‘The Voice’ Season 21 Ratings

Ratings for the Blind Auditions portion of season 21 of NBC’s “The Voice” are in, and a few followers could also be questioning if the show gained or misplaced viewers with the addition of music famous person Ariana Grande as a coach.

Grande joins reigning “king” of “The Voice,” Blake Shelton in addition to Kelly Clarkson and John Legend within the teaching chairs for season 21. She changed Nick Jonas, who was a fixture on the teaching panel in seasons 18 and 20. Gwen Stefani, who’s now married to Blake Shelton, crammed in for season 19 and really got here away with the win.

With all of the adjustments in coaches all through the seasons, rankings have shifted, however presumably not as a lot as some viewers would anticipate.

‘The Voice’ Ratings Have Barely Fallen Since Season 20

According to TVSeriesFinale, “The Voice” pulled in 7.222 million viewers for the Season 21 premiere on Monday, September 20, 2021. That’s down practically 12% from the Season 20 premiere on March 1, 2021, when the show bought 7.890 viewers, in line with TVSeriesFinale.

When evaluating “The Voice” season 21 with different seasons, it is presumably extra correct to match to season 19, which aired on the identical nights on the identical time of the 12 months in 2020. That 12 months, the season premiere drew in 8.2 million viewers, in line with TVSeriesFinale. That was nonetheless down 8% from the 12 months earlier than.

Still, the show pulls in probably the most viewers on the 8 p.m. hour of Monday nights, particularly within the coveted 18-49 demographic. At 9 p.m., nonetheless, “NCIS” typically pulls in a number of hundred thousand extra viewers than “The Voice,” although the show stays on the high when sorted by the 18-49 demographic.

On Tuesdays, “The Voice” is sort of at all times on the high of the listing on the subject of rankings. The Tuesday, October 5 episode pulled in 6.89 million viewers, with the following highest show pulling in 6.39 million, in line with TVSeriesFinale.

With all that being mentioned, it is very potential that Grande has not had an impact on rankings for “The Voice” in both a optimistic or damaging mild. The show has, nonetheless, had loads of hit movies on the official YouTube channel this season, which may have one thing to do with Grande’s big presence on social media.

What’s Next on ‘The Voice’ Season 21?

It will likely be attention-grabbing to look at the rankings play out over the course of the season when the Battle Rounds and Knockout rounds play out. In addition to that, the dwell reveals are sometimes an enormous draw for viewers.

All of the coaches have now assembled their groups for the upcoming rounds, and a number of the expertise is particularly promising.

Here’s a have a look at the groups going into the following spherical of the competitors:

Team Kelly:

  • Girl Named Tom (Trio)
  • Kinsey Rose
  • Carolina Alonso
  • Gymani
  • Jeremy Rosado
  • Holly Forbes
  • The Cunningham Sisters (Duo)
  • Jershika Maple
  • Xavier Cornell
  • Wyatt Michael
  • Aaron Hines
  • Parker McKay

Team Legend:

  • Jonathan Mouton
  • Jack Rogan
  • Samuel Harness
  • Joshua Vacanti
  • Paris Winningham
  • Keilah Grace
  • Samara Brown
  • Janora Brown
  • KJ Jennings
  • Sabrina Dias
  • Brittany Bree
  • Shadale

Team Blake:

  • Peedy Chavis
  • Wendy Moten
  • Lana Scott
  • Hailey Green
  • The Joy Reunion (trio)
  • Carson Peters
  • Kaitlyn Velez
  • Berritt Haynes
  • Clint Sherman
  • Manny Keith
  • LiBianca
  • Tommy Edwards

Team Ariana:

  • Katie Raie
  • Katherine Ann Mohler
  • Vaughn Mugol
  • Chavon Rodgers
  • Jim and Sasha Allen (Duo)
  • Raquel Trinidad
  • Hailey Mia
  • Bella DeNapoli
  • David Vogel
  • Ryleigh Plank
  • Sophia Bromberg
  • KCK3 (Trio)

“The Voice” season 21 episodes air on Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific time on NBC.

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