TV Ratings: 'The Voice,' '911' Stay in Front

NBC's singing competition gets an across-the-board win Monday and is one of only two shows to break the 1.0 barrier in adults 18-49.
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The Voice and 911 claimed Monday night's top ratings numbers, as they were the only two broadcast shows to climb above a 1.0 rating among adults 18-49.

The Voice drew a 1.2 in the key ad-sales demographic, even with last week's performance. NBC's singing competition was also the most-watched show in primetime with 7.2 million viewers. The Enemy Within followed with a 0.6 in the 18-49 demo, even with last week.

Fox's 911 was the top scripted show in adults 18-49 at 1.1, although it slipped a little bit versus last week's numbers. The Resident, however, ticked up to 0.9 for a three-episode high.

CBS' Man With a Plan improved slightly to 0.8 following a Big Bang Theory rerun. The Code came down a tenth of a point to 0.5, and Bull held at 0.6. The latter's 6.42 million viewers were the most for any scripted show Monday night.

ABC got a 0.8 from its special The Show Must Go On: The Queen + Adam Lambert Story. The Fix followed with a season-low 0.4. The CW's Legends of Tomorrow (0.3) and Arrow (0.2) matched their early numbers from a week ago (Legends adjusted down in the finals).

Fox and NBC shared the primetime lead in adults 18-49 at 1.0. ABC averaged 0.7, just ahead CBS and Telemundo at 0.6. Univision averaged 0.4, and The CW trailed with a 0.2.

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