My apologies for not updating this weekend. It has been a busy weekend and Monday is busy for me as well. I will catch up with ratings recaps soon as well as the review of ABC's new game show You Deserve It, premiering tonight as soon as possible!
8:00 Dancing with the Stars
9:00 You Deserve It (SERIES PREMIERE)
10:00 Castle #67 "Kill Shot"
ABC is all new with the final performance night of Dancing with the Stars, which should do very well. The new inspirational game show You Deserve It follows as it will be the December filler between Dancing with the Stars and The Bachelor. It should do better than last year's disastrous Skating with the Stars, but it probably won't set the world on fire with its ratings. The lack of a Dancing with the Stars lead-in will probably make Castle drop some from its last airing.
Prediction: Dancing - 19.1 million, 3.4/Deserve - 10.8 million, 2.6/Castle - 10.1 million, 2.2
8:00 How I Met Your Mother #147 "The Rebound Girl"
8:30 2 Broke Girls #10 "And the Very First Christmas Thanksgiving"
9:00 Two and a Half Men #187 "Fishbowl Full of Glass Eyes"
9:30 Mike & Molly #33 "Mike Cheats"
10:00 Hawaii Five-0 #34 "Ki'ilua"
CBS is all new including Thanksgiving themed episodes of 2 Broke Girls and Mike & Molly. The 8pm comedies should be steady while the 9pm comedies could be up with no competition from Dancing with the Stars. Hawaii Five-0 could be slightly down with Castle back.
Prediction: Mother - 10.1 million, 4.5/Girls - 10.8 million, 4.6/Men - 15.3 million, 5.5/Mike&Molly - 12.9 million, 4.5/Hawaii - 11.5 million, 3.1
8:00 The Sing Off
10:00 Rock Center with Brian Williams
NBC is all new with its lackluster lineup. Expect more of the same from both these shows which won't be on Monday for too much longer.
Prediction: Sing Off - 4.3 million, 1.4/Rock Center - 3.6 million, 0.9
8:00 Terra Nova #8 "Vs."
9:00 House #162 "Dead & Buried"
FOX is all new with its fading lineup. This pairing seems to get weaker by the week and they could be down some again this week.
Prediction: Nova - 6.6 million, 2.2/House - 6.5 million, 2.4