How the 2022 Fall Broadcast TV Premieres Stack Up in Ratings (Photos)

So far, Fox’s “Monarch” is the top-rated premiere of the season, but NBC has the most shows in the Top 10

Fall Broadcast TV Premieres Ratings
Fall Broadcast TV Premieres: (clockwise, starting at upper left) "The Voice," "Monarch," Law and Order: SVU," "The Masked Singer," "Survivor" and "Abbott Elementary"

The fall television season has officially kicked off, and the major broadcasters are battling it out for viewership among a slate of both scripted and unscripted series.

We ranked each of the broadcast network’s fall premieres, which began to roll out in mid-September. The list below accounts for the live plus same-day ratings in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic for each show and will be updated as the fall TV season continues.

As nearly all the fall broadcast premieres have rolled out, Fox’s new country series “Monarch” reigns as the ratings champion with a 0.91 in the demo. However, it’s certainly worth noting that the premiere followed a Sunday NFL doubleheader on Sept.