Fox won the standings on Wednesday night with his “Kensday” lineup (both shows show Ken Jeong), starting with The masked man Singer This resulted in a 1.5 for adults between the ages of 18 and 49 and 5.82 million viewers. The reality singing contest was down a tenth from last week but set the pace in prime time on a night that also saw the CMA Awards and the return of NBC’s Chicago franchise with new seasons.
Masked singer served as an introduction to I can see your voice (0.9, 3.39M), that turned up two tenths in the demo.
The three-hour broadcast of the CMA Awards (1.1, 6.82M) on ABC raised some eyebrows last night at its personal ceremony in Nashville, which was attended by an uncovered audience. The Biggest Night in Country Music was down sharply from last year’s ceremony, which got a rating of 2.0 and attracted 11.27 million viewers in Nielsen Live + Same Day numbers.
NBC welcomed his Chicago Trio with new, run-down seasons that have consistently decreased by almost a tenth compared to the average values of the previous season. However, they continued to stand strong at the season six premiere of Chicago Med (1.1, 7.61M) as a pioneer and delivers the largest audience of the night. This was followed by the debut of the 9th season of Chicago Fire (1.0, 7.02M) and the premiere of the eighth season of Chicago P.D.. (0.9, 6.27 M).
The premieres come after reports that Chicago Fire Production was halted for two weeks on Sunday due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests.
CBS premiered the fourth season of last night CLAP. (0.4, 2.58 million), which hit series lows with their two-hour kickoff in the demo while they were introducing The Amazing race (0.6, 3.59 million) scored a tenth of a hit in the demo.
At the CW everything was the same as last week devil (0.1, 452,000) and Coroner (0.1, 554, K).