TV Ratings Report: The Blacklist Falls, Intelligence Crashes

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Airing its first episode without The Voice as a lead-in, The Blacklist kicked off 2014 with a season-low 2.5 rating among 18-49-year old.

But the drama still came out ahead of Castle and Intelligence, the latter of which was down sharply in its regular time lot debut: it only garnered 6.1 million overall viewers.

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8 p.m.
The Bachelor: 7.8 million viewers
Almost Human: 6.7 million
American Ninja Warrior: 5.5 million
Hart of Dixie: 1.3 million
How I Met Your Mother: 8.5 million/2 Broke Girls: 8.9 million

9 p.m.
Sleepy Hollow: 6.4 million
Beauty and the Beast: 800,000
Mike & Molly: 9.7 million/Mom: 8.4 million

10 p.m.
Castle: 8.9 million
Intelligence: 6.1 million
The Blacklist: 9.1 million

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I like so many shows, but I haven't be able to watch most of them because my got rid of DVR when we moved to our new house and we only have one TV.

@ Joanne

I meant to say my mum got rid of our DVR service when moved to a different house.


I likes intelligence too. They should have left it on tuesday and not compete with Blacklist.

@ jameschan

If you have DVR then it should not be a problem with both shows on the same night. Watch one and record the other.


Damn it! I like Intelligence :(