‘The Voice’ Holds Strong In Monday Ratings
The Voice continues to be a winner for NBC in the ratings department!
The hit singing show earned a 2.0/8 in the ratings, the same as last week’s premiere. The Voice also won the night in terms of total viewers, with 9.94 million people tuning in for the latest round of blind auditions. That’s even more than the premiere got!
Without the presence of the double juggernaut that was The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon like last week, The Voice was the highest rated show of the evening and helped lead the “peacock network” to victory along with follow-up program Manifest, which earned a 1.8/8 and 8.48 million viewers.
In a television environment of declining ratings across the board, it’s good to see The Voice hold strong on both ratings and overall viewership. More and more people may be cutting their cable and taking different options for their in-home entertainment, but shows like The Voice are meant for all of us to experience together, especially when we get to the live rounds later on in the season. And it’s also one of the few shows right now perfect for families with people of various ages to watch together. The Voice may be doing well in the core advertising demo of ages 18-49, but it’s definitely a show that can bridge the generation gap!