Ratings: Blindspot Rises in Week 4, Castle Slips to New Series Low

Blindspot Ratings

NBC’s Blindspot — which has already earned a full-season order — this Monday drew 8.5 million total viewers and a 2.5 rating (per finals), up a tenth in the demo to become the fall’s first scripted series to grow in the demo week-to-week.

Opening the Peacock’s night, The Voice (12 mil/3.3) was steady week-to-week.


ABC | With NFL preemptions now factored out, Dancing With the Stars (11.8 mil/1.7) was steady while Castle (6.8 mil/1.1) dipped a tenth to a new demo low.

THE CW | Crazy Ex-Girlfriend debuted to 900,000 total viewers and a 0.3 demo rating, placing below anything The Originals did in the time slot last season; TVLine readers gave the quirky comedy an average grade of “B.” Jane the Virgin returned to 1.06 mil and a 0.4 (and an “A-” grade), down from both its series debut (1.6 mil/0.6) and freshman finale (1.2 mil/0.5) and matching its demo low.

FOX | Gotham (4.2 mil/1.5) and Minority Report (2.1 mil/0.7) matched last week’s numbers.

CBS | Big Bang (15 mil/3.9) was steady, while Life in Pieces (7.8 mil/1.8), Scorpion (9.4 mil/1.7) and NCIS: LA (7.8 mil/1.1) each dipped a tenth (with the latter hitting a series low in the demo).

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