TV Ratings November 1: Nine’s first win since The Block

• Gogglebox #1 demos, #1 entertainment, top three overall

• Paramedics helps Nine’s first win since The Block auctions
• Seven #1 network as 7mate’s Die Hard 4 lifts share to 6.5%
• Gogglebox #1 demos, #1 entertainment, top three overall

Seven

After holding at 600,000 or above on the previous three nights, Home And Away ended the week on 523,000 with three episodes again back-to-back.

A special Melbourne Cup edition of The Front Bar got the 8.30pm timeslot across the network with 326,000 watching. Melbourne was the hotspot for the one-off with 181,000 and audiences under 40,000 in all other metro markets.

Nine

A Current Affair was again not too far below 700,000 for its Thursday edition.

Nine’s ob doc night then unveiled:

Driving Test 461,000 (432,000 last week)

RBT 493,000 (502,000)

Paramedics 573,000 (588,000)

TEN

Matt Preston was among the guests on The Project with 417,000 watching, the smallest audience this week.

There was a punch-up on The Bachelorette with an audience of 512,000 after 589,000 a week ago.

Gogglebox then lifted that audience to 724,000 after 744,000 last week.

ABC

Grand Designs Australia was on 444,000 followed by Endeavour on 270,000.

SBS

The final episode of Tony Robinson’s Hidden Britain By Drone did 287,000.

24 Hours In Police Custody then did 161,000.

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