TV Ratings: 'The Neighborhood' Stays Solid, 'The Voice' Dips

The CBS comedy ticks up slightly in adults 18-49 and remains the network's top performer in the demo.
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Cedric the Entertainer (left), Max Greenfield on 'The Neighborhood'

The Neighborhood continued its steady ratings run Monday, leading CBS in the 18-49 demo and tying NBC's Manifest as the night's top scripted show.

The comedy scored a 1.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic, up from a season-low 1.0 a week ago and in line with its season average. It also climbed back above 6 million viewers (to 6.14 million) after falling below that mark for the first time last week.

Happy Together, Magnum P.I. and Bull all recorded 0.8s for CBS, even with last week's ratings.

NBC's The Voice led Monday's network offerings with a 1.7 in the demo, off a tick from last week. Manifest is currently at 1.1, which would be a season low (0.1 behind last week) if it remains there.

ABC's Dancing With the Stars (0.9) and The Good Doctor (1.0) are even with last week, pending updates. The network's San Francisco affiliate carried Monday Night Football, but the game aired mostly before primetime on the West Coast.

The CW's Arrow (0.5) and Legends of Tomorrow (0.4) are inflated due to an MNF preemption in New York City and will likely come down to numbers in line with last week (both shows drew 0.3 in the demo) in the finals.

Fox aired reruns of The Resident and 911.

NBC averaged a 1.5 rating in the 18-49 demo to lead the night — and was the only network to get above a 1.0. ABC's 0.9 was good enough for second place, followed by CBS, 0.8; Fox, 0.6; and The CW, 0.4.