Primetime Ratings: Return of 'Voice' Boosts Rest of NBC's Tuesday Lineup

'Splash' plummets from last week's debut

The return of The Voice helped boost NBC's Tuesday
comedies Go On and The New Normal to their best numbers in a few
months with adults 18-49, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. Go On
improved more than a full ratings point (110%) to a 2.1 while New Normal doubled its 0.7 rating from last week to a 1.4. Voice, meanwhile, drew a 3.9 rating, off a tenth from
the fall's Tuesday premiere. Smash was also up 43% week-to-week to a 1.0
rating at 10 p.m.

NBC finished in second place for the night with an overall
2.2 rating/6 share.

CBS took first with a 2.4/7. NCIS fell 3% to a 3.1,
while NCIS: Los Angeles declined 10% to a tie its season-low of 2.6. New
drama Golden Boy dropped 18% to a 1.4.

ABC and Fox tied for third in the demo with a 1.9/5, though
ABC had more overall viewers. The first Dancing With the Stars results
show of the season was down 26% from the first results show last spring, while Body
of Proof
improved 13% to a 1.7 and won the 10 p.m. hour. Earlier, Splash
fell 38% from last week's debut to a 1.6.

Fox's New Girl was down a tenth to a 2.2 while The
Mindy Project
declined 12% to a 1.5. Earlier, Hell's Kitchen fell a
tenth to a 1.9 rating.

The CW aired repeats.