Primetime Ratings: 'NCIS' Duo Helps CBS Edge Out Competition for Tuesday

'Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution' returns solid on ABC, 'Body of Proof' rises

CBS won the Tuesday ratings battle with an overall 3.0
rating/8 share in the 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. NCIS rose 6% to a 3.8,
and the return of NCIS: Los Angeles
from last week's repeat earned a 3.3, down 6% from its last original. The Good Wife stayed flat from last week
at 2.0.

NBC came next with an overall 2.4/7. The two-hour Biggest Loser: Couples netted a 2.6,
down 4% from last week. Parenthood
saw a 5% increase to a 2.0.

ABC came in third with a 2.3/6. Following last week's finale of No Ordinary Family, the season premiere of Jamie Oliver's
Food Revolution
took over the 8 p.m. slot, earning a 1.5. The Dancing With the Stars results show was down 3% to a 3.0. New
series Body of Proof showed some
improvement after last week's 20% dip, and was up 4% to a 2.5.

Fox's only new show of the night, Traffic Light, remained steady at 0.9. The network earned an
overall 1.2/3.

The CW aired all repeats for a 0.3/1.