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Wednesday, December 4, 2013


8:00 A Charlie Brown Christmas
Viewers: 7.1 million, 18-49 demo: 1.9
9:00 CMA Country Christmas
Viewers: 7.4 million, 18-49 demo: 1.5

8:00 How I Met Your Mother
Viewers: 8.0 million, 18-49 demo: 3.0
8:30 2 Broke Girls
Viewers: 8.5 million, 18-49 demo: 2.7
9:00 Mike & Molly
Viewers: 8.7 million, 18-49 demo: 2.4
9:30 Mom
Viewers: 7.7 million, 18-49 demo: 2.1
10:00 Hostages
Viewers: 4.5 million, 18-49 demo: 1.1 

8:00 The Voice
Viewers: 12.0 million, 18-49 demo: 3.4
10:00 The Blacklist
Viewers: 11.7 million, 18-49 demo: 3.2

8:00 Almost Human
Viewers: 5.9 million, 18-49 demo: 1.7
9:00 Sleepy Hollow (Repeat)
Viewers: 3.1 million, 18-49 demo: 0.9 

Monday night had big numbers for the fall finale of The Blacklist. First up on NBC, The Voice was up half a million viewers and even in the demo as it has finally stabilized again. It could go up for its final couple weeks next week and the week after. At 10pm, The Blacklist was up seven tenths in viewers and two tenths in the demo for its best demo since the second episode of the series back in September. This show has already gotten a second season as of this week and it will get a chance to run without The Voice as a lead-in for three weeks in January. I think it will hold up well. Over on FOX, week three of Almost Human was down two tenths in viewers and the demo. It has now fallen below anything Bones was doing in this slot. It's going to be hard for FOX to justify keeping Bones on Friday if this downward trend continues.

On CBS, How I Met Your Mother started things off up four tenths in viewers and a tenth in the demo. At 8:30pm, 2 Broke Girls was up seven tenths in viewers and even in the demo. Mike & Molly followed and was up two tenths in viewers and down a tenth in the demo. Mom fell back from its big jump last week as it was up three tenths in viewers but down two tenths in the demo. This show swings back and forth more than most sitcoms. At 10pm, Hostages was down 1.1 million viewers but even in the demo. It looks like the absence of Dancing with the Stars/Castle and a Sleepy Hollow repeat did very little to help CBS. Finally on ABC, the annual special A Charlie Brown Christmas did well for a special that's almost 50 years old but not as well as it usually does. The fourth CMA Country Christmas did alright in total viewers.

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