Ratings: Gotham Returns Up, Blindspot Comes Back to Series Lows

Gotham Ratings Season 2

Fox’s Gotham returned from its long winter nap on Monday with 4.2 million total viewers and a 1.5 demo rating, up a tick from its fall finale and on par with its Season 2 average.

Versus what X-Files was doing in the time slot (because someone will ask), the Batman origin drama was down 49 and 42 percent.

With a softer lead-in, Lucifer (3.9 mil/1.3) slipped 20 percent and two tenths, to series lows.

Elsewhere in the ratings….

NBC | The Voice opened Season 10 with 13.2 million viewers and a 3.4 rating, up in audience but off a tenth in the demo from its fall premiere. Blindspot returned from its bazillion-week hiatus to 6.8 mil and a 1.8, down a few eyeballs plus a tenth in the demo to hit new series lows.

CBS | Supergirl (6.8 mil/1.4), Scorpion (9.2 mil/1.5) and NCIS: LA (7.9 mil/1.2) all ticked down, with the first two hitting series lows.

ABC | The Bachelor (8.1 mil/2.5) and Castle (5.3 mil/1.1) each dropped a handful of eyeballs while steady in the demo.

THE CW | Crazy Ex (900K/0.3) and Jane the Virgin (910K/0.3) were flat.

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