Chicago Med Ratings Season 2

Ratings: Chicago Med at 10-Month High Leading Out of Voice; Training Day Rises

Leading out of a special, Thursday-dominating installment of The Voice (which drew 10.7 million viewers and a 2.3 demo rating), NBC’s Chicago Med did 8.8 mil and a 1.7 (per finals), surging more than 40 percent from its last fresh outing to hit not just season highs but its best numbers since April 26, 2016.

Leading out of that, Blacklist: Redemption (4.8 mil/1.0) rose 12 and 25 percent from its soft premiere.

Over on CBS, leading out of a slew of sitcom reruns, Training Day (4.3 mil/0.8) rose 20 and 33 percent to hit 3-week highs.

Elsewhere….

THE CW | Supernatural (1.63 mil/0.6) was steady, Riverdale (1.1 mil/0.4) ticked up.

ABC | Leading out of a related news special (2.7 mil/0.5), When We Rise did 2 mil/0.4, down in the demo from Night 2.

FOX | MasterChef Junior (3.6 mil/1.1) dipped, My Kitchen Rules (2.2 mil/0.8) inched up with its finale.

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7 Comments
  1. fernando933 says:

    So happy for Riverdale going up. That’s so great for MED.

  2. Mary says:

    I like Chicago med but usually DVR it. I think the increase is due to the fact that the regular ABC shows were not on. Stopped watching voice after first season.

  3. EM says:

    I wonder if ABC is regretting preempting TGIT with those numbers? Ouch.

  4. Mike says:

    Why aren’t we reading about what a giant flop When We Rise is? I’m sure if a Trump speech did such poor numbers, we’d hear about it.

    • kayw4 says:

      What a weird comparison – a mini series and a political speech. Why should we compare the two?

    • Helen says:

      I was wondering the same thing. When it was questioned why this site was covering the speech it was indicated that it was because it was entertainment and not necessarily politics. I guess, because this is a liberal site, they won’t cover what a flop When We Rise is. And now I’m sure I’m a homophobic, anti-gay, Islamaphobic, deplorable, disgusting conservative that will be ridiculed for simply pointing out facts.

  5. Sally McLinn says:

    So happy for Chicago Med, which has become my fave NBC show — along with the other Chicago’s!