The Voice helps Nine to a Monday night win, but Have You Been Paying Attention? delivers in the key demographics

The Voice has returned after a brief break for the Logies, delivering 839,000 metro viewers for Nine last night, giving it the win in the 7:30pm timeslot, but not in the key advertising demographics.

That title went to Ten’s Have You Been Paying Attention? which held the top spot in all three – 16-39s, 18-49s and 25-54s. The Voice took the second spot in the latter two, while Masterchef held the second spot in the first.

Have You Been Paying Attention? brought in 704,000 metro viewers, fresh off the back of two Logie wins, for Most Popular Comedy Program and Most Outstanding Entertainment Program. Masterchef, which also took a Logie for Most Popular Reality Program, brought in 655,000 metro viewers.

Overall though, the night was Nine’s, with a 22.4% audience share for the primary channel and 29.7% as a network. Nine also held the top spot with metro viewers 25-54, holding a 23.3% audience share, while Ten sat on top for 16-39s with 25.2%.

The most-watched show for the evening was Seven News which saw 1.177m viewers tune in. Seven’s most-watched entertainment program was The Chase Australia which was watched by 696,000 metro viewers. Home and Away brought in 661,000, and House Rules delivered 549,000.

Seven has also begun its Wimbledon coverage, although the matches didn’t begin until 11:30pm last night, bringing in 118,000 metro viewers and 186,000 when combined with regional viewers.

Most-watched for the ABC was ABC News with 725,000, followed by Back Roads which brought in 621,000.

Ten’s Kinne Tonight, which launched as part of the Pilot Week initiative in 2018, delivered 314,000 metro viewers, and Celebrity Name Game was watched by 243,000.

Behind Nine in the overall audience share, Seven held 18.3%, Ten 14.2% and ABC 12.5%. In the network audience share, Seven took 27.2%, Ten 19.3% and ABC 16.9%. 7Mate was the most-watched multi-channel with 3.7%.


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