Monday TV ratings: Prodigal Son down, The Good Doctor up

PRODIGAL SON: L-R: Halston Sage and Tom Payne in the "Q&A" episode of PRODIGAL SON airing Monday, Nov. 4 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2019 FOX MEDIA LLC. Cr: Eric Liebowitz/FOX.
PRODIGAL SON: L-R: Halston Sage and Tom Payne in the "Q&A" episode of PRODIGAL SON airing Monday, Nov. 4 (9:01-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2019 FOX MEDIA LLC. Cr: Eric Liebowitz/FOX. /
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Prodigal Son saw a small dip in the ratings on Nov. 4. The Good Doctor and Dancing With the Stars were up. Here’s a look at the Monday TV ratings.

The Monday TV ratings are in and they’re mixed. While ABC had a good night with Dancing with the Stars and The Good Doctor, FOX’s night wasn’t perfect with Prodigal Son dropping in the ratings. Here’s a full look at the ratings for Nov. 4.

It shouldn’t be surprising to hear that The Voice remained the #1 show in the demo. It was joint first, though, with 9-1-1 jumping up 2% to score a 1.3 demo rating. While The Voice was the #1 show in the total audience, it did see a 4% drop. Meanwhile, 9-1-1 also saw a 4% drop.

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The drop for FOX would continue into Prodigal Son, although it’s not quite at a season-low in the total audience just yet. Sadly, the demo is down to a season-low at a 0.7 rating. Despite the fall to the season-low in the demo, the series won the timeslot in the demo, so FOX will be happy.

ABC’s night was good. Both Dancing with the Stars and The Good Doctor ticked up in both metrics. In fact, the scripted medical drama won the timeslot in both metrics.

CBS’ night was a little more mixed. It started strong with The Neighborhood rebounding with a 25% increase in the total audience, but Bob Hearts Abishola dropped 14% in the demo. Fellow new series, All Rise, lost 16% of its demo but gained 13% in the total audience to win the night in the timeslot in that metric. Both new shows have been extended to full seasons, so it looks like CBS is happy with their performances. They’ll need to remain steady to land a renewal.

9-1-1: L-R: Pepi Sonuga and Jeff Pierre in the “Athena Begins” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Nov. 4 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2019 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Jack Zeman / FOX.
9-1-1: L-R: Pepi Sonuga and Jeff Pierre in the “Athena Begins” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Nov. 4 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. © 2019 FOX MEDIA LLC. CR: Jack Zeman / FOX. /

Bull had the worst luck of the night. It lost in both demo and total audience in double digits. Bluff City Law continued to bring up the rear in the demo, with a 0.5 rating (down 5%) meeting its previous season-low. Likewise, it lost 5% of its audience, although isn’t at a season-low point just yet.

Considering Bluff City Law hasn’t been extended past its initially 10-episode season order, things aren’t looking good for a renewal. It will likely be one-and-done for the legal drama.

Meanwhile, The CW opted for reruns of its two shows, All American and Black Lighting. Despite reruns, the ratings were about average or above, suggesting a small but loyal fanbase. The two shows are likely safe because there are more watching via Netflix.

Check out the full Monday TV ratings to see how your favorite shows performed.

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