"Dancing With the Stars" still has steps to intrigue Orlando viewers.

The ABC dance contest was the most-watched show Monday night in this TV market, and it finished No. 2 Tuesday. The contest dropped reality star Lisa Vanderpump, who danced last Monday despite illness and limited practice time.

On Monday, "Dancing" drew 255,100 viewers. NBC's "The Voice" ranked second with 221,900. Both were bigger than the NCAA championship game between victorious Louisville and Michigan, which attracted 191,900. But the game also ended close to midnight.

On Tuesday, "NCIS" on CBS was the top show with 257,500 viewers. The Mark Harmon drama has supplanted "Dancing" as the region's favorite show.

"Dancing" was second for the night with 214,300 for its results edition, which featured performances by Brad Paisley, Jennifer Lawrence and Andrea Bocelli.

The other three top programs Tuesday were "NCIS: Los Angeles" with 210,200 viewers, "The Voice" with 194,600 and ABC's "Body of Proof" with 153,500.

In national ratings Monday, the NCAA championship was the big winner with 23.4 million viewers. "The Voice" had 14 million and "Dancing" had 13.2 million.

In updated national ratings for Tuesday, "NCIS" was the most-watched show with 17.2 million viewers. Other favorite programs for the night were "NCIS: Los Angeles" with 14.1 million, "The Voice" with 13.3 million and "Dancing" with 12.1 million.

But "The Voice" was the top show with the 18-to-49 age group. The two "NCIS" series tied for second in that count.

NBC's "Ready for Love" debuted to just 3.7 million viewers. At 10, "Body of Proof" had 9 million viewers and topped CBS' "Golden Boy" with 7.9 million. But "Golden Boy" had more young adults. Those numbers may not bode well for either "Golden Boy" or "Body of Proof."

The prime-time averages: CBS with 13.1 million, ABC with 8.8 million, NBC with 6.9 million, Fox with 4 million and The CW with 880,000. But NBC won the night in young adults, thanks to "The Voice." CBS was a close second.