Nine’s The Block completely outbuilt everyone and pulled in almost 1.7 million eyeballs grabbing 1,692,000 viewers.
It was a big night with Omar and Oz making a record profit of around $1.6 million. While every other contestant didn’t get much cash for all their hard work.
For everyone saying $20k is good money here is some perspective, this is only JUST above minimum wage. Current min wage $812.60 p/ wk x 12 wks x 2 people = $19.5k. They can be upset #theblock #theblockau
— lawyerpuppy (@lawyerpuppy) November 6, 2022
Nine Network’s overall share was 44.6 per cent. Seven’s Network was 23.0 per cent. ABC Network was 12.5 per cent. The 10 Network was 11.8 per cent, and SBS grabbed 82 per cent.
Seven’s News pulled in 796,000 viewers. Nine News pulled in 777,000 viewers. 60 Minutes pulled 700,000 eyeballs – that bloody ticking clock reminds me of the crocodile from Peter Pan.
According to OzTam’s reporting, Australia’s Got Talent opened up with 475,000 viewers. Armed And Dangerous pulled in 207,000 viewers.
The Sunday Project pulled in 209,000 viewers. The Traitors grabbed 206,000 viewers.
Significant Others grabbed 194,000 viewers, and Insiders grabbed 183,000 viewers. Inside The Sydney Opera House pulled in 323,000 eyeballs.