Tuesday Final Ratings: 'The Voice', 'NCIS', 'Hell's Kitchen', 'NCIS:LA' & 'Dancing With the Stars' Adjusted Up; 'Ready for Love' Adjusted Down

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April 10th, 2013

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The Voice was adjusted up two tenths, Hell's Kitchen,NCIS, NCIS:LA and Dancing With the Stars were each adjusted up one tenth while  Ready for Love was 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 9:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM NBC The Voice 4.4 13 13.31
CBS NCIS 2.7 8 17.22
FOX Hell's Kitchen 1.9 6 4.53
ABC Splash 1.2 4 5.24
CW Hart of Dixie 0.6 2 1.20
9:00PM CBS NCIS: Los Angeles 2.7 7 14.10
FOX New Girl 2.2 6 4.09
ABC Dancing With the Stars 2.0 5 12.13
NBC Ready for Love (9-11PM) 1.5 4 3.67
CW America's Next Top Model -R 0.2 1 0.56
9:30PM FOX The Mindy Project 1.5 4 2.66
10:00PM CBS Golden Boy 1.5 4 7.89
ABC Body of Proof 1.4 4 8.98


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

  • Alex

    So to be clear you want them to move

    -Chicago Fire (new day and time)
    -Hannibal (new day)
    -Go On (again)
    -Parks & Rec

    And you’re not even pulling Ready for Love from the schedule just moving it to Sunday? That doesn’t even take into account the random Wednesday 10PM repeat of Parenthood or that you’ve got an SVU rerun at 8PM on Friday.

    At this point I think if NBC is going to consider pulling Ready for Love there only real option is to stick repeats on Tuesday night. Maybe a repeat of Hannibal at 10PM and repeats of Chicago Fire at 9PM in the hope of exposing two new dramas to a new audience. But at the same time that feels like a massive waste of The Voice lead-in. I can’t however see how they’d justify moving Chicago Fire or Hannibal to new slots for originals at this point. That’s just crazy. What, if anything, does NBC have on the bench for summer? Maybe they could bring something forward…

  • a p garcia

    I think this is the first time NCIS and NCISLA tied. I am not to much of a fan of NCISLA because only about 1/3 the time the show deals with the NAVY. Ready for Love is in trouble with such a lead in. Glad about NG.

  • Fred


    Do you hate Revolution that much? I know its not a big hit anymore, but it has been garnering over a 2.0 every week. That’s very good for a 10:00 program. NBC should bring it back in the Fall.

  • Alex

    Yeah, they can’t keep Ready for Love in that timeslot. 10 million viewers tuned out. That’s incredible.

    But they don’t have anything to replace it with. And I especially can’t see why they’d want to start shuffling different shows (particularly first season shows) around the schedule during the final weeks of the season. That’s just a recipe for disaster. Maybe they can swap it with Celebrity Apprentice but is that really like to see any uplift on Tuesday at this point? And that would still leave Ready to Love pulling terrible numbers on Sunday and probably much worse than it would do without The Voice.

    NBC took a gamble with Ready For Love. It hasn’t paid off and now I suspect they’re stuck with it unless they have something in storage for the summer they can bring forward.

  • Gabe


    Yeah, they can’t keep Ready for Love in that timeslot. 10 million viewers tuned out. That’s incredible.

    But they don’t have anything to replace it with.”

    Yes, they do. More repeats of The Voice. Clearly, they don’t have enough already.

  • Michael

    I thought some people were saying Giuliana Rancic fan-base were going to watch it?

  • Oliver

    Ready for Love is a bomb, but I can’t see them pulling it. They have no replacements and they aren’t going to shuffle half their schedule in April. Besides, it only runs for ~6 weeks or so.

    Perhaps reduce it to an hour and try Save Me at 9?

  • Petar Ivanov

    So story that lead in making hit shows is over. (althou were over with Idol, TBBT and MF which all make zero hit shows. May be Idol only fringe and house)

    ps I think ready for love will be better on sunday than tuesday. Think will has the same rating.

  • John A

    I often wonder how HOD would do behind TVD. It Couldnt do any worse than BATB.

  • Michael

    DEADLINE report:

    The Voice spinoff in the works!

  • Dan S

    @James, regarding your fantasy schedule where the heck is Revolution ? You do know that show will be back. While I enjoyed Hannibal & hope it does return I wouldn’t expect it on the fall schedule. Also as a very mature violent show Wed at 8p would be the last place it should move to. It would either stay on Thur or possibly go to Fri & stay at 10pm.

  • karin

    So grey anatomy beats NCIS at last

  • BenA

    This is the way I would do the schedule
    Mondays are fine

    8:00 The Voice results
    9:00 Chicago Fire
    10:00 Fashion Star

    8:00 Ready for Love
    10:00 Law and Order: SVU

    8-10 is fine
    10:00 Rock Center with Brian Williams

    8:00 Dateline NBC
    9:00 Grimm
    10:00 Hannibal

    7:00 Dateline NBC
    9:00 Celebrity Apprentice

  • Fred

    What NBC should do ASAP:


    Leave it alone.


    VOICE-2 hours




    Voice-Easy to pad this type of show. Show clips of Mon and Tuesday. Have the judges banter about it . Special guest performances from big stars and old contestants.
    Chicago Fire-10:00


    Voice-8:00- Same as Wednesday edition. More guests and banter.
    Whatever 4 sitcoms they need to air in the 2 hour block
    9-11. Might do a little better with the expanded Voice Thursday edition.


    Anything but the low rated Rock Center- 10:00

    With this schedule, at least NBC might have chance to get out of 3rd place in the 18-49 demo. But it has to worked on asap.

  • Meliwa

    @Michael–oh don’t you know it! You have to wonder when he turns on the TV with his remote he hears ka-ching! in his head every time. And to think that dude sold t-shirts at Venice Beach while coming up with his evil plans for world dominance.

  • Jacob

    I can’t see NBC putting the show off the air since everything has been made and such, they might move it into a less popular timeslot. I think the mass advertising turned people off alot

  • Fred

    NBC will be in far better shape next season because of the Olympics. Hope NBC can utilize it to promote new and old scripted shows especially sitcoms. NBC is very weak with comedies. They need at least 1 highly rated sitcom to help out some weaker ones.

  • Petar Ivanov

    If Ready to Love is 1.5 is lock for renewel. And i think will make the same ratings on sunday with TA. Its reality so is cheaper to prodice than these sitcoms.

    ps People(ok young people) are tired with NCIS as i said a long time ago. Spin off will bomp hard as CM spin off. This season NCIS is lock for #1 show but next season doubt that will hold even #2 spot.

  • BenA

    @Petar Ivanov

    1.5 is good for NBC but not good if it’s aired after a program that earned over a 4.0+. Yes, it’s tied with Grimm, but RFL only got a 1.5 due to the Voice (only retained 34% of its lead-in) while Grimm beat its lead in (Fashion Star) by 250%.

  • MichaelChickless

    Bombsville for RFL! Just as I predicted!

    Good to see the NCIS twins up from the preliminaries, even if only a tenth.

    HOD holding up, as is New Girl.

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