Ratings: The Voice Hits Season High; CBS Falls
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The Voice rose to a season high Monday night.
The two-hour episode drew 14.3 million viewers and a 5.1 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, posting the show's best rating since March 12, 2012. NBC's news special Terror in Boston, which pre-empted Revolution, earned 8.8 million viewers and a 3.1, up almost a full point from Revolution's rating last week.
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ABC was second, led by Dancing with the Stars (13.4 million, 2.2), which was up a tenth. Castle (10.4 million, 2.1) dropped a tenth.
On Fox, Bones (6.4 million, 1.9) and The Following (6.4 million, 2.1) were both down a tenth.
CBS was down across the board with all its shows hitting season or series lows.
The season premiere of The CW's Oh Sit! drew 1.1 million and a 0.4, dipping a tenth from last season.
CBS: How I Met Your Mother 6.6 million viewers (2.6 demo rating); Rules of Engagement 6.1 million (2.0)
ABC: Dancing with the Stars 13.4 million (2.2) [8-10 p.m.]
Fox: Bones 6.4 million (1.9)
NBC: The Voice 14.3 million (5.1) [8-10 p.m.]
CW: Oh Sit! 1.1 million (0.4)
CBS: 2 Broke Girls 7.5 million (2.3); Mike & Molly 7.7 million (2.2)
Fox: The Following 6.4 million (2.1)
CW: 90210 560,000 (0.2)
CBS: Hawaii Five-0 7.7 million (1.8)
ABC: Castle 10.4 million (2.1)
NBC: Terror in Boston 8.8 million (3.1)
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