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'Voice' fans give NBC a Tuesday win

Anticipation for tonight’s first season finale of The Voice gave NBC a win on Tuesday. The singing competition earned a 4.3 rating/12 share in adults 18-49 and ruled the night in the demo and viewers (12.5 million), according to early results. The Voice, in fact, dominated most of the key demographics, like kids, men and women 35-54 (6.7/15).

America’s Got Talent posted a 3.2/10 and averaged 12 million. Overall, NBC averaged a 3.9/12 in adults and 12.3 million viewers.

Other highlights from Tuesday: ABC’s Wipeout posted a 1.8/6 and 5.5 million viewers while 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show earned a 1.8/5 and 5.3 million. Combat Hospital earned a 1.1/3, down 8 percent from last week’s premiere, and 4.6 million eyeballs. (What is that show again? You watching?)

CBS aired repeats. Fox aired an original MasterChef (1.7/6, 4.2 million).

Read more:
‘The Voice’ recap: And Then There Were Two
‘The Voice’: What you didn’t see on TV

        

Originally posted June 29 2011 — 12:18 PM EDT

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