Another 2.33m viewers tuned in last night for the third and final battle round giving Nine an easy win over its rivals.
Last night’s performance include some superb duets (“Shower the People” and “Turning Tables” in particular) as the judges sent more contestants home. 828,000 viewers watched in Melbourne with another 665,000 in Sydney.
Nine’s network share for the night was a huge 39.5% to Seven’s 24.0%. TEN and ABC tied on 16.4% and SBS sat on just 3.6%.
The Block scored 1.44m viewers, well ahead of MasterChef (996,000) but were only head to head for 30 minutes. Elsewhere Nine News was 1.33m, ACA was 1.11m and Person of Interest was 789,000 but started very late. Hot Seat was 704,000.
Seven News was just under 1.4m for Seven, then Revenge (1.25m), Today Tonight (1.2m), Home and Away (892,000), Highway Patrol (823,000 / 662,000). Pictures of You was 647,000 and How I Met Your Mother was 374,000. Deal or No Deal was 747,000 and the premiere of The Price is Right was 536,000.
MasterChef was best for TEN on 996,000 up against The Voice. TEN News was 734,000, The Project 6pm was 450,000, Bondi Rescue was 414,000, NCIS LA was 389,000 but Hawaii Five-0 which preceded it was just 295,000.
ABC News cracked 1.00m for ABC1 then Australian Story (786,000), 7:30 (660,000), Q & A (633,000), Four Corners (583,000) and Media Watch (546,000).
SBS ONE could not rise beyond World News Australia on 170,000. Mythbusters was 163,000 and Letters and Numbers was 156,000.
Neighbours topped multichannels with 311,000.