• Seven also aired Independence Day: Resurgence to 154,000
Total TV Ratings, November 18
ABC’s Vera topped entertainment on Total TV with 604,000 growing by 13%.
ABC’s Annika saw a growth of 86% for a total audience of 318,000.
Overnight TV Ratings, November 25
Seven enjoyed a Saturday night win in the network shares while Seven and Nine tied in the primary channel shares with 27.8% each. GEM won the multichannels with 4.1%.
Seven’s airing of Border Security – Australia’s Front Line saw 425,000 tune in as a young man’s bag tested positive for a narcotic, leaving his partner deeply unimpressed with something else he was hiding. Seven also aired Independence Day: Resurgence, the sequel to Independence Day to 154,000.
Nine’s airing of Getaway saw 244,000 tune in as the team arrived in the Red Centre cycling around Alice Springs while also taking a cultural tour of Singapore. Then, they stopped over in France’s culinary capital, Lyon. A Current Affair also saw 420,000 tune in as the program investigated a council parks proposal threatening to shut down a disability golf program.
On the ABC, Vera saw 364,000 viewers as Vera was called to a remote lighthouse where a body was discovered lashed to a sailboat. All Creatures Great and Small saw 360,000 tune in as Siegfried suffered a mishap with a dog, teaching him a lesson.
10 aired The Dog House to 145,000 as American bulldog Buddy threw his weight around with couple Katie and James.
SBS aired Britain’s Most Luxurious Train Journeys to 107,000.
The Adelaide Supercars topped STV for Saturday with 119,000 tuning in on Fox Sports 506.