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A mostly steady night in the Nielsen ratings once again has NBC at the top of the heap thanks to The Voice and Manifest. The CW’s Arrow, meanwhile, put up numbers in line with its 2017-18 average.
The Voice posted a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49, the best mark of the night on the broadcast networks and even with its performance a week ago. Manifest followed with a 1.5, off a tick versus last week, but is currently up slightly in total viewers.
Fox’s 911 (1.5) tied with Manifest as the night’s top scripted show, improving a tenth of a point week to week. It also grew in viewers (6.16 million versus 5.92 million). The Resident was steady at 1.0.
Arrow opened its seventh season on The CW with a 0.4, on par with its 2017-18 average and with last season’s finale. It was down 0.2 from its fall 2017 premiere. The special Constantine: The Legend Continues scored a 0.2.
CBS comedies The Neighborhood (1.1) and Happy Together (0.9) both matched their week-ago ratings in the 18-49 demo. Magnum P.I. (0.8) and Bull (0.7) are currently off a tenth of a point each.
ABC was preempted in Milwaukee for Monday Night Football, so its ratings are subject to change. Dancing With the Stars currently sits at 1.0 and The Good Doctor at 1.1.
NBC averaged a 1.8 rating among adults 18-49 for the night, finishing well clear of second-place Fox (1.2). ABC is at 1.0, pending updates, followed by CBS, 0.9, and The CW, 0.3.
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