"The Voice" had its last round of blind auditions Monday and won the night with 14.3 million viewers and a rating of 4.5 in the key 18-to-49 demographic, according to early numbers from Nielsen. The demo rating was down about 4% from last week.
With all the judges' teams complete, the show moves to the first round of battles next week, after a recap of the blind auditions Tuesday.
Following the big "Voice" lead-in, "The Blacklist" was also strong. The
The new series has been picking up a lot of ground from delayed viewing via digital video recorders and video on demand. Last week's episode increased its total viewership by about 45% in the three days after the original telecast.
NBC was the highest-rated network of the night with a 4.1. One rating point equals about 1.3 million viewers.
In the hour before "Sleepy Hollow,"
"Hostages," a thriller starring Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott, slid 20% to a 1.2 and drew 5.14 million viewers.
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