The Voice delivers another week for Seven as Lego Masters takes demos

The Voice Australia won entertainment on Sunday night, however it was the Nine network which celebrated an overall night win.

The program saw an average of 766,000 metro viewers watching the show on free-to-air television.

Next in entertainment was Nine’s Lego Masters which was watched by a metro audience of 644,000, and also won all three key advertising demos.

The program also helped Nine finish the night with a 33.4% network share, just pipping Seven on 30.4%, Ten had a 15.8% share and the ABC on 12.5%.

It was Seven, however, that managed to win the primary channel share for the week, with a 22.9% share ahead of Nine’s 19%%, and the top multi-channel for the week was 7TWO and 7Mate both finishing on 3.6%.

Seven also snagged the ratings week, which ended 7 May, with a share of 32.1% over Nine’s 27%, while Ten finished on 17% and the ABC finished the week on 15.6% .

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 1 May, Seven News topped the list with 1.438 million total TV viewers, including 29,000 viewers on BVOD with an uplift of 2%. The program with the highest uplift was an episode of Barons on the ABC with a 33% uplift. 

Looking at Sunday’s ratings, and next in entertainment was Nine’s 60 Minutes special The Great Debate which aired to an average metro audience of 641,000 viewers.

MasterChef on Ten saw an average of 452,000 metro viewers tune in.

Meanwhile, Seven News was the #1 metro program on Sunday with a metro audience of 879,000, followed by Nine News on Sunday with 862,000 metro viewers.

Sunday afternoon’s NRL match saw 244,000 metro viewers tune in.

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