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Tuesday, November 4, 2014


8:00 Dancing with the Stars
Viewers: 13.1 million, 18-49 demo: 2.0
10:00 Countdown to the CMA Awards
Viewers: 7.4 million, 18-49 demo: 1.2

8:00 2 Broke Girls
Viewers: 8.0 million, 18-49 demo: 2.2
8:30 The Millers
Viewers: 6.8 million, 18-49 demo: 1.6
9:00 Scorpion
Viewers: 10.3 million, 18-49 demo: 2.2
10:00 NCIS: Los Angeles
Viewers: 9.2 million, 18-49 demo: 1.5

8:00 The Voice
Viewers: 12.1 million, 18-49 demo: 3.5
10:00 The Blacklist
Viewers: 9.3 million, 18-49 demo: 2.4

8:00 Gotham

Viewers: 6.6 million, 18-49 demo: 2.4
9:00 Sleepy Hollow
Viewers: 4.5 million, 18-49 demo: 1.5

On the first Monday in November, CBS saw its lineup slip and three shows hit series lows. The best news came at 8pm where 2 Broke Girls was down just four tenths in viewers and two tenths in the demo from its season premiere. This was a good hold for the show as it seems to be holding up in its lead-off slot. Then the series lows came. The Millers and Scorpion were both down a tenth in viewers and the demo. Scorpion is still getting pretty decent numbers but it's looking worse and worse for The Millers. At 10pm, NCIS: Los Angeles was up half a million viewers but down a tenth in the demo for a new series low. I know CBS expected this show to drop in its move to Monday but it's surprising that it's had such a hard time getting traction since it's had a surprisingly decent lead-in. It had a chance last night with Castle not on, and it couldn't take advantage.

On NBC, The Voice was down four tenths in viewers and two tenths in the demo while The Blacklist was down three tenths in viewers and a tenth in the demo. Both shows basically went back to where they were two weeks ago. Over on ABC, Dancing with the Stars was up half a million viewers and a tenth in the demo while a CMA Awards special was well below what Castle usually gets at 10pm. Finally, FOX saw Gotham rise for the first time as it was up seven tenths in viewers and two tenths in the demo. That made things look even worse for Sleepy Hollow, which was down a tenth in viewers and the demo to a new series low.


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