The Voice tops MasterChef, Seven Year Switch reunion

Rachael Micallef
By Rachael Micallef | 24 May 2016

The Voice's final blind audition show topped MasterChef's 'Nigella Week' in the overnight OzTam ratings, while the Seven Year Switch reunion show failed to make the top 10 shows of the night.

Nine's The Voice was the most watched show of the night with 1.2 million metro viewers, while Ten's MasterChef was the seventh most watched show, following the news programs, with 919,000 viewers.

By demographic, MasterChef topped the 16-39 and 18-49 age brackets, while The Voice topped the 25-54 age bracket.

Seven's reunion episode of Seven Year Switch was the 11th most watched show of the night with 785,000 viewers.

Network Nine pulled ahead to win the night by a hair, with 27.9% audience share over Seven's 27.3% audience share.

Ten picked up 19.7% audience share followed by ABC on 18.2% and SBS on 6.9%.

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