The biggest winners
Sunday is one big night on TV, with all the blockbuster hits fighting to woo viewers, writes
The Biggest Loser
Rules HE Biggest Loser: The Next Generation edged its way back into the most watched show.
The Channel 10 weight-loss series on Tuesday made its fourth Top 10 appearance since itsMarch 17 debut.
The series, which is based on breaking the generational cycle of obesity within a family unit, pulled 753,000 viewers to be ninth for the evening.
It has been a rollercoaster ratings ride for The Biggest Loser. The show’s biggest audience was 1.014 million on March 25 and its lowest figure was on March 19 – three days after it started – when 500,000 tuned in.
The Biggest Loser may struggle for consistency, but that’s not a problem for My Kitchen Rules which won the evening
The Voice with 1.9 million viewers. While the reality cooking show steams along, there’s about to be a reality check of a different kind for MKR and The Biggest Loser when Channel 9’s The Voice returns on Sunday.
MKR will go head-to-head with the singing talent show on Sunday. Most nights they will screen in competition.
Like its predecessor Masterchef: The
My Kitchen Professionals, The Biggest Loser is likely to suffer in the ratings.
The Voice won every night it screened in 2012 and kicks off with blind auditions on Sunday.
My Kitchen Rules: Sunday, 6.30pm; Mondays-Thursdays, 7.30pm, Seven, Prime7.
The Voice: Sunday, 6.30pm; Mondays-Wednesdays, 7pm, Nine, NBN.
The Biggest Loser: Sundays, 7.30pm; Mondays, Tuesdays, 7.30pm, Ten, Ten SC.
Darren Percival: Page 9.
judges Shannan Ponton, Commando Steve and Michelle Bridges; (inset, right) judge Joel Madden and (below)
hosts Manu Fieldel and Pete Evans.