UPDATED: Cher does not disappoint when it comes to the ratings.

Her visit to "Dancing With the Stars" was the most-watched broadcast program nationally and locally.

Nationally, "Dancing" averaged 13.7 million viewers and topped NBC's "The Voice," which had 11.8 million fans, according to updated ratings. The night's other top broadcasts were ABC's "Castle" with 10.9 million and NBC's "The Blacklist" with 10.3 million.

The biggest show in all of television Monday was on cable. "Monday Night Football" on Disney-owned ESPN averaged 16.1 million viewers. The Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers, 27-20.

Disney-owned ABC was the most-watched broadcast network with 12.8 million viewers to NBC's 11.3 million, CBS' 7.2 million, Fox's 7 million and The CW's 840,000. But NBC handily won the 18-to-49 age group, and Fox edged CBS and ABC for second.

The season premiere of "Mike & Molly" drew 9.2 million to CBS. The network also aired "How I Met Your Mother" (8.7 million), "2 Broke Girls" (8.1 million), "Mom" (7.4 million) and the fading "Hostages" (4.8 million).

Fox countered with "Bones" (7 million) and "Sleepy Hollow" (7.1 million). The CW got a bigger showing from "Hart of Dixie" (1 million) than "Beauty and the Beast" (680,000).

In Orlando, "Dancing" drew 260,600 viewers Monday night.  Brant Daugherty of "Pretty Little Liars" was ejected.

"Monday Night Football" ranked second with 190,800 viewers.

Rounding out the top five were "Castle" with 166,200 viewers, "The Voice" with 165,700 and "The Blacklist" with 144,400.

The next five programs in the rankings were "2 Broke Girls" with 108,800 viewers, "Mike & Molly" with 107,700, "Sleepy Hollow" with 105,100, "How I Met Your Mother" with 99,700 and "Bones" with 99,100. Outside the Top 10 were two CBS series: "Mom" at No. 11 with 89,200 and "Hostages" at No. 19 with 37,100. 

CBS had a better showing in the 18-to-49 age group locally. The top programs there were "Monday Night Football," "How I Met Your Mother," "The Voice," "2 Broke Girls" and "The Blacklist." "Dancing With the Stars" ranked No. 7 in that count.