NBC’s The Voice and Fox’s 911 led Monday’s primetime rankings, with the former scoring the biggest total audience and 911 leading the demographic rankings.
The Voice ticked up in total viewers to 6.8 million, about 360,000 more than a week ago, but was off slightly among adults 18-49 with a 0.81 rating. Debris followed with 2.6 million viewers and 0.38 in the key ad demo, narrowly ahead of last week in both measures.
At Fox, 911 came down about a tenth of a point in adults 18-49 from its spring debut last week, but its 0.95 rating still topped primetime (it also led among adults 25-54 and 18-34). The show finished second to The Voice in total viewers with 5.96 million. 911: Lone Star drew a 0.74 in the demo and 4.92 million viewers, off a bit from last week.
ABC’s Sesame Street: 50 Years of Sunny Days special drew a modest 2.33 million viewers and a 0.47 in the 18-49 demo. The Good Doctor (3.78 million, 0.49) was a bit below its season average.
CBS’ The Neighborhood (4.89 million viewers, 0.61 in 18-49) and Bob Hearts Abishola (0.49, 4.69 million) were down a little as well, but All Rise (3.53 million, 0.38) and Bull (5.02 million, 0.46) improved in viewers while holding steady in adults 18-49. The CW’s All American (617,000, 0.22) and Black Lightning (319,000, 0.09) were in line with recent airings.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight led cable in primetime with 3 million viewers, while WWE Monday Night Raw on USA was the demo champ with a 0.49 among adults 18-49.
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