Last night’s ratings via TVByTheNumbers
The final results for The Voice averaged a 3.5 rating with adults 18-49. Its hard to make comparisons for the Wednesday 8pm show, particularly with last week’s show being impacted by the President’s address. It was up 0.2 from last Wednesday, but it was down 0.9 from Tuesday’s two hour performance show. Overall, The Voice was great news for NBC, but I expected a bit higher for the finale results show. For anyone interested, The Voice drew a 3.3 A18-49 rating for the first half hour and a 3.8 for the second.
America’s Got Talent was up 0.1 from last week to a 4.0 adults 18-49 rating, its best Wednesday 9p results since last September 15.
So You Think You Can Dance was down three-tenths from last week to a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating.
10.77 million viewers tuned into The Voice last night to watch Javier Colon take the crown at 8/7c pm. 13.30 million viewers tuned into America’s Got Talent at 9/8c pm. So You Think You Can Dance attracted 5.34 viewers. OUCH!
The Voice results are a little disappointing, but not surprising. The producers need to figure out how to put on an entertaining results show.
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