TV Ratings: 'Supernatural' Grows, Dipping 'Voice' Leads Night

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CW president Mark Pedowitz told reporters in January 2014 that veteran Supernatural will remain on the network as long as its creators want the series to run, the ultimate vote of confidence. The network picked up the drama for a 10th season a month later and is developing spinoff Supernatural: Bloodlines for 2014-15.

The Voice, still dominant, logged another low on NBC Tuesday night. The hourlong episode averaged a 2.7 rating among adults 18-49 -- off three-tenths of a point from last week's episode. About a Boy (1.9 adults) improved a tenth of a point, while Growing Up Fisher (1.5 adults) held even. NBC took a 1.8 rating among adults 18-49 for the night, winning Tuesday, and placed second in total viewers with 7.3 million.

CBS managed second-place demo status and the night's biggest viewership (9.4 million) despite airing all repeats.

Over on ABC, Agents of SHIELD (1.8 adults) did not match its special 9 p.m. showing from last week, off a tenth of a point from its last rating in its regular time slot. After comedy repeats, Celebrity Wife Swap (0.9 adults) was also down a tenth from last week. ABC took a 1.2 rating with adult 18-49 and 3.8 million viewers.

Glee (0.9 adults) was off a tenth from last week, while The Mindy Project (1.0 adults) held even. Fox took a 0.9 rating for the night and 2.1 million viewers.

The Originals (0.6 adults) was off a tenth of a point on The CW, but Supernatural (0.9 adults) improved two-tenths.