The Voice appears to becoming the latest talent contest to be hit by exiting viewers. It dropped to its lowest ratings ever Monday night, giving NBC executives another reason to fret. The Voice is the network's highest-rated entertainment series and when it's on, it often keeps NBC out of the ratings cellar. On Monday night it drew 10.88 million viewers. That made by far the highest-rated program of the night, particularly since competing programs were have their hard times, too. ABC's The Bachelorette attracted 5.88 million viewers for its season premiere, but that was down by nearly a third from the last season premiere a year ago and also a series low. On Fox, the second outing of The Goodwin Games, which debuted DOA a week ago, could not rise from its coffin, drawing just 1.37 million viewers. (In fact, no Fox program Monday night was able to draw even 2 million viewers.)