2.61m as The Voice knocks out the competition
The Voice scored a massive 2.61m viewers in its first battle round, thumping the competition on Seven and TEN.
If The Voice was expected to start shedding viewers now the blind auditions are over, it sure hasn’t started doing it yet.
Nine scored a massive 2.61m viewers, thumping the competition on Seven and TEN. The show pulled 938,000 viewers in Melbourne, 804,000 in Sydney and peaked on 3.2m viewers.
Nine’s share for Monday was massive, 42.5%, thrashing Seven on 24.1% and triple TEN -in fourth place once more on 13.9%. ABC was 16.2% and SBS a lowly 3.3%.
Nine scored big with The Block (1.4m), Nine News (1.27m), ACA (1.23m) beating Today Tonight, and Person of Interest (1.14m) -but those numbers are preliminary with The Voice running overtime.
Seven News (1.37m) topped Seven’s night then Revenge (1.26m), Today Tonight (1.2m), Australia’s Got Talent (966,000), Home and Away (944,000) and Pictures of You (635,000).
On ABC1 it was ABC News (1.04m), Australian Story (734,000), 7:30 (683,000), Four Corners (646,000), Media Watch (660,000) and Q & A (603,000).
TEN could not rise above TEN News (779,000) with The Biggest Loser on 761,000. The Project 6pm was 528,000, Bondi Rescue was just 420,000 and NCIS: LA (343,000).
SBS also had a shocker of a night with Mythbusters on 169,000 and World News Australia on 158,000.
Neighbours led multichannels on 276,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 28,000 / 21,000