UPDATED: Reality was the biggest winner Monday night in the ratings.

"Dancing With the Stars" had the most viewers in the Orlando TV market while "The Voice" drew the most young adults.

"Dancing" attracted 251,100 viewers for an episode that, in a major surprise, ejected Christina Milian. She had scored the highest judges' marks Monday.

"The Voice" ranked second in total viewers and averaged 188,700 viewers. Rounding out the top five in total viewers were "Monday Night Football" on ESPN with 153,050, ABC's "Castle" with 152,400 and NBC's "The Blacklist" with 133,100.

Next in the rankings came Fox's "Sleepy Hollow" with 110,700 viewers, CBS' "2 Broke Girls" with 100,500, Fox's "Bones" with 95,600, a CBS repeat of "The Big Bang Theory" with 90,900 and CBS' "Mom" with 90,500.

Then there was CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" with 88,100 viewers, but it was one of the favorites with young adults. The top programs in the 18-to-49 age group were "The Voice," "Monday Night Football," "How I Met Your Mother," "2 Broke Girls" and "Sleepy Hollow."

In national ratings, "The Voice" was the big winner. The singing contest averaged 13.8 million viewers and put NBC on top for the night in total viewers and young adults. "Dancing With the Stars" drew 13 million viewers, according to updated ratings.

In cable, "Monday Night Football" averaged 12 million viewers. Other notable performers were "Castle" with 11.1 million and "The Blacklist" with 10.9 million.

Fox's best performer was "Sleepy Hollow" with 7.6 million viewers. "Bones" dug up 7.3 million.

CBS' best performer was the "Big Bang" repeat with 8.5 million viewers, followed by "How I Met Your Mother" and "2 Broke Girls" with 8 million apiece. CBS' new entries were weaker: "Mom" with 7.4 million and "Hostages" with 5.2 million.

The prime-time averages: NBC with 12.9 million, ABC with 12.4 million, Fox with 7.5 million, CBS with 7 million and The CW with 980,000. The CW offered "Hart of Dixie" (1.1 million) and "Beauty and the Beast" (900,000).