Monday TV Ratings: ‘Minority Report’ Dips Low, ‘Blindspot’ Stays Steady

     October 6, 2015

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The TV ratings for Monday, October 5th are in; here are some of the highlights:

  • At 8 p.m. on CBS, The Big Bang Theory dropped a tenth of a point to a 3.7 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, and 15.03 million viewers, winning its time slot.
  • That tenth that it dropped got picked up by Scorpion at 9 p.m., which won its hour with a 1.8 rating and 9.8 million viewers for the eye network.
  • On CBS’s comedy front, Life in Pieces stayed steady with last week’s 1.9 rating at 8:30 p.m. and 9.16 million viewers, but it’s only able to hold on to half of The Big Bang Theory’s audience, which isn’t great (even though its numbers are good anyway).

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    NBC’s The Voice at 8 p.m. stayed steady with a 3.2 rating (down a tenth) and 11.9 million viewers, while Blindspot also dropped down a mere tenth from last week with a 2.5 rating and 9.08 million viewers, winning its timeslot (and basically guaranteeing a full season pickup at this point). NBC won the night both in the ratings and with viewer numbers.

  • On Fox, Gotham dropped a tenth from last week to a 1.5 rating and 4.2 million viewers at 8 p.m., and has not provided much of a lead-in for the struggling Minority Report at 9 p.m., which seems destined for the grave given its 0.7 rating and 2.28 million viewers (yikes). Fox’s complicated history with sci-fi series continues.
  • CBS closed the night out with NCIS: Los Angeles at a 1.2 rating and 7.89 million viewers at 10 p.m., and was beaten slightly by ABC’s Castle with its 1.3 rating at 10 p.m., though it had 7.33 million viewers.

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