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• Seven and Nine exchange razor-thin wins

Total TV Ratings for November 8, 2021

Home and Away was the top program in the total TV ratings with 1.079m viewers, an increase of 21%.

Parental Guidance was the top non-news program on Nine with 1.063m, an increase of 28%. The episode saw the Helicopter, Tiger, Disciplined, Free Range and Home School parents take on a series of challenges.

Have You Been Paying Attention? was the top program on 10 with 1.014m tuning in for its episode that featured Aaron Chen, Emma Holland, Fifi Box, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang.

November 16 Overnight TV Ratings

• Best of the rest: Celebrity Masterchef, Parental Guidance, Big Brother VIP

Primetime News
Seven News 925,000/933,000
Nine News 881,000/895,000
ABC News 604,000
10 News First 295,000 (5:00pm)/ 225,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 146,000 (6:30pm) 129,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 676,000
7.30 531,000
The Project 259,000 (6:30pm)/435,000 (7:00pm)
The Drum 158,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 254,000
Today 229,000
News Breakfast 115,000

Late News
ABC Late News 75,000
The Latest 112,000
Nine News Late 84,000
SBS World News Late 58,000


Seven narrowly edged out Nine by 16.9% to 16.8% in the primary channel shares but narrowly lost 25.7% to 25.8% for the top network share as the two broadcasters continue to fight it out late into the survey period.

Home and Away started off its week with an audience of 560,000.

Big Brother VIP aired at 7:30pm, bringing in 320,000 viewers. The episode saw Ellie Gonsalves and Dayne Beams evicted but a twist from Big Brother revealed that they would have a chance to get back into the game.

A double episode of 9-1-1 then brought in 197,000 and 182,000 viewers.


A Current Affair had 676,000 viewers last night as it covered a renewed bushland search for William Tyrrell.

On Parental Guidance, after the Tiger parents and Free Rangers put together a Talent Show and Best Sleepover Ever on Sunday night, the Strict and Routine parents then had to do a Birthday Bash and Great Aussie BBQ. In the end, Free Range parents Penny and Daniel and Tiger parents Kevin and Debbie were sent through to the next round, the Wilderness challenge. The episode had 481,000 viewers, which was down on last weeks 604,000.

Love Island Australia was back in the 8:40pm time slot, bringing in 201,000 viewers. The episode saw two newcomers, Jade Shelford and Eliza Kennedy, enter the villa.


The Project had 259,000 (6:30pm) and 435,000 (7:00pm) as the show also covered the new information concerning the case of William Tyrrell.

MasterChef Australia aired its semi-final last night with 557,000 viewers tuning in. The episode saw Rebecca Gibney and Dilruk Jayasinha go home. Rebecca’s lamb shanks, a lamb croquette, potato fondant with a lamb reduction and a lemon thyme butter didn’t have enough butter in her fondants, and her lamb coquette was a little dry.  While Dilruk’s prawn curry was rich, glossy and flavourful, his beetroot curry was too mild, and Jock found a poop chute in his prawn.  The episode was up on last week’s 477,000.

The final Have You Been Paying Attention? of the year then had 731,000 viewers. The episode featured Kitty Flanagan, Marty Sheargold, Celia Pacquola, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang. The program was the top non-news show of the night and #1 in all key demos.


Australian Story had 459,000 viewers as it told the story of Lauren Burns and her fight to make it easier for donor-conceived children to find their biological families.

Universe with Brian Cox then had 355,000 viewers, followed by Media Watch with 337,000.


The top program on SBS was a repeat of Britain’s Most Historic Towns with 160,000 viewers.

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