Seven's renovation program House Rules pulled in an average metro audience of 1.18 million last night (Sunday) and won all key demos.
The show, in which teams compete to win the deed to a house by going through a series of reno projects, was ahead of both Nine's The Voice and Ten's MasterChef, as well as Nine News Sunday.
House Rules was the top ranked show in the three key demos, with city metro audiences of 292,000 for 16-39s, 467,000 for 18-49s and 540,000 of 25-54 year-olds.
Seven and Nine's main channels were neck-and-neck for Sunday's daily audience share at 22.4% and 22.3% respectively.
The Voice is still pulling in strong Sunday night figures, drawing in an average metro audience of 1.07 million, with a national peak audience of 1.9 million. The show found its biggest audience in 18-49s, gaining a city metro audience of 388,000.
Ten's MasterChef, which pulled in an average metro audience of 737,000, was the second most popular show in the 16-39 demographic, however dropped with older demos. The cooking show peaked nationally with 965,000 viewers.
Of the commercial networks, Seven had the greatest share of audiences with 39.5% of audience, Nine followed in second place with 35.2%, while Ten picked up 25.3% of viewers.
The most viewed shows of the whole week were Seven News followed by Nine News and The Voice.
Check out last week's snapshot from Channel Nine:
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