With two hours of "knockout rounds" -- which typically fare worse in the ratings than the preceding "battles" -- "The Voice" fell 15% in the advertiser-desired 18-49 demo to a 3.5, still making it the highest-rated telecast of the night, according to early numbers from Nielsen. "The Biggest Loser," the weight loss show now in its 15th cycle, drew a rating of 1.8, down 10% from last week.
NBC, which averaged 9.6 million viewers overall, garnered a 3.0 rating in 18-49, in which a ratings point equals roughly 1.3 million people, giving it another Tuesday win in the demo.
After a three-week absence, Fox's
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