Voice tops ratings, Seven wins another week.

How much does running a show late affect the ratings? In some cases quite a bit.

Last week 60 Minutes pulled 786,000 in preliminary numbers following The Voice grand final, but it has been adjusted to 692,000 -a difference of nearly 100,000 viewers. Yet it must be noted The Voice: Winner Announced also rose in adjustments from 1.306m to 1.32m as the week’s top title -NB: adjustments and overruns are not exclusive to Nine, and are often associated with Live shows.

Seven won the week again underpinned by Seven News & House Rules.

Elsewhere, Tour de France boosted SBS, including a primary channel win over TEN on Saturday night.

Seven: 29.0
Nine: 27.8
TEN: 18.8
ABC: 15.7
SBS: 8.7

Primary channel:
Seven: 19.9
Nine: 18.8
TEN: 13.3
ABC: 10.9
SBS: 6.5

9GO!: 4.0
7mate: 3.5
7TWO: 3.2
ONE: 3.0
ABC2: 2.9
9GEM: 2.8
7flix: 2.4
9Life: 2.2
ABC News: 1.2
SBS Food Network: 1.0
ABC ME: 0.7
NITV: 0.1

Seven led in the demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.

Seven won Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Nine claimed Sunday and Wednesday. ABC bettered TEN on Saturday.

Seven was victorious in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, while Nine held Sydney and Brisbane.

Best brands this week were:

Seven: Seven News (Sun: 1.29m), House Rules (Sun: 1.01m), Border Security (727,000) and Home and Away (706,000).

Nine: The Voice (Winner Announced: 1.32m), Nine News (Sun: 1.21m), True Story with Hamish & Andy (893,000) and 60 Minutes (692,000).

TEN: MasterChef Australia (Thurs: 917,000), Have You Been Paying Attention? (853,000), Shark Tank (725,000) and Offspring (594,000).

ABC: ABC News (Sat: 731,000), Father Brown (708,000), Anh’s Brush with Fame (642,000) and Four Corners (638,000).

SBS: Michael Mosley: Queen Victoria’s Slum (359,000), Great British Railway Journeys (265,000), Extreme Railway Journeys (260,000) and Tour de France (Stage 5: 250,000).

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