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Friday, October 4, 2013


A day after Sleepy Hollow got an early second season renewal instead of a full season, NBC has handed a full season order to its new Monday drama The Blacklist. Airing after The Voice, The Blacklist premiered to a strong 12.6 million viewers and 3.8 demo. Week two dropped as expected but still had a good 11.4 million viewers and 3.3 demo. It's not clear yet if the show will take a break with The Voice or continue to air in January but it should continue to do well as long as it has its mammoth lead-in and with more broad appeal, it also might be able to stand on its own better.

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