The Bachelor has started gearing up for its final reveal with its first two-day event kicking off on Monday. The ladies of Season 26 reunited for a juicy tell-all episode that brought home a primetime win for ABC.
Per fast affiliates, the latest episode of The Bachelor earned a 0.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.44 million viewers. The ABC competition series was up from the previous week (0.7, 3.50M). The Bachelor went up against America’s Got Talent: Extreme from 8-10 p.m. AGT: Extreme (0.5, 3.12M) was steady from the previous week but fell to viewership lows, though it’s still early in the season.
The Bachelor will return for “Fantasy Suites” on Tuesday, with Clayton’s final decision. Until then, here’s the hourly breakdown of Monday primetime:
In the 8 p.m. hour, CBS’ The Neighborhood (0.6, 5.84M) and Fox’s 9-1-1: Lone Star (0.6, 4.70M) tied in demo rating and were both steady from previous episodes. The Neighborhood was CBS’ highest-rated program of the evening. All American (0.2, 600,000) rose in both demo rating and viewers for the CW. At 8:30, CBS’ Bob Hearts Abishola (0. 5, 5.60M) was steady.
CBS’ NCIS (0.5, 7.20M) took home the night’s largest audience in the 9 p.m. hour, besting Fox’s The Cleaning Lady (0.4, 2.90M) and CW’s All American: Homecoming (0.1, 420K), which matched their ratings of the previous week.
The night came to a close with CBS’ NCIS: Hawai’i (0.4, 5.23M) and ABC’s The Good Doctor (0.4, 3.38M) tying in the demo. NBC’s The Endgame (0.2, 1.82M) fell a tenth in demo and about 15% in viewers.
Tuesday will feature the season finales of American Auto, Grand Crew and I Can See Your Voice. The Thing About Pam premieres on NBC.
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