The Monday TV ratings for November 9th are in; here are some of the highlights:
- The night was won by a non-scripted show, namely The Voice on NBC, in the 8 p.m. slot, which is pretty much habit for Monday nights at this point. The singing competition show came in with a strong 3.2 in the key demos, and a little under 12 million viewers.
- The biggest scripted program of the night, not entirely surprising, was also on NBC. Having just been renewed for Season 2, Blindspot kept steady from last week with 2.2 in the demo in the 10 p.m. slot, with some 7.6 million viewers in total.
- Back in the 8 p.m. slot, Dancing with the Stars on ABC came in with a 2.0 and approximately 12.5 million viewers in all, while Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, on The CW, was even with last week to gain a 0.8 in the key demos and just a little under a million viewers.
CBS’s Supergirl saw another dip from its impressive premiere numbers in the 8 p.m. slot, coming in with a 1.7 and 8.1 million viewers overall, and Fox’s Gotham pulled in a solid 1.7 in the key demos, and some 4.1 million viewers.
- In the 9 p.m. slot, Scorpion won out with a 1.8 in the demo and 9.1 million viewers overall, which is nothing to sniff at for CBS’s hacker-isn drama. Meanwhile, Jane the Virgin stayed steady on The CW with a 0.4 and a little under 1.1 million viewers in total.
- Finally, other than Blindspot staying strong, the 10 p.m. slot showed losses for ABC’s Castle, down a tenth to 1.0 in the key demos and some 6.2 million viewers all tolled. Meanwhile, on CBS, NCIS: Los Angeles with a 1.2 in the demo, and 7.8 million viewers in total.