Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Monday, October 1, 2018
The numbers for Monday:
|Time||Show||Adults 18-49 rating/share||Viewers (millions)|
|8 p.m.||The Voice (NBC)(8-10 p.m.)||2.0/8||9.94|
|The Neighborhood (CBS) – P||1.3/6||8.07|
|The Resident (FOX)||1.0/5||4.82|
|Dancing with the Stars (ABC) (8-10 p.m.)||0.9/4||7.32|
|Penn & Teller: Fool Us (The CW) – F||0.3/1||1.17|
|8:30 p.m.||Happy Together (CBS) – P||1.0/5||5.93|
|9 p.m.||9-1-1 (FOX)||1.5/6||6.09|
|Magnum P.I. (CBS)||0.9/4||6.32|
|Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW)||0.2/1||0.72|
|9:30 p.m.||Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW) – R||0.2/1||0.63|
|10 p.m.||Manifest (NBC)||1.8/8||8.48|
|The Good Doctor (ABC)||1.2/5||7.50|
It was another solid Monday night for NBC this week, starting with “The Voice,” which scored the same 2.0 rating in the adults 18-49 demo as it did last Monday. Meanwhile, “Manifest” was the highest-rated scripted broadcast show of the night, despite losing some of its lead-in audience from “The Voice” and falling four-tenths from its series premiere’s 2.2 to score a still strong 1.8 for itself this week, with 8.48 million viewers.
Elsewhere, CBS kicked the night off with the back-to-back series premieres of two new comedies. First up was “The Neighborhood” (1.3) at 8 p.m., which matched the highest-rated episode of “Kevin Can Wait” in the time slot last year. The debut of “Happy Together” (1.0) didn’t perform as well, shedding three-tenths of its predecessor’s 1.3 and losing around 27% of its total viewers (8.07 million vs. 5.93 million).
Without the help of its “Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” lead-ins too, “Magnum P.I.” (0.9) went fractional with its second episode, falling three-tenths from the 1.2 of its premiere. “Bull” experienced less of a loss, slipping from a 0.9 to a 0.8 this time around.
FOX’s “9-1-1” (1.6) and “The Resident” (1.0) held fairly well this week, falling one-tenth from what they had scored a week ago. ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” (0.9) and “The Good Doctor” (1.2) were also both down just a tenth week-to-week.
On The CW, the season finale of “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” ticked up from a 0.2 to a 0.3, while “Whose Line is it Anyway?” maintained its previous 0.2.
|Adults 18-49 rating/share||2.0/8||1.2/5||1.0/5||1.0/5||0.3/1|
|Total Viewers (millions)||9.46||5.45||6.74||7.38||0.84|
Late-night metered market ratings (adults 18-49, households):
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”: 0.6/4, 1.9/5
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”: 0.5/3, 2.9/8
“Jimmy Kimmel Live”: 0.4/3, 2.0/5
“Late Night with Seth Meyers”: 0.4/4, 1.3/5
“Nightline”: 0.3/2, 1.2/4
“The Late Late Show with James Corden”: 0.2/2, 1.2/4
Rating: Estimated percentage of the universe of TV households (or other specified group) tuned to a program in the average minute. Ratings are expressed as a percent.
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Time Shifted Viewing: Program ratings for national sources are produced in three streams of data – Live, Live +Same-Day and Live +7 Day. Time-shifted figures account for incremental viewing that takes place with DVRs. Live+SD includes viewing during the same broadcast day as the original telecast, with a cut-off of 3 a.m. local time when meters transmit daily viewing to Nielsen for processing. Live +7 ratings include viewing that takes place during the 7 days following a telecast.
Source: The Nielsen Company.