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Tuesday Final Ratings: 'The Voice,' 'Dancing With the Stars' & 'Hell's Kitchen' Adjusted Up; 'The New Normal', 'The Mindy Project' & 'Body of Proof' Adjusted Down

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April 3rd, 2013

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The Voice was adjusted up two tenths, Hell's Kitchen and Dancing with the Stars were each adjusted up one tenth, The 9PM episode of The New Normal was adjusted down two tenths,  The Mindy Project and Body Of Proof were each adjusted down one 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, April 2:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (Millions)
8:00 NBC The Voice (8-9:01PM) 4.5/14 13.93
FOX Hell's Kitchen 2.0/6 4.91
CBS NCIS - R 1.4/4 11.15
ABC Splash 1.4/4 5.75
CW Hart Of Dixie - R 0.3/1 0.69
9:00 ABC Dancing with the Stars (9-10:01PM) 2.3/6 13.98
NBC The New Normal (9-:9:31PM) 1.7/5 4.46
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles - R 1.6/4 10.16
FOX New Girl - R 1.3/4 2.59
CW Beauty And The Beast - R 0.2/1 0.67
9:30 NBC The New Normal (9:31-10:01PM) - Season Finale 1.4/4 3.39
FOX The Mindy Project 1.3/3 2.47
10:00 ABC Body Of Proof (10:01-11PM) 1.4/4 8.56
CBS Golden Boy 1.3/4 7.83
NBC Smash 0.9/2 2.98

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

 
  • thewatcher

    I told you last year and I will say it again BOP will be renewed and the Bear will go hungry. It has a built in audience of 61/2 million without a lead in. It is winning the 10 Tuesday time slot which is a tough slot. Last week it was number 14 in total viewership among all tv shows including cable and reality. It does well over seas and has an LA tax credit which makes it less expensive. The only other scripted ABC show doing close better is Castle and it was 13th last week. So those of you who think its getting cancelled just don’t understand how this really works. You may want to worry about Nashville.

  • omabin

    @Ultima,

    I think you haven’t noticed it, but in the previous schedule I have posted for NBC midseason I had moved Grimm to Tuesdays at 9. I think it should have returned there after its hiatus and be the lead-in for Hannibal. NBC Fridays are a mess right now, Grimm is on an island there, and the newsmagazines were actually somehow competitive there. Grimm would get a potential good boost for when it moved back to fridays next season and hannibal would have a good compatible lead in, boosted by the voice, and a timeslot with no competition (body of proof and golden boy are 100x times easier than elementary and scandal)

  • Ultima

    @rob60990
    Kinda off topic but according to deadline, USA has expressed interest in Happy Endings.

    Maybe it will get that post-Modern Family timeslot back after all! ;)

  • Gregg

    So reality shows all get adjusted up, while scripted shows get adjusted down.

  • PurpleDrazi

    …USA has expressed interest in Happy Endings.

    Oh Rob, don’t get my hopes up…

  • Challenger

    “Seriously? How does Whitney deserve a renewal? Honestly the only sitcom on NBC that deserves a renewal is Parks and Rec”

    There’s not an NBC sitcom this season that has done more despite the year-to-year drops to get its numbers than Whitney. You’re talking about a show that’s been in a bad timeslot all season long getting no help and basically rotting there. P&R has at least been in a comedy block with help from the 8pm comedy and The Office this season.

    “Also NBC doesn’t care if TNN gets a 1.7 or a 1.9. The fact of that matter is both TNN and Go On have no shot at staying above a 1.3 unless the Voice is on beforehand.”

    The real rating for TNN is the 1.3 it got at 9:30pm, anything out of The Voice can get high 1s but it really should be a 2.5 if NBC would stop wasting their time with trash shows on behind The Voice.

  • Samunto

    I think we might possibly see ABC swallow their pride and move DWTS to a new night. It’s obviously benefitting from not clashing with The Voice at 8pm. But let’s see if the new dating show will do well Tuesdays at 9.

  • MARTY

    we will see how the voice does next week. it will be against 2 of cbs’s biggest guns! ncis and the ncaa championship game!

  • Challenger

    @ thewatcher

    I agree I think BOP is good for a renewal its an older-skewing procedural but look at the viewership levels almost at 9 million that’s around what Grey’s and Scandal gets every week and even without DWtS it was getting 6-7 million and its been preventing Golden Boy from getting better numbers in that slot on CBS.

  • Steven

    Body of proof is an awesome show wish it could have stayed at1.5

  • Challenger

    “I think we might possibly see ABC swallow their pride and move DWTS to a new night. It’s obviously benefiting from not clashing with The Voice at 8pm. But let’s see if the new dating show will do well Tuesdays at 9.”

    I think ABC should move DWtS to Tuesdays from 9-11pm and maximize its numbers again and they could have the results show either on Wednesdays or on Thursdays in that cursed timeslot at 8pm.

  • zth

    On a positive note: stellar for The Voice. It’s the second week in a row in which it is adjusted up two tenths. Superb!

    On a negative note: WOW. Just wow. I’m not a ‘retentionist’, but the retention of The New Normal is one of the most TOXIC ones I’ve ever seen. Just a few words: get rid of that garbage. How can it lose nearly 3 rating points – almost 66% of The voice’s audience in less than half an hour? This is one of the most embarrassing ratings ever. It is even more embarrassing than Do No Harm’s 0.8 premiere. I’m pretty sure that if Do No Harm debuted after The Voice, it would have done better than this.
    Just cancel it immediately.

  • Melissa

    Any predictions on how The Voice will do in June when the regular season is over? It has the advantage of not facing big competition, but it has the disadvantage of airing in the summer where television viewing levels are lower.

  • zth

    @Melissa who said:
    Any predictions on how The Voice will do in June when the regular season is over? It has the advantage of not facing big competition, but it has the disadvantage of airing in the summer where television viewing levels are lower.

    I would say it will be down a bit, but not lower than mid to high 3s, even in June. And the finale should be in the high 4s again or even low 5s.

  • Nick

    Gordon Ramsay, once again coming to FOX’s rescue!

  • Ultima

    @Melissa
    Any predictions on how The Voice will do in June when the regular season is over? It has the advantage of not facing big competition

    The finale is currently scheduled against the potential game 6 of the NBA Finals! :)

  • Challenger

    “Any predictions on how The Voice will do in June when the regular season is over? It has the advantage of not facing big competition, but it has the disadvantage of airing in the summer where television viewing levels are lower.”

    That’s actually what I’m looking forward to seeing The Voice’s numbers going way up during the summer. That was a smart decision by NBC to start the other half of the season this late. I liked the first season of The Voice where it was with AGT and NBC totally obliterated the competition on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

    I think Idol should bleed into the summertime as well that might help them.

  • Melissa

    @Ultima

    The finale is currently scheduled against the potential game 6 of the NBA Finals! :-)

    Is that typically high rated? What are the chances it ends up not facing it?

  • CrimTV

    @Melissa

    The first season of The Voice ran into June, on the 14th June it scored a 4.6 and for the Finale on June 29 it earned a 3.7

  • Melissa

    @Melissa

    The first season of The Voice ran into June, on the 14th June it scored a 4.6 and for the Finale on June 29 it earned a 3.7

    I know, but how do you think it will fare this year?

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