The Voice and The Block take Nine to a Sunday win

2013-05-13_1011Nine’s Reality combo of The Voice and The Block gave it an easy win over the competition last night.

The Voice stumped up with yet another 1.92m and The Block won its timeslot with 1.31m.

Nine network share was 35.2% then Seven 27.4%, TEN 18.6%, ABC 13.6% and SBS 5.2%.

Nine dominated the night with Nine News (1.37m) and 60 Minutes (1.31m) both winning their timeslots. CSI was 556,000.

Sunday Night and Seven News were both on 1.24m for Seven then A Place to Call Home (1.18m), The Force (1.11m), Highway Patrol (904,000) and Mrs. Biggs (477,000).

Modern Family (746,000 / 615,000) was best for TEN then The Biggest Loser (737,000), Elementary (665,000), TEN News (508,000), The Simpsons (373,000) and Formula One was 310,000 in 3 cities.

ABC News (798,000) led ABC1 then Call the Midwife (726,000), Doctor Who (696,000), The Boffin the Builder and the Bombardier (373,000), Compass (331,000) and Antiques Master (253,000).

Treasures of Ancient Rome (395,000) topped SBS ONE followed by Murdoch (235,000), World News Australia (175,000) and Shadows of Liberty (93,000).

Bananas in Pyjamas was best on multichannels with 202,000.

Financial Review Sunday: 191,000
Insiders: 149,000 / 72,000 / 34,000
The Bolt Report: 111,000
Meet the Press: 84,000 / 128,000

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 12 May 2012

15 Comments:

  1. @ JB & mason

    Regarding A Place To Call Home I did watch the first episode when it was repeated because of the supposed 8.44pm start time on the first Sunday. I guess that’s why dramas aren’t getting the bigger numbers. Although I’m glad they were honest the first week with the EPG at least. Because it tells some viewers to not to bother to watch.

  2. How did the AFR go against that cartoon that beat it last week?

    @William -You are correct about the F1 but i dont think that gives TEN an excuse not to show new episodes. They should fix up the schedule…. or something even better (that will never happen until someone grows a brain at TEN) put the F1 back on ONE

  3. I think 7 would be pretty happy with their numbers considering they didn’t really have anything big on.

    David, any reason why 7 didn’t bump up House Rules to start when Celebrity Splash did (i.e. day after MKR final?) They’re going to suffer having the Block beat them out of the starting gates – people won’t watch both (especially when they’re on at partially the same time).

  4. I don’t know what’s wrong with TEN. But they know only seem to show a new episode of Graham Norton every second week. It makes it really confusing as my EPG doesn’t list it as a repeat and you don’t figure it out until you watch the ep.

  5. A Place To Call Home is good, great cast, acting etc, but not nearly as intriguing or suspenseful as it could be nor made out to be. And i’m not gonna watch it anymore. 8.45 start, get stuffed Seven.

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