The Voice wins entertainment while Seven takes Monday

The Voice Australia on Seven won entertainment on Monday with an average of 767,000 metro viewers tuning in. The Voice had 1.329 million metro viewers for its launch episode last week.

Next in entertainment was Nine’s Lego Masters which pulled in 599,000 metro viewers, however, it was Seven News that won all three key advertising demos. 

ABC’s Australian Story was next pulling in 491,000 metro viewers, while Home and Away on Seven brought in an average metro audience of 489,000.

Ten’s MasterChef Fans & Favourites was next in entertainment, and brought in 438,000 metro viewers. Last year, the program saw 670,000 metro viewers tune in. 

Seven’s AFL game on Anzac Day saw 614,000 metro viewers, while NRL’s Anzac Day game on nine brought in 332,000 metro viewers. 

In the latest Daily Consolidated Total TV Report for 18 April, Seven News was the top program nationally across linear, with 1.649 million viewers, including 32,000 on BVOD and an uplift of 2%. The program with the greatest uplift in the top 20 programs was the launch of Nine’s Lego Masters with an uplift of 42%, 1.315 million  Total TV viewers and 169,000 on BVOD.

In overall network share for Monday, Seven won the night with a 31.9% network share streaking ahead of Nine’s 28.1%, Ten finished with a 16% share, while the ABC had a 16.1% share.

Seven also managed to snag the ratings week, which ended 16 April, with a share of 29.5% over Nine’s 27.3%, while Ten finished the week on 16.9% just pipping the ABC on 16.7%.

Seven News was the #1 metro program on Monday with 1.182 million metro viewers, followed by Seven News at 6:30 with 1.097 million viewers. Nine News was next with 977,000 metro viewers, and Nine News at 6:30 with 923,000 viewers.

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