FOX led the Monday 8pm hour on Broadcast with a new episode of '9-1-1' which scored a night's best 1.27 adults 18-49 rating/7 share and just shy of 7 million viewers, second only to NBC's 'The Voice' (7.4 million). The program saw solid returns in adults 18-34 (0.7/6) and women 25-54 (2.3/9) with the night's best figures in both. In Live+3, the show rose to 1.88 in the demo with 10.5 million viewers. 'Voice' (1.03/6) ranked second on the hour, just ahead of CBS's 'The Neighborhood' (0.93/5, 6.7 million); though both programs tied for second in adults 18-34 (0.6/5). Over at ABC, 'The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart' (0.57/3, 2.7 million) took a distant fourth, but was still miles ahead of CW's 'Whose Line it is Anyway' (0.19/1, 766,000). Those 2 programs were the youngest-skewing on the hour though at 58.9 and 56.6.
At 8:30, a second episode of 'The Neighborhood' (0.86/5, 6.5 million) saw nice retention from its lead-in, though it lost a tenth in adults 18-34 (0.5/4) and adults 25-54 (1.4/6).
At 9pm, CBS's 'All Rise' (0.56/3, 5.1 million) took a fall from its 'Neighborhood' lead-in, but still out-shined the 'Roswell, New Mexico' (0.12/1, 644,000), which skewed rather old for a CW show (59.3).
Finally at 10pm, CBS's 'Bull' (0.65/4, 6.9 million) led the way in the key demo, saw the night's highest numbers in adults over 50 (11 share), and was the oldest-skewing show with an average viewing age of 68.6 - almost four full years more than its 'All Rise' (64.9) lead-in. NBC's 'Songland' (0.62/3, 3.65 million) was only behind by 3 hundredths of a ratings point (5 share in people over 50), but beat 'Bull' in both women 18-34 (0.8/4 v. 0.7/4) and women 25-54 (1.3/5 v. 1.2/5). 'Bull' had the upper hand in men 18-34 (0.5/3 v. 0.4/3) and men 25-54 (0.8/4 v. 0.7/3). Last was ABC's 'The Baker and the Beauty' (0.46/3, 2.3 million).
On Tuesday, NBC led the first hour of primetime with 'The Voice' (7.2 million) which led the entire night in adults 18-49 (0.96/5), adults 18-34 (0.5/4), and women 18-34 (0.6/5). ABC's season finale of 'The Connors' (0.94/5, 6.05 million) was a very close-second, down only 23K demo viewers from 'Voice' (1.24 million v. 1.217 million), and down just a tenth from 'Voice' in women 18-49 (1.1/6 vs. 1.2/6). Over at CW was 'The Flash' (0.39/2, 1.2 million) which was, by far, the youngest skewing show of the night at 49.7 (1 share in people over 50).
The finale of 'Bless This Mess' (0.60/3, 3.8 million) lost a chunk of its 'Connors' lead-in (778,000 viewers in the demo), but was still ABC's second-best performing show of the night.
At 9pm, 'Ellen's Game of Games' (0.82/4, 4.1 million) took an easy victory over ABC's 'mixed-ish' (0.48/3, 2.6 million) and CW's 'Legends of Tomorrow' (0.19/1, 721,000), though 'Legends' was the youngest-skewing show on the hour at 55.7. At 9:30, the finale of 'black-ish' (0.45/2, 2.5 million) was fractional in all demos.
The only new CBS episode of the night was 10pm's 'FBI: Most Wanted' (0.62/4, 6.6 million) which outpaced ABC's 'For Life' (0.43/2, 2.2 million) by two tenths. Among all new episodes, 'FBI' had was the oldest-skewing at 66.0 (11 share in people over 50), though an 8pm rerun of 'NCIS' was the oldest skewing overall (69.8, 11 share in P50+).
On Monday cable, 'Love & Hip Hop' (0.53, 1.24 million) brought in the day's best numbers in women 18-49 (0.75 rating), females 12-34 (0.51) and people 18-34 (0.39). TLC's '90 Day Fiance' (0.48, 1.83 million) was close behind at 0.65/0.38/0.3 in those demos, but was seven-tenths higher in people over 50. 'T.I. & Tiny' (0.34, 887,000) was 0.49/0.39/0.3.
Three hours of 'WWE Entertainment' on USA notched the top numbers in the major male demos at 0.61/0.57/0.54 in men 18-49 and 0.28/0.28/0.25 in males 12-34. In total viewers, the episodes ranged between 1.56 and 1.8 million.
Other programs of note include TBS's 'American Dad' (0.28, 652,000), MTV's 'Ridiculousness' (0.21, 532,000), WGN America's 'Almost Paradise' (0.02, 198,000), Showtime's 'Desus & Mero' (0.02, 69,000), and HBO's 'My Brilliant Friend' (0.01, 130,000).
On Tuesday cable, Bravo's 'Vanderpump Rules' (0.44, 1.16 million) led the day in adults 18-49, women 18-49 (0.59 rating), and people 25-54 (0.57 rating). TLC was close behind as 'Little People, Big World' (0.37, 2 million) was at 0.48/0.5 in those demos, but '7 Little Johnstons' (0.25, 1.4 million) was distant at 0.32/0.35. MTV's 'Teen Mom' (0.37, 752,000) took the top spot in females 12-34 (0.45) and ranked second in women 18-49 (0.52). 'Ridiculousness' (0.16, 400,000) had a lackluster 0.13/0.16 in those demos.
Elsewhere was History's 'Lost Gold of WW2' (0.26, 1.61 million), Food Network's 'Chopped' (0.25, 853,000), TBS's 'The Last OG' (0.24, 717,000), OWN's 'If Loving You is Wrong' (0.19, 1.02 million), TruTV 'Tirdy Works' (0.06, 135,000), Motor Trend's 'Overhaulin' (0.05, 295,000), HBO's 'Natalie Wood: What Remains' (0.05, 459,000), and FS1's 'WWE Backstage' (0.02, 75,000).
Overall television viewing: 86.63 million people had their televisions on Monday in primetime with 24.01 million of them in the key demo (18.55 rating). 84.66 million people had their televisions on Tuesday in primetime with 23.37 million of them in the key demo (18.05 rating).