• Harry and Teddy eliminated from The Amazing Race
Overnight TV Ratings, November 8
Seven News 873,000 (6:00pm) / 870,000 (6:30pm)
Nine News 732,000 (6:00pm) / 757,000 (6:30pm)
ABC News 532,000
10 News First 181,000 (5:00pm)/ 132,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 133,000 (6:30pm)/ 117,000 (7:00pm)
Daily Current Affairs
A Current Affair 635,000
The Project 174,000 6:30pm / 275,000 7pm
News Breakfast 161,000
Nine won Wednesday night with a primary share of 18.3% and a network share of 27.4%. 7Two and 9Gem have won multi channels with a 3.4% share a piece.
Seven received a primary share of 15.8% and a network share of 24.7%.
10 took a 12.1% primary share and a network share of 19.1%.
Nine’s A Current Affair (635,000) looked at how more than 10 million Optus customers were fraught with frustration on November 8 by a network-wide outage that impacted both personal and business customers. Mystery continued to surround the cause of the outage, with the telco describing it as a “technical network fault”.
Then, 347,000 watched My Mum Your Dad. Chloe intervened, taking Boss for a private chat after she struggled to watch him create a “toxic” environment with the Mums. “I think it’s time for us to go home,” she told him, eliminating themselves from the show. Shannon confronted Kim before Masi made a tearful admission. “My heart is calling for connection, I can feel it coming,” he said.
Luxe Listings Sydney then followed for 162,000.
460,000 began their evening in Summer Bay with Seven’s Home and Away as Felicity made a heartfelt plea to Tane and it was revealed that Dana used to work with Dr Levi (Tristan Gorey – pictured)! Adding to the stress, she was worried that he also would buy into the gossip surrounding her exit from her old hospital; however, he reassured her that he didn’t.
Then, it was time for Big Brother Australia. While yesterday saw 213,000 watch on, 212,000 tuned in for the Wednesday instalment. The house gathered for a post-mortem on the first eviction and while it has only been a few days, Jake has managed to somehow attach himself to not one but three girls… Minee, Annelise and Ari.
143,000 then sat down for A Year on Planet Earth, this time focusing on Autumn, the season of change. For many, change brings opportunity, but also huge challenges. It offers a chance to begin again or take a new path in life.
484,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore how the October 7 attack on Israel had shattered the myth of Benjamin Netanyahu. The program also looked at the ban on single-use plastics, and how a new industry is stepping in to take its place – compostable packaging. Plus Sarah Ferguson interviewed Mark Regev.
486,000 then watched a repeat of Hard Quiz as Tom Gleeson grilled experts on Shane Warne, World War II’s Dam Busters raid, the novels of James Herriot, and reality TV show Survivor.
Question Everything’s Wil Anderson and Jan Fran were then joined by Zoe Coombs Marr, Rhys Nicholson and Alex Lee. 429,000 tuned in.
285,000 also viewed Australian Epic.
On 10, The Project (174,000 6:30pm / 275,000 7pm) welcomed The Masked Singer Australia winner Dami Im and runner-up Darren Hayes. Plus looked at billionaire Bryan Johnson’s quest to live forever, doing anything he can to make sure he does, including injecting himself with his son’s blood.
The Amazing Race: Celebrity Edition followed for 447,000. With four teams vying for three spots in the Grand Finale, the stakes had never been higher. Racing through the highland jungles of Borneo, Darren and Tristan were the first to reach the Pit Stop while Harry and Teddy were last to arrive and were eliminated from the Race.
Flick Ride Like a Girl was up next which told the story of jockey Michelle Payne, the first female to win the Melbourne Cup. 206,000 tuned in.
SBS saw Myf Warhurst present Meet the Neighbours, the social experiment where eight households of diverse cultural backgrounds moved from the city to Maryborough. 101,000 watched on.
Then, 60,000 sat down for Alone UK. The reality of living alone in one of the most inhospitable places on Earth was kicking in, threatening 19-year-old student, Kian.
Total TV Ratings, November 1
885,000 viewed Seven’s Home and Away as Felicity and Mackenzie went head to head, up 28%.
747,000 saw Seven’s season Finale of SAS Australia 2023. Tim Robards and Matthew Mitcham passed selection, up 33%.
693,000 caught Ten’s coverage of the Matildas v Chinese Taipei in the AFC Qualifier, up 17%.
670,000 sat down for ABC’s Hard Quiz, up 6%.
661,000 tuned into 10’s The Amazing Race as Jana and Cor were eliminated, up 51%.
515,000 watched Nine’s My Mum Your Dad where Dani was ‘hurt’ by Boss‘ true feelings, up 39%.
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