‘Manifesto’, ‘The Voice’: TV ratings Monday, April 6


The NBC season finale Manifesto has drawn its widest audience the same day since its premiere in January and has helped NBC direct the three prime-time hours to adults 18 to 49 years of age. CBS programming also recorded stronger ratings, while ABC and The Fox mainly broadcast rehearsals.

ManifestoThe 4.58 million viewers were the most numerous for the program since the premiere of January 6 which attracted 4.73 million, and it improved from week to week among adults from 18 to 49 years to a note 0.8, matching his second best score of the season. The voice (9.49 million viewers, 1.5 among adults aged 18 to 49) was down from last week (9.77 million, 1.7) – but up 25% in both measures during the same night a year ago. He also conducted prime time in all areas.

At CBS, The district (7.27 million viewers, 1.0 among adults aged 18 to 49) almost matched the season’s highs for its latest episode on March 16. Bob Hearts Abishola (6.64 million, 0.8) exceeded its season average, and both All get up (6.08 million, 0.7) and Taurus (7.13 million, 0.7) reach peaks of the season in total number of viewers if the rapid national figures hold.

A pair of Celebrity Family Feud the reruns on ABC worked fairly well, gaining 0.9 and 1.0 among adults aged 18 to 49 and an average of just under 5 million viewers. A special network teasing Who Wants to Be a Millionaire revival posted a 0.5 in the demo and 2.97 million viewers at 10 p.m. Whose line is anyway (0.2) and Roswell, New Mexico (0,1) were stable for The CW. Fox aired reruns of 911 and the Concert at iHeart.

The NBC score of 1.2 among adults aged 18 to 49 has led to prime time comfortably. ABC and CBS finished tied for second with 0.8. Univision (0.6) was fourth and Fox and Telemundo tied for fifth. The CW averaged 0.2.

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