FOX get a bit unsatisfactory, but barely disastrous, first showing for that greatly endorsed drama "The Chicago Code," that drops a significant quantity of young viewers from a powerful new episode of "House." That 9 p.m. droop, in conjunction with the usual rule of "Two along with a Half Men" and "Mike & Molly," allowed CBS to escape with a set of narrow Monday wins.
Between adults 18-49, CBS remains a 3.5 rating, pinch the 3.4 rating for FOX in the key demographic. ABC was third having a 2.9 rating, far in front of the 1.6 rating for NBC with also the 0.8 ranking for The CW.
Generally, CBS averaged approximately 11.53 million viewers and a 7.1 rating/11 share. Again, FOX would be a close second having a 6.5/10 and 10.86 million viewers. ABC's 6.2/10 and 9.58 million audiences ended an OK third. NBC would be a far-away fourth with a 3.8/6 as well as 6.37 million viewers, still happily ahead of the 1.705 million watchers and 1.2/2 for that CW.