TV Ratings for Monday, May 16: ‘Good Doctor’ ‘9-1-1’ Renewed

In the latest TV show chart, Fox’s 9-1-1 the finale leads on Monday in the demo, while CBS’ NCIS attracted the largest audience.

CBS’s opening night, Next site (5.3 million / 0.5) was reduced in the demo, while Bobishola (5.1 million / 0.4) is stable. A really enjoyable episode of NCIS (6.3 million / 0.4) however forces the demo of the series to be low, while NCIS: Hawai’i (4.8 million / 0.3) posted the second smallest audience and hit a demo low with Season 1 of the freshman finale.

On Fox, newly renewed 9-1-1 (5.3 million / 0.7, read autopsies) and Lonely Star (4.5 million/0.6, autopsies read) are all stable with their season finale.

Leading out of a Upward rebroadcast (2 million / 0.4, and still low–SQUIRREL!), good doctor (3.3 million / 0.3, read autopsies) dropped to a demo low at the end of the season.

Before next week’s finale, The CW’s All Americans (560K / 0.2) and recently renewed Come home (400K/0.1) matched or reached their best audiences as of March 21, with the former also increasing in the demo.

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Emma James

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