ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy (1.6, 6.941M) slipped slightly from its previous week mideason return, but easily topped Thursday night in the demo while CBS’s The Big Bang Theory took a night off from airing an original.
After Grey’s, ABC’s transplanted A Million Little Things (1.1, 5.440M) hit a new series high in total viewers and matched previous week’s series-best demo rating. It has ranked as the highest-rated new drama series this week (Live+Same Day), edging NBC’s Manifest and New Amsterdam and CBS’ FBI.
Network’s How to Get Away With Murder (0.6, 2.744M), skidding to a series-low demo rating at 10 PM, despite airing opposite repeats of NBC’s Law & Order: SVU (0.6, 3.107M) and CBS’ S.W.A.T. (0.6, 4.195M).
CBS’s 8 PM The Big Bang Theory repeat (1.4, 8.227M) topped the night in total viewers. The network ran a pair of Fam episodes with benefit of Big Bang Theory rerun lead-ins. The first pairing of BB and Fam (1.0, 6.380M) won the 8 PM hour in overall audience. The second Big Bang repeat (1.0, 6.194M) and original Fam (0.8, 5.070M) did same from 9-10 PM.
NBC’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1.0, 3.030M) clocked its second best demo rating, behind only its January 10 move to NBC and 43% better than previous season average on Fox.
After Brooklyn Nine-Nine, season finale of The Good Place (0.8, 2.656M) maintained its demo rating, week to week, and climbed 5% in total viewers.
At 8 PM, NBC’s The Titan Game (1.2, 4.857M) slipped slightly.
Fox’s Gotham (0.6, 2.427M) ticked down in the demo; The Orville (0.7, 3.144M) hung on to its previous demo stat, as did CW’s Supernatural (0.4, 1.407M) and Legacies (0.3, 1.046M).
ABC (1.1, 5.042M) ranked No. 1 for the night in the 18-49 age bracket for a second consecutive week on the strength of the night’s first two dramas. CBS (0.9, 5.70M) edged ahead in total viewers and tied NBC (0.9, 3.602M) in the demo. Fox (0.7, 2.786M) and CW (0.4, 4.195M) followed.
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