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Tuesday ratings: 'The Voice' even, 'Parenthood' up, 'NCIS' down

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NBC topped Tuesday night's 18-49 demographic ratings, while CBS won the most viewers.

The peacock network's The Voice was even with last week's 3.5 18-49 score, and was watched by 11.31 million viewers from 8pm.

Monica Potter in 'Parenthood'

© Rex Features / NBC

The Voice Season 3 semi-finals live

© NBC Universal / Tyler Golden



Take It All rose 5% from Monday night's premiere episode to 2.3 (7.35m) at 9pm, while Parenthood climbed to equal a season high score of 2.0 (5.71m) at 10pm.

CBS's NCIS dropped 22% from its last episode to 2.8, but was easily the most watched show with 17.51 million at 8pm.

NCIS: Los Angeles dipped three tenths to 2.6 (14.97m) at 9pm. Vegas was down 6% to 1.5 (10.28m) at 10pm.

ABC's broadcast of Santa Claus is Comin' To Town plunged 23% from last December to 1.7 (5.64m) at 8pm.

Happy Endings matched last week's 1.3 (3.28m) at 9pm, while Don't Trust The B---- in Apt 23 fell 17% to 1.0 (2.51m) at 9.30pm. Private Practice was even with last week's 1.2 (3.77m) at 10pm.

Fox's Raising Hope was up 21% to 1.7 (4.03m) at 8pm. New Girl matched last week's score of 2.0 (4.24m) at 9pm, while The Mindy Project was up 8% to 1.4 (3.03m) at 9.30pm.

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