Ratings: DWTS and Castle Down, The Voice Rises, Mom and Molly Hit Lows

Nov 12 2013, 11:28am CST | by TV Line

Ratings: DWTS and Castle Down, The Voice Rises, Mom and Molly Hit Lows
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Dancing With the Stars stumbled this week, hitting an all-time demo low for a Monday telecast — with a 1.7 rating — while dipping 9 percent in audience to 12.5 million total viewers.

Castle in turn dropped 6 and 14 percent, to 10.1 mil and a 1.9.

RELATED | Read TVLine’s Recaps for Dancing With the Stars and Castle

Elsewhere….

CBS | How I Met Your Mother (8.1 mil/3.1) shed viewers and 9 percent in the demo, 2 Broke Girls (8.2 mil/2.7) ticked up a tenth, Mike & Molly (8.6 mil/2.2) fell 15 percent to an all-time fall low and Mom (7 mil/1.9) slipped a tenth to a series low. Hostages (4.5 mil/1.1) lost some viewers but held steady in the demo.

NBC | The Voice (11.9 mil/3.8) rose two tenths in the demo, while The Blacklist (10.7 mil/3.0) hit a four-week high in audience and ticked up a tenth in the demo. Fun fact: Blacklist packs on, like, an additional 5 million viewers with DVR playback.

RELATED | The Voice Top 12 Performance Recap: Another Day for You and Me in Paradise?

FOX | Bones‘ Monday finale (7.4 mil/2.0) added a few viewers while flat in the demo, and Sleepy Hollow matched last week’s 7 mil/2.5.

RELATED | Sleepy Hollow Recap: Getting a Head

THE CW | Hart of Dixie (1.16 mil/0.4) and Beauty and the Beast (905K/0.3) added some eyeballs while flat in the demo.

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Source: TV Line

 
 
 

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