TV Ratings: Steady 'Voice' Tops Monday, '2 Broke Girls' Hits a Low

"Dancing With the Stars" proves the night's only grower as most scripted fare sees dips -- and the CW launches its new Monday lineup.
"The Voice"

Reigning Monday champ scored wins with adults 18-49 (4.1 rating) and total viewers (13.3 million) last night, with relatively steady showings from both The Voice (4.5 adults) and The Blacklist (3.2 adults), down a respective two and one tenths of a point.

Fox dramas Bones (2.0 adults) and Sleepy Hollow (2.7 adults) were also both down, dipping two- and three-tenths of a point, respectively. The network pulled a 2.3 rating with adults 18-49 and 7.4 million viewers for the night.

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ABC saw growth for Dancing With the Stars (2.1 adults, up a tenth from last week), though NFL preemptions could alter that score later. Castle (2.0 adults) shed two-tenths of a point, giving the net a nightly average of a 2.1 adults rating and 12.3 million viewers.

How I Met Your Mother (2.9 adults) continues to fuel CBS' Monday lineup. The comedy was down just two-tenths of a point at 8 p.m., while lead-out We Are Men (1.8 adults) fell by the same measure. 2 Broke Girls (2.2 adults) and Mom (2.0 adults) also both fell by two-tenths of a point, in what amounts to a series low for 2 Broke Girls. Hostages (1.2 adults) dropped three-tenths of a point, giving CBS a 1.9 adults rating and 6.2 million viewers.

The CW launched its new Monday to some year-to-year dips. Hart of Dixie (0.4 adults) came in three-tenths of a point shy of last year's Tuesday opener, while Beauty and the Beast (0.4 adults) matched Gossip Girl's time slot showing last year. The network pulled a 0.4 adults rating and 1.2 million viewers -- though it was also impacted by NFL coverage in New York.

Univision brought in a 1.3 rating with adults 18-49 and 3.3 million viewers, while Telemundo netted a 0.4 adults rating and 1.1 million viewers.