Total TV reviews for November 7, 2021
The block scored its last victory of the year to dominate total television ratings on November 7. The grand finale had an average audience of 2.447 million while the winner’s announcement had 2.916 million audiences! Both segments were up 14% from overnight ratings.
On the ABC, Catering Australiathe last episode of the year had 866,000, up 13%, while the first episode of Total control season two drew 804,000 viewers, up 52%.
Celebrity chef was the best show out of 10 with 690,000 for its episode which saw Ian thorpe sink instead of swimming with its oriental mess.
November 14 TV ratings
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Prime Time News
Nine new 890,000
Seven News 874,000
ABC News 670,000
10 News First 261,000 (5:00 p.m.) / 229,000 (6:00 p.m.)
SBS World News 144,000 (6.30 p.m.) 126,000 (7.00 p.m.)
The project 227,000 (6:30 p.m.) / 381,000 (7 p.m.)
Breakfast 167,000 news
Nine continued their winning streak on Sunday night, recording the No.1 main channel (20.3%) and network share (28.7%) last night.
Parental guidance kicked off its third week of episodes with 487,000. This is the first Sunday night episode of Nine’s new franchise after The block aired the last two weeks in the time slot.
The episode saw the parents of Free Range Penny and Daniel tiger parents Kevin and Debbie, Strict parents André and Myriam and routine dads Brett and Tony enter the “crowded house” where they raised all the children through the super challenges
60 minutes then had 465,000 viewers. The episode featured stories submitted by Sarah abo and Tom Steinfort.
Spotlight on 7NEWS: Sex, Lies & Audio broadcast at 7 p.m. on Seven, attracting 489,000 viewers. The episode explored allegations of sexual abuse against Prince Andrew and presented an interview with Steve scully who was the communication specialist on Jeffrey Epsteinthe private Caribbean island.
Granny Killer: The Unsolved Murders then had 274,000 viewers as the doco explored so serial killer John Wayne Glover had killed more than the six murders for which he had been convicted.
Sunday project was 227,000 (6.30pm) and 381,000 (7.00pm) as the show covered the new climate change deal reached in Glasgow.
Celebrity chef had 545,000 viewers as a former football star Archie thompson was kicked out of the competition after his kibbeh tomato salad did not contain enough of its special ingredient, acacia seed.
CSI: Las Vegas followed with 219,000.
Death in paradise took the place of Catering Australia in the ABC’s Sunday Night schedule, bringing in 399,000. This was followed by the second episode of season two of Total control, with 326,000 tuned.
Inside the center was the best program on SBS last night with 202,000 viewers.
The T20 World Cup final had 86,000 on Fox Cricket (+ the audience on Kayo) watching Australia compete for the T20 World Cup title at 1am, with Mitch marais beat the Australians to victory.