A Tuesday episode of The Voice saw Nine a big winner in overnights with 29.5%, levels not seen since LEGO Masters was last on a Tuesday in April. Seven, 10 and ABC all lost share to Nine as the network won across all markets except Perth were Seven was on top.
The 25-54 age bracket saw Nine with win with 29.9% while 10 had 27.0%, Seven 22.5%, ABC 12.9% and SBS 7.7%.
Network 10 attracted the highest share of the 16-39 age group with 30.4% while Nine had 26.8%, Seven 22.0%, ABC 13.8% and SBS 6.9%.
The Voice was again the number one entertainment show, up from Monday’s audience while MasterChef ranked second level with Monday. However, MasterChef was ahead in the younger demo groups with more than double the audience of The Voice in 16-39. On Seven, it was bad news with House Rules posting the show’s lowest ever rating of 465,000.
Post 8.30pm was led by ABC with the second instalment of Miriam Margoyles Almost Australian the standout performer. 10’s How to Stay Married , however, was on top in the demos. Nine’s Grammy Salute to Prince had 318,000 while Absentia on Seven slumped to 166,000 and 124,000 for its two episodes.
Who Do You Think You Are? on SBS dropped 50,000 from the launch episode to miss the top 20 on 362,000.
Outside the top programs were
|WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?||SBS||362,000|
|HOT SEAT -5PM||Nine||356,000|
|LET’S GO CRAZY: THE GRAMMY SALUTE TO PRINCE||Nine||318,000|
|10 NEWS FIRST 6PM||10||317,000|
|ROAD TO NOW-LE||ABC||298,000|
|NCIS TUES RPT||10||235,000|
|SBS WORLD NEWS||SBS||188,000|
|NCIS: LOS ANGELES||10||169,000|
|ABC LATE NEWS-LE||ABC||147,000|
|NINE NEWS: LATE EDITION -TUE||Nine||110,000|
|THE LATEST: SEVEN NEWS||Seven||101,000|
News Breakfast 203,000
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