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Ratings: 2 Broke Girls, Dancing, Castle Grow; Hostages Steady

Oct 15, 2013 01:12 PM ET
by Joyce Eng

Federico Dordei and Kat Dennings

CBS saw some minor improvement with its revamped Monday lineup.

Airing behind How I Met Your Mother, which was flat with 8 million viewers and a 3.0 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, 2 Broke Girls (7.9 million, 2.5) rose 9 percent from last week’s series low and improved on We Are Men‘s numbers by 40 percent. Mom, however, dropped 10 percent to 7.3 million and a 1.9 behind a Big Bang Theory repeat, but Hostages (5.2 million, 1.2) held steady for the first time this season.

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NBC won the night with The Voice (13.8 million, 4.5), which held steady, and The Blacklist (11.4 million, 3.2), which grew a tenth.

Fox saw both its shows Bones (7.1 million, 2.0) and Sleepy Hollow (7.5 million, 2.6) slip a bit, while ABC’s Dancing with the Stars (12.8 million, 2.1) and Castle (11.1 million, 2.2) both inched up a few tenths.

On The CW, Hart of Dixie (1.1 million, 0.4) was flat and Beauty and the Beast (924,000, 0.3) lost a tenth.

8 p.m.
CBS: How I Met Your Mother 8 million viewers (3.0 demo rating); 2 Broke Girls 7.9 million (2.5)
ABC: Dancing with the Stars 12.8 million (2.1) [8-10 p.m.]
Fox: Bones 7.1 million (2.0)
NBC: The Voice 13.8 million (4.5) [8-10 p.m.]
CW: Hart of Dixie 1.1 million (0.4)

9 p.m.
CBS: The Big Bang Theory (R) 8.5 million (2.2); Mom 7.3 million (1.9)
Fox: Sleepy Hollow 7.5 million (2.6)
CW: Beauty and the Beast 924,000 (0.3)

10 p.m.
CBS:
 Hostages 5.2 million (1.2)
ABC: Castle 11.1 million (2.2)
NBC: The Blacklist 11.4 million (3.2)


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