TV Ratings: 'Manifest' Stays Strong, 'The Neighborhood' Holds Up Pretty Well

Manifest continued its solid early-season run in Monday's ratings, coming in as the night's top-rated scripted show and helping NBC sweep all three hours of primetime in adults 18-49.

CBS comedy The Neighborhood held up reasonably well in its second week, too. It was the only show on the network, however, to make it above a 1.0 rating in the 18-49 demo.

Manifest is currently at 1.7 in adults 18-49, pending updates for a Monday Night Football preemption in New Orleans. It will likely come down a little in the final ratings but should finish within a couple tenths of last week's 1.8. The Voice is currently at 2.0, off slightly week to week.

The Neighborhood scored a 1.1, off a modest 15 percent from its premiere Oct. 1. Happy Together (0.9) and Bull (0.7) each lost a tenth of a point versus last week, while Magnum P.I. held at 0.9.

ABC's numbers will also likely come down some as the network's Washington, D.C. affiliate aired MNF, but Dancing With the Stars (currently 1.1) should end up topping last week's 0.8. The Good Doctor is at 1.2, even with last week's preliminary numbers (which were also inflated; the show finished with a 1.1).

The Resident (0.9) and 911 (1.4) each ticked down a tenth on Fox. The CW's iHeartRadio Music Festival broadcast delivered a 0.2, ahead of the network starting its regular fall schedule Tuesday.

NBC led the network race with a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49, pending updates. Fox's 1.2 edged ABC's 1.1 for second. CBS averaged 0.9 and The CW 0.2.