Monday evening’s TV ratings are in. Here’s a brief rundown:
- Fox’s new drama series Almost Human made its timeslot debut sans Sunday Night Football lead-in and slipped to a 2.2 rating in the 18-49 demo and 6.63 million viewers, which is a significant drop from Sunday’s 3.1 rating. Creatively the show has gotten off to a strong start, so hopefully the audience holds next week. Read Allison’s recap of last night’s episode here.
- Also on Fox, Sleepy Hollow dropped one tenth to a 2.5 rating and 7.07 million viewers.
- Over on CBS, How I Met Your Mother was even with last week’s 3.1 rating and scored 8.08 million viewers, Mike & Molly matched last week’s series low 2.3 rating and hit 7.95 million viewers, Mom was even with last week’s series low 1.9 rating and garnered6.73 million viewers, and Hostages earned a new series low with a 1.0 rating and 4.48 million viewers.
- The CW’s Hart of Dixie match last week’s 0.4 rating and notched 1.04 million viewers, while Beauty and the Beast was flat with last week’s 0.3 rating and scored 700,000 viewers.
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