‘Dancing With The Stars’ Season Premiere Cuts A Rug To Top Monday Ratings

Dancing With The Stars samba’d, tango’d and fox-trotted its option to the highest of Monday’s primetime broadcast scores, delivering a 1.Three within the adults 18-49 demographic and netting 8.10 million viewers. The closing numbers for the reside premiere are anticipated to be adjusted resulting from an NFL preemption in elements of the nation, however the numbers have been nonetheless sufficiently big to guide the evening.

ABC’s long-running actuality dance competitors, which debuted with a brand new pandemic-friendly format, a brand new host and a recent batch of celebrities vying for the coveted mirror ball trophy, debuted with its highest-rated premiere since Season 25 in 2017. As a chase, ABC aired the particular VOMO: Vote or Miss Out (0.4, 3.00M), and energy to bolster voting forward of the November elections.

Both reveals gave ABC the sweep within the demo and viewers on an evening during which Disney sibling ESPN aired a doubleheader to launch its Monday Night Football common season.

Elsewhere, amid encores of The Neighborhood, Young Sheldon and BullLove Island (0.4, 1.64M) stored the seaside get together going at CBS, ticking up from final week.

On NBC, American Ninja Warrior (0.5, 3.05M) struggled to compete towards dancing celebrities because it slipped from final week. The actuality sports activities competitors led into a brand new version of Dateline (0.4, 2.81M).

Fox in the meantime aired Patriot Day (0.3, 1.34M) as its film of the week, which held regular with final week’s Draft Day. The CW aired repeats of Whose Line Is It Anyway and Penn & Teller: Fool Us, however its numbers are additionally prone to be adjusted because of the NFL preemption.

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