Ratings: Chicago Fire Heats Up, POI and S.H.I.E.L.D. Slip to Lows, Supe' Rises

Agents of SHIELD Glyphs Reveal

Chicago Fire’s igniting of NBC’s two-night, three-show crossover event drew 9.1 million total viewers and a 2.2 rating (per finals) on Tuesday night, marking a best-since-premiere audience and a 29 percent demo gain.

Opening the Peacock’s night, Night 2 of The Voice‘s playoffs did 11.4 mil and a 3.0, up a tenth week-to-week.


CBS | NCIS (17.5 mil/2.3) and NCIS: New Orleans (15 mil/2.0) each dropped three tenths in the demo, with the latter hitting a series low, while Person of Interest (9.1 mil/1.3) fell 23 percent in the demo, to its own all-time low.

FOX | MasterChef Junior (4.9 mil/1.8) was steady, but New Girl (3 mil/1.3) dropped three tenths and Mindy Project (2.5 mil/1.1) was down two.

ABC | Selfie (3.3 mil/0.9) dipped 10 percent in audience but held steady in the demo. Leading out of a Modern Family rerun (2.9 mil/0.9), Agents of SHIELD (4.3 mil/1.5) slipped two tenths to a series low. Forever capped ABC’s night with 4.2 mil/1.0, down 16 percent and a tenth (to a demo low).

THE CW | The Flash was steady with 3.5 mil and a 1.4, while Supernatural‘s 200th episode (2.2 mil/0.9) — which TVLine readers gave a grade of a high “A” — delivered a best-since-premiere audience and added a tenth in the demo.

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