TV Ratings November 20: Seven Worlds One Planet a winner

• Gruen on streaming TV plus Sampson and Howcroft on the ABC

Wednesday Week 47 2019

• Nine is four from four with Seven Worlds One Planet a winner
• Gruen on streaming TV plus Sampson and Howcroft on the ABC

• Seven News 932,000/882,000
• Nine News775,000/750,000
• A Current Affair651,000
• ABC News600,000
• 7.30545,000
• The Project250,000/442,000
• 10 News First365,000
• The Drum166,000
• SBS World News121,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise263,000
• Today200,000


Home and Away was again close to 550,000 after 566,000 and 608,000 previously this week.

Zumbo’s Just Desserts reversed its trend last night with an audience of 385,000 after the first three nights of the week saw the numbers go from 446,000, to 393,000 and then 359,000.

The only episode of The Good Doctor that will screen this week did 450,000 after audiences of 462,000 and 407,000 last week.

The Front Bar cricket edition fills the slot tonight.


After a jumbo edition on Tuesday night, A Current Affair returned to its usual format with 651,000. Reporter Pippa Bradshaw managed to find some residents moaning their neighbours Christmas lights were too bright.

David Attenborough Seven Worlds One Planet then did 772,000 which is a big 7.30pm number in the penultimate week of the survey year.

Nine then went with the movie Red Dog – True Blue which did 316,000.


The Project recovered a little from close to 400,000 on Tuesday to 442,000 after 7pm. It was a comedy special evening with both Pete Helliar and Tommy Little at the desk plus a visit from Jimeoin.

The channel then premiered its new US comedy The Unicorn which has been given a 7.30pm slot. The series debuted with two episodes recording 324,000 and 276,000.

Playing for Keeps then did 186,000 after a not-so-hot lead-in. It was on 298,000 last week.


On the eve of the First Test, Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery spent time with Ian Chappell. The episode did 486,000 after 461,000 last week.

Gruen then did 640,000 after 670,000 a week earlier. The show spent much of the evening discussing streaming platforms Netflix and Disney+ and even featured Todd Sampson and RusselHowcroft with strategies how the ABC could attract bigger audiences.

The final episode of the short season of Frayeddid 319,000 after 343,000 a week ago.


Tony Robinson’s World by Rail did 195,000 as he travelled around Europe.

The first episode of Child Genius Australia this season debuted with 164,000.

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