The Voice, MasterChef, Lego Masters: Who wins in the rankings?

Seven, Nine, and Ten all launched a hot new season of their reality TV offering last night – so who came out victorious?

The Seven, Nine and Ten networks all launched new seasons of their tentpole reality TV offerings on Monday night – so who came out victorious?

The rankings for the night just published on TV Tonight reveal that Seven is the clear winner of the three, with a season premiere Voice attracted 843,000 spectators in the five metro capitals.

That’s ahead of Nine’s offering for the 7:30pm time slot, the family-friendly season premiere hosted by Hamish Blake lego masterwhich scored 672,000 viewers across five metros.

Ten Offer 19:30, premiere of Fans Vs. Favorite season of master chef, attracted 545,000 viewers across the five metro capitals.

The premiere result is more of good news for Seven, who is dramatically on the hunt Voice from rival network Nine in 2020. At the time, Nine had publicly insisted they weren’t worried about missing out on the long-running show, which they smell had become “by far the poorest financial player on our list” because of its “declining demographic profile.”

But buoyed by Olympic excellence, the first season of Seven Voice enjoyed great ratings last year, scoring 1.91 million viewers for the first episode on the new network.

Despite winning the ranking war last night, the 843k result is still a weak opening for Australian Voice, marks the first time in the show’s 10-season history that it opened to an audience of less than a million viewers across five metro capitals.

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Rank nine last night was a warm result for lego masterwhich debuted with an inaugural audience of 1.377 million viewers in 2019. In the third season of last year, that premiere dropped to 838,000 viewers.

And apart from drawcards from returning favorites like Julie Goodwin and Alvin Quah, last night’s turnout was the lowest result for MasterChef premiered, down from 670,000 viewers last year and far from the peak of the 2020 season, which drew 1.228 million viewers to the premiere amid curiosity about the judges’ new look.

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