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‘The Neighborhood,’ ‘Lone Star’ & ‘The Bachelor’ Tie For Monday’s Top Demo; ‘NCIS’ Wins Viewers

A recent week of primetime kicked off with some pleasure. Monday noticed a 3-diagram tie for the night’s most attention-grabbing demo ranking between The Neighborhood, 9-1-1: Lone Superstar and The Bachelor.

In the 8 p.m. hour, the night’s three main titles earned 0.7 ratings within the 18-49 demo, per snappy mates. The Neighborhood (0.7, 6.16M) rose from the outdated week to make essentially the most viewers among the three titles. 9-1-1: Lone Superstar (0.7, 5.21M) returned for a contemporary episode, and bested The Bachelor (0.7, 3.44M) in viewers. The Bachelor furthermore returned after two weeks for a continuation of the outdated installment’s juicy drama.

Moreover within the 8 p.m.hour, Kenan (0.3, 1.75M/0.3, 1.24M) returned down within the demo and March (0.1, 0.32M) made its premiere on The CW.

Even though no longer the easiest-earner of demo ranking, NCIS (0.6, 7.46M) became essentially the most-watched program of Monday. The CBS drama rose in every measures from the outdated week. The Cleaning Girl (0.5, 3.21M) and That’s My Jam (0.4, 1.89M) followed on the encourage of. 4400 on The CW dropped to a 0.0 demo ranking and to 0.37M viewers from its final current broadcast.

CBS brought primetime to a shut a success the final hour with the 2d episode of its NCIS: Hawai’i two-parter (0.4 5.20M). ABC’s night ended with the sequence premiere of the household drama Promised Land (0.2, 1.86M), whereas NBC closed off with Long-established Joe (0.2, 1.38M) stable from final week.

Beyond traditional Tuesday programming, tonight’s primetime will mark a repeats for all FBI sequence on CBS and the finale of Our Roughly People on Fox.

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