Ratings: The Voice and Revolution Rise Opposite Hoops-Fueled CBS, Carrie Diaries Inches Up

thevoiceratingsThe Voice is booming.

Three weeks into its latest season (its first with “replacement” judges Shakira and Usher), NBC’s smash singing competition attracted 13.7 million viewers and, marking a spring-cycle high, a 4.9 rating in adults 18-49.

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Those numbers are particularly impressive considering The Voice aired opposite  CBS’ coverage of the NCAA basketball championship game (which powered CBS to an overall Monday victory).

The Voice helped lead-out Revolution rebound from last week’s demo low (2.3 vs. 2.2).

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Meanwhile, The CW’s bubble drama Carrie Diaries finished out its rookie season with 1.1 million viewers, its most-watched episode in a month.

Over on Fox, The Following was flat and Bones aired a rerun.