Ratings: The Voice Falters But Still Posts Solid Numbers
Vicci Martinez, Carson Daly, Nikki Dawson
The Voice faltered somewhat but still posted solid numbers in prime time's final hour, pulling in 10.29 million viewers and more 18-to-49-year-olds than its two competitors combined.
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NBC's singing-talent show scored a 4.6 rating — down 19 percent from last week's 5.6 — among the advertiser-coveted demo Tuesday during the 10 o'clock hour. The Good Wife drew a 2.0 (11.59 million viewers), while Body of Proof snagged a 2.1 (10.30 million). Last week, The Voice finished first in total viewership.
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Prime time's first hour was won by NCIS on CBS (17.10 million viewers). Dancing with the Stars' recap hour pulled in 11.05 million people, followed by Glee (9.09 million), The Biggest Loser: Couples (6.34 million) and One Tree Hill (1.38 million).
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At 9/8c, Dancing's results hour lured 17.11 million people, while NCIS: Los Angeles got 14.75 million. Fox's Raising Hope drew 5.45 million viewers, and the CW's Hellcats attracted 1.38 million. At 9:30, Traffic Light — which Fox finally canceled — grabbed 3.26 million.