• Fans continue to solve clever riddles with The 1% Club
• 864,000 tune in for Dessert Masters season premiere in Total TV
Overnight TV Ratings, November 19
Seven News 766,000
Nine News 673,000
ABC News 462,000
10 News First 149,000 (5:00 pm)/ 107,000 (6:00 pm)
SBS World News 114,000 (6:30 pm)/ 83,000 (7:00 pm)
Daily Current Affairs
The Sunday Project 133,000 (6:30pm) / 216,000 (7pm)
Weekend Sunrise 179,000
Weekend Today 149,000
Weekend Breakfast 136,000
The Cricket World Cup has given Nine a Sunday night win with a primary share of 40.2% and a network share of 47.2%.
ABC Kids / ABC TV Plus has won multi channels with a 3.9% share.
Seven received a primary share of 15.5% and a network share of 20.4%.
ABC took a primary share of 10.4% and a network share of 15.6%.
It was all about the ICC Cricket World Cup Final on Nine as 373,000 began their evening with the Pre-Game. An exciting match between Australia and India followed for 1,073,000 as our home team secured the victory! The team, led by captain Pat Cummins, secured a six-wicket win with 42 balls to spare.
“We saved our best for last,” Cummins said in a post-match interview with media. “We will remember this year for a long, long time. (But) this pips it all.”
Highlights included Marnus Labuschagne, who was 58 not out at the end of 110 balls and Travis Head, who was named Player of the Match.
571,000 began their evening with Seven’s The 1% Club as host Jim Jefferies put Aussies through their paces.
Then, 344,000 tuned in for Border Security: Australia’s Front Line where a package from Hong Kong had biosecurity officers digging deeper and detector dog Ralphy sniffed out some high-risk snacks.
Homicide: With Ron Iddles was up next for 259,000 as the series put a spotlight on the gruesome murder of Gina Rossato who had gone missing after catching a cab home from work in the early hours.
109,000 also saw Air Crash Investigation.
On 10, The Sunday Project’s (133,000 (6:30pm) / 216,000 (7pm) ) Susie Youssef spoke with Aussie star Troye Sivan plus the program looked at how the future is here! A new body-worn AI pin shoots laser ink straight onto the palm of your hand, eliminating the need for a screen.
Dessert Masters said goodbye to “doughnut kid” Morgan Hipworth in front of 342,000. During the only Mystery Box of the season — which had to include a frozen element — Hipworth’s berry liqueur sorbet failed to set and overpowered his Peach Melba, leaving judges Melissa Leong and Amaury Guichon wanting more.
166,000 also saw FBI.
412,000 watched ABC’s Joanna Lumley’s Spice Trail Adventure. It was the last leg of her journey for icon Joanna Lumley where she was led to the island of Zanzibar and the ancient city of Petra.
Annika followed with 389,000 tuning in to see the Marine Homicide Unit sent to investigate the death of a local lothario found encased in a block of ice while Annika reconnected with an old flame.
Shetland was up next for 273,000 as Perez issued a warrant for Connor’s arrest.
The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Fortress Britain with Alice Roberts with 83,000.
Then JFK Home Movie That Changed The World looked at Abraham Zapruder’s home movie that would be used by anyone with a theory about who shot JFK. 81,000 tuned in.
Total TV Ratings, November 12
1,105,000 viewed Seven’s The 1% Club with Jim Jefferies, up 11%.
864,000 tuned into 10’s season premiere of MasterChef spin-off Dessert Masters, up 28%.
991,000 sat down for ABC’s Annika, up 56%