Ratings: 9-1-1 Tops Monday After a 6 week hiatus, American Idol remains low

In the latest TV show ratings, Fox’s 9-1-1 returned from a six-week hiatus to 5.9 million viewers and a 1.0 demo rating from its previous fresh episode, but still in the demo on Monday. TVLine readers gave the spring premiere an average grade of “A +”; read post mortem.

9-1-1: Lone Star (5.4 mil / 0.8, reader rating “A +”; read post mortem) also returned by a tenth in the demo.

Over on NBC, The Voice (6.2 mil / 0.85, read the synopsis) rose week by week, leading Monday in the overall audience. The debris (2.6 mil / 0.4) was stable.

Elsewhere:

ABC | American Idol hit the season lows on Sunday night of 4.1 mil / 0.55; Read the summary. The good doctor (4 mil / 0.5 read summary) dipped to meet his demo low.

THE CW | All American (683K / 0.2) and black flashes (426K / 0.1) were stable.

CBS | The neighborhood (5 mil / 0.7) rose in the demo while Bob Hearts Abishola (4.7 mil / 0.5), All Rise (3.2 mil / 0.4) and Bull (4.6 mil / 0.4) were all stable.

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The Live + Same Day numbers given in our rating column do not reflect the overall performance of a program, as delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms as well as display outside the home is increasingly used. Instead, these numbers (Nielsen Fast Nationals, unless labeled finals) aim to merely illustrate trends or superlatives. Don’t mock the Happy Fun Ball.

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