TV Ratings: NBC and Fox Share Tuesday, 'Private Practice' Loses Viewers in Move

UPDATED: Dips among the dominant "Voice," "Glee" and "New Girl" have the networks splitting adults 18-49 as "Dancing With the Stars," "Biggest Loser" and "Raising Hope" rise.

Fox and NBC nabbed a shared victory among adults 18-49 on Tuesday night, each notching a 2.3 rating in the demo.

The Voice led all other broadcasts, pulling a 3.3 rating among adults 18-49, down two tenths from last week. The Biggest Loser grew 5 percent for a 2.2 in the demo, and Fashion Star dropped 17 percent to a 1.5. NBC averaged 6.7 million.

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On Fox, Glee lost one tenth from the previous week for a 2.7 rating among adults 18-49. New Girl also dropped a tenth, tying Glee's 2.7. At 9:30, Raising Hope grew 6 percent for a 1.9 during its season finale. Fox averaged 5.4 million viewers.

NCIS hit a season low with a 3.0 rating among adults 18-49 on CBS. The broadcast was followed by encores of NCIS: LA and Unforgettable, giving the network a 2.2 demo rating for the night and 12.4 million viewers.

ABC saw further dips for Last Man Standing (1.6 rating among adults 18-49) and Cougar Town (1.4), though the Dancing With the Stars results show posted small growth for a 2.4 in the demo.

Private Practice lost 19 percent of its showing among adults 18-49 in its move from Thursday to Tuesday. The Grey's Anatomy spin-off posted a 1.7 rating in the demo without its parent series for a lead-in. The net averaged a 1.9 with 18-49-ers and 8.7 million for the night.

On the CW, Ringer ended its freshman season up a tick for a 0.5 rating.