Matt LeBlanc’s “Man With a Plan” returned last night to CBS. Based on its Nielsen numbers, the sitcom may need a better plan.
CBS settled for fourth place in the key 18-49 demographic last night, when ABC leapfrogged NBC to finish first outright. They Disney-owned broadcaster was preempted in the Miami and Charlotte markets for “Monday Night Football,” however, so the network’s primetime averages are subject to some extra adjustment, which could shake up the evening’s demo podium.
“The Voice,” “The Good Doctor” and “Dancing With the Stars” were the big players between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. — see how every original performed in primetime below.
ABC was first in ratings with a 1.7 rating/6 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 10.3 million, according to preliminary numbers. “DWTS” at 8 landed a 1.5/5 and 10.1 million viewers. At 10, “The Good Doctor” earned a 1.9/8 and 10.5 million viewers.
NBC was second in ratings with a 1.6/6 and in viewers with 8 million. “The Voice” at 8 scored a 1.9/7 and 9.5 million viewers. At 10, “The Brave” received a 1.0/4 and 5.1 million viewers.
Fox was third in ratings with a 1.0/3 and fourth in viewers with 3.3 million. “Lucifer” at 8 had a 1.0/4 and 3.6 million viewers. At 9, “The Gifted” got a 0.9/3 and 3 million viewers.
CBS was fourth in ratings with a 0.9/3 and third in viewers with 5 million. “Kevin Can Wait” at 8 had a 1.2/5 and 6.1 million viewers. At 8:30, “Man With a Plan” put up a 1.0/4 and 5.4 million viewers. “Superior Donuts” at 9 got a 0.9/3 and 5 million viewers. At 9:30, “9JKL” managed a 0.8/3 and 4.3 million viewers. “Scorpion” at 10 finished off primetime to a 0.8/3 and 4.7 million viewers.
Univision and Telemundo tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.5/2. Univision was fifth in total viewers with 1.5 million, Telemundo was seventh with 1.3 million.
The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and sixth in viewers with 1.4 million. “Supergirl” at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.9 million viewers. At 9, “Valor” got a 0.2/1 and 976,000 viewers.
Every WWE Champion Ever, Ranked by Number of Reigns (Photos)
From Buddy Rogers to Kofi Kingston, here are all the guys from the old WWWF and WWF days — and beyond
Pro-wrestling championship belts change hands (or waists) like grapplers change trunks these days, though it wasn't always that way. With a few titles on the line Friday at "Super Showdown" -- including Kofi Kingston's WWE Championship -- TheWrap decided to grace the Internet with a little history lesson. Scroll through our gallery to see every WWE Champion ever, ranked by their numbers of title reigns.
Remember: this is a list of those who won the WWWF Championship, the WWF Championship or the WWE Championship. So don't come after us, Universal Champions, et al.
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