Ratings: Revolution and Partners Slip to New Lows, Bones Dips, Castle Still at Low
CBS’ Partners last night sustained the steepest week-to-week drop of any Monday program, falling 14 percent in the demo to a 1.8 — the freshman sitcom’s lowest rating to date — while holding steady in total audience (with 5.6 million viewers).
Also on the decline this Monday were Fox’s Bones (7 mil/1.9) and The Mob Doctor (3.1 mil/0.9), each dipping a tenth in the demo, and NBC’s The Voice (down a few percentage points to 11.5 mil and a 4.3) and Revolution (slipping to 7.1 mil and a series-low 2.6). UPDATE: Mob Doc adjusted down to a 0.8.
Over on ABC — pending football preemption adjustments (in both Pittsburgh and Kansas City) — Dancing With the Stars inched up to 14.2 mil/2.2, and Castle (with 10.7 mil and a 2.1) rose 7 percent and two tenths from last week’s all-time low. UPDATE: Per finals, Castle adjusted back down to that 1.9 series low.
Among CBS’ other comedies, How I Met Your Mother (7.94 mil/3.0) was up 10 and 7 percent, 2 Broke Girls (9 mil/3.2) matched last week’s series low demo and Mike & Molly (9.2 mil/3.0) added a handful of viewers. Hawaii Five-0‘s buzzy flashback episode was flat at 7.74 mil/2.0. UPDATE: H50 adjusted up to a 2.1.
The CW’s 90210 (1.24 mil/0.6) surged 50 percent (and hit a season high in total audience) while Gossip Girl (808K/0.4) rose 22 and 33 percent.
What were you tuned into this Monday evening?