The Voice hits season low in the ratings but still beats MasterChef and Lego Masters – while The Project shows signs of winning back viewers

The Voice Australia hit a season low in Tuesday’s ratings, but it still managed to beat all rivals as the most watched entertainment program on the night.

The much-loved singing competition scored a strong 712,000 viewers in the metro areas for Channel Seven, easily ahead of Channel Nine’s best Lego Masters.

The second season of the brick building competition has been a consistent winner for the network and on Tuesday pulled in 654,000 viewers.

Winner: The Voice Australia hit a season low in Tuesday’s ratings, but it still managed to beat all rivals as the most watched entertainment program on the night. The much-loved singing competition scored a strong 712,000 viewers in the metro areas for Seven. Pictured: Judge Rita Ora

This is the best performance for the reality show so far this year, reports TV Blackbox.

Meanwhile, Seven’s The Chase Australia is doing well for the network in its early evening slot.

The quiz show managed 551,000 viewers in the metro ratings, a performance that Channel 10’s MasterChef could only envy.

The long-running cooking competition, a one time ratings blockbuster, could not break through the magic number of 500,000 viewers Tuesday, hitting a ceiling of 498,000 in the metro areas.

Building a strong audience: The second season of Lego Masters (pictured) has been a consistent winner for the Nine network and on Tuesday it pulled in 654,000 viewers

Building a strong audience: The second season of Lego Masters (pictured) has been a consistent winner for the Nine network and on Tuesday it pulled in 654,000 viewers

Meanwhile, The Project has been a long-term worry for Channel 10, losing a third of its audience since 2011, but the current affairs panel showed some improvement on Tuesday, delivering 419,000 viewers in its 7pm slot.

Home and Away’s ratings have been patchy over the last few weeks for Channel Seven, with the football season a factor in its results.

But Tuesday it brought in 485,000 viewers in the five major metro areas. 

Undercooked: MasterChef, once a blockbuste,r was a disappointment for Channel 10 Tuesday

Undercooked: MasterChef, once a blockbuste,r was a disappointment for Channel 10 Tuesday

Over on the ABC, 7.30 is proving a strong audience winner for the national broadcaster with 434,000 viewers in the metro ratings.

Overall Channel Seven won the night convincingly with an audience share of 31.4 per cent, followed by Channel Nine with 28.4 per cent.

Channel 10 continues to struggle, with just an 18.2 audience share.

The ABC finished in fourth place with a 13.5 per cent share.

Showing improvement: The Project has been a long-term worry for Channel 10, losing a third of its audience since 2011, but the current affairs panel showed some improvement on Tuesday, delivering 419,000 viewers in its 7pm slot

Showing improvement: The Project has been a long-term worry for Channel 10, losing a third of its audience since 2011, but the current affairs panel showed some improvement on Tuesday, delivering 419,000 viewers in its 7pm slot

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Originally posted 2022-04-27 06:03:09.