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‘The Bachelor’ goes down on ABC, but Fox does not take the opportunity to undertake the surprise

‘The Bachelor’

ABC starts the last week of February in a bittersweet way, since it remains a leader thanks to ‘The Bachelor’ and ‘The Good Doctor’, but both proposals fall in rating, reaching the series starring Freddie Highmore to mark its all-time lows, as TVLine points out. Fox remains on the prowl with the two series of the ‘9-1-1’ franchise, which outnumber their direct competition in number of viewers, but fail to prevail in terms of share.

ABC

08:00 – ‘The Bachelor’ (8-10 p.m.): 5,230,000 [1,2/7] (1st)

10:00 – ‘The Good Doctor’: 3,800,000 [0,5/4] (1st)

Fox

08:00 – ‘9-1-1’: 6,540,000 [1,0/6] (2nd)

09:00 – ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’: 5,230,000 [0,8/5] (2nd)

NBC

08:00 – ‘Ellen’s Game of Games’: 2,960,000 [0,5/4] (4th)

09:00 – ‘Ellen’s Game of Games’: 2,660,000 [0,6/3] (3rd)

10:00 – ‘The Wall’: 2,370,000 [0,5/4] (2nd)

CBS

08:00 – ‘The Neighborhood’: 5,740,000 [0,8/5] (3rd)

08:30 – ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’: 5,410,000 [0,6/3] (3rd)

09:00 – ‘All Rise’: 4,100,000 [0,4/2] (4th)

10:00 – ‘Bull’: 5,030,000 [0,4/2] (3rd)

The CW

08:00 – ‘All American’: 750,000 [0,2/2] (5th)

09:00 – ‘Black Lightning’: 380,000 [0,1/1] (5th)

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