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‘Kevin Can Wait’ Leads Strong Week 2 Ratings Retention, ‘Monday Night Football’ Hit Hard By Big Presidential Debate

Snapshot: New series 2nd week: CBS’ Kevin Can Wait (2.7 in 18-49, 10.9 million vs. 2.6, 11.2 in Week 2), all returning 8-9 PM series hold well; NBC’s debate coverage would likely top the night in 18-49 and total viewers.  It was an atypical second Monday of the fall season, with the first Presidential debate taking over two-thirds of primetime on the broadcast networks against Monday Night Football on ESPN.
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