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Ratings: Two and a Half Men beats The Voice

Update: Dancing with the Stars adjusted up to 2.8 and 16.2 million viewers, 2 Broke Girls adjusted up to 3.6 beating The Voice

Two and a Half Men had a 3.7 rating and was the #1 on Monday. The Voice had a 3.5 rating, tied for second place with 2 Broke Girls. Dancing with the Stars had a 2.8 rating and 16.67 total viewers.

The Voice was down 8% from last week and DWTS was down 16% — both scoring series lows for performance shows. Not good news for the shows we follow. Who knew Mondays of all days would be this competitive!

The rest of the numbers:

From TVbytheNumbers:

CBS marked its first Monday win since the season premiere of The Voice as How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls and Mike & Molly were each up a tenth of an adults 18-49 rating point from their last originals. Two and a Half Men was down a tenth from its last original but still was the night’s highest rated show with adults 18-49 with a 3.7 rating. Hawaii Five-0 slipped a tenth vs. its last original three weeks ago to a 2.5 adults 18-49 rating

The Voice fell 8% from last Monday and marked a new series low for a performance show with a 3.5 adults 18-49 rating. Smash fell 10% to a series low 1.8 adults 18-49 rating.

Dancing with the Stars dropped 16% to a series low for a performance show with a 2.7 adults 18-49 rating. Castle was up 14% from two weeks ago to a 2.4 adults 18-49 rating.

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The Voice has dwindled in viewers since the start...each week has been worse...I think I see a pattern here!

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 @rickey  2.5 Men -- >3.8 and 2 Broke Girls --->3.6 were both adjusted up leaving The Voice Languishing in 3rd Place with 3.5. Is it a bad thing that I am happy with this news ? 


I love the judges and the banter, but I hate The Voice's format for live shows. It allows great singers to get knocked out early.


Hopefully X-Factor will be more stable this year and show that it's format is good for protecting great singers.


Once the coaches let James & Pip go, they lost the 'tween' viewers & younger viewers who were the super fans .....  I agree, that these two performers weren't the best, however, it may have been a better strategey to keep them longer for ratings purposes if that be their main concern......  JMO