Ratings: “NCIS” Ties “The Voice” For The First Time This Spring

Tuesday’s “The Voice” shared first place with the veteran CBS drama.

Wilmer Valderrama on NCIS [CBS]

For the first time this spring, a Tuesday edition of “The Voice” did not outright win the night among adults 18-49.

This week’s episode shared first-place honors with the season finale of CBS’ “NCIS.”

According to final data posted by Showbuzz, both shows drew 1.5 adults 18-49 ratings this week. “The Voice” averaged 8.65 million viewers, while “NCIS” drew 13.33 million.

CBS’ Tuesday also included “Bull” (1.3, 10.97 million) and “NCIS: New Orleans” (1.1, 9.22 million). NBC also aired two episodes of “Great News” (0.7/3.41 million, 0.6/2.57 million) and “Chicago Fire” (1.3, 6.30 million).

Written by Brian Cantor

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