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Tuesday Ratings Table: Charlie Brown Beats NCIS, NCIS Stronger Than The Voice

Time
Show Name
Network
A 18-49 Rating
Preliminary Half-Hours
Last Airing’s A18-49
8
Charlie Brown Thanksgiving
ABC
2.2

1.2 (for The Muppets)
NCIS
CBS
2.1
2.1/2.2
2.2
The Voice
NBC
2.1
2.0/2.2
2.6
Grandfathered 
FOX
0.9

1.0
Greatest Holiday Commercials
The CW
0.4

1.5 (for The Flash)
8:30
Happy Thanksgiving Charlie Brown (Pt 2)
ABC
2.2

1.4 (for FOTB)
The Grinder
FOX
0.7

0.9
9
Dancing with the Stars
ABC
2.4
2.4/2.2/2.4/2.4
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Chicago Med
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NCIS: NO
NBC
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CBS
1.8
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1.6
1.8/1.8
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1.7/1.6
2.2
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1.6
Scream Queens
FOX
0.8
0.8/0.8
0.9
The Flash (R)
The CW
0.3
0.4/0.3
0.5 (for iZombie)
10
Chicago Fire
NBC
1.8
1.8/1.8
1.9
Limitless
CBS
1.3
1.3/1.2
1.4




11:30
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
NBC
1.1

1.1
Jimmy Kimmel Live
ABC
0.7

0.5
Late Show with Stephen Colbert
CBS
0.4

0.5
12:30
Late Night with Seth Meyers
NBC
0.6

0.6
Nightline
ABC
0.4

0.3
Late Late Show with James Corden
CBS
0.2

0.3


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ABC can't complain about Charlie Brown's (2.2) performance, as it became the #1 show of the entire night and improve a whole demo point on The Muppets from last week. Elsewhere on ABC was the Dancing with the Stars cycle final (2.4), considerably above its typical numbers this season. Combined, the two shows led ABC to a Tuesday night win, something they haven't gotten much of lately.

CBS had its typical line-up, which saw NCIS (2.1) down a tenth from last week, but when half-hours are factored in it appears it managed to do better than The Voice (2.1). NCIS's sister show (1.6) stayed steady, although it arguably should be doing better considering how compatible the lead-in is. Finishing off the night for CBS was Limitless (1.3), which is looking a little weaker, but CBS has much bigger fish to fry at this moment, at least in terms of raw ratings.

FOX had a night of fractional numbers with Grandfathered (0.9), The Grinder (0.7), and Scream Queens (0.8). None of them look renewable, but then again they are not all that far below the scripted average minus Empire.

NBC started off its night with The Voice (2.1), down half a ratings point from last week, followed by Chicago Med and Fire (1.8 and 1.8). Both Chicagos were steady in the half-hours, which is a good sign especially for the former, which isn't experiencing the half-hour drop offs that Blindspot is.

Finally, The CW had a night of filler with Greatest Holiday Commercials (0.4) and a rerun of The Flash (0.3).