Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green of 'The Voice' Talk New Season, Super Bowl Show
Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green of 'The Voice' Talk New Season, Super Bowl Show

The second episode of "The Voice" was up 10 percent Tuesday night on NBC.

It rated 5.6 in the key 18 to 49 demo with 12.4 million viewers -- up from its premiere (which rated 5.1, 11.8 million) -- beating "Glee," "NCIS" and "Dancing With the Stars." Excluding sports, NBC scored its highest rating in the time slot since Nov. 29, 2005, winning the night.

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Coming in second was CBS with a 4.6 rating in the demo. "NCIS" was down 10 percent, a season low, with a 3.5 rating and 17.3 million viewers. "NCIS: L.A." was down 12 percent (2.9, 14 million), but "The Good Wife" was up 20 percent (2.4, 12.3 million), its highest rating since October 2010.

Fox rated 2.6 and was in third. "Glee" was up 6 percent (3.6, 8.6 million), "Raising Hope" was up 6 percent (1.9, 5 million) and "Traffic Light" was down 8 percent (1.2, 3 million).

ABC rated 2.2 and came in fourth. The first hour of "Dancing With the Stars" rated 1.8 (9.3 million) and the second hour, in which Kendra Wilkinson was voted off, rated 2.9 (15.6 million), down 19 percent from last week, a season low. "Body of Proof" was down 9 percent from last week (2.0, 10.4 million).

Univision came in fourth with a 1.5 rating, with Televisa coming in fifth with a .8. The CW was in last spot with a .5.