The ABC dating show, which last night saw Peter Weber whittle his potential partners down to four, scored a 1.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 6.4 million viewers, its highest tally so far in season 24, beating the premiere by around 400,000 total viewers. That represents a 37% jump in rating and a 25% increase in viewership week-to-week.
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“Good Doctor” benefited from its handy “Bachelor” boost, ticking up 12% to a 0.9 rating and 11% to 6.3 million viewers, also a season high. The medical drama’s ratings bump came on the same day that it was renewed for a fourth season.
Fox and NBC tied for second place in the overall network table, with “America’s Got Talent: Champions” and “9-1-1: Lone Star” both scoring a 1.0. For “AGT” that represents an even showing in rating, and the talent show drew 7.2 million total viewers, a 400,000 viewer bump on last week. “Manifest” followed that up with a 0.6 and 3.7 million viewers.
“Lone Star” ticked down on last episode in both metrics, as did “Prodigal Son” which followed with a 0.7 and 3.1 million viewers.
Over on CBS, “The Neighborhood,” “All Rise” and “Bull” were all up week-to-week, posting a 0.9, a 0.7, and a 0.7 respectively. However, “Neighborhood” shed around 600,000 total viewers from last episode, ending up with 6.4 million, a nine-week low. “Bob Hearts Abishola” was even at a 0.7 and 6 million total viewers.
“All American” found success on the CW, posting a 0.3 rating and 810,000 total viewers, its highest viewership since the season 2 premiere. “Black Lightning” scored a 0.2 and 650,000 total viewers, about the same number as last week.
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