Monday TV Ratings: America’s Next Top Model, Mistresses, Hotel Hell, Under the Dome

America's Next Top Model TV show on CW ratingsMonday, August 18, 2014 ratingsNew episodes: America’s Next Top Model, American Ninja Warrior, Under the Dome, Mistresses, Bachelor in Paradise, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Hotel Hell, and MasterChef. Reruns: Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Mom, 2 Broke Girls, Mike & Molly, and Two and a Half Men.

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  1. Nancy says

    It totally sucks when your two fave shows both come on at ten !! Please don’t cancel Mistressses !! LOVE that show !

  2. Grandizer says

    They need to put ANTM out of it’s misery. I have refused to watch the show since Tyra kicked off some of the best judges. I did not like Leon Talley, and HATE Kelly Coutrone who came on as well.
    I have never and never will watch a single episode of the mixed gender shows. I feel it is just a way to add drama to the show.

  3. Why Watch says

    Worked in the yard, walked the dog, read the newspaper, talked to people. A very productive evening. Much more so than watching the crud the networks call programming.

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