TV Ratings November 21: Seven Worlds, One Planet key to another Nine win

• Front Bar cricket edition keeps Seven competitive

Thursday Week 47 2019

 • Seven News 877,000/871,000
• Nine News 828,000/797,000
• A Current Affair 635,000
• ABC News 609,000
• 7.30 526,000
• The Project 224,000/360,000
• 10 News First 372,000
• The Drum 164,000
• SBS World News 120,000

Breakfast TV

• Sunrise 293,000
• Today 197,000

Seven

The channel had FTA coverage of the First Test: Australia v Pakistan during the day with the three sessions recording audiences of 253,000, 347,000 and then 474,000.

Home and Away screened two episodes after 7pm, ending the week on 551,000.

An episode of Border Patrol then did 362,000.

A special cricket edition of The Front Bar then won its timeslot with 391,000 with guests including Thommo and Brian Lara.

The doco Inside the G then did 241,000.

Nine

A Current Affair was just under 650,00 which ranked it third most-watched program yesterday.

A second episode of Seven Worlds, One Planet then did 595,000 after 772,000 on Wednesday night.

The 2016 movie London Has Fallen was then on 280,000.

10

The Project had a tough night with 360,000 after 7pm.

Jamie Oliver: The Naked Chef Bares All then did 442,000 which is a competitive number in the slot at this stage of the week.

Trial By Kyle than got an early slot, but the audience slipped to 229,000 after 307,000 last week after The Bachelorette finale.

ABC

Grand Designs Australia did 393,000 after 8pm.

Shetland was on 230,000.

SBS

The Wonderful World of Chocolate attracted 150,000 at 7.30pm.

The premiere episode of On Becoming a God in Central Florida did 115,000 for two episodes after 8.30pm.

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