TV Ratings: 'Blacklist' Holds on NBC, 'Dancing With the Stars' Sees Small Finale Lift

The Peacock wins another Monday, though "The Voice" dips again, and Fox's "Almost Human" loses some of its demo showing post-premiere week.
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"The Blacklist"

Coming in just two-tenths of a point shy of last week's performance show, The Voice topped the night's broadcast offerings on NBC with a 3.3 rating among adults 18-49 and 11.3 million viewers. The Blacklist, averaging a steady 3.0 rating, topped the night's scripted fare and gave NBC a nightly average of a 3.2 rating with adults 18-49 and 11.1 million viewers.

The first night of Dancing With the Stars' season finale saw a modest boost from last week, inching up two-tenths of a point to a 2.2 rating with adults 18-49. That's half of a point shy of last November's comparable episode. Castle (2.1 adults), up two-tenths as well, wrapped the night on ABC -- giving the network an average 2.1 adults rating and a dominant 13.3 million viewers.

CBS, which saw NFL interruptions in San Francisco, may see more than the typical adjustments in final returns -- but averaged a 2.1 rating with adults 18-49 and 6.8 million viewers. How I Met Your Mother (2.9 adults) came in two-tenths behind last week's episode, while 2 Broke Girls (2.7 adults) held steady. Both Mike & Molly (2.5 adults) and Mom (2.2 adults) were up, a respective two- and three-tenths of a point. Hostages (1.1 adults) was also up by a tenth.

Fox also averaged a 2.1 rating with adults 18-49, notching 6.3 million viewers for the night. Almost Human (1.9 adults) was down another four-tenths of a point in its third outing, and Sleepy Hollow (2.2 adults) brought its softest showing to date, down three-tenths of a point.

The ever-steady Hart of Dixie (0.4 adults) and Beauty and the Beast (0.3 adults) gave The CW a nightly average of a 0.3 rating with adults 18-49 and 920,000 viewers.