Nine dominates the Sunday airwaves

Nine dominates the Sunday airwaves
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Channel Nine dominated the Sunday night TV airwaves, with The Voice and 60 Minutes both pulling in more than 1.6 million viewers.

The Voice came in at number one, with 1.985 million viewers across the five city metro areas, according to figures from Oztam.

Seven’s My Kitchen Rules scored third place, with an audience of1.556 million.

Network Ten made it into the top 10, with Elementary in seventh place, which attracted 803,000 viewers.

UK period drama Downton Abbey, on Seven, was in sixth place with 1.317 million viewers, Nine’s The Mentalist came in ninth, with an audience of 727,000, and Doctor Who on ABC1 snuck into the top 10 in 10th position with 648,000 people tuning in to watch the time traveller’s adventures.

The other programs to make up the top 10 were news shows – Seven News (1.457 million viewers), Nine News (1.398 million) and ABC News (781,000). 

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