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Ratings: NBC Catches Back Up With Fox as ‘9-1-1’ Falls

Despite ”Bluff City Law’s“ rough night

No need to call 9-1-1 for “9-1-1,” but the first-responder drama slipped enough in ratings on Monday to allow NBC back into a first-place tie with Fox.

NBC and Fox tied for first in ratings, both with a 1.1 rating/5 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic, according to preliminary numbers. NBC was second in total viewers with 6.5 million, Fox was fourth with 5 million.

For NBC, “The Voice” from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. averaged a 1.4 rating and 7.9 million viewers. At 10, “Bluff City Law” managed a 0.5 and 3.6 million viewers.

For Fox, “9-1-1” at 8 had a 1.4/6 and 6.4 million viewers. At 9, “Prodigal Son” got a 0.8/3 and 3.6 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.0/5 and first in viewers with 7 million. From 8-10, “Dancing With the Stars” averaged a 1.1/5 and 7.3 million viewers. “The Good Doctor” at 10 received a 1.0/5 and 6.6 million viewers.

It’s likely that ABC’s ratings are inflated a bit due to local broadcast markets carrying sister cable channel ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.”

CBS was fourth in ratings with a 0.7/3 and third in viewers with 5.3 million. “The Neighborhood” at 8 had a 0.8/4 and 5.3 million viewers. “Bob Hearts Abishola” at 8:30 got a 0.7/3 and 4.9 million viewers. “All Rise” at 9 received 0.6/3 and 5 million viewers. At 10, “Bull” finished primetime off with a 0.6/3 and 5.7 million viewers.

Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.6/2 and in viewers with 1.6 million.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.4 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.2/1 and in viewers with 682,000. “All American” at 8 had a 0.2/1 and 730,000 viewers. At 9, “Black Lightning” got a 0.2/1 and 634,000 viewers.