House Rules rises for Seven, but Nine in front.
Ratings: The gap closes as Seven's House Rules lifts and The Voice dips, but Nine still won Monday.
Last night the show hit #2 at 1.29m viewers, up from 1.09m last week. The gap with The Voice closed as Nine’s show dipped to 1.66m viewers, but held the top spot.
Nine network won the night with a share of 32.7% then Seven 30.0%, ABC 17.3%, TEN 15.5% and SBS 4.6%.
The Voice was #1 with 1.66m viewers for Nine then Nine News (1.26m / 1.19m), A Current Affair (1.07m), The Big Bang Theory (1.04m / 779,000), and Hot Seat (705,000). Footy Classified was 212,000 in 3 cities.
House Rules (1.29m) was best for Seven then Seven News (1.24m / 1.13m), Home and Away (1.02m), Revenge (734,000), Million Dollar Minute (557,000) and Grey’s Anatomy (311,000 / 179,000). Talking Footy was 56,000 / 43,000 over two channels in three cities.
ABC News (838,000) still leads ABC1 followed by Australian Story (736,000), 7:30 (715,000), Media Watch (607,000), Four Corners (550,000) and Q & A (539,000).
MasterChef Australia (735,000) was best for TEN but down on last week’s launch. Next were The Project (692,000 / 465,000), TEN Eyewitness News (663,000). 24′s return (400,000 / 313,000) did not fulfill the hype despite an enjoyable execution.
On SBS ONE it was Vikings (206,000), Mythbusters (166,000), SBS World News (157,000) and RocKwiz (153,000).
Neighbours led multichannels at a strong 366,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 71,000 / 51,000
Wake Up: 26,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 12 May 2014