TV Ratings: 'The Conners' Slips to Season Low

The rest of ABC's lineup is also on the low side, as is 'The Voice' on NBC.
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Sara Gilbert and Jay R. Ferguson in 'The Conners'

The Conners recorded a season low among adults 18-49 Tuesday, and the rest of ABC's lineup slipped a bit, too.

The Roseanne spinoff fell a tenth of a point in adults 18-49 to 1.3, its low mark of the season. The show's 6.63 million viewers were also a season low. The Kids Are Alright (0.8), Black-ish (0.8), Splitting Up Together (0.6) and The Rookie (0.7) all declined by 0.1 in the demo as well.

The Voice led Tuesday in the demo with a 1.4, also tying its season low. A Saturday Night Live Christmas averaged 1.0 from 9 to 11 p.m., leading those hours but falling from 1.2 from its 2017 broadcast.

NCIS (1.2), FBI (1.0) and NCIS: New Orleans (0.8) all matched their last episodes on CBS; all three led their hours by wide margins in total viewers. The fall finales of The Gifted and Lethal Weapon on Fox each drew 0.7s, even with a week ago.

On The CW, The Flash ticked up to 0.7 ahead of the forthcoming "Elseworlds" crossover. Black Lightning held steady at 0.3.

NBC's 1.1 average among adults 18-49 narrowly led CBS' 1.0 for the night's top spot. ABC came in third at 0.8, followed by Fox at 0.7 and The CW at 0.5.