TV Ratings November 29, 2023: Will Remi survive? Home and Away season finale ends with a bang

Remi Home and Away 2023

A repeat of Hard Quiz tops prime time entertainment

Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo a winner for Nine
• 887K tune in to Home and Away in Total TV

Overnight TV Ratings, November 29

TV Ratings

Primetime News
Seven News 849,000 (6:00pm) / 796,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 705,000 (6:00pm) / 744,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 569,000
10 News First 192,000 (5:00pm)/ 130,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 123,000 (6:30pm)/ 115,000 (7:00pm)

Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 561,000
7.30 448,000
The Project 148,000 6:30pm / 228,000 7pm

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 219,000
Today 191,000
News Breakfast 158,000

Share summary

Seven won Wednesday night with a primary share of 17.9% and a network share of 29.1%.

7Two has won multi channels with a 4.2% share.

Nine received a primary share of 19.6% and a network share of 28.5%.

10 took a 6.9% primary share and a network share of 13.8%.


395,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with the season finale of Seven’s Home and Away. After Eden’s romantic getaway with Cash leaves her wanting, she calls Remi to come and pick her up. Remi then hops on his motorcycle, only to be struck by a car with two unknown men. He is left lifeless on the ground. Later that night, wondering where Remi was, Eden sneaks into the bush to go to the bathroom before she stumbles across two men digging a hole in the dead of night. She was knocked unconscious and bundled into an unknown car. Is this the end of both Eden and Remi?

138,000 / 97,000 stayed on for two episodes of Big Brother. Sonia entered the bedroom with a megaphone and woke up the sleeping housemates to send them straight to the eviction room. 


Nine’s A Current Affair (561,000) put the spotlight on Brittany Higgins, who for the second time in a court of law, has recounted the events of March 2019 and her experience with Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann.

Then, 388,000 watched Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo as Lwasi the male lion left brother Ato, lioness Maya and their five cubs behind at Taronga Sydney to move to Western Plains Zoo to start a family of his own.

285,000 then watched Clarkson’s Farm while 117,000 also saw Luxe Listings Sydney.


448,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore how e-scooters are becoming a common sight in some cities as one injured man has a warning for riders and Sarah Ferguson interviewed Margaritis Schinas, Vice President of the European Commission. 

423,000 then watched a repeat of Hard Quiz, which was the number one in prime-time entertainment.

Question Everything was up next for 382,000. Hosts Wil Anderson and Jan Fran were joined by Alex Lee, Suren Jayemanne and Mel Buttle.

220,000 also tuned in to Australian Epic.


On 10, The Project’s (148,000 6:30pm / 228,000 7pm) looked at the 14-year-old school student who incredibly prevented a disaster when she took control of a runaway bus in northern NSW and spoke to Jason Donovan via satellite.

Adam Hills: Grow Another Foot followed as Adam Hills got the chance of a lifetime to play at an international level. He had a crucial decision to make, will he wear the green and gold or join his regular English Rugby League team?

A repeat of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit followed for 118,000 before an all-new episode of My Life is Murder for 88,000.


The highest rating non-news show on SBS was IKEA: How Do They Really Do It? with 182,000 tuning in to see industry insiders, retail experts and former employees lift the lid on the world’s biggest furniture seller, IKEA.

Total TV Ratings, November 22

887,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away, up 30%.

669,000 watch Question Everything, up 12%.

540,000 watched Nine’s Taronga: Who’s Who in the Zoo, up 13%.

414,000 tuned into 10’s Mirror Mirror: Are You Well, up 12%.

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