• Australia through to ICC World Cup Semi-Final
Overnight TV Ratings, November 7
Seven News 805,000 (6:00pm) / 802,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 758,000 (6:00pm) / 750,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 528,000
Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 596,000
Nine won Tuesday night with a primary share of 21.5% and a network share of 31.1%. 9Gem has won multi channels with a 5.6% share.
Seven received a primary share of 14.5% and a network share of 23.8%.
10 took a 15.0% primary share and a network share of 20.7%.
Then, 316,000 watched My Mum Your Dad. New Mum Donna arrived, ruffling a few feathers with her direct approach before Mum Michelle was sent packing from the retreat after she didn’t find a connection at the retreat.
316,000 then sat down for the first innings of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 — Australia v Afghanistan. Our home side was victorious after an incredible double century from Glenn Maxwell (201*) helped Australia qualify for the semi-finals.
411,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with Seven’s Home and Away as Mack’s life was on the line after a shock heart attack and Dr Levi was introduced. While Bree was singing his praises, others weren’t so happy to see him!
The Masked Singer Australia Grand Finale then followed as Dami Im (Snow Fox) was named the winner. The Eurovision star outfoxed her competitors, winning the coveted title ahead of platinum-selling recording artist and songwriter Darren Hayes (Grim Reaper) and award-winning performer Conrad Sewell (Bouncer). 511,000 tuned in for the episode before 594,000 watched The Reveal.
368,000 also watched The Cheap Seats with Melanie Bracewell and Tim McDonald who were joined by Mel Tracina and comedians Phil Wang and Catherine Cohen.
Earlier in the afternoon, 1,110,000 watched the race that stopped the nation The Melbourne Cup. Without a Fight was first through the finish line at Flemington, marking jockey Mark Zahra’s second successive Cup win, after he rode Gold Trip to victory at Flemington last year. 922,000 also watched The Melbourne Cup Presentation and 716,000 watched Melbourne Cup – Mounting.
397,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 highlight the long journey home for Australians trapped in Gaza for the past month plus looked at a battle over the health of the Murray Darling Basin. Sarah Ferguson also spoke to Jim Chalmers about the RBA’s rate rise.
Then it was time for Old People’s Home for Teenagers. 327,000 saw the participants put on a big show at the retirement village. They were also retested by the experts to find out if their wellbeing had improved and then it was a look to see how their friendships were flourishing months later.
*More updates as we get them.
Total TV Ratings, October 31
929,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away as Tane broke Felicity’s heart all over again, up 27%.
793,000 tuned into 10’s The Masked Singer Australia Reveal as Courtney Act was unveiled as the singer behind Cowgirl, up 19%.
733,000 also saw Seven’s SAS Australia where only five recruits remained, up 27%.
532,000 watched the season premiere of Nine’s My Mum Your Dad, up 35%.
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