TV Ratings: All Rise, 9-1-1 Perk Up

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It was a good night for the broadcast networks, with most shows inching up. 

All Rise Season 1 Episode 5 scored 5.4 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating, matching its season-high in the demo. 

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Wedding Day - All Rise

Bull was also on the upside with 6 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating, up a tenth week-to-week. 

The Neighborhood (5.7 million/0.9 rating) and Bob Hearts Abishola (5.2 million/0.7 rating) were also up slightly. 

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9-1-1 Season 3 Episode 5 also managed to recover from last week's series low. 

The disaster drama was up a tenth to 6.3 million total viewers and a 1.5 rating. 

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Prodigal Son, which our critic Jasmine is praising every single week, was steady with 3.4 million total viewers and a 0.8 rating. 

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The CW's All American (1 million/0.3 rating) and Black Lightning (0.9 million/0.3 rating) were both up. 

However, there were preemptions on The CW, meaning the numbers are more likely to be adjusted than normal. 

ABC is also effected by preemptions, but Dancing with the Stars (7.1 million/1.0 rating) and The Good Doctor (6.3 million/1.0 rating) are currently up week-to-week. 

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The Voice was steady with 8 million viewers and a 1.3 rating. 

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However, Bluff City Law remained a bust with 3.7 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating. 

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