Seven’s decision to nick The Voice from Nine appears to have proven a shrewd move after the seasoned singing competition posted an impressive 1.329 million on debut last night. All numbers are OzTAM metro.
It was no doubt helped along by Seven’s 6pm news bulletin that did some serious numbers in 1.520 million, and viewers hanging out for their final Olympics hit – the closing ceremony nudging to a high of 1.291 million.
Seven’s Olympics afternoon coverage peaked at 763,000 and its countdown to the closing ceremony got as high as 1.245 million.
Seven’s Sunday afternoon AFL game kicked along to 477,000.
Nine’s The Block is also back, it did 747,000, and an impressive effort considering Seven’s offerings. 10’s Survivor posted 609,000.
Seven easily won the night with 43.7 per cent of all of last night’s eyeballs (all channels). Nine had to settle for 23.9 per cent, 10 did 15.6 per cent, the ABC had 10.2 per cent and SBS did 6.6 per cent.
The Block aside, other standouts for Nine included its 6pm news with 1.079 million and 60 Minutes pulled 452,000.
10 did well with The Sunday Project (404,000) and 10 News First (378,000).
The ABC’s evening went this way: 7pm news (705,000), Joanna Lumley’s Britain (512,000) and a Coronavirus: Public Update (350,000).
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