Ratings: NBC’s “Blindspot” Season Finale Holds Steady In A18-49, Adds Viewers

Barring adjustments in the final report, the first season finale of NBC’s “Blindspot” will match the penultimate episode in adults 18-49. It will top last week’s episode in total viewership.

According to fast national data posted by Showbuzz, Sunday’s episode drew a 1.3 adults 18-49 rating and 6.03 million total viewers. Per final data, last week’s episode drew the same 1.3 rating but reached a lesser 5.27 million total audience members.

While “Blindspot” has cooled off from a live+same-day standpoint, it remains a competitive performer on Monday nights. It also tends to receive a huge lift from DVR viewership.

It will face a new challenge next season. After spending its inaugural season leading out of the popular (though slowing) “The Voice,” it will move to Wednesday nights at 8PM for season two.

— Monday’s “The Voice” performance finale drew a 1.9 adults 18-49 rating and 9.52 million viewers in the 8PM hour, which battled the “Dancing With The Stars” performance finale. It improved to a 2.0 with 10.59 million at 9PM.

Last week’s “The Voice” averaged a 2.1 and 9.52 million from 8-10PM.

Written by Brian Cantor

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