141,000 people, while Blue Bloods brought in an audience of 133,000.

Secrets of the Royal Palaces on SBS reached 142,000 views.


Fox League claimed the top three spots on subscription TV with its Rugby League World Cup coverage. Australia took on New Zealand in the semi-final, winning 16-14 to secure a place in the final, bringing 202,000 views. The post-match coverage clocked 87,000 views, followed by the pre-game coverage with 68,000.

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