Tuesday, September 26, 2017

UPDATED Monday Ratings - 'Young Sheldon' and 'The Good Doctor' Open Strong; 'The Voice' and 'Scorpion' Return Down

On September 25, 2017, CBS won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 2.27 rating - followed by NBC (2.17), ABC (1.80), FOX (0.55) and The CW (0.20).

Furthermore, CBS won in total viewers with 10.413 million viewers - followed by ABC (9.987), NBC (8.969), FOX (1.938) and The CW (0.911).



UPDATE - The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon were adjusted up. Me, Myself and I, The Brave, Dancing With the Stars, The Good Doctor and So You Think You Can Dance were adjusted down.

CBS (2.27 Rating, 10.413 Million Viewers)
        THE BIG BANG THEORY (4.1) SEASON PREMIERE
        YOUNG SHELDON (3.8) SERIES PREMIERE
        KEVIN CAN WAIT (2.3) SEASON PREMIERE
        ME, MYSELF AND I (1.6) SERIES PREMIERE
        SCORPION (1.0) SEASON PREMIERE

NBC (2.17 Rating, 8.969 Million Viewers)
        THE VOICE (2.6) SEASON PREMIERE
        THE BRAVE (1.3) SERIES PREMIERE

ABC (1.80 Rating, 9.987 Million Viewers)
        DANCING WITH THE STARS (1.4, -0.2)
        THE GOOD DOCTOR (2.2) SERIES PREMIERE

FOX (0.55 Rating, 1.938 Million Viewers)
        SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE (0.5, -0.1) SEASON FINALE

THE CW (0.20 Rating, 0.911 Million Viewers)
        SUPERGIRL (0.2) REPEAT
        PENN & TELLER: FOOL US (0.2, -0.2)


                                        The Final Ratings for Monday, September 25 
Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
8:00 PM
CBS
The Big Bang Theory
4.1
17.653

NBC
The Voice (8-10)
2.6
10.570

ABC
Dancing With the Stars (8-10)
1.4
8.668

FOX
So You Think You Can Dance (8-10)
0.5
1.910

The CW
Supergirl - R
0.2
0.877
8:30 PM
CBS
Young Sheldon
3.8
17.209
9:00 PM
CBS
Kevin Can Wait
2.3
10.259

The CW
Penn & Teller: Fool Us
0.2
0.924
9:30 PM
CBS
Me, Myself and I
1.6
7.455
10:00 PM
ABC
The Good Doctor
2.2
11.216

NBC
The Brave
1.3
5.958

CBS
Scorpion
1.0
5.754

Average Rating: 1.77
Average Viewership: 8.204


NOTE: For the 2017-18 broadcast season, Nielsen has determined that there are 119.6 million TV households. The Adults 18-49 demographic is the rating most commonly reported and helps determine ad rates but is not the sole explanation for whether a show will be renewed or cancelled.