TV Ratings: 'New Amsterdam,' 'FBI' Stay Solid Tuesday

Both shows retain most of their premiere audiences in week two; 'This Is Us' slips some but remains No. 1 in the 18-49 demo.
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Freema Agyeman and Ryan Eggold in 'New Amsterdam'

Tuesday's new dramas, CBS' FBI and NBC's New Amsterdam, both turned in solid ratings performances in their second episodes.

New Amsterdam was the No. 2 scripted show (and No. 3 show overall) in primetime with a 1.6 rating among adults 18-49. That's down just 0.2 (11 percent) from its premiere. FBI, meanwhile, posted a 1.2, off just a tenth (8 percent) from its debut, and led the 9 o'clock hour in viewers with 9.37 million.

This Is Us (2.4) remained the night's top scripted show in the 18-49 demo but fell off 20 percent from the 3.0 for its season premiere. The Voice (1.8) lost four-tenths, or 18 percent, versus its Tuesday premiere a week ago.

CBS' NCIS (1.4) and NCIS: New Orleans (1.0) both matched their premiere numbers. Lethal Weapon was also steady at 0.8 on Fox, but The Gifted (0.7) slipped two-tenths, or 22 percent.

Dancing With the Stars (0.8) came down a tenth from a week ago but was even with Monday's episode. On The CW, The Outpost finished its season with a 0.1, on par with its average.

Despite the declines for The Voice and This Is Us, NBC still comfortably led the night among adults 18-49 with a 1.9 rating. CBS finished second at 1.2. Fox came in third at 0.8, followed by ABC, 0.7, and The CW, 0.1.