"NCIS" rolled to its 10th season finale with an episode that suggested the CBS drama could be very different next season.

But there was a familiarity about the ratings: "NCIS" was the most-watched show nationally and locally.

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In national ratings, "NCIS" averaged 18.8 million viewers, according to updated ratings. CBS had the most viewers in prime time, but NBC tied CBS for leadership in the 18-to-49 age group, thanks to "The Voice."

At 9 p.m., the "NCIS: Los Angeles" season finale on CBS brought in 13.5 million viewers, besting ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" with 11.9 million and "The Voice" with 10.5 million. But "The Voice" was the No. 1 show for the night in young adults. ("NCIS" was a close second.)

At 10, ABC's "Body of Proof" drew 8.6 million and CBS' "Golden Boy" had 6.9 million. Neither will return to their networks next fall. But "Grimm" with 5.4 million will be back on NBC next fall. That fantasy had the most young adults in the time slot.

On Fox, "So You Think You Can Dance" started its season with 5.1 million viewers. Fox also aired the season finales of "New Girl" (4.1 million) and "The Mindy Project" (2.6 million).

The prime-time averages in total viewers: CBS with 13.1 million, ABC with 8.3 million, NBC with 7.5 million, Fox with 4.2 million and The CW with 890,000 for the movie "Leap Year."

In Central Florida, "NCIS" drew 266,600 viewers.

The No. 2 show was "Dancing With the Stars" with 214,200 viewers. Ingo Rademacher was ejected before next week's season finale. The four finalists are Jacoby Jones, Kellie Pickler, Aly Raisman and Zendaya. ABC also announced that it's ditching the results show next season and will fold them into the Monday show.

Rounding out the top five were "NCIS: Los Angeles" with 174,900 viewers, the 9 p.m. hour of  "The Voice" with 160,100 and "Body of Proof" with 137,500.

The top programs in the 18-to-49 age group were the 9 p.m. "Voice," "Dancing With the Stars," "NCIS," "Grimm" and "NCIS: Los Angeles."