The broadcast networks were in the spring doldrums last night, with a number of shows trickling down in the ratings from last week. That included the two Monday series whose fates are yet to be decided: CBS freshman Supergirl (1.2), which dipped a tenth to a demo season low in Live+Same Day, and ABC veteran Castle (1.0), which also slipped a tenth the day Deadline broke the news of star Stana Katic’s exit after holding steady at a 1.1 for the previous six airings.
Also off from last Monday were ABC’s Dancing With The Stars (1.6, -0.4), CBS’ Scorpion (1.5, -0.1) and NCIS: Los Angeles (1.2, -0.1), and NBC’s Blindspot (1.3, -0.1 to tie a Live+SD low).
The CW’s My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (0.3) ended its modestly rated freshman season on a positive note, up a tenth from last week. Fellow renewed newbie, Fox’s Lucifer (1.3), was up two tenths.
NBC’s The Voice (2.2) was even with its fast national last week, down a tenth from the final, while the CW’s Jane The Virgin (0.4) held steady. NBC won the night in 18-49 (1.9), ABC in total viewers (9.3 million).