The Voice gains 113,000 viewers, helping Nine win the night

Nine’s The Voice gained more than 100,000 metro viewers from last Sunday, bringing Nine to an overall audience share win.

According to OzTAM’s overnight preliminary metro ratings, The Voice climbed 113,000 metro viewers from last week’s 851,000, achieving an audience of 964,000.

Nationally, The Voice achieved 1.371m viewers.

The show’s success helped Nine to an average audience share win at 23.8%, just ahead of Seven’s 22.4%.

Ten had a share of 12.0%, ABC’s share was 9.7% and SBS collected a share of 5.8%.

Despite The Voice’s success, House Rules was the most-watched program of the night, with 1.108m metro viewers and 1.849m national viewers.

It was also the top show across the key advertising demographics 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Ten’s Masterchef, which kicked off Heston Blumenthal week, gained 132,000 metro viewers from last week’s audience of 605,000.

The show, which aired in the 7:30pm time slot against House Rules and The Voice, captured 737,000 metro viewers and had a national audience of 1.015m.

However, Seven News was the most-watched show of the night, with a metro audience of 1.186m ahead of Nine News’ 1.158m.

Nationally, the shows had 1.859m and 1.165m viewers respectively.

Seven’s Sunday Night had 823,000 metro viewers, while Nine’s 60 Minutes had 812,000.

The most-watched program for the ABC was its news offering, which had 735,000 metro viewers.



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