The Voice launch hits high note of 2.16m
Ratings: The Voice launches above the 2 million viewers mark, on a strong night for Nine and Seven.
The show was more than a million viewers ahead of its timeslot competition, with 722,000 viewers in Melbourne and 622,000 in Sydney.
Nine Network won the night with a 33.6% share, but Seven still managed a good share of 31.4% thanks to Seven News and a good debut by The Killing Field. Last night The Voice, The Killing Field and Real Housewives of Melbourne were all trending on Twitter.
ABC was 15.8%, TEN 12.7% and SBS 6.3%.
Next for Nine was 60 Minutes (1.4m), then Nine News (1.17m) and The Mentalist (551,000 / 450,000).
Seven News (1.45m) was best for Seven then The Killing Field (1.17m), House Rules (1.01m), Sunday Night (995,000). Malcolm Naden: Australia’s Most Hunted was 289,000.
ABC News (873,000) led ABC1 followed by Inspector George Gently (701,000), Restoration Home (628,000), Compass (541,000) and Midsomer Murders (388,000).
Modern Family (539,000 / 509,000) topped TEN then Elementary (481,000), TEN Eyewitness News (414,000), Bondi Rescue (327,000) but disappointing numbers for The Millers (314,000 / 294,000). The Graham Norton Show was 301,000.
In a rare move an SBS 2 show, A League Final (301,000 / 223,000), outstripped all those on SBS ONE: Carthage’s Lost Warriors (213,000), Life on Us (192,000) and SBS World News (169,000).
SBS 2 topped the multichannels with the A League Final.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 4 May 2014