The Voice sent home three more last night as Laura Bunting, Taga Paa and Jimmy Cupples left the building. The Live show netted Nine another 1.98m viewers, ever so slightly more than the Overnight figures a week earlier.
Nine won the night thanks also to Nine News (1.33m), ACA (1.09m). Tricky Business averaged 692,000 in preliminary figures (down from 940,000 in Overnights last week). Hot Seat was 639,000.
Revenge (1.47m) rose on its numbers from last week. Seven’s other showings were Seven News (1.47m), Today Tonight (1.28m), The Force (1.02m), Home and Away (942,000), Border Security (798,000), Deal or No Deal (745,000), Body of Proof (645,000) and The Price is Right (435,000).
MasterChef (1.04m) eliminated Kath and stayed above the magic million for TEN with TEN News on 742,000, Bondi Vet on 555,000, NCIS on 481,000, The Project 6pm on 422,000 and NCIS: LA on 419,000.
ABC News did well with 1.03m for ABC1 then Q & A high with 816,000, plus Four Corners (677,000), Australian Story (674,000), 7:30 (657,000) and Media Watch (629,000).
SBS ONE continues to struggle on Mondays with Mythbusters at 173,000, World News Australia on 167,000 and Letters and Numbers on 137,000.
Neighbours led multichannels with 338,000. On GO! Spartacus: Vengeance was 103,000 but Fringe (47,000) and Chuck (43,000) both disappointed.
ABC News Breakfast: 45,000 / 29,000