TV Ratings Report: A Slumping SHIELD, A Quiet Voice

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Tuesday marked a series low point for a pair of NBC programs, as both The Voice and About a Boy fell drastically among 18-49-year olds.

Elsewhere, a shocking Agents of SHIELD episode didn't help this struggling ABC drama in the ratings, with Agent Coulson and company only being seen by a total of 4.9 million viewers.

Will it shoot its way to a second season at this rate?

Coulson with a Gun
8 p.m.
The Voice: 11.7 million viewers
NCIS: 17.1 million
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: 4.9 million
Glee: 2.8 million
The Originals: 740,000
9 p.m.
NCIS Los Angeles: 14.3 million
About a Boy: 7.1 million/Growing Up Fisher: 5.6 million
The 100 rerun: 760,000
The Mindy Project: 2.3 million
The Goldbergs: 4.3 million/Trophy Wife:: 2.5 million
10 p.m.
Chicago Fire: 7 million
Person of Interest rerun: 8 million
Resurrection rerun: 1.8 million

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It's not really a fair comparision - which show do they expect it to beat, NCIS or The Voice? It's doing better than either of the ABC 9 pm shows, Tuesday is just a tough night.