RATINGS RAT RACE: 'The Voice' Gains, 'Go On' Holds, 'Dance' Finale Down From 2011

The Voice continues to post week-to-week rating increases. Last night, NBC’s singing competition (4.5/14 in adults 18-49 from 8-9 PM) shot up 15% from its fast national last Tuesday after also posting Week 2 gains with its Monday edition. New comedy Go On (3.3/9) held steady, down a tenth from its time-slot premiere last week. Fellow newbie The New Normal (2.2/6) dropped 12% and appears more vulnerable as NBC’s Tuesday lineup enjoyed its last outing with little competition to bag another Tuesday win among adults 18-49. (CBS edged it in total viewers with drama repeats.) Parenthood (1.8/5) slipped a tenth from its so-so season premiere last week.

The finale of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance (1.6/5) was up a tenth from last week but down 25% from its season finale last year, which aired in August. ABC’s two-hour 20/20 special Best In TV: The Greatest TV Shows Of Our Time drew a 1.6/4 from 9-11 PM.

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