UPDATED: In a major stunner, "Dancing With the Stars" ejected "Jersey Shore" star Snooki on Monday. 

The ejection came on the most-watched program for the night in Central Florida. "Dancing" drew 245,300 viewers.

The World Series on Fox ranked second with 185,850 viewers. Boston beat St. Louis to take a 3-2 lead in the series.

Rounding out the top five were NBC's "The Voice" with 180,600, NBC's "The Blacklist" with 150,200 and ABC's "Castle" with 147,200.

Then came ESPN's "Monday Night Football" with 125,100 viewers for the Seattle-St. Louis game. The next four programs were CBS sitcoms: "How I Met Your Mother" with 117,750, "2 Broke Girls" with 115,100, a "Big Bang Theory" repeat with 102,900 and "Mom" with 90,700.

The top programs with the 18-to-49 age group were the World Series, "How I Met Your Mother," "2 Broke Girls," "Monday Night Football" and "The Voice."

In updated national ratings, the World Series drew 14.5 million viewers, which put Fox ahead of ABC with 12.4 million, NBC with 12.3 million, CBS with 6.7 million and The CW with 940,000. Fox edged NBC for the win in the 18-to-49 age group, according to updated ratings.

"Dancing With the Stars" drew 13.3 million viewers and edged "The Voice," which had 13.2 million.

At 10, "Castle" had 10.7 million viewers overall and edged "The Blacklist" with 10.5 million. CBS' "Hostages" had just 4.9 million fans.

A "Big Bang Theory" repeat with 8 million was CBS' strongest performer. Then came "How I Met Your Mother" with 7.8 million, "2 Broke Girls" with 7.7 million and "Mom" with 6.6 million.

In cable, "Monday Night Football" averaged 10.8 million viewers.