Seven gets Revenge in Total People, but Nine wins demos.

Seven steals back another win over its traditional rival, but Nine is ahead in the demos for the year.

The ratings tussle between Seven and Nine continues, with Seven stealing back another win over its traditional rival.

Seven Network won with 30.1% to Nine 27.7%, TEN 20.1%, ABC 16.3% and SBS 5.9%.

While Seven won in Total People, Nine continues to win in the advertiser-friendly demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54. Nine is ahead of Seven in these demos for the year so far.

Revenge was 1.47m for Seven, which is impressive given it was head to head with The Voice. Also strong were Seven News (Sun: 1.47m),  Downton Abbey (1.4m), Packed to the Rafters (1.33m), Today Tonight (1.15m), and Dancing with the Stars (1.1m).

Once againThe Voice was #1 for the week with 1.97m. Nine’s other performers were The Block nudging 1.7m on Sunday, then Nine News (Sun: 1.54m), 60 Minutes (1.2m), A Current Affair (1.08m) and Hot Property (998,000).

MasterChef was as high as 1.23m for TEN with Modern Family on 1.05m, Bikie Wars on 957,000, Offspring on 863,000 and TEN News on 741,000.

New Tricks led ABC1 on 1.22m then ABC News (Sat: 1.01m), The Diamond Queen (929,000), Q & A (815,000), Silent Witness (749,000), and Foreign Correspondent (722,000).

Eurovision Song Contest topped SBS ONE with 544,000, then Heston’s Feasts (310,000), Extreme Frontiers: Canada (295,000), Who Do You Think You Are? (256,000) and Predators in your Backyard (252,000).

Seven’s primary channel was 22.7%, to Nine 21.5%, TEN 14.3%, ABC1 12.5% and SBS ONE 5.0%.

7TWO and GO! tied on 3.9%, then 7mate 3.5%, ELEVEN 3.3%, ONE 2.5%, ABC2 2.4%, Gem 2.3%, SBS TWO 0.9%, ABC News 24 0.8% and ABC2 0.5%.

Seven won Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday with Nine winning Monday and Thursday. ABC beat Nine and TEN on Saturday.

Seven took Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth while Nine was first in Sydney and Brisbane.

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