“All Rise” found a highly creative way to put together its season 1 finale, however, the virtual episode failed to deliver a ratings or audience bump.
In fact, last night’s finale drew 5 million total viewers, which represents the Simone Missick drama’s smallest audience in two months. It was a similar story for CBS’ two other finales on the night, as “The Neighborhood” drew an average of 6.6 million viewers across its -back-to-back episodes, its lowest tally since early March. “Bull” also lost a chunk of viewers with its season 4 finale, falling to 6.8 million viewers. Ratings-wise, “Neighborhood” scored a 0.9 among adults 18-49 (a slight drip from last episode), “All Rise” a 0.6 and “Bull” a 0.7.
Meanwhile “The Voice” aired a virtual episode of the top 17 performers to a 1.0 rating and 7.3 million viewers, which represents a season low in both metrics. “Songland” came in even week-to-week at a 0.6 rating and 3.8 million viewers.
Over on ABC, “The Bachelor” spinoff “Listen to Your Heart” kept beating at the same steady rhythm as last week, scoring a 0.6 rating and 2.8 million pairs of eyeballs. Afterwards, “The Baker and the Beauty” came in even at a 0.5 and 2.3 million viewers.
“9-1-1” was the highest-rated show on the night for Fox, delivering a 1.2 rating and 6.8 million total viewers. A replay of its “Lone Star” spinoff scored a 0.6 and 3.3 million viewers in the 9 p.m. time slot.
On the CW, “Whose Line Is It Anyway” came in at a 0.2 and 921,000 viewers with a new episode, followed by a replay at a 0.2 and 806,000. “Roswell, New Mexico” scored a 0.1 rating and 655,000 viewers.