TV Ratings: 'The Voice' Fuels NBC Sweep of Monday

The CW's 'Legends of Tomorrow' returns on the low side, and CBS' 'Happy Together' takes a minor hit as well.
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The Voice and Manifest carried NBC to a sweep of Monday's broadcast ratings, winning all three hours of primetime in both adults 18-49 and total viewers.

The Voice had the best numbers in both measures, drawing a 1.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic (off slightly week to week) and 9.21 million viewers. Manifest (1.4, 7.34 million) finished as the top scripted series across the board, although it, too, was off by a tenth of a point in adults 18-49 versus a week ago.

Legends of Tomorrow opened its fourth season on The CW to a 0.3 in the 18-49 demo, down by half from the 0.6 for last season's premiere. The show also declined from its 2017-18 average (0.5) and season finale (0.4). Arrow held at 0.4.

Fox's 911 earned a1.3, down a tenth versus last week's final rating but good enough to be the No. 2 scripted show of the night. The Resident posted its fourth straight 1.0.

The Neighborhood (1.1) and Bull (0.8) both held steady on CBS. Happy Together declined a bit to 0.8, and Magnum P.I. matched last week's preliminary 0.8 (it adjusted up to 0.9 in the finals). 

Dancing With the Stars is currently at a season-high 1.1, subject to change because of a Monday Night Football preemption in Atlanta. The Good Doctor had the week off in favor of a repeat of The Rookie pilot (currently 0.7).

NBC averaged 1.7 among adults 18-49 in primetime, easily beating Fox's 1.1. ABC and CBS tied for third at 0.9, and The CW trailed with a 0.4.