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Despite an 18% drop week-to-week, the finale of The Sing-Off was enough to lift NBC to a Monday win. The two-hour episode, which saw Atlanta-based gospel group Committed take the top prize, scored a 2.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 8.5 million total viewers. That’s up 17% compared to last season’s Sing-Off finale, but down 18% compared to last week to tie its lowest-rated episode of the season.
For the night, CBS and Fox tied for second place with a 1.9 each. Though reruns of CBS comedies How I Met Your Mother, Rules of Engagement, Two and a Half Men and Mike & Molly and drama Hawaii Five-O beat out Fox’s two-hour Million Dollar Money Drop (8-10 p.m.) among total viewers (7.4 million versus 5.3 million).
ABC preempted entertainment programming in Chicago and Minneapolis (accounting for 4.5% of the country) for the Monday Night Football matchup between the Bears and the Vikings, so ratings are approximate at this point. Still, part 1 of the season finale of Skating with the Stars at 8 p.m. is likely to prove rather anemic (with 1.0, 4.7 million preliminary tabulation). Reruns of Castle at 9 and 10 pm fared a little better (1.2, 5.6 million at 9 p.m., climbing to 1.7, 7.1 million at 10 p.m.).
Reruns of 90210 (0.4, 1 million) and Gossip Girl (0.3, 768,000) were DOA on CW.
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