"The Voice" sung its way to the top of TV ratings Wednesday night, elevating NBC to No. 1 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic and overall.
The singing competition was the most watched program with 10.6 million viewers, according to Nielsen. The show posted a rating of 2.5 in the key demo, tying for second with ABC's "Black-ish."
Also on NBC, a special crossover episode of "Law & Order: SVU" and "Chicago P.D." earned a rating of 2.4 in the key demo, up 50% from last week. It was the third most watched program overall with about 10 million viewers.
The crossover episode of "Chicago P.D.," which followed, averaged a rating of 2.2 in the key demo, up 57% from last week. About 9.4 million people tuned in.
Overall, the network earned a rating of 2.4 in the key demo and averaged 10 million viewers.
ABC's "Modern Family" was No. 1 most watched in the key demo but tied its season low with a rating of 3.1. The show was fourth most watched of the night with 9.8 million viewers.
"Black-ish" was down 7% from its Oct. 29 airing with a rating of 2.5 in the key demo. The sitcom averaged 7.9 million viewers.
CBS was second most watched overall with 8.8 million viewers. It posted a rating of 2.0 in the key demo.
"Criminal Minds" was the most watched program on CBS and second most watched overall with 10.1 million viewers. It was up 10% from last week with a rating of 2.3 in the key demo.
"Survivor," which averaged 9.4 million viewers, stayed even with last week with a rating of 2.3 in the key demo.
"Stalker" rounded out the top 10 most watched with about 7 million viewers. The show fell 7% from last week with a rating of 1.4 in the key demo.
On Fox, "Hell's Kitchen" was up 15% from last week in the key demo with a rating of 1.5. "Red Band Society" stayed even with a rating of 0.9 in the key demo.
The network averaged about 2.2 million viewers.
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