CBS Slate is rising with the final; NCIS, NBA Coverage Leads – Deadline

CBS’s Monday slate had a fairly good night and almost all the series ticked up in both demo ratings and viewership numbers for their season finale.

Monday, the current season of CBS farewell The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abhishola, NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii. All headlines were both measured up from the previous week, except The neighborhood Which was fixed in the demo. On Monday’s slate of CBS, NCIS The highest rate was the program. The play, which gave a rating of 0.5 in the 18-49 demo and 7.19 million viewers, also marked the most viewed show of the night overall. Throughout his season, NCIS Was a stable performer dipping two decimals in the demo alone and had nearly 1 million viewers since its premiere (0.7, 8.15M).

The neighborhood (0.5, 5.69M) was slightly lower in the demo than the debut (0.6, 5.12M) Bob Hearts Abhisola (0.5, 5.24M) matched his season opener. Newcomer NCIS: It was Hawaii Also slightly lower than its series premiere (0.5, 6.33M).

CBS was not the only network tutoring season finale. Monday, the current season of CW farewell All American (0.2, 0.65M) and All Americans: Homecoming (0.1, 0.50M), both of which are set to return to the new season The flagship series coincided with its season premiere in a T20 when SpinOfty ticked up viewers since its series debut (0.1, 0.47M). Both series were up from the previous week.

After his conclusion 9-1-1 And 9-1-1: Lone Star Season welcomes Fox’s premiere Do not forget the song! And Beat Shazam Season 5. Nisi Nash-Fronted Do not forget the song! The reboot demo made a decent debut with a rating of 0.3 and a viewership of 2.03 million. Of Jamie Foxx Beat Shazam (0.4, 1.82M) both counts matched his Season 4 final and had more viewers than the previous season’s debut (0.4, 1.69).

Featuring ABC’s NBA coverage, which dominated Monday’s primetime demo rating. NBC aired an exhibition Jurassic World.

The primetime lineup will continue to end on Tuesday with the completion of CBS The FBI Slate, goodbye to NBC Pearsons This is us And Fox wrap up Name That Tune.

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