According to tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com the Monday night ratings for the 10pm time slot are:
NBC The Blacklist 2.6/7 9.81
ABC Castle 1.9/5 9.70
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles 1.6/5 8.59
UPDATE: final ratings, Castle + The Blacklist adjusted down, NCISLA adjusted up (in viewers)
NBC The Blacklist 2.5/7 9.57
ABC Castle 1.6/5 8.75
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles (9:59-11PM) 1.6/5 8.68
UPDATE 11/18: via cbs.com
The season premiere of ELEMENTARY doubled its live plus same day adult 18-49 rating and gained more than +4.5 million viewers with live + 7-day lift, according to Nielsen ratings for Week Six of the season.
ELEMENTARY’s Oct. 30 debut jumped +100% in adults 18-49 with L+7 day lift (to 2.4 from 1.2) while gaining +4.51m (12.12m from 7.61m, +59%).
SCORPION (+4.25m) and BLUE BLOODS (+4.14m) both gained more than four million viewers, while NCIS (+3.86m), NCIS: LOS ANGELES (+3.85m), CRIMINAL MINDS (+3.71m), PERSON OF INTEREST (+3.64m) and NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (+3.17m) all had lifts of more than three million viewers.
Here’s what tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com has for us… will keep you updated about any changes…
NBC The Blacklist 2.5/7 9.69
ABC Castle 1.7/5 9.65
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles 1.5/4 8.17
NCIS: LOS ANGELES EVEN WITH LAST WEEK AGAINST BLACKLIST FINALE AND Castle WEDDING; BUILDS ON YEAR AGO TIME PERIOD BY +80% IN VIEWERS & +36% IN A18-49
At 10PM NCIS: LOS ANGELES averaged 8.17m, 1.5 in A18-49 (nc from last week against highly promoted Blacklist finale and Castle wedding) and 2.2 in A25-54. NCIS: LOS ANGELES improved the year ago time period by +80% in viewers, +36% in A18-49 and +69% in A25-54. NCIS: LOS ANGELES is projected to add+54% in A18-49 (to 2.3) with 7-day viewing.
UPDATE FINAL RATINGS:
NBC The Blacklist 2.5/8 9.75
ABC Castle 1.6/5 9.52
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles (9:59-11PM) 1.5/5 8.22
According to zap2it.com Castle and The Blacklist slid while NCISLA rose… yay !! 🙂
The Blacklist scored a 2.4, down four tenths from last week’s 2.8 adults 18-49 rating.
Castle earned a 1.6, down three tenths from last week’s 1.9 adults 18-49 rating.
NCIS: Los Angeles earned a 1.7, up a tenth from last week’s series low 1.6 adults 18-49 rating.
NBC The Blacklist 2.4 7 9.37
CBS NCIS: LA 1.7 5 8.65
ABC Castle 1.6 5 9.29
EDIT: final ratings by tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com
NBC The Blacklist 2.4 7 9.34
CBS NCIS: LA 1.7 5 8.78
ABC Castle 1.5 5 8.82
In season-premiere news, CBS’ “NCIS: Los Angeles” opened season six with a third-place 6.0/10 in the overnights at 10 p.m., which was 29 percent below the 9:30 p.m. portion of lead-in “Scorpion” (8.5/13). And “NCIS: Los Angeles” trailed its year-ago season-opener (9.8/15 on Tuesday 9/24/13 out of “NCIS”) by 39 percent.
LL Cool J referred to the ratings as a “big win”…
We boosted our new time slot by 51% compared to last season!!! That’s what winners do!!! #Facts #NCISLA MONDAYS @10PM.#RollWithTheWinners.
According to zap2it.com these are the final ratings for Monday’s 10pm slot
NBC The Blacklist 2.8/8 10.51
ABC Castle – Season Premiere (10:01-11PM) 2.2/6 10.75
CBS NCIS: Los Angeles – Season Premiere (9:59-11PM) 1.9/6 9.48
Doesn’t seem so bad afterall, huh ?? The three shows really seem to split the audience among them… none stands out… can be a good sign… also let’s wait for the +3days ratings… we’ll keep you in the loop…
EDIT [10/4] via zap2it.com:
NCIS: LOS ANGELES (P) added +2.92m viewers (12.41m from 9.49m, +31%), +1.1 rtg pts in adults 25-54 (3.7 from 2.6, +42%) and +0.8 in adults 18-49 (2.7 from 1.9, +42%) live plus three day lift from live plus same day. NCIS: LOS ANGELES moves into a second place tie with “Castle” in adults 25-54 with live plus three day ratings from third place live plus same day.
If you don’t quite understand the concept of the whole “rating system” (like me) maybe this post on tvguide.com will help => http://www.tvguide.com/news/networks-vod-ratings-dvr-1087477.aspx
“NCIS: Los Angeles” Sweeps Time Period
NCIS: LOS ANGELES was first in viewers (14.37m), adults 25-54 (3.3/08) and adults 18-49 (2.3/07, +44% ahead of second-place NBC).
For the night, CBS was first in viewers (13.19m), adults 25-54 (3.0/08) and second in adults 18-49 (2.0/06, -0.1 behind NBC). CBS won Tuesday for the seventh consecutive week, beating second-place NBC by more than +5 million viewers (vs. 8.08m, +63%).