TV Ratings: 'The Blacklist' Says 'So Long' to Mondays

The fall finale of NBC's crown drama holds in its time slot exit
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'The Blacklist'

NBC makes room for Katherine Heigl's State of Affairs on Nov. 17, and that means that The Blacklist has officially moved out of its Monday digs. Last night marks the final outing for the drama in its original time slot, airing after The Voice, and it got no real bump in its fall finale. The series was steady with an average 2.5 rating among adults 18-49.

The Blacklist's next episode will no doubt be huge. Its airing after the Super Bowl before its official move to Thursdays. NBC still topped the night in the key demo, but The Voice (3.2 adults) was down three-tenths of a point.

Gotham was off two-tenths of a point on Fox for a 2.2 rating among adults 18-49. It preceded an even outing of Sleepy Hollow (1.5 adults).

ABC could see its scores adjusted later in the day — Fast Nationals include NFL a preemption on the Charlotte affiliate — but both Dancing With the Stars (2.1 adults) and Castle (1.7 adults) were steady with last week and helped the network lead the night among total viewers.

2 Broke Girls (1.9 adults) fell three-tenths of a point to a low in its live-plus-same day showing. The Millers (1.5 adults) and NCIS: Los Angeles (1.5 adults) both held steady, while Scorpion (2.0 adults) shed two-tenths of a point.

Over on the CW, The Originals ticked up two-tenths of a point to a 0.7 rating in the key demo and its most-watched episode this season. Jane the Virgin (0.5 adults) held with last week.