Ratings: Dancing with the Stars Rises, The Blacklist Slips

Monday night was full of new episodes of all our favorite series. The night brought ups and downs across the major broadcast networks, while shows like ABC’s Dancing with the Stars and CBS’s Friends with Better Lives rose in their total viewers and demos, others (such as NBC’s The Blacklist) fell a few notches.

Here is the complete breakdown of Monday’s ratings:

ABC: Dancing With the Stars (15.1 mil/2.4) was up seven percent and two tenths, while Castle (10.1 mil/1.9) reached a five-month audience high and an uptick of one tenth in the demo.

CBS: 2 Broke Girls (7.8 mil/2.2) inched up a tenth. New comedy Friends With Better Lives (6.2 mil/1.0) rose 15 percent and two tenths in the demo and Mike & Molly (7.6 mil/2.2) gained three tenths.

Fox: Following a rerun of Bones, The Following‘s Season 2 finale saw gains of nine percent in total audience (drawing 4.8 million viewers) and a tenth in the demo (with a 1.5 rating). According to Fox, this is the seventh week in a row The Following  has gone up, or held steady, in the demo.

NBC: The Voice (11.4 mil/3.0) added a few new viewers, but was flat in the demo. Meanwhile, The Blacklist (10.9 mil/2.7) slipped in both measures.

THE CW: Both Star-Crossed (874K/0.3) and Tomorrow People (900K/0.3) were both flat and saw no gains.

 

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