Ratings: Grey's Dominates Non-NFL Fare With Final Bow in Longtime Slot

TV Ratings Greys Anatomy

ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy this Thursday drew 6.4 million total viewers and a 1.3 demo rating with its fall finale (and its final airing before changing time slots after the holiday break), adding a few eyeballs week-to-week while steady in the demo (and earning a TVLine reader grade of “B-“). A Million Little Things (4.6 mil/0.8, reader grade “A”) was also steady in the demo with its own fall finale, while How to Get Away With Murder (2.2 mil/0.4, reader grade “A”) tied its demo low heading into a four(!)-month hiatus.

Elsewhere….

FOX | Thursday Night Football was down sharply from last week, posting its second-lowest fast nationals of the season.

THE CW | Supernatural (1.15 mil/0.2) and Legacies (845K/0.2, read recap) both ticked down, with the former hitting a series low in the demo.

NBC | Superstore (2.7 mil/0.7) and SVU (3.8 mil/0.6) dipped, Perfect Harmony (1.9 mil/0.4) and The Good Place (2 mil/0.6, “A-“/read post mortem) were steady, and Will & Grace (2.2 mil/0.5) ticked up from last week’s lows.

CBS | Young Sheldon (8.3 mil/1.0) slipped two tenths to match its series low, Mom (6 mil/0.8) dipped one tenth, while The Unicorn (5.7 mil/0.7), Carol’s Second Act (4.9 mil/0.6) and Evil (3.5 mil/0.5) were all steady.

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