The gap between Reality juggernauts narrowed last night as The Voice slipped to 1.89m viewers and My Kitchen Rules lifted to 1.67m and that was enough to help Seven win Tuesday night.
But the victim continues to be The Biggest Loser, crushed to a dismal 382,000.
Seven won the night with a network share of 33.6% then Nine 31.3%, ABC 15.1%, TEN 14.8% and SBS 5.2%.
Next for Seven was Packed to the Rafters (1.42m), Seven News (1.33m), Today Tonight (1.09m), Home and Away (926,000), Deal or No Deal (528,000). A movie Charlie St. Cloud was 331,000.
The Voice still topped Tuesday at 1.89m viewers. Next best for Nine was Nine News (1.33m). It also coded an extended News separately as 1.32m. A shortened Current Affair was 1.21m. The Following was 727,000, Hot Seat was 671,000, Two and a Half Men was 389,000. Anger Management was 288,000.
ABC News (904,000) led ABC1 then 7:30 (624,000), New Tricks (616,000), Foreign Correspondent (528,000). At the Movies was 380,000.
TEN was unable to rise beyond TEN News (717,000). NCIS was 595,000, NCIS: LA was 513,000, The Project was 478,000. Alas The Biggest Loser is in a tailspin at 382,000, behind The Bold and The Beautiful on 384,000.
Who Do You Think You Are? (364,000) was best for SBS ONE then World News Australia (184,000), Insight (183,000) and Dateline (136,000).
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 16 April 2013