CBS said today it is moving the struggling Brooklyn D.A. to Saturdays at 9 PM beginning June 22. Saturday will be the final burnoff spot for the show. Since its low debut on May 28 the six-part docu-series …
RATINGS RAT RACE: ‘Body Of Proof’ Finale Down, ‘Brooklyn D.A.’ Debuts Low, ‘The Voice’ Dips, ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Down
Tuesday’s primetime television brought more reality, a couple of summer premieres and one series finale. Extreme Weight Loss (1.2/3) kicked off the night on ABC. Back for a third season, the two-hour reality show saw twins desperate to lose the pounds that had plagued them for years. Down 20% from last year’s premiere on June 3, the debut was the series’ lowest yet. Following that, it was the season and series finale of the now-cancelled Body Of Proof (1.2/3). The drama slid 14% from it last original May 14 to tie a series low and fell a whooping 37% from its Season 2 finale on April 10.
NBC began its double shot of The Voice last night with a one-hour special recap (1.7/5) of the final eight performers. Then it was the one-hour live elimination show (3.0/8), which featured a performance from Sheryl Crow with judge Blake Shelton’s team and two contestants from judge Adam Levine’s team sent home. While the highest-rated and most-watched show of the night, Tuesday’s Voice dipped 6% from its May 21 episode to hit a new Tuesday series low. We can expect an adjustment in the final ratings later today. NBC ended its night with an encore of The Office (1.0/3) finale.
CBS won the night in total viewers, with NBC taking No. 1 spot in adults 18-49.