NEW YORK (AP) — NEW YORK - After a year spent mostly in the wilderness, NBC may have found its voice.
The Nielsen Co. said Tuesday that "The Voice," NBC's new talent show, had an audience of 12.6 million viewers for its second episode last week.
That was up 7 percent from its premiere - making it the first new series on the four biggest broadcast networks this season to have more viewers for its second week than it did the
Professional singers Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera coach their own teams in the series, which continues until the last week of June.
In the young adult demographic, only the two editions of "American Idol" got bigger audiences last week.