‘The Voice’ Season 24 Popularity, Ratings Soared on Tuesday Night’s Episode, Leading Against ‘DWTS’
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Very few shows can capture the hearts of viewers and maintain their popularity over time. One show that has consistently managed to do that is The Voice. As Season 24 unfolds, let’s take a closer look at how this long-running singing competition has not only sustained but increased its popularity and ratings.
Did Blake Shelton’s Absence Affect The Show’s Viewership?
The Voice has become a household name over the years, largely thanks to its unique format and the talented artists. The show, hosted by Carson Daly, has charmed viewers on Monday and Tuesday nights.
Country music legend, Reba McEntire joined the panel of talented coaches this season, taking one of the iconic red chairs for the first time. She joins forces with the returning veterans Gwen Stefani, John Legend, and Niall Horan, who have all had their fair share of victories in previous seasons.
As The Voice Season 24 unfolds, its ratings have once again demonstrated its ability to capture the hearts of viewers. According to the latest ratings data, The Voice has managed to draw the night’s largest audience on Tuesday nights.
For context, this season has seen a slight dip in ratings compared to the previous season. The most notable change is the departure of Blake Shelton, a beloved coach who had been a part of The Voice since its creation. Despite this change, The Voice continues to excel in ratings, reaffirming its status as one of NBC’s highest-rated shows.
In this latest season, The Voice is averaging 5.8 million total viewers, with a 0.5 demo rating. While these numbers might be slightly lower than in previous seasons, it’s crucial to understand that the ratings landscape is dynamic, and changes in cast and competition can impact a show’s performance.
How The Voice Compares to DWTS
The Voice Season 24 continues to command impressive ratings, despite a slight dip in viewership. The show maintains its stronghold as one of NBC’s top-rated programs, boasting an average of 5.8 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating.
On the other hand, Dancing With The Stars moved to Disney+ from ABC in a bid to reignite its appeal. This shift, however, didn’t quite pan out as expected, prompting a return to network television.
DWTS is now grappling with the question of its longevity in this revived format. For comparison, in its Season 32, DWTS in its final network broadcast on ABC managed an average of 4.90 million viewers with a 0.74 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
As the battle between these two reality TV giants rages on, the numbers indicate that The Voice maintains a stronger and more stable viewership base, whereas DWTS faces fluctuations and uncertainties in its recent ratings history.