Monday TV Ratings 4/6/20: Manifest Ends Higher as The Voice Drops Hard, The Neighborhood and Bob Hearts Abishola Return Down

The quarantine boost seems to be dying down on broadcast but NBC's 'The Voice' (1.5) still remained above most of its fall results despite a three-tenth week-to-week decline. Drama lead-out 'Manifest' (0.8) actually managed to rise a tenth at 10pm even as its lead-in assistance diminished.

CBS's 8pm comedy lineup of 'The Neighborhood' (1.0) and 'Bob Hearts Abishola' (0.8) were down one-tenth apiece but (similar to 'The Voice') stayed head-and-shoulders above the majority of their pre-quarantine data points. 'All Rise' (0.7) and 'Bull' (0.7) held even at 9 and 10pm respectively.

ABC offered up another round of 'Celebrity Family Feud' repeats (0.9/1.0) and a behind-the-scenes special of 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' (0.5). The former performed particularly well but the latter struggled to conjure up interest. 'Millionaire' officially returns for new episodes on Wednesday.

Fox had an abysmal night with repeats of '9-1-1' (0.4) and an iHeart living room concert (0.3). CW had steady but low showings of 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' (0.2/0.2) and 'Roswell, New Mexico' (0.1).

Final numbers to come.
18-49 Rating/Share
Viewers (mil)
8 PMThe Voice1.5/79.49NBC

The Neighborhood1.0/57.27CBS

Celebrity Family Feud (R)0.9/55.11ABC

9-1-1 (R)0.4/22.36Fox

Whose Line Is It Anyway?0.2/10.97The CW
8:30 PMBob Hearts Abishola0.8/46.64CBS

Whose Line Is It Anyway? (R)0.2/10.88The CW
9 PMCelebrity Family Feud (R)1.0/54.88ABC

All Rise0.7/36.08CBS

iHeartRadio Living Room Concert (R)0.3/21.34Fox

Roswell, New Mexico0.1/10.61The CW
10 PMManifest (F)0.8/44.58NBC


Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Special0.5/32.97ABC

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