The Voice last night emerged as victor with 1.87m viewers but Seven was strong with 1.59m for My Kitchen Rules.
That left 552,000 for The Biggest Loser.
On those numbers, Seven is doing a good job of stopping Nine from having it all its own way. At least viewers have three shows with different sub-genres, rather than two of the same thing.
Nine network share was 33.5% then Seven 31.9%, ABC 17.3%, TEN 14.1% and SBS 3.1%.
Also for Nine were Nine News (1.3m), A Current Affair (1.19m), House Husbands (1.14m), Hot Seat (714,000), Person of Interest (352,000), and Footy Classified (167,000 in 3 cities).
Seven News was 1.26m for Seven then Today Tonight (1.15m / 840,000), Revenge (971,000), Home and Away (932,000), Deal or No Deal (519,000) and The Mindy Project (229,000).
ABC News (905,000) led ABC1 then Media Watch (773,000), Four Corners (717,000), Australian Story (700,000), 7:30 (682,000), Q & A (629,000) and Grand Designs (357,000).
TEN’s best was TEN News (758,000). Other titles were The Project (524,000), The Simpsons (399,000), Can of Worms (362,000) and Hawaii Five-0 tanked at 223,000.
SBS had a dismal night with World News Australia its best on 196,000 then Mythbusters (143,000), Railway Walks (104,000) and Mad Men (72,000).
Neighbours topped multichannels with 320,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 8 April 2013