Monday TV Ratings: THE BLACKLIST Rises with Fall Finale; GOTHAM Dips

     November 11, 2014


TV ratings for Monday, November 10th are in.  Here’s a brief rundown:

  • The game-changing fall finale of NBC’s The Blacklist rose 4% from last week to a 2.5 rating in the 18-49 demo and scored 9.69 million viewers, making it the highest-rated scripted program of the night.
  • While The Blacklist may have been the highest-rated scripted show of the night, CBS’ new drama series Scorpion was the most-watched with 10.04 million viewers and a 2.0 rating, which is down 10% from last week. Elsewhere on the network, 2 Broke Girls fell 14% to a series low 1.9 rating and scored 7.64 million viewers, The Millers dropped 9% to its own series low of 1.5 rating and notched 6.52 million viewers, and NCIS: Los Angeles matched last week’s series low with a 1.5 rating and 8.17 million viewers.  CBS Mondays are still suffering from The Big Bang Theory’s move back to Thursdays.
  • Over on Fox, Gotham (read Dave’s recap here) was down 8% to a 2.2 rating and scored 6.3 million viewers, while Sleepy Hollow was even with last week’s series low 1.5 rating and scored 4.6 million viewers.
  • The CW’s The Originals was up 40% to a 0.7 rating and garnered 1.54 million viewers, and Jane the Virgin rose 25% to a 0.5 rating and notched 1.22 million viewers.