TV Ratings: 'Manifest' Slips to Season Low on a Mostly Down Night

'The Voice,' '911' and 'The Neighborhood' also dip to season lows as every broadcast net suffers a little.
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NBC's Manifest hit a season low in the ratings for Monday, Nov. 5 — and it was not alone. The Voice, 911 and The Neighborhood are also at their lowest marks of the fall.

Manifest earned a 1.3 rating among adults 18-49, down a tenth of a point from its last airing Oct. 22 and its smallest demo rating to date. The Voice preceded it with a 1.7, a low for Monday shows this fall (though it may adjust up to match last week's 1.8 in the finals). 

At Fox, the 1.2 for 911 is a season and series low, off 0.2 versus its week-ago performance. The Resident held steady at 1.0 — like, really steady. It drew a 1.0 for the sixth consecutive week.

The Neighborhood's 1.0 is down a tenth from a week ago, and the CBS comedy also went below 6 million viewers for the first time with 5.76 million. Happy Together, Magnum P.I. and Bull are all at 0.8.

Arrow declined a tenth to 0.3 on The CW, matching its series low. Legends of Tomorrow also posted a 0.3, even with a week ago.

ABC's ratings are inflated by Monday Night Football preemptions in Dallas and Nashville. Dancing With the Stars (1.1) and The Good Doctor (1.3) will likely come down a couple tenths apiece in the final ratings.

NBC averaged a 1.6 among adults 18-49 in primetime, leading Fox (1.1) by half a point. ABC is also currently at 1.1 but will probably adjust down. CBS was fourth at 0.8, and The CW trailed at 0.3.

Changes in the finals: 

ABC: Dancing With the Stars 0.9, The Good Doctor 1.0 after Monday Night Football adjustments; network average 0.9

NBC: The Voice 1.8

Nov. 6, 1:40 p.m. Updated with final ratings.