Fox aired its first new scripted programming in fairly a while, specifically the collection premiere of “Filthy Rich” and the printed debut of “L.A.’s Finest.” However, neither collection produced notably spectacular numbers.
“L.A.’s Finest,” which is initially a Spectrum collection, aired first with a 0.5 ranking amongst adults 18-49 and drew 2.9 million whole viewers. Right after, “Filthy Rich” delivered a 0.4 ranking and the identical viewership tally. It should be famous that each exhibits aired reverse “Monday Night Football,” and neither had the type of earlier day lead-ins which new scripted exhibits are usually afforded at first of the printed season.
Over on ABC, protection of the primary NFL sport between the Las Vegas Raiders and the New Orleans Saints averaged a 1.6 ranking. Just underneath 7 million viewers tuned in to the Disney-owned community to observe the Raiders christen their new stadium with a powerful win.
“Manhunt: Deadly Games” premiered its second season on CBS final evening, scoring a 0.3 ranking and 1.6 million viewers within the 10 p.m. time slot. That signify a considerable collection excessive viewership tally for the non-scripted collection, beating the earlier better of 1.3 million. A brand new episode of “Love Island” offered an honest lead-in with a 0.5 ranking and 1.8 million viewers. Prior to that, replays of “Young Sheldon” and “The Neighborhood” each scored a 0.3 ranking, with the previous drawing 2.7 million viewers and the latter 3.1 million.
Meanwhile on NBC, “American Ninja Warrior” fought its approach to a 0.5 ranking and three.4 million viewers, adopted by “Dateline” with a 0.4 ranking and slightly below 3 million pairs of eyeballs.
The CW aired back-to-back reruns of “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” each of which scored a 0.2 ranking. A “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” replay adopted with a 0.1.