Ratings: NCIS: LA Finale Hits 3-Week Highs, Houdini & Doyle Opens Low

NCIS LA Finale Ratings

CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles closed Season 7 on Monday night with 7.9 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating, ticking up to three-week highs and tying NBC’s Blindspot for the first time.

Opening the Eye’s night, Mike & Molly‘s first half-hour (7 mil/1.3) matched last week’s midseason premiere, while the second outing rose to 7.2 mil/1.4. Leading out of an old Bang (7 mil/1.5), The Odd Couple (6 mil/1.3) was down sharply from last Thursday’s episode (8.2 mil/1.7).

Elsewhere in the ratings….

FOX | Gotham (3.6 mil/1.2) hit and held onto series lows. Houdini & Doyle debuted to 2.6 mil and a 0.7 — down 45 and 55 percent from Lucifer‘s Season 1 average (4.7 mil/1.5).

THE CW | Reign (1 mil/0.3) was steady, Jane the Virgin (900K/0.3) ticked down.

ABC | Dancing With the Stars (11.6 mil/1.8) was steady. Castle (6.23 mil/1.0) inched up to a three-week high in audience while dipping a tenth in the demo.

NBC | The Voice (9.9 mil/2.1) rose a tenth, Blindspot (5.5 mil/1.3) dipped.

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