Fox's drama topped the night in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic with a rating of 2.5, according to early Nielsen ratings. It posted its highest rating in three months in the key demo and averaged roughly 6.9-million viewers, making it No. 6 most-watched program of the night.
Also on the network, "Sleepy Hollow" averaged 4.5-million viewers and a rating of 1.6 in the key demo. The network benefited from both shows and ended up third in the key demo, with a rating of 2.0, and fourth overall with 5.7-million viewers.
"Scorpion" was No. 1 with 12-million viewers. The show earned its highest rating since Oct. 20 with a 2.4 in the key demo.
It tied for second in the desired category with CBS'
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However, it was Monday's most social broadcast with 247,043 tweets. According to data provided by Canvs, a social TV platform created by social media insights firm Mashwork, 81,258 of the tweets contained "reactions" such as "love," "crazy," "hate," "excited" and "good."
ABC, which was second most-watched network overall, tied with CBS in the key demo, both posting a 2.2 rating.
Meanwhile, on NBC,
"State of Affairs" stayed even with its most recent original episode on Dec. 22 with a rating of 1.0 in the key demo.
The network was fourth in the key demo with a rating of 1.7 and third overall with 5.9-million viewers.