One performer’s routine on “The Masked Singer” last night might have been a little too bare bones for the judges, however, the show’s ratings showed a lot more flesh.
The Fox singing competition show ticked up from last week among adults 18-49 to a 2.1 rating, and gained around 100,000 total viewers to end up with 7.2 million. Freshman drama “Almost Family” followed it up with a 0.7 rating and 2.5 million total viewers, stable on last week.
There was also some good news for NBC, whose “Chicago” trilogy crossover led to a ratings bump for all three. “Fire” and “Med” were both up around 30% to a 1.3 and a 1.4, while “P.D.” went up 40% from last week to a 1.4. The trio of shows were the most watched on the night, with “Chicago Med” drawing the largest audience of 8.8 million total viewers, and they also led NBC to tie with Fox in the overall network rankings for the night.
Also up last night was “Survivor” on CBS, which leapt over 20% to a 1.4 rating and just under 7 million total viewers. “Seal Team” and “S.W.A.T.” followed with a 0.7 and a 0.5 rating respectively.
On ABC, “The Goldbergs,” “Single Parents” and “Stumptown” were even on last week at a 1.0, a 0.7 and a 0.6 respectively, while “Schooled” and “Modern Family” were up a touch at a 0.8 and a 1.0.
Finally on the CW, both “Riverdale” and “Nancy Drew” dropped off from their premieres last week. The high school show fell around 50% to a 0.2 and shed around 300,000 total viewers, while the mystery series also dropped to a 0.2 and lost approximately the same amount of viewers.