Ratings: Luckily, Bachelor Viewers Are Not Quite So Fickle - Featured

Monday's ratings round-up:


* 8 pm/ET


The two-hour season finale of The Bachelor: Flip-Flop Edition was the night's most watched program, averaging 15.45 million total viewers - the series' best audience since Bob chose Estella in November 2003. CBS' sitcombo secured second, with The Big Bang Theory holding steady at 10.94 mil and How I Met Your Mother delivering 11.08 mil.


24's White House siege averaged 11.1 mil over its two-hour run, and gained viewers each half hour. Chuck (6.6 mil) inched up a bit from last week's all-time low.


* 9 pm


Two and a Half Men trailed The Bachelor with 15.42 million viewers (up 500K from its last fresh outing), while lead-out Rules of Engagement returned to 11.86 mil, which was good for third in its time slot. Heroes matched last week's 7 mil.


* 10 pm


Proving that car-crash television can work, The Bachelor: After the Rose drew its largest audience ever, 17.5 million viewers. CSI: Miami settled for second with 13.3 mil, down 400 thou. Medium took a big hit, slipping 14 percent to 7.28 mil.


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