• Australian Story top prime-time non-news program
• 1.22 million tune in to The Block in Total TV
Overnight TV Ratings, November 6
Seven News 841,000 (6:00pm) / 848,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 754,000 (6:00pm) / 751,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 515,000
Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 646,000
The Project 293,000 7pm
Nine won Monday night with a primary share of 180.0% and a network share of 26.4%. 7Two has won multi channels with a 3.8% share.
Seven received a primary share of 25.2% and a network share of 16.5%.
10 took a 14.2% primary share and a network share of 20.7%.
Nine’s A Current Affair (646,000) looked at the three members of a family who have now been identified who were killed when a car crashed into a pub in the regional Victorian town of Daylesford. Pratibha Sharma, her husband Jatin Chugh, and her nine-year-old daughter Anvis all died on Sunday when a white BMW SUV ploughed into the beer garden at the Royal Hotel.
Then, 312,000 watched My Mum Your Dad. Masi shocked the group with his revelations at dinner and a new Dad arrived causing excitement among the Mums.
426,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with Seven’s Home and Away as Felicity’s desperation turned to wrath and Leah and Justin set a date for their wedding.
Then it was time for the season premiere of Big Brother Australia 2023! Fifteen sexy singles arrived, excited to enter Big Brother’s house, but they quickly discovered not everything was as they expected. The new Housemates quickly discovered a twist, choosing to enter between door A or B — one leading to the luxurious main house, while the other led to a train where the contestants were subjected to subpar conditions and overnight discomfort. Love triangles and lust were already on the menu as AnnaSophia admitted she was attracted to Lewis, Josh and Tay were keen on each other and Ari‘ said she was interested in Jake causing jealousy with Mineé, causing issues in her dynamic with Louis. Last season, 487,000 tuned in for the season premiere, while this year 274,000 watched on.
On 10, The Project (293,000 7pm) spoke to Cam Scott who restores old surfboards and leaves them on a fence by the beach in North Bondi, all so everyone can ride a wave and welcomed Matt Preston to the desk to speak about his new book Big Mouth.
The Masked Singer Australia then followed. With the finale airing on November 7, the series took a glorious and glittery trip down memory lane. 379,000 joined them on their journey.
567,000 then saw the season finale of Have You Been Paying Attention? Host Tom Gleisner wrapped up the year with Celia Pacquola, Kitty Flanagan, Anne Edmonds, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang to see if they had been paying attention to 2023. This time last year, 508,000 said goodbye to the show for 2022.
462,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore inside one psychologist’s web of lies. Plus, the team looked at how the markets have priced in an interest rate rise tomorrow as a near certainty and Sarah Ferguson interviewed Jennifer Morgan.
571,000 then watched Australian Story, the top prime-time non-news program of the night. The episode featured Elle McFeast, who wowed TV audiences in the 90s with her bold and brassy satire before a live interview derailed it all.
398,000 also saw Four Corners which detailed the perplexing rise of Andrew Tate, a once-obscure figure who leveraged bombastic online courses to become a global sensation.
Media Watch followed for 391,000.
Total TV Ratings, October 30
1,222,000 watched Nine’s The Block, where for the first time in four years, the houses were open for inspection to fans and potential buyers, up 33%.
998,000 caught 10’s Have You Been Paying Attention? with Urzila Carlson, Lloyd Langford, Alex Ward, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang, up 26%.
961,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away where Leah placated Justin with a lie, up 25%.
847,000 caught Australian Story, up 17%.
837,000 tuned into 10’s The Masked Singer Australia — Reveal as AFL legend and radio personality Brendan Fevola was unmasked, up 18%.
738,000 saw Seven’s SAS Australia as Craig McLachlan handed in his number, up 26%.
524,000 sat down for the season premiere of Love Island Australia 2023, up 138%
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