Ratings: ‘Gotham’ Stays Strong in Demo, ‘The Voice’ Edges ‘DWTS’ Among Viewers

NBC tops Monday with singing competition and “The Blacklist”

Last Updated: October 7, 2014 @ 10:03 AM

Monday’s primetime proved that singing is slightly better than dancing, as NBC’s “The Voice” just barely topped ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” among total viewers. That said, CBS’s “Big Bang Theory” bested them all, so, you figure it out.

Still, NBC was first in ratings with a 3.3 rating/10 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and first in viewers with an average of 11.5 million, according to preliminary numbers. At 8 p.m., “The Voice” earned a 3.6/10 and 12.3 million viewers. At 10, “The Blacklist” received a 2.7/8 and 10.1 million viewers.

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CBS was second in ratings with a 2.6/8 and in viewers with 11.4 million. “Big Bang Theory” at 8 scored night-highs of a 4.4/14 and 15.5 million viewers. Following a rerun, “Scorpion” at 9 earned a 2.5/7 and 11.8 million viewers. At 10 “NCIS: Los Angeles” got a 1.6/5 and 8.6 million viewers.

Fox was third in ratings with a 2.1/6 and fourth in viewers with 5.4 million. At 8, “Gotham” received a 2.5/7 and 6.3 million viewers. “Sleepy Hollow” at 9 got a 1.7/5 and 4.5 million viewers.

ABC was fourth in ratings with a 1.8/5 and third in viewers with 11.3 million. At 8, “Dancing With the Stars” had a 1.8/5 and 12.2 million viewers. At 10, “Castle” got a 1.9/5 and 9.7 million viewers.

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Univision was fifth in ratings with a 1.0/3 and in total viewers with 2.7 million.

The CW was sixth in ratings with a 0.6/2 and seventh in total viewers with 1.2 million. At 8, the season premiere of “The Originals” dipped from last year’s to a 0.7/2 and had 1.3 million viewers. “Supernatural” at 9 got a 0.5/1 and 1.1 million viewers.

Telemundo was seventh in ratings with a 0.5/2 and sixth in total viewers with 1.3 million.

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