The Voice takes Nine to third win for the week
Ratings: The Voice and EJ Whitten game give Nine a comfy win, while an ABC doco proves surprisingly strong.
Despite dropping another 100,000 or so, The Voice still topped the night for Nine and was well in front of MasterChef (993,000) and House Rules (942,000).
A Current Affair was also strong and a football charity match ensured Nine kept plenty of viewers to win the night.
A special on Governor Phillip did good numbers for ABC. Were they all Banished viewers checking the real story?
Nine network was 32.6% then Seven 25.6%, TEN 19.2%, ABC 18.7% and SBS 3.9%.
The Voice (1.3m) was best for Nine then Nine News (1.19m / 1.17m), A Current Affair (1.02m) and Hot Seat (648,000). EJ Whitten Legends Game was 582,000 in 3 cities and Embarrassing Bodies Down Under was 297,000 in 2 cities. Supersize: Saving Britain’s 70 Stone Man was 168,000 in 2 cities.
Seven News (1.05m / 961,000) topped Seven’s night then House Rules (942,000), Home and Away (791,000) and Million Dollar Minute (530,000). Houdini had no magic left at just 310,000.
MasterChef Australia (993,000) was best for TEN. The Project was 683,000 / 522,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 626,000, NCIS was 524,000 and NCIS: LA was 402,000.
ABC News pulled 882,000 for ABC. Arthur Phillip: Governor, Sailor, Spy did surprisingly well on 763,000, then When Attenborough met Obama (711,000), 7:30 (697,000), Antiques Roadshow (415,000) and a Utopia repeat (291,000).
SBS had a quiet night even by its own standards with If Walls Could Talk (170,000), SBS World News (161,000), Insight (114,000). Dateline was 99,000.
ABC2’s Peter Rabbit led multichannels with 297,000.
The Morning Show: 162,000 / 81,000
Mornings: 128,000 / 100,000
Studio 10: 75,000 / 42,000
OzTAM Overnights: Tuesday 30 June 2015