Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Thursday, October 10, 2019
Note: FOX’s live NFL broadcast may result in greater adjustments than usual for the network in the finals later today.
The numbers for Thursday:
|Time||Show||Adults 18-49 rating/share||Viewers (millions)|
|8 p.m.||Thursday Night Football (FOX) (8-11 p.m.)||3.4/17||11.97|
|Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)||1.3/6||6.02|
|Young Sheldon (CBS)||1.0/5||7.50|
|Supernatural (The CW) – P||0.4/2||1.26|
|8:30 p.m.||The Unicorn (CBS)||0.7/4||5.22|
|Perfect Harmony (NBC)||0.4/2||2.14|
|9 p.m.||Mom (CBS)||0.8/4||5.82|
|A Million Little Things (ABC)||0.8/4||4.26|
|The Good Place (NBC)||0.6/3||1.96|
|Legacies (The CW) – P||0.3/1||0.82|
|9:30 p.m.||Carol’s Second Act (CBS)||0.6/3||4.94|
|10 p.m.||Law & Order: SVU (NBC)||0.6/3||3.33|
|How to Get Away with Murder (ABC)||0.5/3||2.33|
“Grey’s Anatomy” remained Thursday’s no. 1 scripted show for the third week in a row.
The long-running ABC series led the night’s scripted lineup with a 1.3 rating in adults 18-49, matching its rating from a week ago, with 6.02 million viewers. “A Million Little Things” was similarly steady, scoring the same 0.8 rating as its last episode, while “How to Get Away with Murder” posted its second straight 0.5
Elsewhere, CBS’ “Young Sheldon” fell from its 1.1 final rating last Thursday to a 1.0 this time around, but still managed to score the largest audience of any of the night’s scripted shows (7.5 million viewers). “The Unicorn” (0.7), “Carol’s Second Act” (0.6), and “Evil” (0.5) all ticked down one-tenth week-to-week as well. “Mom,” however, stayed even with another 0.8.
On NBC, “Superstore” (0.8), “The Good Place” (0.6), and “Sunnyside” (0.3) were all steady with their most recent outings, but the same could not be said for “Perfect Harmony” (0.4) and “Law & Order: SVU” (0.6), both of which fell a tenth from their previous episodes.
The CW’s “Supernatural,” meanwhile, premiered its final season with a 0.4 and 1.26 million viewers, on par with its 2018-19 averages. The season 2 premiere of “Legacies” followed it with a 0.3 and 824,000 viewers, also steady with its performance last season.
Rounding out the night, FOX remained dominant over the other networks, with its broadcast of the “Thursday Night Football” game between New York and New England averaging a 3.4 rating and 11.97 million viewers, pending updates.
|Adults 18-49 rating/share||3.4/17||0.9/4||0.7/3||0.6/3||0.3/1|
|Total Viewers (millions)||11.97||4.20||5.15||2.47||1.04|
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Source: The Nielsen Company.