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Ratings: The Code Goes Low for CBS, Arrow Slips in New Time Slot

The Code Ratings

CBS’ The Code christened its regular time slot on Monday with 4.4 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating, down from last week’s cushy, post-NCIS preview (8.1 mil/0.7) and also coming in below anything Magnum P.I. did in the time slot.

Elsewhere on CBS, The Neighborhood (5.8 mil/1.0), Man With a Plan (5 mil/0.8) and Bull (6.6 mil/0.6) were all steady.

FOX | The Resident (4.5 mil/0.7, read post mortem) and 9-1-1 (5.7 mil/1.1) each slipped two tenths in the demo, both hitting series lows.

THE CW | Legends of Tomorrow (1.02 mil/0.3) was steady, while Arrow (731K/0.2, read post mortem) in its new time slot slipped 27 and 33 percent to hit and match series lows.

NBC | The Voice (7.6 mil/1.3, read recap) ticked up week-to-week, while The Enemy Within (4 mil/0.6) was steady.

ABC | American Idol (7.1 mil/1.2, read recap) ticked up week-to-week (hitting and tying Monday highs for the season), while The Fix (3.1 mil/0.5) held steady.

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