TV Ratings November 18, 2021: Younger demo tunes in for supercharged Bachelorette ep


• Multi-channels help Seven edge out Nine

Total TV Ratings for November 11, 2021

Home and Away topped the total TV ratings with an average of over 1.052m viewers for its first two episodes, while the third episode of the night had 981,000 viewers. Both episodes were up by over 23% on their overnight ratings.

The Socceroos v Saudia Arabia football match ended up with an audience of 624,000 and was the top program on 10 for the night.

The big riser of the night was once again Love Island Australia which was up a mind-boggling 167% to 529,000 viewers.

November 18 Overnight TV Ratings

• Home and Away triple-header finishes #1 entertainment

Primetime News

Seven News 859,000/858,000
Nine News 812,000/771,000
ABC News 576,000
10 News First 290,000 (5:00pm)/ 196,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 112,000 (6:30pm) 133,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs

A Current Affair 616,000
7.30 468,000
The Project 218,000 (6:30pm)/363,000 (7pm)
The Drum 121,000

Breakfast TV

Sunrise 248,000
Today 236,000
News Breakfast 120,000

Late News

ABC Late News 55,000
SBS World News Late 50,000


Seven and Nine ended up dead in even in primary channel share with 18.3% a piece, but Seven’s multi-channels helped lead the network to the #1 share last night with 29.3%. Seven had the top two multi-channels of the night in 7TWO (4.7%) and 7mate (4.5%).

Home and Away was the top non-news program of the night with 464,000 viewers for its first two episodes, while 437,000 tuned in for its third and final episode of the night.

7NEWS Spotlight: Secrets of the UFOs then had 301,000 before the first semi-final on America’s Got Talent had 124,000 viewers.


A Current Affair had 616,000 viewers as reporter Steve Marshall spoke with William Tyrrell’s biological grandmother, as the investigation into his disappearance continues.

The 7:30pm slot was then occupied by RBT which brought in 439,000 viewers. This was followed by a repeat of Paramedics with 370,000 viewers.

Love Island Australia then came on at 9:30pm. The episode had 164,000 viewers.


The Project had 218,000 (6:30pm) and 363,000 (7:00pm) as show discussed the problems facing Victoria’s problematic pandemic bill.

An extended and supercharged episode of The Bachelorette then had 270,000 viewers as two separate rose ceremonies saw Kurt, Millie and Konrad left without a rose and going home. The episode saw an artistic double date before the final four took Brooke on their hometown visits. The final three is now Darvid, Holly, and Jamie-Lee as the show is getting down to the pointy end of the rose. The episode was the #1 show in 16 to 39s.


The documentary Exposing the Illegal Organ Trade had 276,000 viewers before Q+A was live from Melbourne with David Speers, bringing in 284,000 viewers.


Cornwall & Devon with Michael Portillo was the top program on SBS last night with 267,000 viewers tuning in.

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