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'Dancing with the Stars' rises, 'Private Practice' hits series low

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CBS topped Tuesday night's viewership, while NBC won in the 18-49 demographic.

NBC's The Voice dropped from last week but still won the night in the adults demo with 4.1 (10.91m) at 8pm.

The Voice US S03E03: Blind Auditions

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ABC's 'Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars' Season 15, Episode 10 - team freestyle to 'Gangnam Style' - Gilles Marini and Peta Murgatroyd

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Go On also dipped slightly from its last original outing to 2.5 (6.41m) at 9pm, while The New Normal fell two tenths to 1.8 (4.49m) at 9.30pm. Parenthood fell a tenth to 1.9 (4.79m) at 10pm.

ABC's Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars climbed two tenths from last week to 2.2 (12.71m) at 8pm.

The premiere of Happy Endings scored a 1.9 rating (5.93m) at 9pm, higher than its last season finale, but much lower than its previous opener's 3.1 score.

Don't Trust The B---- in Apt 23 also returned, but suffered a large drop from last season's opener score of 2.9 and finale of 2.4 to 1.9 (4.28m) at 9.30pm.

Private Practice - which was recently confirmed to be ending after its current sixth season - dropped to a new series low of 1.4 (4.56m) at 10pm.

CBS's NCIS dropped two tenths to 3.2, but was easily the most watched show of the night with 17.35 million viewers at 8pm.

NCIS: Los Angeles fell three tenths to 2.7 (16.25m) at 9pm, while Vegas fell half a ratings point to 1.5, which is a new series low (10.72m).

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