Nine News leads Monday, but The Voice dips.

 

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The Voice dipped again last night, to its lowest point this season on 1.14m viewers but it was enough to remain ahead of MasterChef‘s 918,000 and House Rules on 915,000.

There was better news for Nine News which pulled an impressive 1.26m viewers -its best weeknight figure all year with annual highs in Melbourne and Brisbane.

The reality battle again impacted early evening ABC shows but Media Watch was up on last week, as it dissected the 60 Minutes review.

Nine network won with 29.8%, then Seven 25.4%, TEN 19.4%, ABC 18.7% and SBS 6.7%.

Nine News was #1 with 1.26m / 1.12m for Nine then The Voice (1.14m), A Current Affair (944,000), Hot Seat (693,000) and P!nk Live in Australia (471,000).  Footy Classified was 177,000 in 3 cities and Soundbreaking was just 134,000.

Seven News (1.16m / 1.06m) led for Seven followed by House Rules (915,000), Home and Away (787,000), The Chase (775,000 / 497,000), and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (466,000 / 380,000).

MasterChef Australia topped TEN’s night with 918,000 viewers. Have You Been Paying Attention? was 714,000, The Project was 673,000 / 520,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 574,000, and the last-ever CSI: Cyber was 220,000.

ABC News (822,000), 7:30 (717,000), Media Watch (631,000), Q & A (605,000), Australian Story (604,000) and Four Corners (535,000) comprised ABC’s Monday.

On SBS it was Ireland with Simon Reeve (354,000), Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m a Doctor (311,000), SBS World News (163,000) and What’s the Catch with Matthew Evans (137,000).

Shaun the Sheep starts the week with 285,000 topping multichannels.

Sunrise: 301,000
Today: 297,000
ABC News Breakfast: 109,000 / 49,000

OzTAM Overnights: Monday 30 May 2016

2 Comments:

  1. Disappointed in nine for shuffling soundbreaking to 10.40 for a rerun of a pink concert, it is a great show and I have been enjoying it for the past few weeks, that’s probably also the reason ratings declined for it.

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