Monday Night Ratings: Minority Report in Trouble, Blindspot and Gotham Hold Tight

While Gotham's big surprise should bring it some increases in the timeshifted Live+3 and Live+7 ratings, the buzz leading up to it didn't change the ratings for Monday night's episode. It dropped .1 in the ratings to 1.5, with 4.2 million total viewers, a near-imperceptible change from last week.

Freshman series Blindspot also dropped by just one tenth in ratings to a 2.5 with 9.1 million viewers, seeing an increase in young adult viewers.

Minority Report, however, has dropped considerably from week to week in its three episodes so far, with .7 and 2.3 million viewers, a .2 drop from the second episode, which is more significant when only at a .9 starting point.


The Big Bang Theory had the top entertainment series at a 3.7 and 15 million viewers, and as usual, Monday Night Football won overall with a 9.9 rating. Just jocks beating up nerds, once again.