Monday evening’s TV ratings are in. Here’s a brief rundown:
- The penultimate episode of season one of Fox’s The Following saw an uptick in viewership, hitting a 2.4 rating in the 18-49 demo and 6.97 million viewers. That’s a rise of three tenths from last week’s series low 2.1 rating.
- Also on Fox, Bones was even with last week’s 1.9 rating and garnered 6.87 million viewers.
- Over on ABC, Castle earned a 2.2 rating and 11.71 million viewers, making it the most watched scripted program of the night.
- NBC’s Revolution notched a 2.2 rating and 6.24 million viewers, which is even with its last original episode’s performance.
- The CBS comedy Rules of Engagement hit a series low 1.5 rating and 4.96 million viewers, which is down six tenths from last week’s 2.1 rating.
- Finally, over at The CW, 90210 scored a 0.3 rating and 590,000 viewers. That’s up a tenth from last week’s 0.2 rating.
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