Ratings: CBS’ ‘The Neighborhood’ Evicts 21 Percent of Premiere Viewers in Week 2

NBC’s “The Voice” and “Manifest” are Monday’s Top 2 shows

Last Updated: October 9, 2018 @ 9:22 AM

Cedric the Entertainer just lost some neighbors. In Week 2, the comedian’s CBS sitcom “The Neighborhood” shed 21 percent of its premiere viewers and slipped 15 percent from the debut’s 18-49 demo rating.

CBS ended up fourth in ratings for the evening and third in the key demo. NBC won Monday night with “The Voice” and “Manifest,” which were the No. 1 and No. 2 shows in primetime.

NBC was first in ratings with a 1.9 rating/7 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. “The Voice” from 8-10 p.m. averaged a 2.0/8 and 9.7 million viewers. “Manifest” at 10 earned a 1.7/7 and 7.8 million viewers.

Fox was second in ratings with a 1.2/4, but fourth and in viewers with 5.4 million. “The Resident” at 8 received a 0.9/4 and 4.9 million viewers. At 9, “9-1-1-” put up a 1.4/5 and 5.9 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.1/4 and second in viewers with 7.6 million. “Dancing With the Stars” from 8-10 averaged a 1.1/5 and 7.6 million viewers. At 10, “The Good Doctor” got a 1.2/5 and 7.4 million viewers. ABC programming was preempted in the Washington, D.C. market, which may have been inflating these fast-national numbers.

CBS was fourth in ratings with a 0.9/3 and third in viewers with 6 million. “The Neighborhood” at 8 had a 1.1/5 and 6.4 million viewers. “Happy Together” at 8:30 got a 0.9/3 and 5 million viewers. “Magnum P.I.” at 9 received a 0.9/3 and 6 million viewers. At 10, “Bull” closed primetime with a 0.7/3 and 6.4 million viewers.

Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and sixth in viewers with 1.3 million.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and in viewers with 1.4 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.2/1 and in viewers with 610,000. The CW aired Night 2 of the iHeartRadio Music Festival throughout primetime, averaging those numbers.

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