TV Ratings November 15, 2022: Kitchen Nightmares brings the heat

Kitchen Nightmares

Things get tense on My Mum Your Dad

• The Cheap Seats gets the last laugh of 2022
• Marc Fennell puts together the pieces on Stuff The British Stole

Overnight TV Ratings, November 15

Primetime News
Seven News 861,000/822,000
Nine News 708,000/702,000
ABC News 547,000
10 News First 245,000 (5:00pm)/149,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 139,000 (6:30pm)/110,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 599,000
7.30 445,000
The Project 193,000 (6:30pm)/ 323,000 (7pm)
The Drum 108,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 219,000
Today 178,000
News Breakfast 197,000

Late News
ABC Late News 52,000
Nine News Late 65,000
The Latest: Seven News 103,000

Nine has won the night with a primary channel share of 19.8% and a network share of 27.8%. 7Mate came out on top for multichannels with a 4.0% share.

Nine’s A Current Affair was watched by 599,000 as the show asked whether Grimshaw Street was named after their own Tracy Grimshaw, and interviewed a woman who was forced to flee to higher ground when floodwater came rushing in. My Mum Your Dad began with a blow-up, as 414,000 watched Tonya snap at the other kids for voting her mum, Marette, out. A repeat of Travel Guides then took 264,000 to Byron Bay and the surrounding area. 

Seven’s Home and Away brought 458,000 along to Summer Bay, before Kitchen Nightmares headed to Winmalee in the Blue Mountains to help Araucaria restaurant owners Anthony and Lauren. 416,000 tuned in as Colin tried his best to turn the place around, but ultimately the financial and emotional strain of running Araucaria lead to its closing.

On the ABC, 7.30 covered Anthony Albanese’s meeting with China’s Xi Jinping, and new measures to recycle all of Australia’s plastic waste by 2040 for 445,000 viewers. Marc Fennell went on a scavenger hunt for pieces of an ancient Palestinian mosaic for 341,000 on Stuff The British Stole, before Magda’s Big National Health Check had 330,000 tune in.

The Project (193,000 6:30pm / 323,000 7pm) covered the NSW floods and met with Russell Crowe, who talked about his latest film, Poker Face and losing his father. The second episode of The Challenge reached 193,000 people, with Jack Vidgen and Audrey Kano eliminated. The final episode of The Cheap Seats for the year then took a look back at some of the biggest laughs of 2022 for 343,000.

The highest rating show on SBS was a repeat of Great British Railway Journeys with 147,000.

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