TV Ratings December 10: ABC has big night thanks to Australian Story and Back Roads

• Best of the rest: Media Watch, Border Patrol, Secret Life 4 Year Olds

Seven

The daytime cricket audience was strongest during the second session when Australia got closer to an improbable victory. The national audience was 561,000 with 374,000 metro viewers.

In the evening the last week of Home and Away for the year started on 588,000.

An hour of Border Patrol saw the two episodes on 435,000 and then 428,000.

Two episodes of God Friended Me did 383,000 and 314,000.

Nine

A Current Affair started its new week on 773,000 and was the timeslot winner and the most-watched program Monday after the 6pm news bulletins.

Family Food Fight then did 436,000.

The 2015 007 movie Spectre was on 293,000.

10

The Secret Life Of 4 Year Olds commanded the channel’s biggest audience – 443,000 at 7.30pm.

The Project after 7pm did 409,000 with husband and wife book authors Holly and Dave Hughes special guests.

ABC

Australian Story had an audience of 700,000 for an episode about what motivates an arsonist.

An episode of Back Roads at 8.30pm did 702,000 followed by a Best Of Back Roads on 607,000.

The final episode of Media Watch for 2018 did 544,000 followed by the final Q&A for the year on 402,000.

SBS

Part two of Elizabeth I And Her Enemies did 179,000 at 7.30pm.

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