After many years on television, the shows “NCIS” and “Blue Bloods” are still dominating the ratings in a big way.
“NCIS” and “Blue Bloods” are two beloved pro- law enforcement shows that have each been around for years, with the former premiering in 2003 and the latter debuting in 2010. Unlike many other shows on television, “NCIS” and “Blue Bloods” are shows that the whole family can enjoy together, which is why it’s come as such good news to learn that they’re both still dominating the ratings!

‘NCIS’ And ‘Blue Bloods’ Score Big In Ratings
The CBS shows “NCIS” and “Blue Bloods” each made it into the top four in terms of the number of viewers for television programs for the 18-49 demographic in the seven-day ratings for October 3-9, according to The Hollywood Reporter. While the most number of viewers, 16 million, tuned into “Sunday Night Football” (no surprise there), the second highest number of viewers watched that week’s episode of “NCIS,” with 9.95 million tuning in.

“Blue Bloods” narrowly missed coming in third in total viewers, with 9.83 million watching the show, coming up just short of the 9.89 million who watched “Chicago Fire” on NBC. It should also be noted that “Blue Bloods” managed to add the most viewers in the week after it aired, as it 3.43 million more people watched it.