• Seven continues winning streak thanks to The Voice
• MasterChef Australia finishes #2 in its timeslot in 16 to 39
Total TV Ratings, April 13
The top non-news program in the total TV ratings was Travel Guides which had 1.117m viewers, up 20%, as it took viewers to the Sunshine Coast.
Home and Away was the top entertainment program for Seven with 951,000 viewers, up 21%.
Hard Quiz performed well for the ABC with 947,000 viewers, up 15%.
Overnight TV Ratings, 20
Seven News 974,000/936,000
Nine News 782,000/765,000
ABC News 567,000
10 News First 316,000 (5:00pm)/ 193,000 (6:00pm)
SBS World News 166,000 (6:30pm)/129,000 (7:00pm)
Daily Current affairs
A Current Affair 592,000
The Project 238,000 (6:30pm)/ 366,000 (7:00pm)
The Drum 144,000
News Breakfast 185,000
Seven has continued its post-Easter winning streak with the broadcaster securing the #1 primary channel share (22.8%) and network share (30.7%). This was thanks again to the continued success of The Voice (629,000) which finished as the top entertainment program of the night for the third consecutive night in an episode that saw the third round of blind auditions. Home and Away provided a lead-in of 471,000 viewers earlier in the night.
On Nine, 562,000 watched Lego Masters as teams created a song title out of Lego, and made their builds clear enough that the musical mystery guest (Delta Goodrem) could guess what song they built. Lego Masters continues to perform well in key demos after finishing #1 in each category. Afterwards, the second episode of The Thing About Pam aired, bringing in 277,000 viewers.
On 10, The Project had 238,000 (6:30pm) and 366,000 (7:00pm) as the show discussed the impact of the election on Australia’s welfare and pension payments.
On MasterChef, 376,000 watched as the contestants got creative with cooking from the food pyramid with the best dish from each group to send its maker into tomorrow’s immunity cook. The team of Chris, Montana, Harry, and Julie won the challenge.
On the ABC, Hard Quiz had another strong audience of 497,000 before the season finale of Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell had 401,000 viewers.
The top non-news program for SBS was Tony Robinson’s Coast to Coast had 154,000 viewers.