Nine hits a high note on Sunday night with The Voice

Channel Nine won the Sunday night TV ratings battle with just over two million people tuning in to watch singing contest The Voice.

The result helped Nine secured a 28.5 per cent share on its main channel compared with rival Seven which had a 25.3 per cent share.

The high ratings for Nine came at the expense of free-to-air station Ten which came in at 11.1 per cent and had only one show, Elementary, in the top ten, while public broadcaster the ABC had a  10.2 per cent share on its main channel.

Channel Ten’s results were reflected in audience for key shows like The Biggest Loser and Modern Family which each drew only 620,000 and 520,000 respectively, according to preliminary overnight ratings from OzTAM.

In the news stakes Seven beat its rival nationally pulling an audience of 1.506m compared with 1.426m for Nine News.

Overall for a Sunday night TV viewing was down with only seven programs cracking the one million viewer mark.

Sunday’s top 15 shows:

1. The Voice Nine 2.003m
2. 60 Minutes Nine 1.606m
3. Seven News Seven 1.506m
4. Nine News Nine 1.426m
5. My Kitchen Rules Seven 1.411m
6. Downton Abbey Seven 1.264m
7. The Force (not broadcast in Adelaide) Seven 1.062m
8. ABC News ABC 0.813m
9. Elementary Ten 0.782m
10. Doctor Who ABC 0.728m
11. The Mentalist Nine 0.704m
12. Call the Midwife ABC 0.648m
13. AFL on Seven Seven 0.632m
14. The Biggest Loser Ten 0.623m
15. Modern Family Ten 0.528m

Sunday’s network share:

  • Nine: 28.5%
  • Seven: 25.3%
  • Ten: 11.1%
  • ABC1: 10.2%
  • SBS1: 3.7%
  • 7TWO 3.4%
  • GO!: 3.2%
  • One: 3.2%
  • 7mate: 2.6%
  • Eleven: 2.5%
  • ABC2: 2.3%
  • Gem: 2.0%
  • ABC News 24: 0.8%
  • ABC3: 0.6%
  • SBS2: 0.4%
  • NITV: 0.1%

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