CBS opened the evening with 'Big Brother', with the ninth Power of Veto competiton this season featuring, the show attracted 6.64 million viewers (2.3/9 18-49 Year Olds Share). The channel then aired a double bill of drama 'Extant' with the episodes 'More in Heaven and Earth' and 'Incursion' as Molly became convinced her baby was still alive, attracting 5.57 million (1.0/3 Share).
NBC aired a recap of the current season of 'America's Got Talent' at 8pm, attracting 5.68 million viewers, (1.1/4 Share). This was followed by week 4 of the Quarterfinals, at 9pm, attracting 9.43 million viewers (1.9/6 Share). Following that at 10pm a new episode of 'Taxi Brooklyn' aired entitled 'Double Identity', in which a maid from El Salvador's shooting was investigated, attracting 4.6 million (0.8/3 Share).
ABC aired a repeat episode of 'The Middle' at 8pm, attracting 3.38 million viewers (0.9/3 Share). A repeat of 'The Goldbergs' at 8.30pm, attracted 3.26 million (0.9/3 Share). This was followed at 9, by a hour of repeats of 'Modern Family' episodes attracting 3.73 million (1.2/4 Share) at 9pm and 4.03 million (1.2/4 Share) at 9.30pm. A new episode of Canadian import 'Motive' aired at 10pm, as Flynn and Vega investigated the mysterious murder of a writer, attracting 3.97 million (0.8/3 Share).
FOX aired the top 6's performance on 'So You Think You Can Dance' from 8pm, attracting 3.45 million viewers (0.9/3 Share).
The CW aired 'Penn & Teller: Fool Us' at 8pm, in an episode featuring Piff the Magic Dragon and Mr Piffles, Alan Hudson and Damien O'Brien, attracting 1.69 million (0.5/2 Share). The channel then aired a repeat of 'The 100' at 9pm, attracting 420,000 viewers (0.1/0 Share).
'The Late Show with David Letterman' aired on CBS at 11.35pm, with guests Kathy Griffin, Ken Burns and Jeremy Messersmith, attracting a 1.9/5 Nielsen share or a 0.4/2 18-49 (years old) local share. 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson' aired a repeat at 12.35am, attracting a 0.9/3 nielsen share or a 0.2/2 local share.
On NBC, 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' welcomed guests Jared Leto, Amy Brenneman, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and Tom Bailey at 11.35pm, attracting a 2.6/7 Nielsen share, or a 1.1/5 local share of the audience. This was followed by a repeat airing of 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' at 12.35am, attracting a 1.1/4 Nielsen share, or a 0.4/3 local share. At 1.35am, a repeat of 'Last Call with Carson Daly' attracted a 0.6/3 Nielsen share or a 0.2/2 local share.
'Jimmy Kimmel Live' aired a repeat on ABC at 11.35pm, attracting a 1.7/4 Nielsen share, or a 0.5/2 local share. 'Nightline' followed at 12.35am, attracting a 1.1/4 Nielsen share, or a 0.3/2 local share.