TV Ratings November 23, 2022: Fisk brings the funny to ABC


Soccer fans get up early for Australia v France

• Total TV: Fisk and Love Island dominate

Total TV Ratings, November 16

Kitty Flanagan’s Fisk continued to be a total TV heavy hitter, lifting 67% and cracking the 1 million mark. 1,122,000 tuned in as Glenn Robbins made another appearance as Dean. Also on the ABC, the season finale of Hard Quiz rose 15% with 859,000 tuning in.

Nine’s Country Home Rescue with Shaynna Blaze rose 19%, with 683,000 tuning in. Love Island was up 655%, rising to 355,000.

Seven’s repeat of Hey Hey It’s 100 Years was watched by 640,000, up 7%.

Overnight TV Ratings, November 23

Primetime News
Seven News 799,000 (6:30pm)/ 815,000 (6:00pm)
Nine News 631,000 (6:30pm)/ 623,000 (6:00pm)
ABC News 562,000
10 News First 222,000 (5:00pm)/ 133,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 110,000 (6:30pm)/ 73,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 488,000
7.30 474,000
The Project 170,000 (6:30pm)/ 278,000 (7pm)
The Drum 133,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 209,000
Today 165,000
News Breakfast 158,000

Late News
ABC Late News 87,000
Nine News Late 55,000
The Latest: Seven News: 125,000

Nine has won the night by a narrow margin, with a primary share of 16.6%, however Seven has come out on top for network share with 24.%. The highest rating multichannel was 10 Peach, coming in with 3.6%.

Nine’s A Current Affair began its farewell to Tracy Grimshaw ahead of her final episode tonight. 488,000 tuned in as the show looked back at some of the biggest interviews of Grimshaw’s career. Country Home Rescue with Shaynna Blaze continued on, with 332,000 watching as Blaze continued her renovations. 

On Seven, Home and Away drew a crowd of 444,000. Code 1: Minute by Minute then covered the Perth Air Show Disaster for 272,000.

7.30 brought 474,000 to the ABC as the show looked ahead to this Saturday’s Victorian election.  A repeat of Hard Quiz gave away the big brass mug in front of 451,000. Question Everything lifted the lid on the FIFA World Cup for 386,000, before 500,000 settled in for Fisk.

The FIFA World Cup continues on SBS, with 461,000 getting up early to watch as the Socceroos took on France. Australia got off to a good start, scoring the first goal, but the reigning champs made a swift comeback to win the game 4-1.

On 10, The Project (170,000 6:30pm / 278,000 7pm) formally announced the arrival of Sarah Harris to the team, and interviewed actor Tom Felton. Claremont: A Killer Among Us debuted, with part one attracting 266,000 viewers.

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