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    TV Ratings November 30, 2023: Sound the alarm! Audiences sit down for a night of real-life emergency services drama

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    Overnight TV Ratings, November 30

     

    Primetime News
    Seven News 740,000 (6:00pm) / 730,000 (6:30pm)
    Nine News 659,000 (6:00pm) / 659,000 (6:30pm)
    ABC News 497,000
    10 News First 186,000 (5:00pm)/ 124,000 (6:00pm)
    SBS World News 117,000 (6:30pm)/ 88,000 (7:00pm)

    Daily Current Affairs
    A Current Affair 584,000
    7.30 411,000
    The Project 128,000 6:30pm / 217,000 7pm

    Breakfast TV
    Sunrise 220,000
    Today 197,000
    News Breakfast 156,000

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    Nine has won Thursday night with a primary share of 20.5% and a network share of 28.8%.

    7Two has won multi channels with a 3.7% share.

    Seven received a primary share of 18.9% with a network share of 28.7%.

    10 took a 7.5% primary share and a network share of 13.9%.

    Nine

    Nine’s A Current Affair (584,000) put the spotlight on a Victorian woman who has spoken out about losing her leg after a four-hour ambulance delay, as the human impact of the ambulance ramping crisis mounts.

    Then, it was another night with the emergency services as 427,000 watched RBT which topped prime-time entertainment. The double episode was titled Please Forgive Me and Country Pills.

    Emergency followed for 315,000 as Dr Terry Kane faced the worst trauma he’s dealt with. 

    A repeat of Big Miracles followed for 127,000.

    Seven

    384,000 began their evening with Border Security: Australia’s Front Line where two brothers from Thailand claimed they were “just tourists” but after talking to their sister, Border Force discovered something that made their story likely to be a lie.

    296,000 stayed on for Code 1: Minute by Minute which detailed how shortly after the commencement of the annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, a ‘supercell’ storm stirred up massive seas in the Bass Strait with thirty aircraft taking part in the rescue operation.

    The Front Bar was up next for 286,000 as Sam Pang, Mick Molloy and Andy Maher talked about the world of cricket.

    152,000 also watched The Test: The Feature Length Special. 

    ABC

    411,000 watched ABC’s 7.30 explore the controversy brewing at this year’s UN climate summit, COP28. Sarah Ferguson also interviewed Climate Change Minister Chris Bowen.

    403,000 then watched Bill Bailey’s Wild West Australia. This week, Bill Bailey explored Perth and the Margaret River region.

    A repeat of Grand Designs followed for 227,000 as Kevin McCloud met architect Iain and his wife, Jenny, who intended to build an enormous black minimalist house right in the middle of a 19th-century Scottish country estate.

    10

    On 10, The Project (128,000 6:30pm / 217,000 7pm) welcomed Fallout Boy’s Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump as well as British singer Jessica Ware who recently spoke with Princess Eugenie on her podcast Table Manners. 

    Jamie’s 5 Ingredient Mediterranean followed with host Jamie Oliver packing the episode full of clever tips, tricks, and inspiration to make cooking at home quicker, easier, and more affordable.

    SBS

    105,000 saw The Secret World Of… on SBS. This week it was a look at ‘sweets’, unpacking the historic rivalry between Rowntree’s and Bassett’s, before the cosy British sweet market gave way to a bitter battle after the arrival of Mars and Haribo.

    68,000 also watched Adam & Poh’s Great Australian Bites as Adam Liaw and Poh Ling Yeow headed to Tasmania on a quest to put together a not-so-humble version of a classic Aussie Pie.

    The post TV Ratings November 30, 2023: Sound the alarm! Audiences sit down for a night of real-life emergency services drama appeared first on Mediaweek.

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