Sunday sings for Nine

The Voice grand final was Sunday’s most-watched show pushing Nine to a 35.1% network share last night.

1.31m metro viewers watched Judah Kelly crowned as the series winner over Hoseah Partsch with 1.18m watching the bulk of the show. Nine coded the show into 3 segments making direct comparisons with 2016 somewhat tricky… but it was in the same ball park.

House Rules put up good competition for its 70 minute broadcast at 1.01m viewers. MasterChef‘s Japan visit, which was head to head for part of the broadcast was 780,000 -up on last Sunday.

Doctor Who‘s emotional finale was up on last week for ABC. but Poldark was down.

Nine network won with 35.1% then Seven 26.7%, TEN 17.2%, ABC 13.5% and SBS 7.5%.

Following The Voice for Nine were Nine News (1.22m) and 60 Minutes (786,000).

Seven News (1.29m) led for Seven then House Rules (1.01m) and Sunday Night (634,000). The Movie: Captain Phillips was just 209,000.

MasterChef Australia (780,000) was well in front of Modern Family (436,000 / 302,000) for TEN. Bull was 347,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 340,000 and Family Feud was 236,000. NCIS: NO was just 197,000.

ABC News (726,000), Doctor Who (461,000), Poldark (414,000) and Death in Paradise (272,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Treasures Decoded (217,000), Tour de France (200,000), SBS World News (194,000) and Great British Railway Journeys (122,000).

9Life’s Fixer Upper topped multichannels at 190,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 2 July 2017

9 Comments:

  1. Ahh! Back from holidays. Massive win by Nine last night and well deserved. Production standards for The Voice are really high. It just looks so classy on the screen compared to anything else that is on.

  2. Surprised Seven went with a niche movie, rather than attempt a blockbuster against The Voice finale.

    Even a new episode of a factual or something would’ve done better later in the night.

  3. I thought last nights HR episode was pointless. Lots of fighting and whinging and didn’t see much work happening or judges comments.

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