‘American Idol’ Slips To Series Ratings Low; ‘The Neighborhood’ Wraps Solid Season 1

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A “Meet Your Finalist” episode of ABC’s American Idol (0.9 rating in the adults 18-49 demographic, 5.42 million viewers) on Monday slipped to the series’ lowest-yet results in the demo and total viewers. Despite the lower Idol lead-in, ABC’s The Fix (0.5, 3.23M) hung on week to week with its fourth 0.5 demo rating in a row.

NBC’s The Voice (1.2, 7.49M) topped Monday night in both metrics, besting ABC’s singing competition by 33% in the demo and 2.1 million total viewers.

Fox’s 9-1-1 (1.2, 5.98M) grew a tenth in the demo compared to the previous week’s series low, good enough to tie The Voice as the night’s No. 1 show in that metric.

Opposite all that singing, CBS’ The Neighborhood season finale (1.0, 6.27M) wrapped a solid first season in which it maintained its demo rating for the last five originals.

Following CBS’ Man with a Plan (0.7, 5.01M), Week 2 of The Code (0.6, 4.61M) ticked up a tenth in the demo.

At 10 PM, NBC’s The Enemy Within (0.6, 4.04M) took 10 PM in the demo, while CBS’ Bull repeat topped in total viewers, also besting The Fix.

NBC (1.0, 6.34M) and Fox (1.0, 5.36M) tied for No. 1 on the night in the demo; NBC topped total viewers. ABC (0.8, 4.69M) was No. 3 in demo while CBS (0.6, 5.03M) came in third in overall audience. The CW (0.2, 799,000) followed with new episodes of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (0.3, 900K) and Arrow (0.2, 700K).

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2019/04/american-idol-series-low-neighborhood-season-1-finale-solid-tv-ratings-1202600375/