Monday evening noticed some fairly vital dips within the TV rankings, as “9-1-1” dropped to a season low and “The Voice” ticked down.
The Fox present scored a 1.2 ranking amongst adults 18-49 and 6.6 million whole viewers, a season three low within the former metric, however not within the latter. Episodes 4 by means of 9 of season three all delivered a smaller viewers than final evening’s version. “Prodigal Son” adopted it up with a 0.7 ranking and three.Four million viewers, even on final episode.
In the meantime “The Voice” gained the evening with a 1.Four and 9.1 million viewers, down from final Monday’s 1.6 ranking and 9.eight million pairs of eyeballs. In the same sample to Fox, “Songland” got here in even on final episode within the later time slot with a 0.eight ranking and 4.Four million viewers.
Over on ABC, “The Bachelor” spinoff “Hearken to Your Coronary heart” dipped a fraction from final week’s lower than stellar debut to a 0.6 ranking and a couple of.9 million viewers. Fellow freshman “The Baker and the Magnificence” baked up the identical 0.5 rating as final week and drew 2.eight million viewers.
A brand new episode of “Whose Line Is It Anyway” delivered a 0.2 ranking and simply over 1 million whole viewers, a excessive for this cycle to date. A replay of the improv present adopted with one other 0.2 and round 900,000 viewers. A brand new episode of “Roswell, New Mexico” rounded off the evening for the CW with a 0.1 and 686,000 viewers.
CBS aired solely reruns on Monday evening, with “The Neighborhood” and “Bob Hearts Abishola” main the best way each at a 0.6. Replays of “All Rise” and “Bull” each delivered a 0.Four ranking for the Eye.