TV Ratings: 'The Blacklist' bows out down, '24: Live Another Day' slips from premiere

By Kyle Johnson,

Several shows finished their season on Monday night, while 24: Live Another Day predictably fell after a relatively strong premiere last week.

NBC took the night with a 2.8 in the 18-49 demographic and 10.8 million viewers. The Voice was steady on the night with a 3.0 rating, while The Blacklist closed outs its freshman season slightly down, to a 2.6 in the demo, reports HitFix.

ABC was a distant second with a 2.1 in the demo, but averaged 12.66 million viewers, for the stronger overall audience. Dancing With the Stars improved to a 2.2 rating as Castle bowed out to a steady 2.0 in the demo, which is an improvement over last year's finale.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox took in a 1.8 in the 18-49 demo and averaged 6.3 million viewers. Bones ticked up to a 1.6 rating, while 24 slipped to a 2.0 in the demo, which isn't a bad slide.

With a 1.3 rating in the advertiser-important demo and 5.2 million viewers, CBS was far behind the other major networks. After a 2 Broke Girls encore, the cancelled Friends With Better Lives inched down to a 1.5 demo rating. Mike & Molly was up slightly to a 2.0 in the demo.

The CW averaged a 0.4 in the demo and 1.06 million viewers. Star-Crossed was the only new episode for the network and finished its season with an improved 0.4 rating.



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