Ongoing success for The Voice helps Nine take the Monday night win

A Monday night high for The Voice has helped Nine to the overall audience share win last night on what was the Queen’s Birthday public holiday in NSW, NT, SA, Tasmania, Victoria and the ACT.

The show pulled 1.019m metro viewers, more than the week prior’s 1.008m and just shy of the series high of 1.105m, giving Nine an audience share of 21.7% and also topping two of the three key advertising demographics.

The Voice was the most-watched by 18-49s and 25-54s. In the 16-39s Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention took the top spot, followed by Masterchef. Have You Been Paying Attention also took the second spot in the latter two demographics.

The most-watched program overall was Seven News which drew 1.297m for the first half, a 2019 high, and 1.182m for the latter half which airs as Today Tonight in some cities. Nine News saw 1.026m metro viewers tune in.

Seven’s House Rules was up on the week prior, drawing 761,000 metro viewers over 743,000 last Monday.

Have You Been Paying Attention brought in 675,000 metro viewers and Masterchef delivered 674,000.

Kinne Tonight, the first of Ten’s Pilot Week shows to air, dropped again from 276,000 last week to 232,000. It premiered to 389,000.

Seven’s coverage of the AFL match between Collingwood and Melbourne which aired on main channel in all states but Sydney and Brisbane, where it aired on 7mate, brought in a total metro audience of 554,000. 403,000 of that figure was delivered by Melbourne.

Nine scored the overall main channel audience share win in the 25-54 demographic, holding 23.2% above Ten’s 19.4%. Ten took the win in the 16-39s with 23.2% over Nine’s 20.0%.

Behind Nine’s overall channel share, Seven held 19.6%, Ten 14.0% and ABC 12.6%. Nine also took the top spot as a network, holding 28.6% above Seven’s 28.0%, Ten’s 19.3% and ABC’s 16.3%.

7mate was the most-watched secondary channel on 3.8%.


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