TV Ratings November 13: Bride and Prejudice gaining momentum

• Seven’s win powered by H&A, B&P and The Good Doctor

• Seven’s win powered by H&A, B&P and The Good Doctor
• Marc Fennell guest hosts SBS Insight on gifted children


After starting its week on 676,000, Home And Away Tuesday did 612,000.

Bride & Prejudice is really starting to get some critical momentum, with one report today comparing it to the best in class Married At First Sight. Izzy and Simon’s relationship unravelled with a broken engagement. Simon last night admitted his mind was on other things. “If Izzy didn’t end it tonight, I would have. I don’t care. I don’t give a shit! I’m not showing any emotion because I’m not feeling any. I’m glad that it ended.” The episode did 653,000 after 668,000 on Monday and 744,000 on Tuesday last week.

The Good Doctor then sealed Seven’s Tuesday win with 602,000 after 677,000 a week ago.


Workers revolting against poor conditions and the best arm candy were both part of A Current Affair, which was on 694,000.

The second episode of Family Food Fight this week did 419,000 after 384,000 on Monday and 403,000 last Tuesday.

Two episodes of The Big Bang Theory then did 475,000 and 425,000.

Two episodes of Kath & Kim followed on 237,000 and 212,000.


The Project reported on the reopening of Pellegrini’s, the death of Stan Lee and UFO boss Dana White was on the show from Sydney. The episode was on 414,000 after 433,000 on Monday.

Ambulance Australia then did 539,000 after 520,000 last week. It was 10’s second most-watched show nationally last week and its fourth in metro markets.

US crime night time then with FBI on 291,000 and NCIS: Los Angeles doing 201,000.


The final episode of Ask The Doctor was on 400,000 after 391,000 a week ago.

The final instalment of Barrenjoey Road then did 374,000 after the first two episodes had audiences of 409,000 and 410,000.


The second episode of Child Genius did 219,000 after launching on 213,000 on Monday.

Marc Fennell then hosted an episode of Insight on gifted children with 238,000 watching.

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