CBS' "Under the Dome" won Monday night in viewers, elevating the network to No. 1 most watched overall.
Based on a sci-fi novel by Stephen King, the CBS show was up 5% in viewership, with roughly 7.2-million people tuning in compared with the 6.9 million last week, according to Nielsen.
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According to data provided by Canvs, a social TV platform created by social media insights firm Mashwork, there were 6,429 total tweets about this week's episode. About 37.8% of tweets contained an emotion that expressed love.
It had a rating of 1.5 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demo, tying it with Fox's "Hotel Hell" for third most watched in the key demo.
With roughly 5.5-million viewers, CBS was the first most watched of the night.
On Fox, both "Hotel Hell" and "Masterchef" saw increases in ratings. With a rating of 2.0, Gordon Ramsay's culinary showdown, up 11% from last week, was the No. 1 most watched show in the key demo.
Roughly 4-million people tuned in to "Hotel Hell," which also features Ramsay. It earned a 1.5 in the key demo, helping Fox tie with NBC for most watched network in the desired category with a rating of 1.7.
About 5.4-million people tuned in to Fox. However, due to NFL preseason preemptions, ratings for NBC are approximate.
"American Ninja Warrior," down 5% from its most recent non-recap episode, earned a rating of 1.9 in the key demo. With roughly 6.1-million viewers, it earned the No. 2 most watched program of the night overall and in the key demo.
Also on the network, "Running Wild With Bear Grylls" was down 20% from last week with a rating of 1.2 in the key demo. About 4.2-million people tuned in, a decrease in the 4.6-million viewers who watched last week's episode, which guest-starred Channing Tatum.
ABC's "Bachelor in Paradise" decreased 13% from last week, earning a rating of 1.3 in the key demo. Also on the network, "Mistresses" was down 30%, tying its series low with a rating of 0.7 in the key demo.
"America's Next Top Model" returned to CW with the season premiere of cycle 21. However, averaging about 1.1-million viewers, the show didn't fare as well with fans.
With a rating of 0.5 in the key demo, the Tyra Banks-hosted series was down 17% from last season's premiere, which earned 0.6 in that same desired category.
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