Channel Seven won the Tuesday night TV ratings race with My Kitchen Rules and Packed to the Rafters (pictured) pulling in 1.543 million and 1.316 million viewers respectively.
Nine’s The Voice, however, was the most-watched show, with 1.895 million pairs of eyeing tuning in.
News and current affairs shows on Seven and Nine dominated the rest of the top 10 most-viewed free-to-air TV programs, according to figures from Oztam.
Home and Away, on Seven, and The Following, on Nine, were the only other non-news shows to make the top 10. Home and Away was in eighth place with 938,000 viewers and The Following was tenth, with 720,000.
NCIS was the top ranking show for Network Ten, in 13th spot with 654,000 people watching.