Ratings: Five-0 Ties Low Castle As Revolution Dominates Hour; Mob Doctor Now Critical

CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 this Monday mildly rebounded from its soft Season 3 premiere/series low rating, rising a tenth to 1.9. As such it tied ABC’s Castle, which slipped 10 percent week-to-week to match an all-time low.

NBC’s Revolution meanwhile again dominated the 10 o’clock hour with a 3.2 rating, down just two tenths from its second episode. Castle, however, drew the most total viewers in the time slot, with 10.3 million. (Revolution and Five-0 delivered 8.7 mil and 7.7 mil, respectively.)

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Among the night’s biggest drops, Dancing With the Stars: All-Stars (12.2 mil/2.0) plunged 13 and 20 percent from last week’s premiere (hitting an all-time demo low), while Fox’s Mob Doctor fell 23 percent to a 1.0 rating and slipped to 3.5 million total viewers.

Elsewhere on Monday….

* On the CBS sitcom front, How I Met Your Mother (8.2 mil/3.2) and Partners (5.7 mil/2.1) both dipped 11 percent in the demo, while 2 Broke Girls (9 mil/3.4) and Mike & Molly (8.5 mil/2.9) only slipped a few percentage points, with the former standing as the night’s highest-rated scripted fare.

* Bones opened Fox’s night with 6.9 million total viewers and a 2.1, down 9 percent week-to-week.

* Setting the table for Revolution, The Voice upticked a bit to 12.32 mil and a 4.5, besting all comers in both measures.

* The CW’s presentation of the iHeartRadio Music Festval drew 1.72 mil and a 0.7, up more than 300 percent from the L.A. Complex finale.

What were you tuned into this Monday night?