Fox’s 911 franchise improved a bit over last week, helping the network score a ratings win in primetime Monday. NBC got decent numbers from a Voice clip show — coming within a few hundredths of a point of last week’s 18-49 rating. ESPN also got a fair number of people to tune into its Marvel-themed NBA telecast.
With The Voice not airing a new episode, 911 claimed the top spot in primetime in both total viewers (6.12 million) and adults 18-49 (1.0 rating). At 9 p.m., 911: Lone Star scored 5.26 million viewers and 0.77 in the 18-49 demographic. Both shows improved slightly on their week-ago ratings.
A Voice clip show drew 5.95 million viewers and a 0.78 in the key ad demo, vs. 6.8 million and 0.81 for last week’s regular episode. Debris declined slightly with 2.52 million viewers and a 0.37 in the demo.
CBS improved across the board. The Neighborhood (5.31 million viewers, 0.7 in 18-49), Bob Hearts Abishola (4.91 million, 0.62), All Rise (3.63 million 0.39) and Bull (5.57 million, 0.51) all posted better numbers than a week ago, and Bull hit a nine-episode high in viewers.
ESPN2’s Marvel-ized showing of a Golden State Warriors-New Orleans Pelicans game gathered 274,000 viewers. The traditional telecast on ESPN drew 1.12 million for a total of about 1.39 million; ESPN2 had a little under 20 percent of the tally.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight had the most total viewers on cable (3.08 million), and WWE Monday Night Raw on USA Network stayed in its usual top spot among adults 18-49 (0.53).
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