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One of CBS’ two new comedies Monday night, The Neighborhood, put up pretty solid ratings for its premiere. The other one, Happy Together, didn’t do so well.
The Neighborhood delivered a 1.3 rating among adults 18-49 and 8.07 million viewers; it ties with FBI and God Friended Me as CBS’ best series debuts of the fall in the 18-49 demo. The show also tied Kevin Can Wait‘s best 8 p.m. performance in 2017-18.
Happy Together (1.0, 5.93 million) lost 23 percent of its lead-in’s 18-49 rating and almost 27 percent of The Neighborhood‘s total audience — and those viewers for the most part didn’t return later in the night. Magnum P.I. (0.9, 6.32 million) fell by more than 20 percent from its premiere in both measures. Bull (0.8, 6.64 million) was steadier at 10 p.m., dipping slightly from 0.9 and 7.33 million viewers for its premiere.
NBC’s Manifest slipped some from its premiere (1.8 in the demo versus 2.2, a dip of 18 percent) but was still Monday’s top scripted show. The Voice held steady week to week at 2.0.
At Fox, The Resident (1.0) and 911 (1.5) each ticked down a tenth of a point from a week ago, helping Fox to a second-place finish on the night. ABC’s Dancing With the Stars (0.9) and The Good Doctor (1.2) also dipped a tenth apiece, pending updates for a Monday Night Football preemption in Kansas City.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us scored a 0.3 for The CW and Whose Line Is It Anyway? came in at 0.2.
NBC’s 2.0 average in the 18-49 demo comfortably led the night, ahead of Fox’s 1.2. ABC and CBS are currently tied for third at 1.0, pending updates for ABC. The CW trailed with a 0.3.
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