TV Ratings: 'The Voice,' 'Person of Interest' and 'New Orleans' Drop

Tuesday night brings several finales and a few series lows.
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End-of-season fatigue is taking its toll on a few shows, with same-day ratings bringing several series lows on Tuesday night. One of them was The Voice, which lost three-tenths of a point from last week's comparable outing for a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49. If that holds, it will put the NBC series behind CBS' NCIS for the night.

NBC also had the live episode of Undateable. Separate telecasts aired on the east and west coasts, averaging a 1.3 rating among adults 18-49, in line with last week. Chicago Fire (1.6 adults) followed with a steady showing from the beginning of last week's Chicago P.D. crossover.

NCIS stands as the top show of the night with a steady 2.0 rating with adults 18-49. NCIS: New Orleans (1.6 adults) and the season finale of Person of Interest (1.1 adults) didn't fare as well, each falling three-tenths of a point for series lows.

Dancing With the Stars (1.4 adults) aired a special outing on ABC before steady outings of Agents of SHIELD (1.5 adults) and Forever (1.1 adults).

The Fox block of Hell's Kitchen (1.2 adults), New Girl (1.1 adults) and Weird Loners (0.6 adults) were all steady with last week, New Girl wrapping its fourth season.

The Flash (1.4 adults) and iZombie (0.7 adults) were both even with their most recent episodes.