Hollywood’s “Worst week ever” for “The Voice” is over, according to the top four of “Voice’s” annual poll.
The show’s first season finale drew a 1.2 rating in adults 18-49 and 2.8 million viewers for its first week of viewing.
“The Blacklist” returned for its second season with a 0.6 and 2 million viewers, while “The People v.
O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” was the only new show in the Top Ten with a rating above a 0, up from 0.4 last week.
In total viewers, “The Call” is averaging 7.3 million for its third season.
The series finale drew 6.4 million viewers and was the biggest for the series in years.
“Blacklist” has scored a 0 on that metric.
On NBC’s “The Nightly Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” which was the most-watched show of the night, it averaged 2.3 rating in the demo, down a tenth from the previous week’s 1.5.
“Dancing With the Stars” is up a tenth.
The CW’s “Arrow” scored a 2.0 in adults 25-54 and 1.9 million viewers.
That marked the biggest of the day for the show, which was a series-low for a night.
The network also added a new “The 100” episode, airing on Wednesday, that tied “Archer” for most viewers on Wednesday with an audience of 5.1 million.