Ratings: Glee Ticks Up in Tuesday Homecoming, The Voice Lowers, CBS Dramas Drop

NCIS Los Angeles SpoilersCBS’ Tuesday drama line-up returned from its Olympics hiatus on the downside, with each show registering double-digit declines.

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NCIS opened the Eye’s night with 16.9 million total viewers and a 2.6 demo rating, down 13 and 16 percent from its last fresh outing. NCIS: LA (13.1 mil/2.2) dropped 20 and 21 percent, while Person of Interest (10.8 mil/1.7) fell 13 and 19 percent.

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NBC’s The Voice delivered 13 mil and a 3.7, down sharply from its Monday premiere (15.9 mil/4.7) and shy of its year-ago Night 2 numbers. About a Boy‘s unplanned pilot rerun did 8.3 mil/2.4, up two tenths from its Saturday, post-Olympics sneak peek, while Growing Up Fisher’s own encore (7 mil/2.0) ticked down a tenth from its Sunday bow. Chicago Fire was steady with 7.1 mil/1.8.

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Fox’s Glee reclaimed its Tuesday home with 2.9 mil and a 1.2, down in audience but up a tenth in the demo from its winter finale (3.3 mil/1.1). New Girl (2.8 mil/1.4) and B99 (2.6 mil/1.3) both ticked up a tenth while shedding a handful of viewers.

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ABC’s The Bachelor special thingy matched Monday’s 8.1 mil/2.4, while Mind Games‘ premiere (3.6 mil/1.1) — which TVLine readers gave an average grade of “C+” — was down and up from time slot predecessor Killer Women‘s debut (3.9 mil/0.9).

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The CW’s Originals (1.9 mil/0.8) ticked down a tenth, but Supernatural (2.4 mil/1.1) rose a tenth — both pending any NBA preemption-related adjustments.