Ratings: S.H.I.E.L.D. Slips to New Low, Chicago Fire Hits a High, Victoria's Secret Tops Tuesday
ABC’s cliffhanger-filled Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this Tuesday slipped to a new series low, drawing 6.1 million total viewers and a 2.1 demo rating, per finals — down 12 percent opposite a fresh episode of NCIS.
Leading out of that, The Goldbergs‘ own fall finale did 4.8 mil and a 1.6, adding a few eyeballs and two tenths in the demo. Trophy Wife meanwhile held steady at 3.5 mil/1.2.
CBS’ aforementioned NCIS (19.3 mil/2.9) ticked down a tenth from its last fresh outing, while NCIS: LA (15.2 mil/2.4) was flat. The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show topped all of Tuesday in the demo with a 3.4 rating (down two tenths versus a year ago) while drawing its third largest audience ever (9.7 mil).
Over on NBC, The Biggest Loser (6.2 mil/1.9) shed two tenths, while The Voice (11.2/3.1) lowered three tenths. Chicago Fire capped the Peacock’s night with 9.3 million total viewers (a series high) and a 2.2 rating (dipping a tenth).
Fox’s presentation of the American Country Awards exactly matched last year’s 5.1 mil/1.4.