• A non-elimination leg on The Amazing Race: Celebrity Edition
Overnight TV Ratings, November 2
Seven News 799,000 (6:00pm) / 760,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 653,000 (6:00pm) / 635,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 500,000
10 News First 197,000 (5:00pm)/ 140,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 114,000 (6:30pm)/ 90,000 (7:00pm)
Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 563,000
The Project 160,000 6:30pm / 248,000 7pm
News Breakfast 145,000
Nine won Thursday night with a primary share of 19.4% and a network share of 27.3%.
7Two has won multi channels with a 3.5% share.
Seven received a primary share of 19.1% and a network share of 27.0%.
10 took a 9.8% primary share and a network share of 16.9%.
Nine’s A Current Affair (563,000) reported on the woman at the centre of Victoria’s alleged mushroom poisoning mystery, Erin Patterson, who has been charged with murder and attempted murder after she was arrested at her home on November 2.
Then, 389,000 watched RBT with episodes “Speeding Street Kid” and “New Year’s Bad Luck”, before 309,000 tuned in for Emergency where Dr Mark Putland and the Royal Melbourne Hospital trauma team have minutes to save a truck driver’s severed leg. A week ago, 298,000 watched on.
A repeat of Big Miracles followed for 135,000, exploring the emotional world of IVF.
389,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with Home and Away. 389,000 watched the first double episode, while 337,000 saw Home and Away Late. During the mammoth run, Dana wanted to give back and Tane snapped before he was ready to rebound. Kirby and Theo then teamed up to write a song before Marilyn’s work request backfired and Leah’s nightmares escalate, admitting to Justin she needs help.
167,000 stayed on for a repeat of the film Kingsman: The Golden Circle. When the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, their journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organisation in the US called Statesman.
397,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 detailed how Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will be visiting China this weekend — the first trip by an Australian PM in seven years plus, the program looked at how the unsuccessful Voice referendum has sparked a backlash in Queensland and Sarah Ferguson interviewed former PM Kevin Rudd.
331,000 then watched Martin Clunes: Islands of the Pacific. During the episode, Martin Clunes climbed an active volcano and met a tribe that worshipped Prince Philip.
A repeat of Grand Designs followed for 291,000 before 155,000 watched a repeat of Miriam Margolyes: Australia Unmasked.
On 10, The Project (160,000 6:30pm / 248,000 7pm) also put the spotlight on Erin Patterson, while also speaking with Jacqueline Kirkman, who start experiencing concerning symptoms of postpartum psychosis after the birth of her child, which can see mothers separated from their child.
The Amazing Race Australia then followed for 353,000. Amidst Borneo’s wondrous coastal backdrop, Teams had to find Beau Ryan at the Pit Stop. Darren and Tristan were the first team to check in while Alli and Angie were the last team to hit the mat. However, in a surprise turn of events, tears were flowing when Beau revealed it was a non-elimination leg.
137,000 also watched a repeat of Law & Order: SVU and 83,000 saw an encore of The Cheap Seats.
The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Every Family Has A Secret with 171,000 tuning in to see Koori woman Paula Morrison trace the difficult life of her tormented Austrian-born father.
79,000 also caught Luke Nguyen’s India before 42,000 sat down for the second instalment of Erotic Stories.
Total TV Ratings, October 26
907,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away, up 25%.
794,000 saw 10’s Celebrity Edition of Gogglebox Australia, up 36%.
695,000 watched 10’s The Amazing Race: Celebrity Edition, up 37%.
685,000 sat down for a repeat of Nine’s RBT, up 8%.
553,000 also tuned into 10’s AFC Qualifier. The Matildas took on Iran, up 20%.
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