‘The Voice’ dominates TV ratings

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Grey Advertising’s industry newsletter “Eye on the Media” reports the top 20 programs, in Canberra, April 22-18: 

1. THE VOICE – MON, WIN, 73,815

2. THE VOICE – SUN, WIN, 59,430

3. NATIONAL NEWS SUNDAY, WIN, 55,686

4. THE VOICE – TUE, WIN, 55,086

5. THE BLOCK – MON, WIN, 54,384

6. NEW TRICKS, ABC1, 44,338

7. WIN NEWS, WIN, 44,156

8. MEDIA WATCH, ABC1, 41,762

9. NATIONAL NEWS – WEEKDAYS, WIN, 40,603

10. BEACONSFIELD, WIN, 39,448

11.I CAN CHANGE YOUR MIND ABOUT CLIMATE, ABC1, 37,321

12. THE BLOCK – FRI, WIN, 37,010

13. AUSTRALIA’S GOT TALENT-WED, PRIME7, 35,287

14. THE BLOCK – TUE, WIN, 35,100

15. THE BLOCK – THU, WIN, 34,650

16. Q&A: THE CLIMATE DEBATE, ABC1, 34,359

17. BONES – WED, PRIME7, 34,207

18. TWO ON THE GREAT DIVIDE, ABC1, 33,871

19. THE BIG BANG THEORY, WIN, 33,675

20. MISS FISHER’S MURDER MYSTERIES, ABC1, 33,334

Source: Regional TAM, All people, Overnight data.

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