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Tuesday Final Ratings: 'Voice', 'Glee', 'DWTS' + 'NCIS' Adjusted Up; 'LA Complex', + 'Private Practice' Adjusted Down

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May 9th, 2012

The Voice, Glee, Dancing with the Stars and NCIS were each adjusted up a tenth among adults 18-49 ratings, while The LA Complex and Private Practice were adjusted down versus Tuesday's preliminary ratings.

Broadcast primetime final ratings for Tuesday:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM CBS NCIS 3.1 10 18.200
FOX Glee 2.7 8 6.670
ABC Last Man Standing 1.7 5 6.620
NBC Fashion Star 1.3 4 4.300
CW 90210 0.6 2 1.150
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8:30PM ABC Cougar Town 1.5 4 4.630
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9:00PM NBC The Voice: Results (9-11) 4.4 11 11.900
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles 3.0 8 14.560
FOX New Girl 2.8 7 5.610
ABC Dancing with the Stars: Results 2.4 6 13.710
CW The LA Complex 0.2 1 0.540
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9:30PM FOX New Girl -R 1.5 4 3.260
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10:00PM CBS Unforgettable 2.0 5 10.840
ABC Private Practice 1.4 4 5.770

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Nielsen TV Ratings Data: ©2012 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

 
  • HotLatino4GayMarriage

    LiLo is guest-starring next week on Glee? I’ll definitely be watching, the ratings are gonna be thru the roof!

  • HotLatino4GayMarriage

    The End
    Posted May 9, 2012 at 2:10 PM
    @Kate

    Pretty sure Ringer hit a 0.2 with one of its repeats before.

    A repeat of Hart of Dixie got a 0.1 .

  • Jenny

    @ SarahL “TheCW is the anti-King Midas. Everything it touches turns to mud. @Ultima This is the first full development cycle since Comcast bought NBC Universal. I’m not sure how you expect them to turn the network around without even giving them a chance.
    Exactly. I fully expect Comcast to turn NBC around over the next 3 to 5 years.”

    Actually if the NBC executives do not turn it around by this time next year, they will all be fired; they are close to being fired right now. Comcast is a business, and like all business they are in it to make money. During an Analyst call the Comcast executives apologized for the current condition of NBC and promised they would do whatever is necessary to fix it quickly. They got into specifics about poor decisions: about how much money (a huge amount of money) was spent on Smash and the poor results. The stockholders are not happy, and like any business if the stockholders are not happy if things do not drastically improve in a year, the executives get fired.

  • Jenny

    on a lighter note:

    http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2012/05/09/britney-spears-officially-joins-the-x-factor-judges-table/133222/

    Britney Spears Officially Joins Judges’ Table
    Written By Amanda Kondolojy
    “May 9th, 2012 E! News is reporting that after months of negotiations, the Britney Spears has finally signed her contract to join Simon Cowell and L.A. Reid as a judge on The X Factor. She will earn $15 Million for one season’s worth of work.”

    It is on.
    The Voice vs. The X Factor
    Britney Spears vs. Christina Aguilera
    NBC vs. Fox
    And how will this effect American Idol and Americas Got Talent?

    What are everyone’s picks and opinions?

  • SarahL

    @Jenny

    Uh? That was my point about Comcast stated concisely.

  • MattM

    Great number for the New Girl finale. I think it tied Family Guy finally.

    Funny how Glee and New Girl help each other out. I bet Glee is down next week without the NG bump!

  • Jenny

    @ SarahL

    Yes , I was just trying to point out that the current the executives have only a year to do it or be fired, in responce to: @Ultima “This is the first full development cycle since Comcast bought NBC Universal. I’m not sure how you expect them to turn the network around without even giving them a chance.”

  • Jenny

    Beep Beep,Beep Beep, BEEP BEEP

    New Girl is LOL funny

  • Ultima

    @Jenny
    Actually if the NBC executives do not turn it around by this time next year, they will all be fired

    Do you have a source for that? NBC is a long term turnaround project for Comcast and they expect it to take three to five years. Sure, Smash wasn’t a smash hit, but you’re going to have bumps in the road. Overall though, Comcast is doing well – it’s up 29% since the start of the broadcast season, mainly because their primary reason for buying NBC Universal was the cable networks, not NBC itself.

  • Petar

    @Jenny

    NOT here idiot. You have all new page go there and comment with the kids!

    To the point! This year is best NBC year from a lot time i guess! They are 9% UP! But no SB next year. They must try to be at least 1-2% up nexy season and may pass ABC even. The biggest disappointment was smash. So much money and promos and waste the voice lead-in! And now will be dead if go without the voice if stay with the voice will be even worse! This eas only bad decision from new NBC boss.

  • Jenny

    @ Petar

    You don’t understand how buisnesses work, and I am not about to explain it too you.
    Listen to the Comcast Analsts calls.

  • Jenny

    @ Petar @ Ultima

    You don’t understand how buisnesses work, and I am not about to explain it too you.
    Listen to the Comcast Analyst calls.

  • Ultima

    @Jenny
    You don’t understand how buisnesses work, and I am not about to explain it too you.

    In other words, you don’t have an actual response.

  • Holly

    I think this all may depend on what we mean by “turning things around.”

    If NBC isn’t in second place in the demo next year, I seriously doubt everyone will be fired.

    However, there does need to be some positive movement. If by the end of next year NBC has at least 2-3 solid new shows and isn’t in a position where they have to air abysmally rated shows to fill time, I think that is sufficient to get them another year.

  • SarahL

    If Comcast thought that cleaning house at NBC was the quick fix, then a whole lot of people would have followed Zucker out the door.

  • http://tvbythenumbers.com Bill Gorman

    “Actually if the NBC executives do not turn it around by this time next year, they will all be fired; they are close to being fired right now.

    Nonsense highlighted for emphasis.

    As others have noted, the folks Comcast put into NBC were too late to have any input into choosing this season’s shows, at most they had some scheduling flexibility during the season.

    I can see firing the Comcast installed folks after *next* season’s results, because they will have control of everything that went into it, but the idea that the new folks are close to being fired now is complete nonsense, unless the Comcast overlords are insane, and their other behavior doesn’t indicate that.

  • Bee

    OMG PP. i will do voodoo magic to curse NBC and the voice if it gets cancelled. and cry. cry a lot. but it’ll be the biggest bulls— ever if it does get axed. after a whole season of good ratings, the show has even proven itself in the new timeslot with the good numbers from the past 2 weeks. the voice finale did it in this week so ABC better not cancel it.

    this week is like the opposite of last week or the week before where everything went down and PP was like the only bright spot/positive news. a drop would be fine, but 1.4!? DAMN IT. and how is PP the single show affected by the voice!? ugh. i’ll take a 10 episode mid-season saturday order at this point. and yes, ABC should start fearing for revenge’s finale now. it’ll be getting like a 1.3-1.5 for the first half hour thanks to idol’s 7 min overrun.

  • Ultima

    @SarahL
    If Comcast thought that cleaning house at NBC was the quick fix, then a whole lot of people would have followed Zucker out the door.

    You clearly didn’t just get a C in your freshman Business 101 course, so you have no idea what you’re talking about. I would explain it to you, but then people would know that I have no idea what I’m talking about. ;)

  • jassica

    good for the voice i think if they will change the time of this show it will do better

    also brintey vs. xtina is a funny thing

  • Rebecca

    NG was pretty good, as was CT. Didn’t watch Glee yet but caught LMS.

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