The Voice ends with a quieter bang than 2012

The Voice ends with a quieter bang than 2012

More than 2.3 million fans tuned in to see Harrison Craig crowned winner of The Voice on Channel Nine last night – but figures were down by 29% on last year.

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The Winner Announced show pulled in a total Monday night audience of 2.307 million viewers. The preceding Grand Final show was watched by 2.035 million.

The figures for final night of The Voice were significantly down on 2012’s grand final night, however. Last year’s Grand Final was watched by 2.749 million people, and the Winner Announced show by 3.238 million.

The Voice and The Block Sky High saw Nine take out the top three spots in the overnight TV ratings from Oztam, with The Block Sky High attracting an audience of 1.493 million.

Seven made it into fourth place, with House Rules: Reveal pulling in 1.390 million pairs of eyes.

Other than Seven’s Home and Away (which was in ninth spot with 1.033 million viewers), news and current affairs took out the rest of the top 10 most-watched programs last night.

Nine News was the most popular, with an audience of 1.353 million.

(Pictured: Harrison Craig with The Voice judge Seal)