Monday TV ratings: 911 down, All American up [Nov. 15]

9-1-1: Oliver Stark in the “Ghost Stories” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Nov. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. CR: Jack Zeman / FOX.
9-1-1: Oliver Stark in the “Ghost Stories” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Nov. 8 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. CR: Jack Zeman / FOX. /
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911 saw another tick downward in the live TV ratings, while All American and 4400 continued to rise. Here’s a look at how all shows fared on Monday, Nov. 15.

Not everything aired new on Monday, Nov. 15. CBS had a night of reruns. However, it’s worth noting that the live ratings were still pretty strong for the night. In fact, NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii held up well in the audience in their timeslots, with NCIS winning its timeslot in the audience and demo (barring the second hour of The Voice and Dancing with the Stars).

The CW had a great night. Both All American and 4400 were up in both metrics. I continue to believe that both of these shows are extremely safe. They’re guaranteed renewals, and the continued rises in the metrics prove that.

911 down, The Big Leap up in the live TV ratings

FOX had a mixed night. Starting off with its No. 1 drama, 911 took another fall in the demo and audience. The delayed numbers do help this show tick up, but it’s always disappointing to see the show fall in the numbers.

The Big Leap was up 5% in the demo and 25% in the audience, though. The numbers are still on the low side and this show hasn’t received a backorder. I don’t think it’s getting a second season.

NBC saw The Voice tick up 5% in the demo and 3% in the audience to win the night. Ordinary Joe was up 20% in the demo but down almost 7% in the audience. I’m on the fence about Ordinary Joe at the moment, but I really want to see it renewed.

Finishing with ABC, Dancing with the Stars was down 15% in the demo and 3% in the audience. I don’t think this is anything to worry about, but the show will want to pay attention to the weekly dips.

The Good Doctor was down 7% in the demo but up 2% in the audience. As long as Freddie Highmore signs on for another season, I can see this show being renewed. It won the timeslot in both metrics this week.

Take a look at the live TV ratings for Monday, Nov. 15 to see how your favorite shows performed.

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