TV Ratings November 25, 2021: The Bachelorette finale clean sweeps key demos as Brooke chooses Darvid

The Bachelorette

• Seven rides Home and Away finale to another late survey win

Total TV Ratings for November 18, 2021

Home and Away has continued its strong performances in the total TV ratings with its three episodes ranking the top entertainment programs of the night with increases of 24%-28% seeing the episodes average just under a million.

Love Island Australia continued its huge total TV rating surges with an increase in its overnight ratings of 148%, bringing the viewership to 526,000.

The Bachelorette Australia also had a healthy boost of 53% bringing its audience to 506,000 viewers. The episode saw Brooke whittle down the contestants to the final three.

November 25 Overnight TV Ratings

• Nine cashes in on big Millionaire Hot Seat win in primetime

Primetime News

Seven News 890,000/881,000
Nine News 781,000/793,000
ABC News 609,000
10 News First 268,000 (5:00pm)/ 156,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 134,000 (6:30pm) 106,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs

A Current Affair 610,000
7.30 496,000
The Project 198,000 (6:30pm)/330,000 (7pm)
The Drum 149,000

Breakfast TV

Sunrise 260,000
Today 216,000
News Breakfast 186,000

Late News

Nine News late 159,000
ABC Late News 55,000
SBS World News Late 71,000


Seven edged out Nine to secure another late TV ratings survey win after securing the #1 primary channel (18.6%) and network (28.9%) last night.

Home and Away brought its 2021 season to a close with a 90-minute episode that brought in 493,000 viewers for the first hour and 449,000 for the last 30 minutes, aaking it the top entertainment program for the night.

The show had teased that the episode would see “a murder that no-one saw coming” that came in the form of Chloe Anderson’s father Matthew Montgomery, as a showdown outside the Parata house appeared to end in his death.

The Front Bar‘s Ashes edition then had 332,000 viewers as Sam Pang, Mick Molloy and Andy Maher traded in their Sherrin’s for Kookaburra’s. 

The Grand Finale of America’s Got Talent then had 149,000 viewers as Dustin Tavella was declared the winner.


A Current Affair had 610,000 viewers as the show continued to cover the investigation of the disappearance of Russell Hill and Carol Clay after Greg Lynn was charged yesterday. He will appear in court today.

Millionaire Hot Seat was bumped up into primetime last night as Antony McManus became only the second person in the show’s history to win $1 million. The historic moment brought in 428,000 viewers.

The theme of the night continued as Nine aired both episodes of the mini-series Quiz which tells the story of Charles Ingram, a former British army major, who caused a major scandal after being caught cheating his way to winning £1 million on the game show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.


The Project had 198,000 (6:30pm) and 330,000 (7:00pm) as the show discussed Australia’s consideration of boycotting the Beijing Winter Olympics.

The finale of the Bachelorette had 439,000 viewers and was #1 in all key demos as Brooke made the final decision to choose Darvid over Jamie-Lee.

When Brooke told Dravid of her choice she said: “Darvid, from the moment I met you, I felt a lot of feelings. I felt calm, I felt trusting, I felt an instant connection and chemistry that I’ve never ever felt with anyone before. Darvid, I don’t know how to say this. You came in here and granted me three wishes, and I still have one left. Darvid, will you make me the happiest girl…” before bursting into tears. 

Darvid replied: “I genuinely have known from the first moment I met you it was going to be the start of something special. I’ve completely fallen in love with you as you know. I want you to always feel loved and I want you to always feel supported.” 


The documentary Following the Drug Money had 303,000 viewers before Q+A was live from Sydney with Stan Grant, bringing in 261,000.


The top program on SBS was Wonderful World of Chocolate with 162,000 viewers.

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