TV Ratings: 'Dancing With the Stars' Rises, Dominant 'Voice' Dips to Monday Low
NBC wins the night despite a double-digit drop for its flagship reality series, while CBS has better luck with a "Two and Half Men" in the now-canceled "Partners" slot.
Down 16 percent from its haul a week ago, The Voice still topped all broadcasts on Monday night among viewers 18-to-49. The two-hour semifinals pulled a 3.7 rating in the demo.
At 10 p.m., Revolution was steady with the previous week's 2.6 rating in the demo. The network averaged a 3.3 adults rating and 9.4 million viewers.
CBS averaged a 2.6 rating with 18-49-ers for the night and 8.5 million viewers. How I Met Your Mother (3.0 adults rating) was even with the previous week, while an encore of Two and a Half Men (2.1 adults rating) improved the time-slot showing from the now-canceled Partners by three-tenths of a point. 2 Broke Girls was up 6 percent to a 3.4 adults rating, while Mike & Molly (2.9 adults rating) dipped one-tenth and Hawaii Five-0 was up 5 percent to a 2.2 in the demo.
Still dominant among total viewers with 12.9 million for the night, ABC saw some demo improvement starting with Dancing With the Stars. The two-hour semifinal performance episode jumped 10 percent from last week to a 2.3 rating in adults 18-49. Castle was up 5 percent to a 2.0 rating. For the night, ABC averaged a 2.2 adults rating.
Bones (2.0 adults rating) and The Mob Doctor (0.9 adults rating) each saw improvements of one-tenth from last Monday's showings. Fox averaged a 1.4 rating in the demo and 5.1 million viewers.
The CW saw 901210 dip two-tenths from last week's showing to a 0.4 rating among adults 18-49. Gossip Girl also was down, by a tenth, to a 0.3 rating in the demo. The network averaged a 0.4 with adults 18-49 and brought in 743,000 viewers.
Univsision earned a 1.7 rating among adults 18-49.
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