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    TV Ratings November 24, 2023: Joh and Pete went back in time on Better Homes

    • 389,000 tuned in to The Chase

    Total TV Ratings, November 17

    ABC had the program with the highest lift on total TV Ratings as Under The Vines lifted 26% for 428,000.

    On Nine, A Current Affair increased by 8% to deliver a total TV Ratings audience of 690,000.

    Overnight TV Ratings, November 24

    TV Ratings November 24, 2023: Joh and Pete went back in time on Better Homes

    Seven inched out the Friday night primary channel shares with 18.4% while Nine won the network share section with 30.3%. GEM won the multichannels with 4.9%.

    Seven’s The Chase aired to 389,000, while Better Homes and Gardens saw 355,000 as Joh and Pete explored a 1960s home that had undergone a transformation and Adam handcrafted a bedside clock. 

    Nine’s A Current Affair saw 485,000 tune-in as the program investigated new AI technology targeting petrol thieves, saving service stations millions in drive-off costs. Reese Witherspoon’s classic, Legally Blonde also aired on Nine with 188,000 tuning in. 

    On ABC, Gardening Australia topped entertainment with 344,000, as Costa visited a communal garden, Josh toured a productive perennial patch, Jerry met a frangipani family and the team met a nursery grower in Indonesia. Under the Vines also saw 205,000 tune in as Daisy and Louis attended Marissa’s book club.

    On 10, 165,000 tuned into The Project and The Bold and The Beautiful clocked 119,000 viewers. 

    The highest-rated non-news program on SBS was Nick Knowles: Into the Grand Canyon with 100,000.

    STV 

    Supercars in Adelaide saw 56,000 tune in on FOX Sports 506.

    Credlin saw 37,000 tune in on Sky News.

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