Ratings: Blacklist Finale Ticks Up; CW Dramas Surge; Voice, Broke Girls Slip

NBC’s The Blacklist wrapped its fall run on Monday night with 9.8 million total viewers and a 2.5 demo rating (per finals), ticking up 4 percent and a tenth.

Leading into that, The Voice playoffs, Night 1, did 11.5 mil and a 3.2, dipping 6 and 9 percent week-to-week.

Season 2 of The Blacklist resumes on Super Bowl Sunday aka Feb. 1, 2015, before the drama moves to its new Thursdays-at-9 time slot starting Feb. 5.


ABC | With NFL preemptions factored out, Dancing With the Stars (13.3 mil/2.0) and Castle (9.5 mil/1.6) both were flat.

THE CW | The Originals (1.5 mil/0.7) surged 36 and 40 percent, while Jane the Virgin (1.2 mil/0.5) saw gains of 20 and 25 percent.

FOX | Gotham (6.4 mil/2.2) dipped 5 and 7 percent, but Sleepy Hollow Starring TVLine’s Kim Roots (4.7 mil/1.5) was steady.

CBS | 2 Broke Girls (7.6 mil/1.9) slipped 5 and 14 percent, while The Millers (6.5 mil/1.5) ticked down on tenth, with both shows at series lows. Scorpion (10.1 mil/2.0) dipped 9 percent, while NCIS: LA (8.2 mil/1.5) fell 11 percent in audience but was steady in the demo.

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