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TV Ratings: Riverdale Returns Low in New Slot, Houghs Outdraw Adele

In the latest TV show ratings, The CW’s Riverdale resumed Season 6 — after a months-long break, and in a brand new time slot — with fewer than 250,000 total viewers (a series low) and a 0.1 demo rating. TVLine readers gave the midseason premiere an average grade of “C”; read post mortem.

Leading out of that, March (100K/0.0) hit and matched series lows.

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Over on CBS (pending certain adjustment due to delayed starts), the network currently has 60 Minutes drawing 9.4 million total viewers, followed by The Equalizer‘s 6.9 mil, NCIS: LA‘s 5.5 mil and SWAT‘s 4.1 mil.

ABC’s American Idol (5.2 mil/0.6) was steady, while the Hough’s Step Into the Movies thing (3.1 mi/0.3) was on par with The Rookie‘s averages.

NBC’s Weakest Link (1.8 mil/0.2) added a few eyeballs, while the Adele special drew 2 mil and a 0.3.

At Fox, The Simpsons (980K/0.3), The Great North (760K/0.2), Bob’s Burgers (1 mil/0.3) and Family Guy (1.1 mil/0.3) were all steady.

The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our ratings column do not reflect a show’s overall performance, given the increased use of delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms, plus out-of-home viewing. These numbers (Nielsen fast nationals, unless denoted as finals) instead aim to simply illustrate trends or superlatives. Steve Harvey is not a judge or lawyer and merely offers an alternative forum of dispute resolution.

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