The Voice goes from strength to strength with solid Monday performance

After hitting a series high on Sunday night, The Voice has continued to perform well for Nine, bringing in 1.008m metro viewers last night, a Monday night high for season eight. Last week the show brought in 952,000 viewers.

The show helped Nine take the win overall with a 21.5% audience share for the main channel and a 28.9% share as a network.

Seven News was the top program overall, seeing 1.231m metro viewers tune in for the first part and 1.189m for the second half which airs as Today Tonight in some cities.

The Voice was also popular in two of the three key advertising demographics. It sat at the top of the 18-49 year olds and the 25-54 year olds. Ten took the win in the 16-39s, with Have You Been Paying Attention? sitting in the top spot, followed by Masterchef. Have You Been Paying Attention? also took the second spot in the older two demographics.

Overall, Masterchef took 681,000 metro viewers while Have You Been Paying Attention? held 707,000.

Seven’s House Rules brought in 743,000, sitting just behind Home and Away on 744,000.

Nine held the top spot in the 25-54 metro audience overall with a 22% share, followed by Ten on 19.9%. In the 16-39s Ten took the top spot with 24.6% followed by Nine on 19.2%.

Kinne Tonight, one of Ten’s 2018 Pilot Week pickups, aired its second episode, dropping significantly from the initial premiere of 389,000 to 276,000.

After Nine in the audience share, Seven took the second spot with 19.3%, followed by Ten on 14.2% and ABC on 13.0%. In the networks, Seven held 27.3%, Ten sat on 20.8% and ABC held 16.7%.

7Mate was the most-watched multi-channel with 3.9% of the audience share.


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