Seven has snatched back a ratings win after Nine has enjoyed four weeks in a row.
Seven Network won with 30.0% to Nine 28.3%, TEN 20.0%, ABC 16.8%, SBS 4.9%.
Seven won every night of the week except Monday which fell to Nine. But Nine won key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Seven’s primary channel was 22.6%, then Nine 22.0%, TEN 14.2%, ABC1 13.0%, SBS ONE 4.1%.
7TWO led multichannels with 4.1%, followed by GO! 3.9%, ELEVEN 3.4%, 7mate 3.3%, Gem 2.4%, ABC2 and ONE both on 2.3%, ABC News 24 and SBS TWO both on 0.8% and ABC3 0.7%.
Seven News (Sun: 1.4m) was Seven’s best performer followed by Once Upon a Time (1.35m), Seven News (weeknights: 1.29m, Sat: 1.22m), Packed to the Rafters (1.22m) and Dancing with the Stars (1.21m).
The Voice was again the top show for the week with 2.2m viewers. Next best for Nine were Nine News (Sun: 1.52m), The Block (the highest being Sun: 1.44m), Nine News (weeknights: 1.21m) and 60 Minutes (1.15m). Tricky Business premiered well on 976,000.
Bikie Wars landed in the top 10 for TEN with 1.26m viewers. TEN’s other performers were MasterChef (the highest being 1.15m), Bikie Wars: Here and Now (988,000), Offspring (778,000) and Modern Family (777,000).
New Tricks was strongest for ABC1 with 1.22m, then ABC News (Sat: 997,000, weeknights: 995,000), Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (903,000), ABC News (Sun: 876,000) and The Diamond Queen (873,000).
Wildest India (333,000) topped SBS ONE, followed by Easter Island Underworld (319,000) and Extreme Frontiers: Canada (289,000).
Seven was first in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth while Nine won Sydney and Brisbane. ABC defeated TEN on Saturday night.
This week the first State of Origin on Wednesday night sees Seven moving Australia’s Got Talent to Thursday in Sydney and Brisbane.