Tuesday TV Ratings 5/19/20: The Story of Soaps Very Low, The Voice Finale Fractional, Stargirl Solid (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: Breaking up the monotonous cycle of 0.1s and 0.2s, The CW's 'Stargirl' (0.3) debuted to a pretty healthy result. It was only a tenth behind the season finale of 'The Flash' and managed to beat out Barry Allen in total viewers (1.21 million vs 1.08 million). 'Stargirl' led into an even 'Legends of Tomorrow' (0.2).

'The Voice' (0.9) closed out its season quietly on NBC, steady with its last episode but a few tenths behind its spring 2019 closer (1.2). Earlier in the night, the peacock network had a middling 'Voice' clip show (0.6).

Fox's clip show of 'The Masked Singer' (0.9) managed to tie for the top program of the night. It led into a repeat of Gordon Ramsey's '24 Hours To Hell and Back' (0.5).

ABC's 'After the Dance' special (0.4) failed to gain much traction, well below the mid-2s that the actual series has been pulling on ESPN. It led into an even more feeble soap opera special (0.3). The alphabet network's numbers were so meager that they were beaten out by CBS reruns of 'NCIS', 'FBI', and 'FBI: Most Wanted' (0.5/0.5/0.5).

Finals Update: The Masked Singer clip show (+0.1) and The Voice clip show (+0.1) adjusted up.

18-49 Rating/Share
Viewers (mil)
8 PMThe Masked Singer (Clip Show)1.0/64.26Fox

The Voice (Clip Show)0.7/45.16NBC

NCIS (R)0.5/36.74CBS

After The Dance w/ Stephen A Smith0.4/32.54ABC

DC's Stargirl (Series Premiere)0.3/21.22The CW
9 PMThe Voice (F)0.9/67.54NBC

24 Hours to Hell and Back (R)0.5/31.86ABC

FBI (R)0.5/35.62CBS

The Story of Soaps0.3/22.03Fox

DC's Legends of Tomorrow0.2/20.80The CW
10 PMFBI: Most Wanted (R)0.5/34.40CBS

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