Monday TV ratings: The Voice down, 9-1-1 wins demo

9-1-1: L-R: Ryan Guzman and guest star Jared Ejgiu in the “Rage” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Oct. 21 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2019 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Jack Zeman/FOX.
9-1-1: L-R: Ryan Guzman and guest star Jared Ejgiu in the “Rage” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Oct. 21 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2019 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Jack Zeman/FOX. /
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9-1-1 took the top spot in the demo in the Monday TV ratings on Oct. 21. The Voice was the only show to see a decline in viewership. Here’s a look at all.

The TV ratings are in for Oct. 21 and they’re excellent. All but one show saw upward ticks in their demos and total audiences, with 9-1-1 taking the top spot for the demo. Here’s a full look at the Monday TV ratings.

The Voice was the only show to see a downward tick in the ratings, although relatively small compared to some movement that we’ve seen in the past. In fact, the total audience was relatively steady and the demo was down just 5%. The total audience was the best of the entire night.

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Wait, didn’t I saw 9-1-1 was? The FOX first responder drama had the best demo of the night, pulling in a 1.5 rating with an 8% uptick. That wasn’t the best tick up, though.

The CW saw some excellent increases. All American was up by 25% in the demo and 40% in the total audience, almost seeing a million people tuning in live. Black Lightning was up by 30% in the demo and 42% in the total audience.

The CBS comedies and dramas were also up a good amount. The Neighborhood ticked up by 9% in the demo and 7% in the total audience, while Bob Hearts Abishola was up by 4% in the demo and 7% in the total audience. All Rise and The Bull continued the increases compared to the previous episodes.

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NBC’s Bluff City Law remained steady in the demo and saw almost a 10% increase in the total audience. Sadly, the show remains the lowest in the demo outside of The CW and was also second lowest in the total audience (behind Prodigal Son, which ticked up in both metrics too). NBC has already decided the legal drama isn’t getting a full-season order, suggesting that it’s one and done for the show.

Take a look at the full Monday TV ratings to see how your favorite shows performed.

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