UPDATED: Central Florida has three acts in "The X Factor," but the Fox singing contest lagged in Tuesday's local ratings. (It was far behind in the national ratings, too, but more about that later.)

The night's most-watched program in this market was long-running "NCIS" with 253,600 viewers.

Spinoff "NCIS: Los Angeles" ranked second with 193,400 viewers.

"The Voice," NBC's singing contest, pulled in 145,900 viewers.

Rounding out the top five were "Person of Interest" with 137,400 viewers and the Miami Heat-Chicago Bulls game on TNT with 97,700 viewers. The Heat won, 107-95.

"The X Factor" had 97,400 viewers. The three Central Florida acts moving to the Top 12 in the contest were Lillie McCloud, Rachel Potter and Alex & Sierra.

And yes, the Miami Heat had more Orlando viewers than the Orlando Magic on Fox Sports Florida. The Magic's game against the Indiana Pacers drew 44,900 viewers and ranked No. 16 for the night. The Magic lost, 97-87.

The top programs with the 18-to-49 age group were the Miami Heat game, "The Voice," FX's "Sons of Anarchy," "The Biggest Loser" and "NCIS."

In updated national ratings, "The X Factor" averaged 4.9 million viewers. It was far behind "NCIS" with 19.3 million viewers, "NCIS: Los Angeles" with 14.9 million, "Person of Interest" with 12 million and "The Voice" with 11.6 million over two hours.

Opposite "The X Factor," "The Biggest Loser" averaged 6.1 million viewers for NBC.

The prime-time averages: CBS with 15.4 million, NBC with 9.8 million, Fox with that 4.9 million, ABC with 4.1 million and The CW with 2.1 million. But thanks to "The Voice," NBC beat CBS in the 18-to-49 age group.

ABC's best was a new "Goldbergs" with 5.4 million viewers. A repeat of "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" delivered 4.1 million viewers, and a new "Trophy Wife" drew 4.3 million. On The CW, "Supernatural" brought in 2.2 million fans, and "The Originals" scared up 2.1 million viewers.