No surprises as The Voice leads Sunday

Ratings: Sunday ratings saw little shake-up as viewers begin to bunker down for winter.

2014-06-02_0953There were really no surprises last night.

The Voice finished on top, Seven was consistent across most of the night and MasterChef led the way for TEN.

Nine network won the night with a 33.8% share then Seven 29.4%, TEN 16.7%, ABC 15.8% and SBS 4.3%.

The Voice was #1 at 1.89m for Nine then Nine News (1.4m), 60 Minutes (1.2m) and The Mentalist (663,000). Person of Interest was 368,000.

Seven News (1.3m) led for Seven then House Rules (1.3m), Sunday Night (1.16m) and A Place to Call Home (966,000). Mr Selfridge was 354,000 / 234,000.

MasterChef Australia (885,000) was best for TEN, then Modern Family (507,000 / 490,000), TEN Eyewitness News (499,000), Elementary (458,000), Bondi Rescue (333,000) and The Graham Norton Show (218,000).

ABC News (802,000) topped ABC1 followed by Silent Witness (630,000), Restoration Home (546,000), Compass (427,000), Midsomer Murders (419,000) and Trigger Point (339,000).

Sacred Wonders of Britain (316,000) was well ahead of other SBS shows SBS World News (179,000), Battle of the Sexes (111,000) and Welcome to Rio (60,000).

Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom on ABC2 was best on multichannels at 290,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 1 June 2014

3 Responses

  1. @TasTVcameraman – I used to watch it (live!) as it was easy fodder on a Sunday night and the two leads have a certain charm. Then Ten took it off or played repeats or something (can’t recall, don’t care enough), and then began doing the 7/9 thing with the start times so I stopped watching and haven’t been back.

    Ten don’t deserve my attention.

  2. I wonder why Elementary has these low figures because they rated a lot better last season, and I wonder if it has anything to do with the time as it loses a lot after Masterchef.

  3. You are right. No real surprises but Elementary probably does not deserve the 9.00pm Sunday slot on those figures. Only four eps to go so Ten may as well leave it there as it at least helps the network come third on Sundays. Although with Grand Designs returning next week to ABC, that might be enough to move Ten to fourth.

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