TV ratings: Sunday Week 24 2020: The Voice keeps Nine #1

The Voice outperforms MasterChef elimination & House Rules final

Nine #1 as audiences dip on holiday eve Sunday night
The Voice: opera singing barefoot surfer chooses Team Delta
MasterChef top 10: Pie and sauce the start of downfall for Simon

Sunday news shows
Seven News 1,028,000
Nine News 996,000
ABC News 694,000
Insiders 471,000
The Project 274,000/420,000
10 News 329,000/238,000
Nine News Late Edition 329,000
Sunrise 241,000
Today 186,000
SBS World News 171,000

Seven: The grand final of House Rules: High Stakes couldn’t get over 600,000 with the two girls from Tassie, Kimmy & Rhi, getting an audience of 585,000 as they were named 2020 winners. The girls get $100,000 after being the ones to beat across the season.

Nine: Nine’s Sunday afternoon NRL had a metro audience of 301,000 and a regional crowd of 218,000 for a national audience of 519,000.
After the 6pm news it was time for episode seven of The Voice with more special voices including a couple of four chair turns including for the young opera singing barefoot surfer who chose Team Delta. The episode slipped below 900,000 for the first time with 874,000 watching.
60 Minutes featured Pete Evans with 639,000, down from 716,000 a week ago.

10: With Callum watching MasterChef from the balcony with immunity making him safe from elimination, the remaining 10 contestants competed to stay in the comp and score a spot in the top 10. The first of two rounds asked for a pie with sauce. The four who failed to impress the judges were Reynold, Sarah, Simon and Tessa. In the second cook it all went wrong for Simon who became the latest to head home. The audience of 803,000 was the smallest yet this season.

ABC: The second episode of Operation Buffalo was on 476,000 after the series launched on 555,000 a week ago. Earlier in the night Grand Designs was also on 476,000 as it tracked the build of a house on the edge of a cliff in Scotland.

SBS: The channel’s best was the 7.30pm repeat episode of London: 2,000 Years of History on 196,000.

Sunday Top 20 metro all people

1SEVEN NEWS  SUNDAYChannel 71,028,000
2NINE NEWS SUNDAYChannel 9996,000
3THE VOICEChannel 9874,000
660 MINUTESChannel 9639,000
7HOUSE RULES: HIGH STAKES Channel 7585,000
10THE SUNDAY PROJECT 7PMChannel 10420,000
1110 NEWS FIRST SUNDAYChannel 10329,000
12NINE NEWS: LATE EDITIONChannel 9329,000
14SEVEN NEWS AT 5Channel 7319,000
15SUNDAY AFTERNOON NRL LIVEGem, Channel 9301,000
16M- THE BLIND SIDEChannel 7290,000
17FBI: MOST WANTEDChannel 10284,000
18THE SUNDAY PROJECT 6.30PMChannel 10274,000
19WEEKEND SUNRISEChannel 7241,000

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