Ratings: SYTYCD Finale Is Up But Down, Voice Rises, Go On Steady, New Normal Dips

A crowd-pleasing So You Think Can Dance season finale on Tuesday night drew 4.6 million total viewers while scoring a 1.6 rating in the 18-49 demo. While those tallies represent week-to-week gains of 7 percent and one-month highs for the Fox competition, they are down at least 20 percent from the previous cycle’s coronation night.

Over on NBC, The Voice notched a second straight night of week-to-week growth, withits audience of 13.3 million and 4.5 rating marking bumps of 17 and 13 percent from last Tuesday. Leading out of that, Matthew Perry’s Go On was relatively steady with 9.3 mil/3.3, while The New Normal (6.2 mil/2.2) saw a 12 percent decline. Will TVLine’s prediction that the two comedies swap slots come true?

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Closing the night for NBC, Parenthood (5 mil/1.8) was down 8 and 5 percent from its premiere.

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COMING NEXT TUESDAY: CBS’ NCISes and Vegas, Fox’s Ben and Kate, New Girl and The Mindy Project, and ABC’s Dancing With the Stars results show and Private Practice launch their seasons.