Ratings: DWTS and The Voice Dip to Lows, Revolution and Hawaii Five-0 Rise

Ratings Revolution The VoiceTwo 10 o’clock shows — NBC’s Revolution and CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 — were the only gainers on this oddly quiet second Monday of sweeps.

The Voice opened NBC’s night with 11.9 million total viewers and a 3.9 demo rating, down 6 and 9 percent week-to-week to tie a season low. But Revolution led out of that with 6.3 mil and a 2.0 rating (adjusted down per finals), rising two tenths.

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Hawaii Five-0 meanwhile netted 7.8 mil/1.9, ticking up two tenths.

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Elsewhere on CBS, How I Met Your Mother (7 mil/2.6) and Mike & Molly (7.9 mil/2.2) dipped to hit and tie season lows, respectively, while Rules of Engagement (6.7 mil/2.1) and 2 Broke Girls (7.9 mil/2.6) were flat.

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Over on ABC, Dancing With the Stars (12.9 mil/1.9) slipped two tenths to a series low for a performance show. Castle‘s penultimate Season 5 episode held steady at 10.8 mil/2.0.

The CW’s Oh Sit! (900K/0.3) and 90210 (610K/0.3) were both added a few viewers while flat in the demo.

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For the completists out there, Fox’s Rihanna thing drew 1.7 million viewers and a 0.8, while a Bones rerun did 2.5 mil/0.6.

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