The Voice has double the audience of House Rules: High Stakes on Tuesday night

Nine had the most-watched entertainment program on Tuesday night, with The Voice attracting an overnight metro audience of 988,000.

Seven’s House Rules: High Stakes had less than half that figure, with just 465,000 tuning in across the five capital cities.

In the same timeslot, Ten’s Masterchef: Back To Win had 920,000. Masterchef beat out The Voice in the key advertising demographics of those aged 16 to 39, 18 to 49, and 25 to 54.

With the addition of regional viewers, The Voice had 1.383m, Masterchef climbed to 1.211m, and House Rules had 763,000.

Nine also won the 7pm battle, with A Current Affair drawing 854,000 viewers (1.215m total), compared to Home and Away on Seven’s 666,000 (1.067m), and The Project on Ten, which had 633,000 at 7pm (and 393,000 at 6:30pm).

Overall, the most watched program of the night was Seven News, which had 1.299m in the cities and 1.901m in total. Nine News by comparison had 1.156m and 1.498m. Nine News won in Brisbane and Sydney.

In the breakfast battle, Seven’s Sunrise had 299,000 un the cities and 499,000 in total, while Nine’s Today had 198,000 and 298,000.

With its prime-time success, Nine easily won the night with a primary channel share of 21.9%, compared to Seven’s 15.6%, Ten’s 14.8%, ABC’s 12.7% and SBS’ 5.7%.

The most popular multi-channel was Seven’s Mate with 3.7%, however the Nine’s network of channels remained on top with 29.5% to Seven Network’s 24.4%.

Network Ten had 20.4%, while ABC Network had 16.6% and SBS Network 9.1%.


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