Ratings: The Voice and Blacklist Rise, Broke Girls Returns Down, The Millers and Sleepy Slip to Lows, Jane Dips

Blacklist Season 2 Ratings

NBC’s The Voice this Monday drew 12.5 million total viewers and a 3.7 rating (per finals), adding some eyeballs as well as three tenths in the demo week-to-week against a well-watched Monday Night Football contest.

Leading out of that, The Blacklist did 9.6 mil and a 2.5, up one tenth.


CBS | 2 Broke Girls returned to 8.4 mil and a 2.4, up from its May finale (6.5 mil/2.0) but down from both its previous premiere (8.9 mil/2.8, at 9 pm) and How I Met Your Mother‘s year-ago opener in the Monday lead-off spot (9.4 mil/3.7). We’re also talking 40 percent lower numbers than the mighty Big Bang last did in the time slot. With that new lead-in, The Millers (6.9 mil/1.7) slipped 19 percent to a series low demo, and Scorpion (10.4 mil/2.3) and NCIS: LA (8.7 mil/1.6) each ticked down a tenth, with the latter matching its all-time demo low.

FOX | Gotham (5.9 mil/2.2) dipped a tenth, while Sleepy Hollow (4.6 mil/1.6) slipped two tenths, with both shows at series lows.

ABC | With NFL preemptions subtracted out, Dancing With the Stars (12.6 mil/1.9) dipped a tenth, while Castle (8.8 mil/1.6) inched up a tenth.

THE CW | The Originals (1.3 mil/0.6) was flat, while Jane the Virgin (1.1 mil/0.4) fell 15 and 20 percent in Week 3. That said, The CW notes that Jane — which already has  a full-season order — is up a good 30 percent over the time slot a year ago.

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