Total TV Ratings, November 11
The Men’s ICC World Cup lifted 6% on Nine, as 653,000 tuned into Australia’s match with Bangladesh.
ABC’s Annika saw a growth of 101% for a total audience of 352,000.
Overnight TV Ratings, November 18
Seven won Saturday night with a 19.9% primary share and a 30.7% network share. 7Two has come out as top multichannel with 3.8%.
A repeat of Seven’s Border Security brought 380,000 behind the scenes of Australia’s airport customs – topping non-news – before 182,000 settled in for movie night with Independence Day.
Nine’s A Current Affair dug into what happened to Paddy Moriarty, who disappeared from his tiny Northern Territory town alongside his dog in 2017, for 435,000. The Garden Hustle then brought 207,000 along as Thanh Hai and Yen turned their front yard into a formal garden.
On the ABC, 322,000 tuned into Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators, before Vera investigated a close-knit fishing community for 314,000 viewers.
A repeat of 10’s The Dog House got 155,000 tails wagging, before 106,000 and 78,000 tuned into two episodes of Ambulance.
The highest rated show on SBS was Britain’s Most Luxurious Train Journeys with 144,000.
Fox Sports topped STV for Saturday, as 107,000 tuned into the Las Vegas Grand Prix Qualifying. The Vegas Pit Lane Qualifying and Practice Three were the second and third most watched STV shows, with 62,000 and 48,000 viewers respectively.
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