TV Ratings: 'The Voice' Rises, CW Premieres Dip, 'Mob Doctor' Goes Lower

"Gossip Girl" kicks off its final run down from last year, most CBS comedies see growth and "Dancing With the Stars" stays steady.
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The Voice was up a tenth of a point over last Monday on NBC, driving the network to an easy win among adults 18-49. The series' 4.7 rating for its two-hour episode preceded a new Revolution, which was down three percent for a still dominant showing of a 3.1 adults rating in the demo. NBC earned a 4.2 adults rating for the night and 11.1 million viewers.

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How I Met Your Mother (3.2 adults rating) was the only CBS effort that didn't grow over last week. The series, down just a tenth of a point, led into a slightly boosted Partners (2.2 adults rating). Two Broke Girls (3.7 adults rating and Mike and Molly (3.1 adults rating) were both up two tenths of a point in the demo, while Hawaii Five-0 grew 10 percent to a 2.2 adults rating. The network averaged a 2.8 rating with 18-49-ers and 8.6 million viewers.

ABC saw an steady Dancing With the Stars post a 2.1 rating with adults 18-49, while Castle jumped 16 percent to a 2.2 rating in the demo. The network averaged a 2.2 adults rating and topped in the demo with a 12.4 million viewers.

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Bones dropped just a tenth of a point to a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49 on Fox. The Mob Doctor, which saw the same loss, hit a new low of a 0.9 in the demo. Fox averaged a 1.4 rating with adults 18-40 with 5.2 million viewers over the night.

The CW launched its Monday lineup with the premiere of 90210 (0.5 rating with adults 18-49, down from last year's 0.9 opener) and the beginning of the final run of Gossip Girl (0.4 adults rating, down from 0.7 last year). The network averaged a 0.4 rating in the demo and 883,000 viewers.

Univision posted a 1.8 rating with adults 18-49.