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TV Ratings Monday, October 3: UPDATED with Finals: The Big Bang Theory Adjusted Up, Conviction, Timeless, Scorpion Adjusted Down + More


Finals: Monday night's final ratings were mostly bad news, but there was some good. The Big Bang Theory adjusted up a tenth to 3.5, making it even with last week, and The Voice also adjusted up a tenth, to 3.0. Meanwhile, both new shows that premiered last night adjusted down a tenth, Timeless to 1.8, and Conviction to 0.9, giving them both even less impressive starts. CBS's other programs adjusted down due to a football pre-emption, Kevin Can Wait adjusting down two tenths to a 2.2, making it an even larger fall from last week, and Scorpion down three tenths to 1.5, making it a tenth lower than its season finale and tying its series low. Finally, the CW's Supergirl reruns adjusted down, both earning 0.2s in the finals. The table reflects the changes, while the analysis below remains unchanged.

Here are the final ratings for Monday, October 3:

Time
Show (Network)
18-49 Rating
8:00
Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
1.7

The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
3.5

Supergirl - R (CW)
0.2

Gotham (FOX)
1.0

The Voice (NBC)
3.0

8:30
Kevin Can Wait (CBS)
2.2

9:00
Scorpion (CBS)
1.5

Supergirl - R (CW)
0.2
Lucifer (FOX)
1.1



10:00
Conviction (ABC)
0.9
Timeless (NBC)
1.8




On NBC, The Voice was down from last week's 3.2, with a 2.9 rating. Then, the series premiere of Timeless scored a 1.9, down from the premiere of The Good Place two weeks ago (2.6/2.0) and way down from Blindspot's premiere last year, which scored a 3.1. It followed an episode of The Voice that earned a 3.5.

On ABC, Dancing with the Stars was down from last week's 1.8 to a 1.7. New series Conviction premiered to a 1.0, down from the season premiere of Castle last season, which scored a 1.2.

On CBS, The Big Bang Theory was down, scoring a 3.4, compared to last week's 3.5. Kevin Can Wait fell from last week's 2.7 down to a 2.4 rating. The two-hour season premiere of Scorpion was up from last season's finale's 1.6 and down from the previous season premiere's 2.2 with a 1.8. Last season the series aired at 9:00.

On FOX, Gotham was down from last week's 1.2, scoring a 1.0. Lucifer was down from the 1.3 it earned two weeks ago in its season premiere, scoring a 1.1.

On the CW, two reruns of Supergirl earned a 0.3 and 0.4 rating.