The Voice grabs 475,000 more viewers than any other show

The Voice grabs 475,000 more viewers than any other show
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Nine’s singing reality show trumped all other shows last night, with the second most watched show grabbing just under half a million less viewers than The Voice’s 1.865 million.

Seven News nabbed the second spot on the top 20 leader board from yesterday, pulling in 1.390 million viewers while 60 Minutes on Nine saw 1.298 pairs of eyes in third place, according to OzTam preliminary metro ratings.

While The Voice may have won the reality share of the viewers on Sunday night, Seven’s House Rules and Ten’s Masterchef both found places in the top 20.

House Rules came in fourth place with 1.264 million viewers while Masterchef didn’t manage to crack the million mark, seeing 948,000 viewers and seventh place.

Last week saw a rise for Masterchef as it came second in the 7.30pm timeslot on Thursday night, however last night’s viewers were still higher than Thursday night’s 870,000.

Nine won the night overall with a total combined share of 33%, with its main channel seeing a share of 25.9%.

Seven came in second with a total share of 26.3%. The network’s primary station nabbed a share of 19.8%.

Ten snatched a bronze with a total share of 19.9% with the primary channel seeing a share of 14.8%.

ABC came in fourth with 16.1% as ABC1 saw 12.3%.

SBS came fifth with 4.6%. SBS One had a share of 3.9%.

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