Live+3 Ratings for Week of Sept. 30: ‘Masked Singer’ Narrowly Tops ‘This Is Us’

After beating “This Is Us” relatively comfortably in the premiere week Live+3 ratings charts, “The Masked Singer” only just managed to hold off the NBC tear-jerker in week 2.

The second episode of “Masked Singer” saw a 40% bump after three days of delayed viewing from a 2.0 rating among adults 18-49 to a 2.8, while “This Is Us” increased by 60% from a 1.7 to a 2.7.

In terms of total viewership, “NCIS” was once again the most viewed show in L+3 with 15.4 million sets of eyeballs tuning in, however, it’s with second, third and fourth place that things get more interesting. Whereas last week “This Is Us” was the second most watched scripted show in L+3, this week it was overtaken by “FBI” and “Blue Bloods,” after the two CBS shows registered slightly larger viewerships in Live+Same Day too.

Looking at the new shows this fall, Fox’s “Prodigal Son” was once again top of the ratings, hopping up 50% from a 1.0 to a 1.5. ABC’s “Stumptown” and “Emergence” were again the two new shows which grew the most, with the latter increasing by 83% to a 1.1 rating, and the former registering an 86% (not quite as prolific as the 100% jump it registered in premiere week) bump to a 1.3.

Read the full week’s rankings below.

Live+3 Adults 18-49

Live+3 Total Viewers

 

Source: Read Full Article