The unstoppable force that is The Voice actually went up again last night, scoring a whopping 2.7m viewers for its fourth audition episode. It peaked at an almighty 3.48m viewers.
Nine’s show sent Dancing with the Stars to record lows of 991,000, and The Biggest Loser had to contend with 780,000 -a much softer drop than Seven experienced.
In Sydney there were nearly a million viewers watching The Voice. It enjoyed 944,000 viewers, Melbourne had 745,000 and Brisbane 506,000. The numbers ensured Beaconsfield did great business with 1.63m viewers as the second most popular show of the night. Nine News was third on 1.49m.
It all added up to a staggering 43.5% share, thumping Seven on 23.7% and more than doubling TEN’s 16.2%. With that kind of margin, Nine is already on the way to another weekly win.
Seven News (1.4m) was best for Seven but from there only Bones (1.00m) cracked the magic million. Dancing with the Stars slumped to 991,000. Castle was 700,000.
Loser (780,000) remains TEN’s best performer followed by Modern Family (745,000), the premiere of Touch (742,000), New Girl (589,000), TEN News (519,000), FIA Formula One (425,000) and The Project (425,000). TEN repeats Touch tomorrow night.
ABC struggled on Sunday with ABC News (866,000), Two on the Great Divide (715,000), Waking the Dead (613,000), Compass (378,000) and Auction Room (294,000).
Prophets of Science Fiction was 264,000 for SBS ONE and Lost Ships of Rome was 242,000.
Not content with its primary numbers afternoon reruns of The Voice even managed to top multichannels with 218,000 viewers. Dizzying stuff, folks….