By James Hibberd
June 15, 2011 at 06:31 PM EDT

There’s no slowing NBC’s The Voice. Tuesday night’s two-hour episode delivered a solid 12.2 million viewers and an impressive 4.5 preliminary rating in the demo, basically steady with last week. It’s America’s Got Talent (12.3 million, 3.3) lead-in was also strong, though slipped 11 percent.

NBC’s reality hits easily ranked as the top two shows of the night, while Fox’s Masterchef (4.3 million, 1.9) was modest, yet stable with last week’s edition.

In other ratings news, here’s an update on MTV’s Teen Wolf: The freshman Monday night drama launched at 2.2 million after the MTV Movie Awards a few weeks back. Lacking a giant lead-in for episode 2, the show dropped to 1.5 million. The third outing this week promisingly rose to 1.8 million. While far from Jersey Shore and Teen Mom territory, and not exactly a breakout hit for a scripted show either, the viewership is decent and the network is pleased with its performance in its key 12-34 demo.

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