Ratings: The Voice Dips for Fifth Straight Week, Two and a Half Men at Series Low

NBC’s The Voice, with 10.4 million total viewers and a 3.9 rating, as usual led all of Monday programming in the coveted 18-49 demo, yet nonetheless dipped 5 percent week-to-week — the show’s fifth straight Monday drop.

Dancing With the Stars, meanwhile, held steady from 8 to 10 pm, drawing 16.1 mil and a 2.9.

Read TVLine’s Recaps of The Voice and Dancing With the Stars

On a night of almost full-on original network programming, nearly everyone was down or flat. Both Bones (7.4 mil/2.1) and House (6.1 mil/2.0), for example, fell 13 percent in the demo. And save for Mike & Molly (which at 9.55 mil and a 3.2 was up a tenth in the demo), each CBS comedy dipped a few percentage points, with Two and a Half Men (10.4 mil/3.5) most notably slipping 8 percent at an all-time demo low. Did I just see the Brinks truck drive past Ashton’s mansion…?

Over on The CW, Gossip Girl (1.05 mil/0.5) added a few eyeballs and was flat in the demo, while Hart of Dixie returned to 1.12 million viewers and a 0.5 rating, shedding 20 percent of its most recent audience.

And lastly, in the 10 o’clock hour, Hawaii Five-0 (10.2 mil/2.6) inched up some and dominated with Castle on the bench, while Smash was rock-steady at 6 mil and a 2.1.

What were you tuned into this Monday night?

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