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    TV Ratings November 26, 2023: Mushroom 50 Live brings together some of Australia’s biggest acts for one night only

    • Fans tune in for another instalment of Annika on ABC
    • 1.6 M tune in for the ICC Cricket World Cup Final in Total TV

    Overnight TV Ratings, November 26

    TV Ratings November 26, 2023: Mushroom 50 Live brings together some of Australia’s biggest acts for one night only

    Primetime News
    Seven News 118,000 (5.00 pm) / 765,000 (6.00 pm)
    Nine News 704,000 (6.00 pm) / 192,000 (9.30 pm)
    ABC News 522,000
    10 News First 219,000 (5:00 pm)/ 156,000 (6:00 pm)
    SBS World News 107,000 (6:30 pm)/ 100,000 (7:00 pm)

    Daily Current Affairs
    60 Minutes 466,000
    The Sunday Project 168,000 (6:30pm) / 271,000 (7pm) 
    Insiders 312,000 

    Breakfast TV
    Weekend Sunrise 193,000
    Weekend Today 142,000
    Weekend Breakfast 148,000

    Seven has won Sunday night with a primary share of 26.3%% and a network share of 33.8%.

    7Mate has won multi channels with a 3.0% share.

    Nine received a primary share of 17.2%% and a network share of 24.5%%.

    Ten took a primary share of 11.0% and a network share of 16.5%.

    Nine

    Nine’s 60 Minutes (466,000) looked at the worrying crisis of students who want to learn but are refusing to go to school plus inside the battle to stop cyber criminals and the mysterious deaths of Vladimir Putin’s foes.

    321,000 then watched Planet Earth III. During the episode, Sir David Attenborough went on a journey through the ever-changing habitats of our world where land and sea collide. 

    Later in the evening, 111,111 watched Under Investigation Encore as Liz Hayes and her panel of experts assembled formerly top-secret diplomatic documents to expose what really happened to the Balibo Five, a team of Australian journalists executed in East Timor.

    77,000 also saw #textmewhenyougethome.

    Seven

    557,000 sat down for a night of music with Mushroom 50 Concert Live. The Australian music company — and home to Kylie and Dannii Minogue, Jimmy Barnes, Paul Kelly, Hunters And Collectors, Skyhooks, and many more — celebrated its 50th anniversary with an all-star mega concert. 

    The once-in-a-lifetime special event included performances by Barnes, Kelly, Australian Idol judge Amy Shark, Birds of Tokyo, Christine Anu, Dan Sultan, Goanna, Hunters and Collectors, Kate Ceberano, Leonardo’s Bride, Missy Higgins and The Temper Trap with international superstars Ed SheeranSam Smith, Garbage and alt-J.

    490,000 also watched Mushroom 50 Concert Live – Late and 350,000 tuned in for the Finale.

    171,000 also saw a repeat of The 1% Club later in the evening.

    10

    On 10The Sunday Project (168,000 (6:30pm) / 271,000 (7pm)) spoke to Cameron Nugent whose wife Skye passed away from cancer. Before her death, she had drawn up plans from her hospital bed for him to build her a house. Now, Cam’s mission of love is nearly complete, and he’s raising money for Love Your Sister.

    Then 441,000 tuned into Dessert Masters — Grand Finale Week as two contestants were eliminated in a Christmas-themed fruit challenge set by Curtis Stone. While Anna Polyviou wanted to show the judges her softer side by creating a trifle with a Greek twist that represented her family and Andy Bowdy took on a family-sized traditional trifle, both missed the mark and were sent home.

    A repeat of FBI followed for 178,000.

    ABC

    183,000 began their evening with Antiques Roadshow before 376,000 watched ABC’s a repeat of Joanna Lumley’s Britain. During the episode, Joanna Lumley took her most personal journey yet: travelling from Essex to Whitby.

    Annika followed with 398,000 tuning in to see Morgan begin working at a remote Scottish eco-resort while Annika visited on a minibreak to support her daughter. However, her holiday was interrupted when a local builder employed by the resort turns up dead in a stream.

    Shetland was up next for 303,000, followed by We Hunt Together for 73,000.

    SBS

    The highest rating non-news show on SBS was Fortress Britain with Alice Roberts where the series looked at the story of Britain’s preparation for a Nazi land invasion during WWII through physical reminders that remain to this day. 124,000 watched on.

    The Princes In The Tower: New Evidence was up next for 120,000.

    Total TV Ratings, November 19

    1,606,000 watched Nine’s ICC Cricket World Cup Final between Australia and India as Australia secured the victory, up 13%.

    1,025,000 viewed Seven’s The 1% Club, up 9%.

    939,000 sat down for ABC’s Annika, up 65%.

    720,000 also saw ABC’s Shetland, up 67%.

    623,000 tuned into 10’s Dessert Masters as we said goodbye to “doughnut kid” Morgan Hipworth, up 33%.

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