And here's the 8:00 to 10:00 two hour competition:
ABC. "Last Man Standing" is slipping in the ratings. "Cougar Town", which already slipped beyond redemption, is slipping more. "Dancing With The Stars Results" was #3 in the demo and #1 in the 50+ crowd, but "NCIS: LA" was a rerun. ABC, apparently following the Fox business model, moved "Private Practice" to Tuesday so that it could get a series low in its ratings, though ironically it was #1 in the demo because "Unforgettable" was a rerun. That was predictable.
CBS won the 8:00 to 10:00 competition in the 50+ crowd (almost double the ABC average) while taking #2 in the demo even though "NCIS: LA" was a rerun. An "Unforgettable" rerun also appealed to the 50+ crowd.
Fox's lineup is now not winning anything in any time slot. In the February Sweeps "Glee" averaged a 3.0/8 demo and "New Girl" a 3.2/8 demo, while "Raising Hope averaged a 2.2/5 demo giving up 31% of the demo lead in. Upon noticing this, Fox immediate rectified the problem by moving "Raising Hope" 8:00 and pairing it with the ratings bomb "I Hate My Teenage Daughter" giving "New Girl" a 1.4/5 lead in which crushed it's ratings thereby achieving Fox's goal of getting rid of those pesky viewers. Soon Fox will have no viewers while charging $1 a month for you to be able to not watch their shows. It's a solid business model.
NBC, on the other hand, has come back winning the 8:00 to 10:00 demo because of "The Voice". "Fashion Star" is cheap filler at 10:00.
The CW's "Ringer" apparently has found it's numbers at 0.5/1 demo - 1.16 million total. A few years ago, the show would have been cancelled midseason. Now it's about average for the network in a 9:00 slot.