Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Monday, September 30, 2019
Note: Local NFL preemptions on ABC and NBC may result in greater adjustments than usual for those networks in the finals later today.
The numbers for Monday:
|Time||Show||Adults 18-49 rating/share||
|8 p.m.||The Voice (NBC) (8-10 p.m.)||1.6/7||8.78|
|Dancing with the Stars (ABC) (8-10 p.m.)||0.9/4||6.90|
|The Neighborhood (CBS)||0.9/5||5.87|
|Penn & Teller: Fool Us (The CW) – F||0.2/1||0.92|
|8:30 p.m.||Bob Hearts Abishola (CBS)||0.7/3||5.36|
|9 p.m.||Prodigal Son (FOX)||1.0/5||4.12|
|All Rise (CBS)||0.6/3||5.61|
|Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW) – R||0.2/1||0.58|
|9:30 p.m.||Whose Line Is It Anyway? (The CW) – R||0.1/1||0.58|
|10 p.m.||The Good Doctor (ABC)||1.0/5||6.45|
|Bluff City Law (NBC)||0.8/4||4.67|
Monday’s primetime ratings winners stayed the same week-to-week, thanks to some steady week 2 showings from several shows.
NBC’s “The Voice” remained the night’s no. 1 broadcast with a 1.6 rating in adults 18-49 and 8.78 million viewers, down just a bit from its season premiere’s 1.7 rating and 8.93 million viewer audience last Monday. “Bluff City Law,” meanwhile, maintained its series premiere’s 0.8 rating, and managed to tick up slightly in total viewers from 4.61 million to 4.67 million this time around.
Now, it should be noted that NBC’s ratings may be subject to some downward adjustments later today, as NBC’s Cincinnati station carried NFL Football last night. The same goes for ABC, which aired an NFL broadcast in Pittsburgh last night too.
Elsewhere, it was another impressive Monday night for FOX. At 8 p.m., “9-1-1” tied with “The Voice” for the night’s demo win, scoring the same 1.6 rating as its season premiere a week ago. The second episode of “Prodigal Son” followed “9-1-1,” and similarly posted the same 1.0 as its series premiere. Pending updates, both shows also grew a little in total viewers week-to-week.
On ABC, “Dancing with the Stars” averaged a 0.9 with 6.9 million viewers, up from its 0.8 and 6.4 million viewer audience last week. “The Good Doctor” followed it with a 1.0 for the second week in a row, and won the night’s 10 p.m. hour yet again.
It wasn’t quite as steady a night for CBS. At 8 p.m., “The Neighborhood” maintained its season premiere’s 0.9 rating, but the same could not be said for “Bob Hearts Abishola” at 8:30 p.m., which fell from its premiere’s 0.9 to a 0.7 this week. “All Rise” (0.6) and “Bull” (0.6) each ticked down one-tenth as well.
The season finale of the CW’s “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” grabbed a 0.2, matching its episode from a week ago.
|Adults 18-49 rating/share||1.3/6||1.3/6||0.9/4||0.7/3||0.2/1|
|Total Viewers (millions)||7.41||5.66||6.75||5.68||0.75|
Late-night metered market ratings (adults 18-49, households):
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”: 0.4/3, 3.2/9
“Jimmy Kimmel Live”: 0.4/3, 1.7/5
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”: 0.4/3, 1.5/4
“Nightline”: 0.3/3, 1.1/4
“Late Night with Seth Meyers”: 0.2/3, 1.1/4
“The Late Late Show with James Corden”: 0.2/2 1.1/4
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Source: The Nielsen Company.