Monday evening’s TV ratings are in as the networks faced off against Game Five of the World Series. Here’s a brief rundown:
- NBC’s new drama series The Blacklist scored a 3.1 rating in the 18-49 demo and 10.66 million viewers, rising 3% from last week’s 3.0 rating.
- Over on CBS, How I Met Your Mother ticked down 3% from last week’s 3.0 rating to a 2.9 rating and 7.63 million viewers, while 2 Broke Girls rose 4% to a 2.6 rating and 7.6 million viewers and Mom dropped two tenths to a 2.1 rating and 6.61 million viewers.
- The new CBS drama series Hostages garnered a 1.3 rating and 4.95 million viewers, which is up 8% from last week’s series low 1.2 rating.
- ABC’s Castle notched a 2.1 rating and 10.68 million viewers for a rise of 11% from last week’s season low 1.9 rating, besting The Blacklist in overall viewership.
- On The CW, Hart of Dixie matched last week’s 0.4 rating and scored 1.13 million viewers while Beauty and the Beast garnered a 0.3 rating and 870,000 viewers, which is even with last week’s performance.
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