House Rules beats The Voice
Ratings: With no Blind Auditions on Nine the pendulum swings towards Seven's renovation reveal, and a win for Monday.
Numbers for The Voice have traditionally begun to dip once the Blind Auditions have ended. That’s been an opportunity for the competition to lift.
Last night 1.66m viewers tuned into House Rules‘ renovation reveal, outnumbering the 1.59m viewers watching The Voice battle round.
Sydney was the only city where Nine’s sing-off defeated Seven’s renovation contest.
Seven network won the night with a share of 33.9% then Nine 30.2%, ABC 17.0%, TEN 14.0% and SBS 4.9%.
Following House Rules for Seven were Seven News (1.29m / 1.21m), Home and Away (1.04m), Revenge (801,000) and Million Dollar Minute (645,000). Grey’s Anatomy was 314,000 and Talking Footy was 63,000 in 3 cities (88,000 on 7 mate).
Following The Voice for Nine were Nine News (1.25m / 1.15m), Big Bang (1.16m / 790,000), ACA (1.15m), and Hot Seat (710,000). Footy Classified was 261,000 in 3 cities.
ABC News (886,000) led ABC1 then Australian Story (765,000), 7:30 (680,000), Media Watch (679,000), Four Corners (604,000) and Q & A (574,000).
MasterChef Australia (718,000) was best for TEN followed by The Project (700,000 / 464,000), TEN Eyewitness News (664,000), Modern Family (402,000), 24 (325,000) and Have You Been Paying Attention? (174,000).
The season final of Vikings was 230,000 for SBS ONE then Mythbusters (157,000), SBS World News (153,000) and RocKwiz (149,000).
Neighbours topped multichannels at 282,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 77,000 / 49,000
Studio 10 appeared unaffected by the loss of Wake Up, at 51,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 26 May 2014