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Ratings: ‘Almost Human’ Drops in Demo, NBC Takes Night With ‘The Voice,’ ‘Blacklist’

”Dancing With the Stars“ season finale drops 19 percent from last year

Fox’s new drama “Almost Human” dipped in the key 18-49 demo Monday, while the one-two punch of “The Voice” and “The Blacklist” took the night’s top two rating spots and propelled NBC to first place in the demo.

ABC was the most-watched network thanks to “Dancing With the Stars,”according to preliminary numbers.

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NBC grabbed first place in the demo with a 3.2 rating/9 share and was second in total viewers with 11.1 million. Though dipping slightly from last week and hitting a series low for a fall Monday telecast, “The Voice” at 8 p.m. took top ratings honors with a 3.3/9 and had 11.3 million total viewers. “Blacklist” at 10 held even with its last original two weeks ago, taking second place in the demo with a 3.0/8 and nabbing 10.8 million total viewers.

ABC, Fox and CBS had a three-way tie for second in the demo, each taking a 2.1, with ABC grabbing first in total viewers with 13.3 million. The season finale of “Dancing With the Stars” dropped 19 percent from last November’s finale with a 2.2/6 but was the night’s most-watched show with 14.2 million total viewers. “Castle” at 10 was up 11 percent with a 2.1/6 and 11.4 million total viewers.

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Though CBS’s numbers are skewed by an NFL pre-emption in San Francisco, the network currently holds third place in total viewers with 6.8 million. “How I Met Your Mother” was down 6 percent from last week, touching a season low of 2.9/8 with 8 million total viewers, while “2 Broke Girls” at 8:30 pulled even with last week for a 2.7/7 and had 7.9 million total viewers. “Mike & Molly” at 9 ticked up to a 2.5/6 with 8.4 million total viewers, while the freshman comedy “Mom” at 9:30 climbed 16 percent to a 2.2/6 and had 7.3 million total viewers. “Hostages” at 10 was up 10 percent for a 1.1/3 with 4.6 million total viewers.

Fox, in fourth place among total viewers with 6.3 million, aired “Almost Human” at 8, which, though down 17 percent in the demo with a 1.9/5, pulled even with last Monday in total viewers, taking 6 million. “Sleepy Hollow” the following hour dipped 12 percent to a 2.2/6 and drew 6.6 million total viewers.

Univision was fifth in ratings and total viewers with a 1.1/3 and 3 million, while Telemundo followed in sixth place with a 0.5/1 and 1.3 million. The CW was seventh with a 0.3/1 and 920,000 total viewers.