While it mirrors 2012’s trend of tracking lower rather than higher across the series it still topped the night on 1.64m viewers (running overtime those numbers will again need to be adjusted).
It also overshadows the good numbers by Nine News, pipping 1.4m viewers. Seven will be pleased House Rules is across the magic million.
Nine network share was 34.7% then Seven 27.7%, ABC 17.6%, TEN 15.9% and SBS 4.1%.
Following The Voice, Nine News was 1.41m, The Block (1.39m), A Current Affair (1.21m) and Hot Seat (782,000). Major Crimes started late with 773,000 in preliminary numbers. Footy Classified was 273,000 in 3 cities.
Seven News (1.31m) was best for Seven with the House Rules reveal clinging to 1.07m. Today Tonight was 1.03m, Home and Away was 966,000, Revenge was 881,000, Deal or No Deal was 608,000, Grey’s Anatomy was 418,000 / 296,000 and Private Practice was 123,000.
ABC News (969,000) led ABC1 then Australian Story (813,000), 7:30 (770,000), Four Corners (635,000), Q & A (602,000) and Media Watch (600,000).
The penultimate Biggest Loser was 728,000 for TEN. TEN News was 700,000, The Project was 602,000, The Americans was 487,000. The Simpsons was 393,000.
Mythbusters was 254,000 on SBS ONE then World News Australia (209,000), Into the Mind (153,000) and Britain’s Best Drives (94,000).
Neighbours was strong on multichannels with 405,000.
ABC News Breakfast: 50,000 / 26,000
OzTAM Overnights: Monday 27 May 2013