TV Ratings November 24, 2022: Tracy Grimshaw farewells ACA

Tracy Grimshaw

• Seven #1 thanks to The Chase and H&A

• Over 500k farewell Tracy Grimshaw
• Baker Boy wins big at the ARIA  Awards

Total TV Ratings, November 17

Home and Away was the top non-news program in the total TV ratings with an average audience of 897,000 viewers tuning in for the show’s first two episodes, an increase of 24% on its overnight viewership. The third and final episode of the night also performed well with 848,000 viewers, an increase of 27%.

On Nine, Love Island Australia was again the biggest riser with an increase of 909% giving it an audience of 353,000 viewers. 

The top program on 10 was a repeat of Ambulance Australia with 309,000, an increase of 6%. 

Overnight TV Ratings, November 24

Primetime News
Seven News 795,000/772,000
Nine News 583,000/586,000
ABC News 496,000
10 News First 225,000 (5:00pm)/138,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 108,000 (6:30pm)/95,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 554,000
7.30 408,000
The Project 163,000 (6:30pm)/ 274,000 (7pm)
The Drum 120,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 209,000
Today 170,000
News Breakfast 162,000

In a very even night where every primary channel had over a 10% share, Seven came out #1 with a winning primary channel share of 18.1%, it was also the top network with 26.4%. This comes on one of the final days of the TV ratings survey for the year, after Seven has already claimed victory for total people in 2022.

The Chase Australia was the top non-news program of the day with an audience of 456,000 tuning in. In primetime, Home and Away was the top non-news program for Seven with an average of 414,000 tuning in for the first episode, and 375,000 tuning in for the third ep.

On Nine, A Current Affair had 554,000 viewers tune in for Tracy Grimshaw’s final episode of ACA, as she bid farewell after 17 years at the helm. Grimshaw reflected on her time on the show and admitted she’s not good at goodbyes, before thanking her viewers. Afterwards, the ARIA Awards had 243,000 viewers, as Baker Boy was the big winner.

On the ABC, a repeat of You Can’t Ask That had 227,000 viewers as the show showcased firefighters. 

On 10, part two of Claremont: A Killer Among Us had 314,000 viewers.

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