In fact, Parenthood‘s 2.0 demo rating marks the drama’s best performance since Nov. 29, 2011. In total viewers (5 mil), P’hood was up 12 percent.
The Voice opened the Peacock’s night with 12 million total viewers and a 4.4 rating, up 41 and 47 percent and hitting a three-week Tuesday demo high. Leading out of that, Go On (7 mil/2.8) saw a 20 and 33 percent bump, and The New Normal (5 mil/2.0) rose 11 and 18 percent.
UPDATE: NBC notes that this is the first time the network has won three consecutive in-season nights with regularly scheduled programming since November 2003.
Over on CBS, NCIS (18.1 mil/3.3) fell 11 percent in the demo, NCIS: LA (15.1 mil/2.9) saw an uptick in viewers but slipped two tenths in the demo and Vegas Episode 3 drew 11.8 mil and a 2.0, holding steady week-to-week.
Turning to Fox, Raising Hope (4.1 mil/1.8) inched up a few percentage points from its season opener, Ben and Kate (3.3 mil/1.5) and New Girl (5 mil/2.7) both slipped a tenth, and The Mindy Project held steady at 3.7 mil/1.9.
ABC’s Dancing With the Stars results show (13.2 mil/2.1) this week added a few viewers, while Private Practice was flat at 6 mil/1.6).
The CW’s Hart of Dixie (1.2 mil/0.4) dropped 24 and 43 percent from its season opener, then a presentation of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog drew 567,000 viewers and a 0.2 rating.
Coming next Tuesday: Presidential Debate No. 2, The CW’s Emily Owens, M.D. debuts, Covert Affairs returns and Flashpoint launches its final season (Stateside, via ION).
What were you tuned into this Tuesday night?