Nine’s winning streak in the ratings war continues, despite only having one episode of The Voice last week.
It topped network shares, primary shares, multichannels and demos.
Nine Network won last week with 29.5% to Seven 27.7%, TEN 21.1%, ABC 16.5% and SBS 5.2%.
Nine’s primary channel was 22.5% to Seven 21.3%, TEN 15.0%, ABC1 12.5% and SBS ONE 4.4%.
GO! was 4.3%, 7TWO 3.7%, ELEVEN 3.4%, 7mate 2.7%, Gem and ONE both 2.6%, ABC2 2.3%, ABC News 24 0.9%, SBS TWO 0.8% and ABC2 0.7%.
The Voice (2.32m) was #1 for the week. Nine’s other performers included Nine News (Sun: 1.48m), The Block (Sun: 1.47m), 60 Minutes (1.28m) and A Current Affair (1.01m).
Seven News (Sun: 1.56m) was best for Seven then Revenge (1.25m), Packed to the Rafters (1.17m), Australia’s Got Talent (1.16m) and Today Tonight (1.12m).
TEN had a positive week thanks to a Reality premiere and finale. The Biggest Loser (Winner Announced: 1.41m) led their week. MasterChef premiered to 1.36m on Sunday. Outside of either brand, Offspring was next on 801,000, Touch was 703,000 and TEN News was 676,000.
New Tricks was 1.17m for ABC1 then ABC News (Sat: 1.01m), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (857,000), Australian Story (783,000) and a Midsomer Murders repeat was 721,000.
Machu Picchu Decoded stumped up with 451,00 for SBS ONE then Wildest India (321,000), Extreme Frontiers: Canada (315,000) and Heston’s Feasts (305,000).
Nine won 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54 demos last week.
Seven was first on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday while Nine took Sunday, Monday and Friday. ABC bettered TEN on Saturday and both tied for Monday.
Nine won Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane with Seven still victorious in Adelaide and Perth.
UPDATED: Whilst Nine’s data indicated it had overtaken Seven in 16-39 and 18-49 this is for Overnight data only and does not include Consolidated (timeshifted) data. Adding the latter, Seven remains in front on demos and Total People.