But the singing show still topped the night and Nine won the evening.
Nine Network share was 33.4% then Seven 29.0%, ABC 18.2%, TEN 14.8% and SBS 4.7%.
Following The Voice Nine’s other numbers were good: Nine News (1.38m), The Block (1.28m), ACA (1.08m) and Hot Seat (807,000). The movie Knight and Day was 526,000.
Due to running AFL (371,000) in Melbourne, Seven didn’t have a network schedule beyond 7:30pm. Seven News (1.26m) was their best performer. Today Tonight won its slot with 1.13m, Home and Away was 889,000 and Deal or No Deal was 554,000. In 4 cities Dynamo: Magician Impossible was 559,000, Revenge was 550,000 and Grey’s Anatomy was 306,000 / 224,000. Private Practice was 148,000 in 5 cities.
ABC News cracked the 1.00m for ABC1 then Australian Story (802,000), 7:30 (705,000), Four Corners (619,000), Media Watch (567,000), Q & A (560,000). Time Team was 326,000.
The Biggest Loser (658,000) was best for TEN followed by TEN News (653,000), The Project (490,000), and David Attenborough: 60 Years (434,000). The Simpsons was 372,000. Probably feeling the bite from AFL too, Can of Worms languished on just 238,000 -beaten by SBS.
On SBS it was The Truth About Fat (320,000), Mythbusters (196,000), World News Australia (179,000) and Mad Men (103,000).
Bananas in Pyjamas (302,000) led multichannels. Survivor was 189,000 / 133,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 55,000 / 32,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 13 May 2013