The Nine Network’s hit reality singing contest, The Voice, regained the number one spot while reality cooking show MasterChef served up solid numbers for embattled Network Ten.
The Voice, which finished second last Monday for the first time this season, returned to the ratings penthouse after 1.886 million viewers tuned-in on Sunday.
The Nine Network reality singing show beat Nine News (1.401 million) and Seven News (1.344 million) on OzTAM’s overnight ratings.
The Seven Network’s renovation series House Rules, which beat The Voice last week, was fourth with 1.301 million viewers.
MasterChef is holding up extremely well in the face of tough competition from The Voice and House Rules.
The cooking show was eighth overall with 885,000 viewers and has been a regular top 10 placegetter this season.
It’s a big achievement for Ten after its reality shows The Biggest Loser and So You Think You Can Dance were crushed in the ratings earlier this year by My Kitchen Rules and The Block.