NBC’s ‘The Voice’ & ‘America’s Got Talent’ Powers Night To Ratings Win

Written by Michael Lambarde on Jun. 15, 2011

NBC was the network to beat in the release of the final broadcast ratings for Tuesday, June 14, 2011. With its three-hour block of America’s Got Talent at 8PM and The Voice from 9-11PM, the peacock garnered 12.42 million viewers and an impressive 4.2 rating among the coveted adults 18-49 demographic that advertisers are always trying to attract. America’s Got Talent (12.59 million viewers, 3.5 demo) did better among total viewers, but The Voice increased 24% from its lead-in, drawing 12.33 million viewers and a 4.6 demo.

FOX, was second among adults 18-49 (1.5) and third overall in total viewers (3.56 million). The network aired an original MasterChef at 8PM, drawing 4.38 million viewers and a 1.9 demo. Two repeats of comedy Raising Hope averaged 2.75 million viewers and a 1.1 demo at 9PM.

CBS (7.42 million viewers, 1.1 demo) aired an all-rurn line-up of NCIS (9.02 million, 1.3), NCIS: Los Angeles (8.11 million, 1.3), and The Good Wife (5.12 million, 0.8).

ABC was fourth in all demographics (3.61 million, 0.8) with a repeat line-up of Wipeout (3.53 million, 1.0), Body of Proof (3.22 million, 0.7), and another rerun of Body of Proof (4.08 million, 0.8).

The CW aired reruns of One Tree Hill (750,000 viewers, 0.2) and Hellcats (660,00 viewers, 0.2).

Source: Nielson Media Research


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