TV Ratings November 9, 2022: Nine’s T20 a gem for the network


• Seven tops primary channels with H&A and Hey Hey!

• T20 Semi-final pushes Nine to #1 network
• The ABC’s laugh heavy Wednesdays continue to perform

Total TV Ratings, November 2

The ABC’s Fisk was the top non-news program in the total TV ratings with a solid 1.112m tuning in, after a strong increase of 66% on its overnight ratings.

Seven’s Kitchen Nightmares Australia was the top commercial entertainment program with 934,000 an increase of 25%. Also on Seven, Home and Away had 929,000 viewers, up 21%.

The top program on 10 was a repeat of Dog House Australia with 404,000 an increase of 4%. 

Love Island Australia continues to perform well despite airing first on 9Now, with 321,000 viewers, an increase of 598% on its late-night catch-up viewing. 

Overnight TV Ratings, November 7

Primetime News
Seven News 777,000/772,000
Nine News 682,000/680,000
ABC News 512,000
10 News First 233,000 (5:00pm)/152,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 135,000 (6:30pm)/ 108,000 (7:00pm)

Daily current affairs
A Current Affair 507,000
7.30 423,000
The Project 174,000 (6:30pm)/ 274,000 (7pm)
The Drum 112,000

Breakfast TV
Sunrise 224,000
Today 178,000
News Breakfast 160,000

Seven (18.1%) edged out Nine (31.4%) for the top primary TV channel last night but Nine coasted to a network share win with 31.4% thanks to the strong success of the T20 World Cup on 9Gem, with the multichannel producing a share of 8.2%.

On Seven, Home and Away was the top entertainment program of the night with 458,000 viewers. A repeat of Hey Hey It’s 50 Years then followed with 343,000 viewers.

On Nine, A Current Affair had 507,000 viewers as the program told the story of a Melbourne couple who lost their home in a storm and were told Yarra Ranges Council that its unlikely they’ll be able to rebuild. On 9Gem, the T20 World Cup semi-final between New Zealand and Pakistan had 172,000 viewers.

On 10, a repeat of Dog House Australia had 294,000 viewers before The Real Love Boat had 130,000 viewers.

On the ABC, Hard Quiz had 451,000 viewers tune in to see who would win the Big Brass Mug, before Fisk continued its strong second-season performance with 430,000.

The top non-news program on SBS was Stolen: Catching The Art Thieves with 91,000 viewers.

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