In the latest TV show ratings, there was a three-way tie for the Thursday demo crown, while CBS’ Young Sheldon drew the night’s biggest audience. Also, at least three shows hit demo lows, while another two posted their smallest audiences ever.
ABC | Station 19 (with 3.7 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating) and Grey’s Anatomy (3 mil/0.4, read recap) each dropped some eyeballs yet held steady in the demo, though Grey’s is looking at a new audience low.
CBS | Young Sheldon (6.9 mil/0.5), Ghosts (6.2 mil/0.5, read recap) and CSI: Vegas (3.1 mil/0.3) were all steady in the demo, whereas So Help Me Todd (4.7 mil/0.3) dipped.
THE CW | Walker (510K/0.1) ticked down to a new audience low; 100 Days to Indy (220K/0.1) improved a bit on its debut.
NBC | Law & Order (4 mil/0.3) and SVU (4.2 mil/0.4) both dipped to demo lows, while Ghosts: Organized Crime (3 mil/0.3) was steady.
FOX | Next Level Chef (1.7 mil/0.4) and the Animal Control finale (990K/0.2) were steady, while Call Me Kat (1 mil/0.1, TVLine reader grade “A”; read recap) with its Season 3 finale slipped to its second-smallest audience ever and a new demo low.
The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our ratings column do not reflect a show’s overall performance, given the increased use of delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms, plus out-of-home viewing. These numbers (Nielsen fast nationals, unless denoted as finals) instead aim to simply illustrate trends or superlatives. This is only an exhibition, this is not a competition. Please, no wagering.
This story originally appeared on TVLine