Reality rules the airwaves, again

Reality rules the airwaves, again
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Reality shows The Voice and My Kitchen Rules won the biggest free-to-air TV audiences last night.

Channel Nine’s The Voice drew in the most pairs of eyes – 2.057 million across the five city metro areas. It’s the second night in a row the talent show has pulled in an audience of more than two million.

My Kitchen Rules, on Seven, was in second place, with 1.54 million people tuning in.

Drama shows House Husbands on Nine (1.031 million), Revenge on Seven (1.009 million) and Home and Away on Seven (986,000) took out spots seven, eight and nine in the top 10 most-watched shows last night.

And news and current affairs programs sat in the remaining places – Nine News attracted 1.382 million viewers, Seven News had 1.324 million, A Current Affair had 1.184 million, Today Tonight had 1.060 million and ABC News attracted 867,000.

Nine out of the top 10 most-watched programs were on Seven and Nine, with ABC1 sneaking into tenth spot with ABC News. Network Ten failed to make an appearance in the top 10, but Ten News at Five was in 13th spot and Ten’s The Bold and the Beautiful was 19th, with 582,000 viewers.

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