Wednesday Ratings for June 22: President Pushes Programming Back
Wednesday Ratings for June 22: President Pushes Programming Back
Matt Click
Matt Click
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
President Obama's address on the situation in Afghanistan last night, while brief, still managed to push our Wednesday night programming back 16 minutes. As a result, the ratings below are a little iffy, but still give us a good benchmark for how these shows are doing.

FOX's So You Think You Can Dance dropped considerably, declining at least 10% versus last week's Wednesday episode. The dancing competition brought in 6.48 million viewers, fairly low for its timeslot (which is currently being dominated by NBC's The Voice).

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If you missed SYTYCD last night, you can always check out our recap.

The Voice was down slightly versus its Tuesday episode, but still managed to rule its timeslot and put NBC on top (being followed by America's Got Talent doesn't hurt matters either). The Voice managed to wrangle 9.78 million viewers, and benefitted in its final minutes from people tuning in for America's Got Talent at 9).

Check out our Voice recap!

Also on NBC, America's Got Talent won the night, and was up slightly versus last week's episode. With 12.73 million viewers to its name (almost twice as many viewers as SYTYCD), it's clear that Talent king of Wednesday night programming.

If you missed the excitement, we've got you covered with our AGT recap.

Source: Nielsen

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