After taking a little dip last week following the culmination of its tsunami disaster arc, “9-1-1” is back up in the TV ratings, and topping Monday night.

The Fox show posted a 1.5 among adults 18-49, and was even in total viewership from last week at 6.3 million. “Prodigal Son” followed it up with a 0.8, up from a fraction on last week, and 3.4 million total viewers.

NBC’s “The Voice” was the second highest rated show of the night with a 1.3 rating, and the most watched drawing just under 8 million total viewers. Its freshman follow up “Bluff City Law” was even at a 0.5, and gained over 300,000 viewers from last week to end up with 3.7 million.

“The Good Doctor” was the third highest rated show on Monday night with a 1.0 for ABC, up 25% on last week, and the medical drama also gained around 600,000 total viewers. “Dancing With the Stars” came in at a 0.9, and gained almost 500,00 total viewers on last week.

Over on CBS, “All Rise” rose to a season high 0.7 rating and was watched by 5.4 million total viewers, its highest tally for three weeks. Fellow new fall show “Bob Hearts Abishola” was even at a 0.7, and also saw a viewership bump of roughly 300,000. “The Neighborhood” came in at a 0.9, and “Bull” scored a 0.7 in the 10 p.m. slot.

Finally on The CW, “Black Lightning” and “All American” ticked back up to match their season premiere 0.3 ratings, and both surpassed their first episodes from two weeks ago in total viewership, the former drawing just under 900,000 total viewers and the latter a hair under 1 million.

Fox won the night overall with a 1.1 average rating, followed by NBC and ABC who tied at a 1.0. CBS came fourth with a 0.7.