In the latest TV ratings, ABC’s Bachelor in Paradise and NBC’s The Voice tied for the nightly demo win, while CBS’ FBI copped Tuesday’s largest audience.
Bachelor in Paradise opened ABC’s night with 2.4 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating. Leading out of that, The Rookie: Feds retained 2.2 mil and only a 0.3. TVLine readers gave the spinoff debut an average grade of “C+,” with 66% planning to stay tuned.
Over on NBC, The Voice (5.8 mil/0.6, read recap) dipped week-to-week yet tied for the demo win. La Brea (3.9 mil/0.4, TVLine reader grade “B”) opened Season 2 down from its freshman averages (5 mil/0.6). Closing out the night, New Amsterdam (2.8 mil/0.3) tied its all-time demo low.
All of CBS’ FBIs were up in viewers week-to-week, with International (5.8 mil/0.5) also holding steady in the demo. FBI (6.9 mil/0.5) and Most Wanted (5.2 mil/0.4), however, ticked down in the demo.
Fox’s The Resident (2.6 mil/0.3) ticked down to match its demo low, while Monarch (1.8 mil/0.2) matched its Episode 2 numbers.
The CW’s Leonardo (370K/0.0) and Devils (165K/0.0) each dropped some eyeballs.
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