TV Ratings: 'The Odd Couple' and 'Jane the Virgin' Hold With Returns

The Hollywood Reporter

The Odd Couple and Jane the Virgin held steady in their returns.

The two series, which both kicked off their third seasons Monday, were relatively even from their season-two finale numbers. The Odd Couple was up two-tenths from its season-two finale, notching a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49. However, those numbers were down from the multicam's season-two premiere, which grabbed a 1.5 rating last spring airing behind The Big Bang Theory.

Jane the Virgin, now paired with new CW addition Supergirl at 8 p.m., returned to a 0.4 rating. Supergirl (0.9 rating), meanwhile, dipped two-tenths in week two.

Elsewhere on CBS, which will see the debut of Matt LeBlanc's new comedy Man With a Plan next week, the lineup was even. The Big Bang Theory, which moves back to Thursday on Oct. 27, drew a 3.4 rating, followed by Kevin Can Wait (2.1 adults), which earned a full-season pickup Monday.;2 Broke Girls (1.6 adults) and Scorpion (1.3 adults) were also on par.

On NBC, The Voice fell three-tenths to a 2.6 rating, while Timeless (1.5 adults) was flat at 10 p.m.

Dancing With the Stars (1.5 adults) and Conviction (0.8 adults) were both steady for ABC.

Fox also had a quiet night with even showings of Gotham and Lucifer, both of which notched a 1.1 rating.