TV Ratings: Manifest Flat With Finale, All Rise Delivers Largest Audience Yet

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In the latest TV ratings, NBC’s Manifest closed Season 2 with 4.4 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating (per finals), marking its largest audience since the season opener while steady in the demo week-to-week. TVLine readers gave both the finale and all of Season 2 an average grade of “A”; read our juicy post mortem.

All told, Manifest‘s sophomore run averaged just shy of a 0.7 demo rating and nearly 4 million total viewers, respectively ranking sixth and seventh among NBC’s 12 dramas airing this TV season. (With Live+7 DVR playback folded in, its ranking remains unchanged.)

Opening the Peacock’s night, The Voice (9.6 mil/1.5) dipped week-to-week yet easily led Monday in both measures.


THE CW | Whose Line (933K/0.2) added some eyeballs while steady in the demo. Roswell NM (626K/0.1) just barely hit a new audience low while holding onto last week’s demo low.

CBS | The Neighborhood (7.2 mil/1.0) and Bob Hearts Abishola (6.7 mil/0.8) each ticked down. All Rise (6.1 mil/0.7) and Bull (7.2 mil/0.7) both held steady in the demo while rising to (just barely, yet technically) their largest audiences of the season.

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