Last night, The Voice hit its highest audience in four weeks, while America’s Got Talent remained steady, winning NBC the night by a longshot and leaving most other programming in the dust. A few shows that enjoyed decent premieres last week saw dips this week, as expected.

On NBC, America’s Got Talent remained steady versus last week, with 12.04 million viewers. The AGT crew hit up New York last night, and came away with some very interesting characters.

If you missed America’s Got Talent, check out our recap!

The Voice had its biggest audience in four weeks, with 12.90 million viewers. This bodes well for the singing competition, which recently announced a summer tour. Last night was the final slew of performances before the big night. Tonight, a Voice will be crowned!

If you missed last night’s live Voice, read our recap!

On FOX, MasterChef remained steady with 4.22 million viewers.

Check out our High Five highlights from last night’s MasterChef!

ABC’s 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show was down slightly its second week, with 5.27 million viewers. Wipeout did comparably well, with 5.52 million viewers. Combat Hospital was down slightly from its premiere last week, with 4.61 million viewers.

Source: Nielsen

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Matt Click

Staff Writer, BuddyTV