In its second outing on Monday night, Fox’s new Almost Human slipped 17% compared to previous Monday in the demo, clocking a 1.9 rating, and about 6 million viewers, which put it in fourth place among broadcasters on both counts. It held 100% of its audience throughout the hour.  The show also retained 100% of its teen audience, week to week. One week earlier, the futuristic cop drama had logged about 6.3 million viewers and landed in a three-way tie for second place in the demo with a 2.2 rating in fast nationals, tumbling 29% in its move to Monday after a Sunday premiere behind an NFL double-header. Fox projects the new drama episode will climb  to a 3.1 or 3.2 demo rating when Live+7 Day stats come out and estimates the episode will be viewed by more than 14 million via 30-day multi-platform viewing.  Following Almost Human, Fox’s Sleepy Hollow slid 12% from previous Monday in the demo (2.2) but was nonetheless the No. 2 drama of the night overall. (Last week Sleepy Hollow went up a tenth in the finals to a 2.6 rating, as had NBC’s The Voice.)

ABC was Monday’s most watched broadcaster for the fourth consecutive week, and equaled its best demo number since season-premiere Monday, tying for No. 2 on the night in the demo. But its Dancing With The Stars season finale (2.2) fell 19% compared to last year’s Monday night performance finale (this season ABC took the competition series from two nights a week to one). After Dancing, Castle (2.1) climbed compared to previous Monday, though it got trounced by NBC’s Blacklist (3.2) in the demo; Castle was the night’s most watched scripted TV show for the sixth week in a row.

Due to a NFL pre-emption in San Francisco (the market represents 2.2% of the country), fast nationals for CBS shows are approximate; they suggest No. 2 timeslot status for How I Met Your Mother (2.9), 2 Broke Girls (2.7), and Mike & Molly (2.5), a Mom tie for third (2.2) at 9:30 PM, and third-place status at 10 for Hostages (1.1).  HIMYM slipped 6% to its season low, pending more reliable stats,  and 2BG came in flat, week to week; but M&M, Mom, and Hostages climbed by double digits.

Jimmy
10 months
Because it lost it's huge football lead in and before the DVR results are in.
Demo
10 months
DWTS is the only show I watch on ABC. It should be two nights. It's top quality...
N tTVf
10 months
Regarding HIMYM (and 2Broke Girl) stats - I live up here in the SF Bay Area, and...

NBC won six of six half-hours among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox Monday night in adults 18-49, with the No. 1 and No. 2 ranked shows of the night on the those nets, The Voice and The Blacklist.

The Voice (3.3 demo rating, 11.3 million viewers) ranked or tied for No. 1 among broadcasters in every key demographic – adults, men and women 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54. The Blacklist (3.0) matched its prior rating, on November 11, despite last week’s preemption.  In total viewers, it was the most-watched  Blacklist since Oct. 14 (10.9 million). Blacklist has generated the three biggest total-viewer increases going from L+SD to L+7 in U.S. TV history.