While Nine and Seven’s shows both went up, TEN took a tumble -down to 472,000. Ironically both The Voice and Biggest Loser are produced by the same company, Shine Australia.
Nine network won the night with a share of 35.5% then Seven 30.3%, ABC 16.9%, TEN 13.2% and SBS 4.0%.
The Voice was 2.06m for Nine then Nine News (1.38m), ACA (1.18m), House Husbands (1.03m), Hot Seat (728,000), Person of Interest (438,000). Footy Classified was 166,000 in 3 states. Nine indicates its numbers weren’t affected by an EPG error in Melbourne.
My Kitchen Rules lifted to 1.54m for Seven then Seven News (1.32m), Today Tonight (1.06m), Revenge (1.01m), Home and Away (986,000), Deal or No Deal (555,000), and Grey’s Anatomy (489,000 / 326,000).
ABC News (867,000) led for ABC1 followed by Australian Story (711,000), 7:30 (664,00), Four Corners (637,000), Media Watch (616,000), Q & A (597,000). Grand Designs was 405,000 and Lateline was 255,000.
TEN’s results need some explaining due to the overrun of Adam Scott’s US Masters win.
TEN News pipped 701,000 for TEN but next was a repeat of The Bold and the Beautiful (582,000) which was actually the golf. The Project was 541,000 followed by Everyday Gourmet with Justine Schofield (533,000) which was more golf. The Biggest Loser struggled at 472,000 followed by the afternoon episode of The Bold and the Beautiful (415,000) which comes in ahead of The Simpsons (409,000), a James Mathison-hosted episode of Can of Worms (334,000) and Hawaii Five-0 at just 257,000.
On SBS ONE it was The Truth about Exercise (242,000), Mythbusters (163,000), World News Australia (163,000) and Mad Men (105,000).
ABC News Breakfast: 40,000 / 28,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 15 April 2013