TV Ratings: 'Revolution' premiere big for NBC; 'Mob Doctor' weak for FOX

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revolution-review-nbc.jpgFast National ratings for Monday, Sept. 17, 2012

J.J. Abrams' new drama "Revolution" got off to a strong start for NBC, earning 11.7 million viewers and keeping almost all of its lead-in audience from two hours of "The Voice," which was up an average of a million viewers over last week's premiere.

That strong block was enough for NBC to win the night easily at 12.8 million viewers, 7.7 rating/12 share in households. FOX, airing the premiere of "Bones" and "The Mob Doctor," had a so-so second-place showing at 6.5 million viewers and a 4.0/6 -- the "Bones" premiere was down over 2 million viewers from last season and "The Mob Doctor" premiered modestly, losing 2.7 million of its lead-in audience.

After NBC and FOX, ABC was third at 6.2 million, 4.1/6, CBS was fourth at 4.5 million, 3.1/5 and the CW was fifth at 672,000, 0.4/1.

In the adults 18-49 demo, NBC crushed the competition with a 4.4, followed by FOX at 1.9, ABC at 1.7, CBS at 1.3 and the CW at 0.3.

Monday hour by hour:

8 p.m.

NBC:
"The Voice" (12.8 million viewers, 7.7 rating/12 share in households)
FOX: "Bones" season premiere (7.8 million, 4.8/7)
ABC: "CMA Music Festival" (6.6 million, 4.3/6)
CBS: "How I Met Your Mother" reruns (4.3 million, 2.9/4)
CW: "The L.A. Complex" (807,000, 0.5/1)

18-49 leader: "The Voice" (4.3)

9 p.m.

NBC:
"The Voice" (13.96 million, 8.4/12)
ABC: "CMA Music Festival" (6.1 million, 4.0/6)
FOX: "The Mob Doctor" series premiere (5.1 million, 3.2/5)
CBS: "2 Broke Girls" rerun (4.9 million, 3.2/5)
CW: "The L.A. Complex" (536,000, 0.4/1)

18-49 leader: "The Voice" (4.9)

10 p.m.

NBC:
"Revolution" series premiere (11.7 million, 7.1/11)
ABC: "CMA Music Festival (5.96 million, 4.0/6)
CBS: "Hawaii Five-0" rerun (4.4 million, 3.1/5)

18-49 leader: "Revolution" (4.1)

Ratings information includes live and same-day DVR viewing. All numbers are preliminary and subject to change. Source: The Nielsen Company.
Photo/Video credit: NBC