Grade "What Lies Beneath"
“Clear & Present Danger” finished second for the night in demo with a 1.9 and with 9.17 million viewers. The Blacklist had a 2.8 in the demo with 9.76 million viewers while NCIS: LA had a 1.6 in the demo with 9.24 million viewers.
Castle was pre-empted in three markets on Nov. 23 so the pre-lims saw an adjustment of .4 in the final numbers. It remained steady with "The Last Seduction" with a 1.1 in the rating with 6.654 million viewers.
A clue at the scene of the death of an armored-car driver leads Beckett and Castle back to an old case solved by Esposito. But complications arise when they learn that Esposito might not have been telling them everything about his past with the culprit.
For anyone thinking the news of Stana Katic's departure (and Tamala Jones' exit) ahead of a potential season nine had anything to do with the slight drop, check yourself. The ratings for the night were down across the board on all networks.
When an axe-wielding, escaped psychiatric inmate drops dead in Castle’s P.I. office, Castle and Beckett’s investigation leads Castle to suspect the victim’s death could be the work of the Antichrist.
Castle's third episode dipped slightly to 1.9 in the key demo but pulls in 10.51 million viewers.
Coming off the hiatus, Castle is facing off against a repeat of CBS' Scorpion and a new episode of NBC's State of Affairs. But on ESPN is the NCAA Football National Championship between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Oregon Ducks.
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