These ratings are reflected in the updated TV Renewal/Cancelation Scorecard.

The return of “Dancing with the Stars” sparked a Monday comeback for ABC, providing a much needed late season boost for the network. The 12th season of the dancing competition averaged a 5.3 in the demo over two hours, and more than 22 million viewers. That boosted “Castle” to a recent high of a 3.1 in the demo, and more than 12 million viewers.

NBC suffered the most, with all series hitting series lows. While “The Event” is virtually guaranteed for cancellation with a 1.2 in the demo, previously “Harry’s Law” and “Chuck” had been thought safe; both hit lows, drawing a 1.6 and a 1.5 respectively. While this represents some of the highest programming on NBC’s slate, what does it keep at those levels? “Chuck” a perennial bubble show, is back once more.

“The Chicago Code” fell to a series low; it’s now in danger of cancelation.

8 pm

Dancing with the Stars (2 Hours): 5.3 demo, 22.6 million viewers

House: 3.4 demo, 9.3 million viewers

How I Met Your Mother: 3.1 demo, 8 million viewers

Chuck: 1.5 demo, 4.3 million viewers

*90210: 0.3 demo, .8 million viewers


Mad Love: 2.4 demo, 6.6 million viewers

9 pm

*Two and a Half Men: 2.6 demo, 9.1 million viewers

The Chicago Code: 1.8 demo, 6.3 million viewers

The Event: 1.2 demo, 4 million viewers

*Gossip Girl: 0.2 demo, 0.5 million viewers

9:30 pm

Mike & Molly: 3.0 demo, 9.7 million viewers

10 pm

Castle: 3.1demo, 12.7 million viewers

Hawaii Five-0: 2.9 demo, 9.8 million viewers

Harry’s Law: 1.6 demo, 8.2 million viewers



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