In the latest TV show ratings, NBC’s SVU led Thursday in the demo, while CBS’ Young Sheldon delivered the night’s largest audience.
CBS | Young Sheldon (7 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating) dipped in the demo, while Ghosts (6.3 mil/0.5), So Help Me Todd (4.8 mil/0.4) and CSI: Vegas (3.4 mil/0.3) were steady. Todd is looking at its largest audience to date, while CSI drew its best since Oct. 27.
NBC | Law & Order (4.5 mil/0.4) and Organized Crime (3.3 mil/0.4) dipped in the demo, while SVU (5 mil/0.6) was steady.
THE CW | Back from the holiday break, Walker (740K/0.1) and Walker Independence (440K/0.1) both were down, with the latter hitting a season low in audience.
FOX | Hell’s Kitchen (2.1 mil/0.4), Flatch (940K/0.2) and Kat (1.2 mil/0.2) were all steady.
ABC | Celeb Jeop! (3.8 mil/0.5), The Parent Test (1.9 mil/0.3) and The Chase (2 mil/0.2) were all down.
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