"The Voice" helped NBC sing its way to the top of TV ratings Monday night.
The semifinals episode of the singing competition averaged a rating of 2.5 in the key 18-to-49-year-old demographic, according to Nielsen. Though it dropped 11% in the key demo from last week, the broadcast still won the night overall, averaging 10.6 million viewers.
Also on the network, "State of Affairs" stayed even with last week, posting a rating of 1.6 in the key demo. About 6.3 million people tuned in.
The network was No. 1 with 9.2 million viewers and a rating of 2.2 in the key demo.
"NCIS: Los Angeles," which followed, was the third most watched overall with 8.5 million viewers. It was up about 7% in the key demo with a rating of 1.6.
"2 Broke Girls" surged 25% in the key demo from its most recent original on Nov. 24. It was third in the desired category with a rating of 2.0. It averaged 7.7 million viewers.
In its Season Five premiere, "Mike & Molly" posted a rating of 1.8 in the key demo, a 31% decline from last fall's premiere. The show rounded out the top five most watched programs overall with about 8 million viewers.
The network came in second with about 8.8 million viewers and a rating of 1.9 in the key demo.
The fall finale of "Castle" was up 13% from last week with a rating of 1.7 in the key demo. It was the fourth most watched program of the night with about 8 million viewers.
ABC averaged 7.7 million viewers and posted a rating of 1.8 in the key demo.