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Fox’s 911 franchise returned from a six-week layoff with steady ratings, scoring two of the top three 18-49 ratings in primetime Monday and giving the network a victory for the night. On cable, Fox News’ Hannity scored with an on-camera interview with former President Donald Trump.
911 earned a 1.07 rating among adults 18-49 and 6.24 million viewers, on par with its last episode in March. At 9 p.m., spinoff 911: Lone Star (0.86 in 18-49, 5.49 million) was also steady, giving Fox a victory in the key ad demographic in primetime.
The Voice finished second among adults 18-49 with a 0.88 rating, along with 6.42 million viewers, up from last week’s season lows. Debris (0.37, 2.51 million) was slightly lower at 10 p.m.
CBS’ lineup improved in the demo, with The Neighborhood (0.68 in 18-49, 5.11 million viewers), Bob Hearts Abishola (0.57, 4.93 million), All Rise (0.39, 3.22 million) and Bull (0.44, 4.69 million) all ticking up in adults 18-49. The two comedies also improved in total viewers.
American Idol (0.59 demo, 4.22 million viewers) hit season lows for ABC, and The Good Doctor (0.5, 4.15 million) had its smallest same-day demo rating of 2020-21. The CW’s All American (0.2, 654,000) was in line with last week, and Black Lightning (0.12, 419,000) inched up.
On cable, Hannity‘s 4.09 million viewers topped the day, with the Trump interview scoring well above the show’s recent averages. WWE Monday Night Raw‘s 0.61 among adults 18-49 led the cable field.
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