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Usher and Shakira are the newest judges on television show "The Voice." According to the Hollywood Reporter, ratings did OK.
With NBC enduring a highly publicized ratings dip this midseason, attention has been fixed on the return of The Voice and whether the fourth season of the network's new flagship could drive numbers closer to the highs from this past fall.
The singing competition finally returned Monday night, and Fast National returns have it delivering stronger numbers than in the fall, though taking an expected plunge from its Super Bowl-driven kickoff in February 2012. The two-hour blind-auditions round averaged a 4.7 rating with adults 18-49 and 13.4 million viewers. In the key demographic, that's half of a point (or about 12 percent) north of the fall opener (4.2 adults).
For those anxious for American Idol comparisons, the number comes in 22 percent shy of the Fox series' January premiere. That pulled a 6.0 rating among adults 18-49. As for this week, however, The Voice seems very likely to outdo Idol. After two months back on the air, Idol pulled a 3.6 rating with adults 18-49 and 12.9 million viewers during last week's Wednesday performance episode.