TV Ratings: '911' Ties Struggling 'Voice'

The Fox drama and NBC singing competition lead the adults 18-49 demo, with the latter hitting a Monday low.
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NBC's The Voice reached a low for Monday installments, allowing Fox's 911 to grab a share of the adults 18-49 lead for the night.

Both shows scored a 1.1 rating in the key ad demographic, tying for the top spot (they were also the only two shows on the broadcast networks to get above a 1.0). That's an all-time Monday low for The Voice and down a tenth of a point from a week ago. The show's 7.22 million viewers is on par with last week's numbers. 

Following The Voice, The Enemy Within earned a 0.6 in adults 18-49 for the fifth consecutive week.

For 911, the 1.1 is even with last week and also ties a series low (set twice this season). It did improve in total viewers, with 5.8 million versus 5.49 million last week. Fox also got a 0.8 from the season finale of The Resident, which was down slightly week to week.

ABC got a modest 0.6 from a two-hour Bachelorette reunion special a week ahead of the show's season premiere. The Fix followed with a 0.4, even with a week ago. After a Big Bang Theory rerun (0.8) on CBS, Man With a Plan (0.7) ticked down, and The Code (0.5) and Bull (0.6) held steady.

The CW's Legends of Tomorrow (0.3) and Arrow (0.2) were also even with a week ago. 

Fox and NBC tied for the nightly lead at 1.0 in adults 18-49. CBS finished third at 0.6, followed by ABC at 0.5 and The CW at 0.2.

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