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Ratings: NBC’s “Blindspot” Falls From Premiere, Still Wins Timeslot (Updated)

Jamie Alexander [NBC]

Final Ratings: The second episode of NBC’s “Blindspot” drew a 2.6 adults 18-49 rating with 9.105 million viewers.

Despite declining from last week’s premiere (3.1, 10.605 million) in both categories, “Blindspot” easily ranked as its timeslot’s #1 broadcast network program.

CBS’ “NCIS: LA” posted a 1.2 adults 18-49 rating with 7.662 million total viewers while ABC’s “Castle” drew a 1.2 with 6.700 million total viewers.

NBC led into “Blindspot” with “The Voice” (3.4, 12.086 million).

Fast National Ratings Update: Monday’s “Blindspot,” which was the series’ second broadcast, posted a 2.6 adults 18-49 rating with 9.08 million viewers.

Both marks trail those of the premiere episode (3.11, 10.605 million) but still position “Blindspot” as its timeslot’s #1 broadcast network program. CBS’ “NCIS: LA” drew a 1.2 with 7.55 million viewers, while ABC’s “Castle” managed a 1.6 with 7.76 million.

NBC led into “Blindspot” with “The Voice” (3.3, 11.83 million).

While NBC’s “Blindspot” could not escape the dreaded week two ratings drop, it still delivered a solid number.

It also remained its timeslot’s highest-rated broadcast network program.

Per metered market data, Monday’s “Blindspot” drew a 5.9 overnight household rating. Down from last week’s 7.1, the number still tops those drawn by the opposing CBS and ABC programs. CBS’ “NCIS: Los Angeles” drew a 5.2 in the 10PM hour, while ABC’s “Castle” posted a 4.7.

NBC led into “Blindspot” with “The Voice” (8.0 overnight household rating from 8-10PM).

Adults 18-49 and total viewership data will be available shortly.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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