Masterchef dips below 1m on second outing as The Voice stays steady with 1.4m viewers

Ten’s Masterchef slipped below the 1m viewer mark on its second appearance, posting a metro audience of 949,000 as Nine’s The Voice remained steady drawing 1.409m metro viewers.

The Voice

Masterchef was down on its debut audience of 1.012m while The Voice was slightly up on its launch audience of 1.4m.

The cooking reality competition was the most-watched show amongst viewers aged 16-39 while The Voice won in the 18-49 and 25-54 demographics.

Seven’s House Rules, up against Masterchef and The Voice in the 7:30pm time slot, pulled in 666,000 metro viewers.

Nine won the evening with an audience share of 24.8%, ahead of Seven’s share of 16%. Ten claimed third place with a share of 15.1, while the ABC had a share of 14.6%.

Nine’s 9:00pm one-off, Adele Live in New York City, drew a metro audience of 830,000.

On the ABC, 7.30 was watched by 709,0000, Australian Story (8:00pm) grabbed 683,000 metro viewers, Four Corners (8:30pm) had an audience of 797,000, Media Watch (9:20pm) drew 756,00, while Q&A was watched by 555,0000.

In the news battleground, Seven News at 6:00pm was watched by 1.158m, slipping to 1.094m from 6.30pm. Nine News at 6:00pm pulled in 1.149m, sliding to 1.107m from 6:30pm.


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