TV Ratings: Most Tuesday Series Take Hits

'The Voice' leads the night — and the drops — as the effects of Daylight Savings linger.
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'The Voice'

The slow recovery from the start of Daylight Savings — adults 18-49 viewership was down 5 percent from last week — dampened a few more shows on Tuesday night. The Voice, slipping half of a ratings point from last Tuesday, led the night with a 3.6 rating in the key demo. Chicago Fire (2.1 adults) was unmoved by its dipping lead-in.

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Over on CBS, NCIS (2.1 adults) was down just two-tenths of a point. NCIS: New Orleans logged a series low in same-day showings, dropping three-tenths of a point to a 1.6 in the key demo. Person of Interest (1.4 adults) dropped by the same measure.

On either side of a steady Repeat After Me (1.1 adults), both Fresh Off the Boat (1.5 adults) and Agents of SHIELD (1.4 adults) dropped two-tenths of a point from last week. For SHIELD, it marked a series low.

Both Hell's Kitchen (1.3 adults) and The Mindy Project (0.9 adults) were steady on Fox.