The Voice cracked the two million viewer mark for a second time this season to help the Nine Network claim the top three positions in Sunday’s TV ratings.
Season three of the reality singing show drew 2.033 million viewers – its second highest figure since its premiere on May 4, which drew 2.155 million viewers.
Nine’s 60 Minutes, featuring an interview with The Voice mentor Ricky Martin, was the second most watched program with 1.361 million people, followed by Nine News with 1.255 million.
A Place To Call Home for the Seven Network drew a much bigger audience following Season 2’s premiere. The Australian drama, starring Marta Dusseldorp, Bevan Lee, Noni Hazlehurst and Brett Climo, was watched by 1.092 million people compared to its premiere audience of 865,000.
The Seven Network’s reality show House Rules also did well at No.5 with 1.111 million.
Ten’s cooking reality show Masterchef Australia also fared well in the wake of The Voice. MasterChef was 10th with 847,000 viewers.