On the second to last night before the end of the November sweeps, it was a bit of a rollar coaster on TV on Tuesday. Fox’s The Mindy Project (1.3/4) took a 19% dive from last week, falling to a new series low. On NBC, The Voice’s (3.3/10) live results show was down 15% from last week. Matthew Perry’s Go On (2.2/6) was flat with last week. At 9:30 PM, The New Normal (1.6/4) was down 11% from last week. That’s series low for the new Ryan Murphy show. Following The New Normal was Parenthood (1.6/5), which was also down.  The comedy/drama fell 16% from last week, which is a tie for Parenthood’s lowest ever rating. Fox’s Raising Hope (1.5/5) was down one-tenth from last week. Newbie Ben and Kate (1.1/3) was flat with last week, which is a tie for its series low and New Girl (2.0/5) tumbled 9% from its November 13th show.

ABC’s Dancing With The Stars’ (1.9/6) live results show was even with last week. Happy Endings (1.2/3) however was down. The single camera comedy fell 8% from last week to hit a series low. It wasn’t better for Don’t Trust The B- In Apt. 23 (0.9/3). Down 18% from last week, the ABC sophomore also hit a new series low. The soon to be ending Private Practice (1.2/3) broke its downward run. The medical drama was up 9%from last week’s series low. On CBS, NCIS (3.0/9) was down 3% for its lowest fall rating since December 16, 2003.  NCIS: Los Angeles (2.8/8) was flat from last week. That’s a season low for the procedural original and a tie for a season low for the West Coast spin-off. Vegas (1.8/5) had a good run at the ratings table. The Sin City drama was up 13% from last week.  On the CW, Hart of Dixie (0.5/1) was down a tenth from last week. Emily Owen, M.D. (0.4/1) was even with last week. The medical drama has been moving up with Women 18-49 and posted its best (0.6/2) in that demo since its October 16 premiere. CBS won the night in terms of overall viewers – 13.91 million – and in the 18-49 demo.