One Chicago ratings report: Week of Nov. 6, 2019

One Chicago franchise 2019-2020 season key art featuring the casts of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med. Photo Credit: Courtesy of NBC.
One Chicago franchise 2019-2020 season key art featuring the casts of Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med. Photo Credit: Courtesy of NBC. /

How did Chicago Fire, Chicago PD and Chicago Med do in the ratings this week? Find out in the Nov. 6 edition of the One Chicago ratings report.

One Chicago ratings went up for the latest episodes—though some shows improved more than others.

The latest Chicago Med episode attracted 8.03 million people watching live, which was a nice-sized lift from last Wednesday’s 7.76 million (+0.27, or a gain of 270,000 more people).

That made it the only One Chicago series to cross the 8 million threshold. It was also enough to make the show the most-watched broadcast TV show of the night, up one spot from second.

In its 8 p.m. time slot, Chicago Med is emerging as the clear winner. FOX‘s The Masked Singer is still a solid second place (at 6.97 million this week), but its numbers have fallen considerably in the weeks following its season 2 premiere.

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Don’t get too excited about that, though, because a million viewers is still close enough to catch up on a particularly good week. These two shows will likely be competitive with each other throughout the season.

Amongst adults 18-49, Med had a 1.1 share, which was down week-to-week. In that category, the show came in fourth out of 15 programs.

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That brings us to Chicago Fire, which lost its title as the most-watched series. But it, too, also picked up eyeballs, going from 7.31 million live watchers to 7.64 (+0.33, or 330,000). It only dropped in total rankings because Med outpaced it.

Within the 9 p.m. time slot, Fire is likewise beating the competition. It was closely trailed by The Masked Singer this week (at 7.22 million), but that is abnormal because the FOX series was only airing a second episode this Wednesday to make up for its pre-emption by World Series coverage last week.

Then in the demo, the show also dropped from a 1.1 to a 1.0, tying it for fifth place. That’s down two spots from the previous week.

Wrapping things up was Chicago PD, which is still a step behind though it did also gain viewers in its latest airing. The series brought in 6.44 million live audience members, which was a slight lift from the prior 6.33 (+0.11, or 110,000).

That’s considerably less of a gain than either of the two other One Chicago shows, though since PD has almost always had the smaller total audience, not really much of a surprise. It’s not going to grow as much when it’s never been attracting as many regular eyeballs.

The show’s 1.0 mark in the key demo tied it with Fire for another week. It was also sixth in total viewers. So for those keeping score, two Chicago series were within the Top 3 in viewers, while they didn’t quite have the same staying power amongst adults 18-49.

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