Monday TV Ratings 3/8/21: 9-1-1 Steady for Midseason Finale, The Bachelor Rises, Debris Drops (UPDATED)

Preliminary Analysis: ABC's 'The Bachelor' (1.2) was the clear winner on a relatively unremarkable  Monday night, rising a tenth on a week-to-week basis. In the 10pm slot, 'The Good Doctor' (0.6) held steady for its return. Over on NBC, 'The Voice' (1.0) lost a tenth while new drama 'Debris' (0.4) shed two-tenths from its premiere. The latter had a fairly passable start but has already reached alarming territory. Fox's '9-1-1' (1.0) inched down for its midseason finale but still has a chance to adjust up in finals. Spinoff '9-1-1: Lone Star' (0.9) remained unchanged at 9. On CBS, 'The Neighborhood' (0.8) and 'Bob Hearts Abishola' (0.6) tied their previous broadcasts. The sitcoms led into a pair of drama encores ['The Equalizer' (0.3) and 'Bull' (0.3)]. The CW made gains across the board as 'All American' (0.3) and 'Black Lightning' (0.2) picked up a tenth. 

Finals Update: 9-1-1 (+0.1), The Bachelor (+0.1) and Bob Hearts Abishola (+0.1) adjusted up.



18-49 Rating/Share

Viewers (mil)


8 PMThe Bachelor1.25/85.08ABC


The Voice1.04/67.56NBC

The Neighborhood0.84/55.61CBS

All American0.30/20.79The CW
8:30 PMBob Hearts Abishola0.68/45.20CBS
9 PM9-1-1: Lone Star0.89/65.35Fox

The Equalizer (R)0.34/22.79CBS

Black Lightning0.16/10.46The CW
10 PMThe Good Doctor0.58/44.24ABC


Bull (R)0.35/23.00CBS
(R) = repeat

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