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Tuesday Ratings Table: Chicago Fire Continues to Impress, Wicked City Hits a 0.4


Time
Show Name
Network
A 18-49 Rating
Preliminary Half-Hours
Last Airing’s A18-49
8
The Voice
NBC
2.6
2.5/2.7/2.9/2.8
2.0 (clip show)
NCIS
CBS
2.2
2.2/2.3
2.3
The Flash
The CW
1.5
1.5/1.4
1.5
The Muppets
ABC
1.2

1.4
Grandfathered
FOX
1.0

1.0
8:30
Fresh Off The Boat
ABC
1.3

1.6
The Grinder
FOX
0.8

0.8
9
NCIS: NO
CBS
1.7
1.7/1.6
1.9
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD
ABC
1.3
1.3/1.3
1.4
Scream Queens
FOX
0.9
1.0/0.9
1.0
iZombie
The CW
0.6
0.7/0.6
0.6
10
Chicago Fire
NBC
2.1
2.1/2.0
1.8
Limitless
CBS
1.5
1.5/1.4
1.5
Wicked City
ABC
0.4 !!! (Wow!)
0.5/0.4
0.7
11:30
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
NBC
1.1

0.9
Jimmy Kimmel Live
ABC
0.5

0.5
Late Show with Stephen Colbert
CBS
0.4

0.4
12:30
Late Night with Seth Meyers
NBC
0.5

0.4
Nightline
ABC
0.3

0.3
Late Late Show with James Corden
CBS
0.2

0.2

Wow. Wow. Wow. A 0.4. If that doesn't get Wicked City off the schedule, I don't know what does. It wasn't looking too good for the rest of ABC's night either, with The Muppets (1.2) hitting a series low, Fresh Off The Boat (1.3) tying its series low, and Marvel's Agents of SHIELD (1.3).

The Flash (1.5) managed to beat every single show on ABC and FOX last night, despite airing on The CW. I think that says a lot for The CW's growth, but also a lot for the deterioration of these two networks on Tuesday nights. FOX saw Grandfathered (1.0) and The Grinder (0.8) stay at their low numbers (but apparently high enough to get a full season order). It also saw Scream Queens (0.9) go fractional for the first time. I'll post the W18-34 demo numbers when they are available. Back to The CW--it also saw iZombie (0.6) stay steady, but it shed almost two-thirds of its lead-in's audience.

NBC
There were some bright spots on the schedule though. NCIS (2.2) almost stayed steady despite increased competition in the hour from The Voice (2.6), which almost doubled the number Best Time Ever got there last week. Another bright spot was Chicago Fire (2.1), which kept excellent retention out of The Voice and is proving to be their strongest scripted series. Other bright spots included NCIS: NO (1.7), down two tenths but winning the hour amongst scripted programs, and Limitless (1.5), which remained steady with last week.