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The following are the early overnight household ratings from the top 56 metered markets in half-hour breakdowns for Monday, March 7, 2016:

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Prime Averages
Network HH Rtg/Share
7.1/11
4.9/8
4.1/7
3.0/5
0.7/1







































Programming Insider Mon., Mar. 7, 2016
8:00 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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The Bachelor: The Women Tell All 5.7/9
Big Bang Theory (r) 4.6/7
The Voice 8.1/13
Gotham 3.2/5
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 0.7/1
ProgrammingInsider.com
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The Bachelor: The Women Tell All 5.5/8
Big Bang Theory (r) 4.8/7
The Voice 8.4/13
Gotham 3.0/5
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend 0.5/1
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The Bachelor: The Women Tell All 5.3/8
Scorpion (r) 4.1/6
The Voice 8.8/13
Lucifer 2.8/4
Jane the Virgin 0.7/1
9:30 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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The Bachelor: The Women Tell All 5.4/8
Scorpion (r) 3.9/6
The Voice 8.4/13
Lucifer 2.8/4
Jane the Virgin 0.7/1
10:00 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Castle 4.0/7
NCIS: Los Angeles (r) 3.8/6
Blindspot 4.8/8
10:30 PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Castle 3.6/7
NCIS: Los Angeles (r) 3.6/7
Blindspot 4.0/7
ProgrammingInsider.com
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Jimmy Kimmel 2.3/6
Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2.3/6
The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon (r) 2.9/7
12:00a PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Jimmy Kimmel 1.6/5
Late Show with Stephen Colbert 1.5/4
The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon (r) 2.0/6
12:30a PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Nightline 1.2/4
Late Late Show with James Corden 1.1/4
Late Night with Seth Meyers (r) 1.4/5
1:00a PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Late Late Show with James Corden 0.9/3
Late Night with Seth Meyers (r) 1.0/4
1:30a PROGRAM HH Rtg/
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Last Call with Carson Daly (r) 0.8/4

Source: Nielsen Media Research

Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

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  1. That had to be the worst (by far) Gotham episode I’ve seen….

    1. Let’s put the girl on deaths door in an insane asylum’s hospital ward (where they are lacking according to her doctor) to entice her husband and catch him
    2. This is the best plan per Gordon (so stupid) Since when did Gordon become a stereotypical dumb cop?
    3. He lied to his girlfriend about the murder and its made to look like he should not of….its called protecting her innocents in the matter or she could be liable for prosecution
    4. Gordon betrays Penguin….this was just dumb period
    5. No plan on catching Freeze but bullets that have been proven not to work

    I fast forwarded some parts as they were kind of ridiculous, later I revisited them only to confirm I was right….ridiculous!

    We have quite a few DC Comic shows on TV right now. I like Arrow but he was never a favorite of mine so he is out, Supergirl I never cared for so she is out. The Flash was okay but the writing for the show is SUPERB so of course its in….but Batman has always been the most well rounded as the villains are great but Gotham’s writing is just a bit (well) “ridiculous”….the first season saw the rise of Penguin and we were getting into Catwoman and the Riddler’s psychy as well as ScareCrow and the Joker….that is where this show should be at not this bad writing and see what happens. This show has lost its way IMO

  2. This TV show is, I think, the greatest TV show I’ve ever seen.” — Howard Stern on 2/29 about “Gotham” from watching the current batch of episodes.