We're getting a clearer sense of how the Monday ratings battle between The Voice and Dancing with the Stars is shaping up.

The Voice held up fairly well during its April 1st airing in its second week in the Monday timeslot, according to EW. The singing competition dipped only four percent in viewers from last week's premiere, which isn't too shabby.

Meanwhile, Dancing with the Stars is taking a hit due to the competition. The dancing show still had slightly more total viewers than The Voice (13.7 million vs. 13 million), but Dancing hit a series low for a performance episode, which has got to hurt.

There was good news last night for Castle, as the ABC series reached a season high among total viewers in its 100th episode. It keeps getting better with age!

And it's starting to look as though NBC shouldn't have held Revolution off the air for quite so long. The post-apocalyptic drama dropped 12 percent in viewers from last week to hit a series low. 

The prospects for that show might be looking a bit dim (so to speak).

Sources: Entertainment WeeklyDeadline