Sunday TV Wrap: Big Numbers Across The Voice And Survivor Finales, But Seven Comes Out On Top

Sunday TV Wrap: Big Numbers Across The Voice And Survivor Finales, But Seven Comes Out On Top

Sunday night was host to two big finales, Seven’s The Voice and 10’s Australian Survivor, both netting in good numbers.

However, it was The Voice out on top, with the winner announcement nabbing 1,383,000 viewers, and the rest of the final averageing 1,292,000 viewers, as per OzTAM’s metro data.

Now, be warned: spoilers ahead for any prime time TV lovers who missed out on Sunday:

The crown ultimately went to Guy Sebastian’s contestant (which makes the whole thing sound quite Gladiator-esque), 23 year old Sydneysider Bella Taylor-Smith. May her reign be long and prosperous.

Next on the finales agenda (though not the ratings….) was 10’s Australian Survivor: Brains vs Brawn. The winner announcement averaged a nice 923,000 viewers, while the rest of the finale had an average of 785,000. Ultimately, the crown went to Hayley Leake, who beat out pro surfer Flick Palmateer and fan fave/the self-proclaimed King of Bankstown, George Mladenov.

They were good numbers, nicely reflecting the show’s performance throughout its season, but not enough to beat a non-finale episode of The Block, which had 952,000 viewers.

Out on top of the news ratings was Nine News, which had 1,227,000 viewers, followed by Seven News, which had 1,113,000.

ABC News Sunday had 663,000 viewers, and 60 Minutes had 520,000.

On Seven, Homicide: With Ron Iddles continued to prove its popularity, scoring 592,000 viewers.

For Nine, the rugby league finals series had 517,000 viewers and the late news had 303,000.

Over at 10, The Sunday Project had 446,000 viewers while 10 News First Sunday had 285,000 viewers.

Finlly, the ABC’s David Attenborough’s Global Adventure had 391,000 viewers, The Newsreader had 386,000, Landline had 306,000, Insiders had 305,000 and Landline Weather had 269,000.

In terms of the daily share, the Seven Network won Sunday with 33.5 per cent of the share, followed by the Nine Network with 29.3 per cent.

Network 10 had 18.8 per cent while the ABC TV Network had 11.8 per cent and the SBS Network had 6.7 per cent.

Now looking to the seven days ratings, which covers overnight, consolidated and BVOD, OzTAM’s total TV Report shows last Sunday’s most watched show nationally was Seven’s The Voice with a Total TV audience of 2,006,000 viewers (metro: 1,088,000, regional: 528,000 and BVOD: 252,000).

In second was Seven News with a Total TV audience of 1,790,000 viewers (metro: 1,139,000, regional: 611,000 and BVOD: 36,000).

Scoring bronze was Nine’s The Block, with a total audience of 1,726,000 viewers (metro: 1,037,000, regional: 376,000 and BVOD: 226,000).

The program with the highest lift on overnight was the ABC’s The Newsreader at 54 per cent, including both BVOD and consolidated viewing.

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