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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
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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
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10:00PM CBS Golden Boy 1.5 4 7.89
ABC Body Of Proof 1.4 4 8.98

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

 
  • Gillian

    I’m surprised that HoD hung onto a 0.6 with those viewing figures – is that the second lowest total viewers of the year? Not that it matters. Always pleased to see this show just chugging along regardless of the fact it gets no promotion at all – I’m not sure it had anything apart from a few trailers despite a 5 week hiatus.

  • colt13

    Most people aren’t programming Saturday for NBC. With 30 Rock gone, I don’t think SNL gets the primetime Thursday special. So they may keep that 10 pm slot 1 or 2 weeks a month.

  • Ultima

    @Lance
    You do realize that RFL got over a 2 @9 PM then dropped like a stone every half hour after that

    You mean just like the previous shows did, except with slightly higher numbers. What’s your point?

    It won’t be there long, count on it.

    There’s only eight episodes. Again, what’s your point?

  • Nick

    @Ultima

    People do realize that Ready for Love had NBC’s best ratings in its timeslot since January, right?

    What are you talking about? Here are the preliminary half hour ratings for RFL:
    2.1 – 1.6 – 1.2 – 1.1
    (The first half hour is probably down quite a bit)

    So, the first half-hour probably tied with Go On, the second half-hour did a few tenths above TNN, and the 10 pm ratings were worse than the Smash premiere.

  • Networkman

    Ready for Love should be moved to Sunday @8pm. And then The Voice:Result show can take the 9pm timeslot on Tuesday followed by Hannibal at 10pm.

    These changes should happen ASAP

    Sunday
    7pm Dateline NBC
    8pm Ready for Love
    10pm Celebrity Apprentice

    Monday
    The Same

    Tuesday
    8pm Voice Recap
    9pm The Voice:Results Show
    10pm Hannibal

    Wednesday
    Same

    Thursday
    10pm Law & Order:SVU repeats

  • k:Alex

    @Alex.
    You are right, it’s only a few week, but this isn’t a normal lead in, this is a chance to make 2 new shows into a hit.
    We already know Chicago Fire is strong, but it could get a bigger audience and become slowly a replacing for SVU.
    Hannibal almost the same, the show is good to get a big audience, it only need a chance to get those viewers.

    Don’t switch the Thursday, but Tuesday’s are verry important for NBC.

    @Michael
    Of course, The Voice Kids.

  • Melissa

    @karin

    So grey anatomy beats NCIS at last

    Grey’s Anatomy has beaten NCIS dozens of times.

  • Lance

    Ultima is totally clueless. NBC is not going to waste such a coveted timeslot on a show D.O.A. 8 episodes or no. They would be even better off showing encore episodes of series that actually have a future (Revoluion, Hannibal, Grimm) than throw away their best lead-out for something that stands absolutely no chance for renewal.

  • Melissa

    @Lance

    Ultima is totally clueless.

    :roll: Ultima is one of the few commenters whose posts are actually logical.

  • Ultima

    @Nick
    What are you talking about?

    NBC preliminary ratings, Tuesday 9-11pm

    9 April – 2.1, 1.6, 1.3, 1.2 (Ready for Love)

    2 April – 1.9, 1.4, 1.0, 0.9 (TNN, TNN, Smash)

    26 March – 2.1, 1.4, 1.1, 0.9 (Go On, TNN, Smash)

    5 February – 1.3, 1.1, 1.1, 1.0 (Smash premiere)

    Maybe the final numbers for the first half hour were below Go On’s 1.9 (anyone have them?), but otherwise, those are timeslot highs since January.

  • K

    You do realize part of the reason Ready for Love bombed is that it’s producer, Eva Longoria, could not keep a man, so how believable would the show be to these folks hooking up and staying together.

    Plus, there is the Bachelor/Bachelorette series, which is all the match making shows one needs.

  • SecretShame

    @Gillian

    That’s an interesting point about the very low level of promotion the CW put behind HOD. Earlier on in its run I’d have assumed that it indicated a certain lack of confidence in the show. But at this stage it seems more likely that the CW just figure that no matter what they do or don’t do it gets the same ratings every episode, so why spend money when the result will be the same anyway.

  • Lance

    … TNN, GO and SMASH barely below RFL WITH VOICE as a lead-out as oppose to NO VOICE @ all! There really is no comparison. Expect the announcement from NBC tommorow unless they decide to waste another Tuesday night before they make their move.

  • Ultima

    @Lance
    Expect the announcement from NBC tommorow

    Why would NBC pull a show that just hit multi-month highs in its timeslot?

  • Alex

    @k:Alex
    It would be utter madness for NBC to move either of Chicago Fire or Hannibal to Tuesday nights with just a few weeks left in the season. But even if they were to do that it would then leave Wednesday and Thursday at 10PM empty which would dent both nights neither of which can afford to take the hit. So not only have they randomly moved two new shows to a new night with just a couple of weeks left of the season but they’ve also damaged Wednesday and Thursday night as well. For better or worse NBC is stuck with Ready for Love. They have really have no other real options going forward.

  • Alex

    @Lance
    Ultima is totally clueless. NBC is not going to waste such a coveted timeslot on a show D.O.A. 8 episodes or no. They would be even better off showing encore episodes of series that actually have a future (Revoluion, Hannibal, Grimm) than throw away their best lead-out for something that stands absolutely no chance for renewal.

    You’re suggesting NBC air repeats out of The Voice on Tuesday night for the rest of the season and Ultima is the clueless one?

    Expect the announcement from NBC tommorow unless they decide to waste another Tuesday night before they make their move.

    What move? I’ve yet to see a single person present a viable ‘get rid of Ready for Love’ option.

  • Alex

    @Ultima
    Why would NBC pull a show that just hit multi-month highs in its timeslot?

    True but the half hours don’t paint the prettiest of pictures for NBC going forward. I can’t see a situation where they can pull the show but it also seems incredibly likely that they’re going to have some ugly Tuesday ratings over the next 7 weeks… assuming they don’t cut the episode order or just quietly pull it at the end of the season.

    True but the half hours don’t paint the prettiest of pictures for NBC going forward. I can’t see a situation where they can pull the show but it also seems incredibly likely that they’re going to have some ugly Tuesday ratings over the next 7 weeks… assuming they don’t cut the episode order or just quietly pull it at the end of the season.

    I wonder if they might be able to bring forward the return of America’s Got Talent? Maybe bring that forward to the end of May although that screws over a lot of their summer schedule I expect. Although its scheduled for June 4 so it wouldn’t be a huge shift…

  • Oliver

    @Ultima

    I don’t think they will pull Ready For Love, largely because it’s so near to the end of the season, but I think you’re making a ridiculous argument. They moved Smash to Saturday and pretty much burnt-off episodes of Goon and The New Normal, so doing marginally better than other megabombs isn’t saying much.

    And this was a heavily promoted series premiere. Its ratings are likely to get worse. If it starts doing worse than SVU repeats would then it might spur them into action.

  • Bitter Ringer Fan

    Ready for Love? more like Ready to Flop!!!! XD

  • Oliver

    @Alex

    What move? I’ve yet to see a single person present a viable ‘get rid of Ready for Love’ option.

    Double episodes of Save Me followed by SVU repeats.

    I don’t think they will do it, but it’s definitely a viable option.

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