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Tuesday Final Ratings: 'The Voice', 'NCIS', 'Hell's Kitchen',& 'Splash' 'Dancing with the Stars' Adjusted Up, 'The New Normal' 'Body of Proof' & 'Go On' Adjusted Down

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March 27th, 2013

shakira the voice week 1The Voice was adjusted up two tenths, NCIS, Hell's Kitchen, Splash and Dancing with the Stars were each adjusted up a tenth while Go On was adjusted down two tenths and The New Normal and Body Of Proof were each adjusted down a single  tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Tuesday broadcast ratings.

Want to know why adjustments occur to the preliminary ratings? Read this.

Broadcast primetime final ratings for Tuesday, March 26:

Time Net Show 18-49 rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM NBC The Voice 4.1 12 12.41
CBS NCIS 3.2 9 18.62
FOX Hell's Kitchen 2.0 6 4.68
ABC Splash 1.7 5 6.72
CW Here Comes Peter Cottontail -R 0.4 1 1.16
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9:00PM CBS NCIS: Los Angeles 2.6 7 14.53
ABC Dancing with the Stars 2.4 6 13.43
FOX New Girl 2.2 6 4.19
NBC Go On 1.9 5 5.12
CW Beauty And The Beast -R 0.2 0 0.64
9:30PM FOX The Mindy Project 1.5 4 2.62
NBC The New Normal 1.3 4 3.32
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10:00PM ABC Body Of Proof 1.6 5 9.59
CBS Golden Boy 1.4 4 8.07
NBC Smash 1.0 3 3.05

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Nielsen TV Ratings Data: ©2013 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

 
  • Jon

    Too bad about Golden Boy. I wonder if it would have faired better being a fall premier show.

  • jim

    What do we think Smash would have got if it had been DIRECTLY after The Voice?

  • Claire

    In my opinion Go On and The New Normal are more of a drama than they are of a comedy. If they get renewed, they seriously need a little bit of retooling. If TNN had been pure comedy (like Modern Family) I’m sure that it would have had a bigger chance to keep most of The Voice’s audience (if the series was aired after it). But it’s not that much of a comedy. And it aired after Go On. These little details didn’t help a great (or at least interesting) plot…

    PS. Where the heck is Ellen Barkin? Best actress and character on the show. First they kill the fun off their character, then they fire the actress? At least this is what gossip sites say. Thing is Ellen Barkin is nowhere to found in the last episodes not in the finale leaked photos. So I’m starting to believe it’s true. What the hell…

  • Flame

    @Casuals, who wrote on Page 3: “Matthew Perry needs to wise up and try to bring Friends back with Courteney Cox and create a spin-off.”

    -> Yeah, cause that worked so great with Matt Le Blanc and “Joey”, which started way closer to Friends.

  • Bob

    @k:Alex – There is no reason for Matt LaBlanc to try and save Matthew Perry’s sucky show. Matt is on Episodes which seems to be doing pretty well going on to it’s third season.

  • Bob

    When is The Voice going to get someone who is successful? American Idol has so many that are successful and still in the News. Heck even on Dancing with the Stars, you have Kelli Pickler still on TV and she is on Ellen all the time. You have American Idol folks winning Grammy’s, Oscars, Tony’s and other awards. The Voice? Nothing! Not even guest star on a soap opera like American Idols have. The Voice is barely hanging on it’s four season. It won’t be on it’s 12th Season like American Idol is. You guys act like The Voice is a success????? Lord, you folks have ZERO idea what a success is.

  • David Howell

    BoP is worth renewing for the low cost if and only if it’s limited to a DWTS leadin (which won’t help other shows as much anyway, save Castle).

    My fantasy ABC schedule has an all new Tuesday with SHIELD in the leadoff role at 8, but it has DWTS being confined to one run a year in the winter, with the Tuesday lineup switching to reality/DWTS/BoP or DWTS/Castle/BoP to allow for a serialized Tuesday lineup to run almost rerun-free either side of a long midseason hiatus. (Batchelor and Batchelorette take the fall and spring Mondays.) I think a smaller role would fit DWTS (as it did TBL), and it opens up a half season for BoP, which is probably about what it deserves. ABC really, really need a new procedural though, serials usually burn out too fast (just look at their Sundays!) and lack syndication prospects.

  • Riii

    Great for The Voice. Still up from the the last cycle and I think there is a good chance it will go up next week.

  • Oliver

    @Jon
    ABC aired promos calling Work It a “hit new comedy” after week 1.

    It was pulled after week 2.

  • bjssp

    @Ultima:

    That’s what I get for trying to rely solely on my memory!

    @Alex:

    All good points. I wouldn’t say it’s even close to being a done deal just yet. What’s needed is more of a sign it’s on the upswing. We may get that, but we also might not.

  • bjssp

    @Claire:

    Yeah, that’s part of the problem, too. They aren’t bad shows, but they aren’t purely comedies. Maybe they can be funnier with too many drastic changes, but that’s not clear.

    Again, this is just speculation based on what I’ve read, but NBC’s comedy pilots for next season seem to be purely comedic, or at least not like dramedies like the latter seasons of Sex and the City. That should help NBC find a break out hit.

  • Melissa

    @Bob

    When is The Voice going to get someone who is successful? American Idol has so many that are successful and still in the News. Heck even on Dancing with the Stars, you have Kelli Pickler still on TV and she is on Ellen all the time. You have American Idol folks winning Grammy’s, Oscars, Tony’s and other awards. The Voice? Nothing! Not even guest star on a soap opera like American Idols have. The Voice is barely hanging on it’s four season. It won’t be on it’s 12th Season like American Idol is. You guys act like The Voice is a success????? Lord, you folks have ZERO idea what a success is.

    Networks don’t care if their shows launch a star. They care if people watch the show to boost the ratings. The ratings for The Voice are high, so that is all NBC cares about.

  • Brian

    This ratings system is such a bunch of total BS!time for a change that is really accurate! Neilson needs to go!

  • BigBrotherFan

    Still not great given how many viewers you guys thought Shikira would draw in. It’s virtually the same. Where’s that HUGE bump she was supposed to provide? YEAH..Thought so!

    Go On terrible lost more than 50% of it’s lead-in and NBC can’t find an excuse to save THE NEW NORMAL at this point. There is no way!

  • bjssp

    @BigBrotherFan:

    Ever heard the motto of flat being the new up? While not impossible, in my opinion, to get new viewers, even in this day and age, it’s definitely harder. Then there’s the possible effect of DST. Would it have shocked you to find out The Voice had fallen some? It wouldn’t have shocked me. And yet, in the key demo, it’s actually…up since last fall. Granted, this is the first week, but up is up in general, and when you consider that a lot of shows drift down, relatively speaking, that’s pretty significant. No doubt NBC is thrilled right now.

  • Paul

    Who are all these mindless millions that are watching Splash? All these stupid reality shows give a new meaning to the term idiot box!

  • Claire

    To me it was clear that Splash would be “successful”. It has been in every other country, so why not in the US? TNN and Go On need some adjustments to draw more attention from the younger audience, but I’m sure they’ll get it fixed and renewed for a second season.

  • Ateofi

    Tuesdays 10 pm look radiculously bad :(

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