The Voice Australia keeps entertainment crown while Seven wins Wednesday

An episode of Seven’s The Voice Australia last night topped entertainment, with the network also winning the overall network share for the evening.

The episode brought in 629,000 metro viewers, however it was Nine’s Lego Masters that won all three key advertising demos, with the episode airing to an average audience of 562,000. The Voice launched to 843,000 metro viewers, and Lego Masters premiered to 672,000 metro viewers.

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 13 April, Seven News topped the list with 1.526 million total TV viewers, including 33,000 viewers on BVOD with an uplift of 2%. The program with the highest uplift was ABC’s Melbourne Comedy Festival All Stars Super Show  with an uplift of 30%.

Next in entertainment on Wednesday was Seven’s The Chase Australia which pulled in 529,000 metro viewers, followed by ABC’s Hard Quiz with 497,000.

Home and Away on Seven saw 471,000 metro viewers, while Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell brought in 401,000.

MasterChef on Ten aired to an average audience of 376,000.

Overall, Seven News topped programming with 974,000 metro viewers, followed by Seven News at 6.30 with 936,000 metro viewers. Nine News was next with 773,000 metro viewers, then Nine News 6:30 with 765,000 metro viewers. Nine’s A Current Affair had 592,000 metro viewers. ABC News followed with 567,000 metro viewers, then ABC’s 7.30 with 439,000 metro viewers.

As mentioned, Seven had the largest network share with 30.7%, followed by Nine with 28.4%. ABC was next with 16.4%, followed by Ten with 16.3%.

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