The Voice lifts to 1.61m viewers
Ratings: Nine's key shows all sit above 1.3m viewers, while Tour de France is already driving SBS.
The Voice sang to the tune of 1.61m viewers last night, up from its season premiere of 1.56m last week.
That lead-in also saw 60 Minutes achieve its best numbers this year at 1.3m viewers, helping deliver Nine a comfy win on Sunday.
MasterChef returned to second in its timeslot on 1.01m viewers with House Rules narrowly behind on 992,000.
Elsewhere, SBS is already beginning to see rises thanks to Tour de France. On Saturday the channel managed a 10.8% share.
Nine network won Sunday with 31.1% then Seven 25.2%, TEN 20.2%, ABC 16.6% and SBS 6.8%.
Following The Voice for Nine were Nine News (1.34m) and 60 Minutes (1.3m) but A.D.: Kingdom & Empire (retitled from A.D.: The Bible Continues) had to settle for 472,000.
Seven News (1.33m) was best for Seven then House Rules (992,000) and Sunday Night (652,000). Bones was 355,000 / 273,000.
MasterChef Australia pulled 1.01m for TEN. CSI Cyber scored 528,000, Modern Family was 473,000 / 367,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 410,000 and NCIS was 279,000.
Grand Designs (871,000) led for ABC then Inspector George Gently (796,000) and ABC News (792,000). Compass was 262,000.
SBS World News (206,000) was best for SBS then Tour de France (199,000), Michael Scott: The Story of Luxury (192,000) and Grand Tours of Scotland (148,000).
ABC2’s Big Ted’s Big Adventure ruled multichannels at 252,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 5 July 2015.