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After tying its season high last week, The Bachelorette cooled down a bit Monday night.
The ABC reality show still led the adults 18-49 race for the night, but its 1.4 rating was off two-tenths of a point versus that of last week. (It was in line with its season average.) The Proposal matched last week’s 0.7.
American Ninja Warrior was the only other show on the broadcast networks to reach a 1.0 in the demo; it was off a tenth from last week, as was Dateline at 0.8.
Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance held at 0.6, and Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Whose Line Is It Anyway? were both steady at 0.3 on The CW.
The sophomore slump for Salvation continued, with the CBS drama at a series-low 0.3 for the third straight week. Elementary was even at 0.4, also tying its all-time low (it’s already been renewed for next season, though).
ABC’s 1.2 demo rating in primetime led the network race, with NBC coming in second at 1.0. Fox is at 0.5, CBS at 0.4 and The CW at 0.3.
The Tonight Show led the late-night race with a 0.5 in adults 18-49 in metered markets. The Late Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live! both scored 0.3 at 11:35 p.m.
At 12:35 a.m., Late Night‘s 0.3 was a tenth better than Nightline and a Late Late Show rerun.
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