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Tuesday Final Ratings: 'The Voice' and 'Go On' Adjusted Up

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September 19th, 2012

The Voice was adjusted up two tenths and Go On  was adjusted up one tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Tuesday broadcast ratings.

 

Broadcast primetime final ratings for Tuesday:

Time Net Show 18-49 rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 NBC The Voice 4.7/14 13.60
CBS NCIS - R 1.6/5 10.25
FOX So You Think You Can Dance (8-10PM) - Finale 1.6/5 4.71
ABC The Middle - R 1.0/3 3.96
CW Hart Of Dixie - R 0.3/1 0.64
8:30 ABC Last Man Standing - R 1.0/3 3.77
9:00 NBC Go On 3.4/9 9.28
ABC 20/20 (9-11PM) 1.6/4 7.48
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles -R (9-11PM) 1.5/4 8.09
CW The Next - R 0.2/1 0.58
9:30 NBC The New Normal 2.2/6 6.08
10:00 NBC Parenthood 1.8/5 4.98

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

 
  • CrimTV

    @Carm

    People have different opinions, just because you and another group of people doesn’t mean it should be cancelled when others really like it. For example, I don’t like NCIS or Person of Interest, but I don’t believe they will be cancelled anytime soon!

  • Ultima

    @Survivor Fan
    If The Voice can maintain 4.7 ratings, it should beat AI this year.

    If The Voice can maintain the ratings that the best performing part of the show gets throughout the entire season and other networks air repeats all season, it should beat AI this year.

    Fixed it for you.

  • Chuck Finley (AJ)

    The new normal spends far too much time throwing the word bigot around. It is just annoying to watch what amounts to another Ryan Murphy lecture on what he thinks America should be and labeling everyone who doesn’t agree with him a bigot. The result: cancelled.

  • Dan S

    Congrats to NBC for rebuilding there Tues lineup. It appears to falter though after GOON ends & NN begins. How did Parenthood get renewed again pulling these weak numbers with little competition ? It’ll be interesting to see how New Girl does against GOON next week.

  • Dan

    Amazing ratings for The Voice!!!

    @Brian

    LMAO looks like someone is bitter hahahaha. Cant wait to see the Flop Factors ratings this week.

  • Leondre

    Go On!

  • DryedMangoez

    Wow! That is amazing for The Voice and Go On!
    Not surprised about The New Normal. But I hope Parenthood can get back above 2.0 at least.

  • Steve-A

    Why hate on the Voice for improving its ratings by bringing up the X Factor. You think X factor is better? Great, but clearly most of the viewing public disagrees.

  • SJ

    I wasn’t actually predicting The Mindy Project and Emily Owens MD would get cancelled, just saying I wouldn’t mind if they did. ;) I’ve already checked out the other three new comedies on the night and might try Vegas… FWIW, I’ll give TMP a couple more episodes, mainly because I like Anna Camp, but I wasn’t impressed by the pilot.

    I’m guessing Go On will likely beat or tie New Girl, but at this point I’d be surprised if it outright lost to it. I don’t think either comedy will get a 3+ rating, though.

  • Alex

    @Ultima
    Doubtful. American Idol had huge declines last season and even with the Super Bowl, The Voice couldn’t beat it.

    It was incredibly close though. The Voice ended with a 6.12 average and American Idol ended with a 6.16 average. Looking at where Idol ended up last season its not difficult to imagine that that there’s potential for it to be a very close run battle between them again this season albeit with lower numbers. And as we’ve seen with X Factor big star names don’t automatically equal ratings so Idol’s new panel may not be the boost they want. A lot will obviously depend on how the rest of The Voice’s season shakes out and whether their new format points actually help create some stable numbers across the run or not. The Battle Round fixes seem to work on paper at least.

  • forg

    I also find Go On boring but it has its heartfelt moments that’s making me stay and there’s potential for improvements. And I just want Perry to have a show that will last for another season.

    I’m curious how The Voice and DWTS will battle it out this season

  • weirdfeline.tumblr.com

    NBC is gonna beat FOX this year.. I hope!

  • Alex

    @SJ
    FWIW, I’ll give TMP a couple more episodes, mainly because I like Anna Camp, but I wasn’t impressed by the pilot.

    Its not worth it. They don’t give her anything particularly worthwhile to do in the first few episodes at least.

    I still think The Mindy Project’s primary problem is twofold – firstly Mindy Kaling. I don’t think she’s a especially likeable or engaging lead. She’s not bad by any means but I can’t picture particularly large numbers of people tuning in for her over the long haul unless some major changes are made going forward. Secondly, a lot like New Girl last year, its a bit one note. So audiences might tune in for the first handful of episodes but unless they start rolling with some serious development of characters and the premise they’ll do what they did with New Girl and just drift away.

    On a Tuesday comedy note I have to confess that I’m pleasantly surprised by how much Go On is growing on me. I wasn’t immediately sold on the pilot and it remains somewhat flawed but they’re finding a solid groove pretty quickly. I also have my fingers crossed for Ben & Kate. I didn’t immediately dislike that and I think it has a huge amount of potential. Unfortunately I think it needs more than crossed fingers to get through the hand its been dealt.

  • Ultima

    @Alex
    It was incredibly close though. The Voice ended with a 6.12 average and American Idol ended with a 6.16 average.

    It was close with the Live+7 numbers, which also included the post-Super Bowl airing.

    Combining both nights, using Live+SD, American Idol had a 5.2, The Voice a 4.9 (which drops to a 4.6 when you excluded the Super Bowl airing).

    Looking at where Idol ended up last season its not difficult to imagine that that there’s potential for it to be a very close run battle between them again this season albeit with lower numbers

    Look at where The Voice ended up, too. Idol’s finale was a 6.4, The Voice’s was a 4.4. Even the non-finale numbers, Idol was up significantly by the end.

    The only reason it was close was because of the Super Bowl. NBC doesn’t have that this year.

  • Alex

    @Ultima
    But you’re assuming that Idol is going to have the start it had last year (it started above a 7 didn’t it?) and that seems rather unlikely at this stage to say the least. It seems much more likely that it’ll hover around the same level as The Voice is currently pulling for its audition shows. Maybe a little higher depending on what, if anything, the other nets throw against the opening episodes and whether Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj prove to be more successful than Britney Spears. There’s also the assumption that The Voice will trail off to the same degree it did last year and not just stay relatively stable this time around. What we’re seeing now could just be the core audience for the show.

    I’m not saying they will be locked in close but its very easy to see it happening.

  • Ultima

    @Alex
    But you’re assuming that Idol is going to have the start it had last year

    :roll:

    Do you want to have an actual discussion, or are you just happy to waste time by knocking down your own strawmen?

    The Voice is down more than 25% right now, in the fall. It’s very likely it will drop further during the next cycle, because that happens to virtually everything during the spring.

    American Idol could drop 30% year-to-year and still finish ahead of the fall cycle of The Voice and easily beat it during the spring.

    It’s not close.

  • Mark

    To people saying how The Voice is soon better than Idol….uhh what kind of ratings was Idol getting its fourth season? Oh yeah that’s right MUCH better than what The Voice is doing.

  • senor chang

    @Mark
    Yeah, I’m sure Gunsmoke’s second season was doing MUCH better than any of those crappy CBS dramas were doing in their second seasons, too.

  • Leondre

    The Voice!

  • The New Flop

    The New Flop!

    Maybe The New Flop will be NBC’s first cancelled show?

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