TV Ratings Report: Fox Wins, Agents of SHIELD Falls to Series Low

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Coverage of the 2014 World Series helped Fox win Tuesday night among 18-49-year olds.

But the news was decidedly less positive for ABC:

Agents of SHIELD only garnered 4.3 million viewers overall, along with a 1.5 rating among this same key advertising demographic. The latter marked a series low.

Elsewhere on ABC, Forever also failed to crack 5 million viewers, while Manhattan Love Story dropped 7 and 22 percent to 2.7 million viewers and a 0.7 rating. Selfie, at least, rose a tad.

ON NBC, The Voice (11.5 million/3.1) ticked down 7 and 9 percent, while Marry Me (6.1 million/1.9) and About a Boy (4.6 million/1.4) both dropped about 17 percent from their openers. Chicago Fire (7.4 million/1.9) held firm, however.

ON THE CW, The Flash Season 1 Episode 3 (3.4 million/1.4) decreased by 20 and 18 percent, while Supernatural Season 10 Episode 3 (2.1 million/0.9) dipped a tenth.

ON CBS, NCIS (16.9 million/2.4) remained the most watched scripted series of the night, while NCIS: New Orleans (15.9 million/2.4) went up by two tenths and Person of Interest (9.3 million/1.5) remained mostly even.

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