NBC topped Monday, despite new lows for The Voice and Smash.
The Voice dropped 10 percent, drawing 9.9 million and a 3.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, to hit a season low, while Smash (5.9 million, 1.9) slumped to a series low. Still, that was enough for NBC to win the coveted demo with a 3.1 average.
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It was a down night overall, as How I Met Your Mother (7.3 million, 3.0) and Bones (7 million, 2.1) fell to season lows in the demo, and 2 Broke Girls (8.4 million, 3.3) and Dancing with the Stars' performance show (16.3 million, 2.8) dipped to all-time lows. Dancing's audience stayed flat from last week, helping ABC win the night in viewership.
Rebounding from a series low last week, Two and a Half Men (11 million, 3.7) rose a tenth. Men posted the highest demo of the night, beating The Voice for the first time this season. Also up were Castle (11.5 million, 2.2) and House (5.6 million, 2.0).
CBS:How I Met Your Mother 7.3 million (3.0); 2 Broke Girls 8.4 million (3.3)
ABC:Dancing with the Stars16.3 million (2.8) [8-10 p.m.]
Fox:Bones 7 million (2.1)
NBC:The Voice9.9 million (3.6) [8-10 p.m.]
CW:Gossip Girl 1.1 million (0.6)
CBS:Two and a Half Men (11 million, 3.7); Mike & Molly 9.5 million (3.1)
Fox:House 5.06 million (2.0)
CW:Hart of Dixie 1.3 million (0.6)
CBS:Hawaii Five-0 (R) 6.1 million (1.6)
ABC:Castle 11.5 million (2.2)
NBC:Smash5.9 million (1.9)