“Monday Night Football” recorded its second-lowest ratings of the season with the Carolina Panthers’ blowout of the Miami Dolphins.

The game drew 8.76 million viewers and a 3.0 rating among adults 18-49 on ESPN, narrowly beating the season lows for a Titans-Colts game in mid-October (8.38 million, 2.9).

Elsewhere on cable Monday, all three hours of “WWE Monday Night Raw” were up week to week. The 8 and 9 p.m. hours drew 1.1 ratings in adults 18-49, and the 10 o’clock portion came in at 1.0. Each improved by 0.1 vs. last week.

“The Real Housewives of Orange County” (0.7) also rose a tenth of a point. “Love & Hip Hop” was off a tenth at 1.0 for VH1.

Top 25 original cable shows among adults 18-49 for Nov. 13, 2017

Show Net Time Total viewers (000s) 18-49 rating
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ESPN 8:15 PM 8,758 3.0
WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW USA 8:00 PM 3,262 1.1
WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW USA 9:00 PM 3,061 1.1
SPORTSCENTER ESPN 11:40 PM 2,453 1.1
LOVE AND HIP HOP VH1 8:00 PM 1,892 1.0
WWE MONDAY NIGHT RAW USA 10:00 PM 2,769 1.0
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF OC BRAVO 9:00 PM 1,734 0.7
TEEN MOM II REUNION PART 1 MTV 9:00 PM 1,147 0.6
MONDAY NIGHT COUNTDOWN ESPN 6:00 PM 1,568 0.6
SCARED FAMOUS VH1 9:00 PM 1,024 0.5
FAST N LOUD DISCOVERY 9:00 PM 1,446 0.5
HOLIDAY BAKING CHAMPIONSHIP FOOD 9:00 PM 1,330 0.4
CHRISTMAS COOKIE CHALLENGE FOOD 10:00 PM 1,113 0.4
THE RACHEL MADDOW SHOW MSNBC 9:00 PM 3,016 0.4
AUTOBIOGRAPHY A&E 9:00 PM 1,132 0.3
TUCKER CARLSON TONIGHT FOX NEWS 8:00 PM 2,877 0.3
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF DALLAS BRAVO 10:01 PM 885 0.3
PARDON THE INTERRUPTION ESPN 5:30 PM 973 0.3
PARADISE RUN NICK 7:00 PM 1,325 0.3
HANNITY FOX NEWS 9:00 PM 2,856 0.3
LAST WORD W/LAWRENCE O’DONNELL MSNBC 10:00 PM 2,326 0.3
PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES ID 10:00 PM 1,046 0.3
FIRST TAKE ESPN 10:00 AM 611 0.3
THE DAILY SHOW COMEDY CENTRAL 11:00 PM 864 0.3
PAWN STARS HISTORY 10:03 PM 1,287 0.3

Source: The Nielsen Company

Posted by:Rick Porter

Rick Porter has been covering TV since the days when networks sent screeners on VHS, one of which was a teaser for the first season of "American Idol." He's left-handed, makes a very solid grilled cheese and has been editor of TV by the Numbers since October 2015. He lives in Austin.

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