Thursday primetime had yet one more four-way tie for the evening’s highest demo between Younger Sheldon, Station 19, Legislation & Order: SVU and Gray’s Anatomy, as was the case the earlier week.
All 4 titles introduced in a 0.6 ranking within the 18-49 demo, matching final week’s efficiency. As has usually been the case for Thursday primetime, Younger Sheldon (0.6, 6.56M) was the most-watched program of the night. This marks the third consecutive week with a four-way tie for the highest demo ranking.
Right here’s the hourly breakdown:
At 8 p.m., Younger Sheldon bested Station 19 (0.6, 4.10), Legislation & Order (0.5, 4.11M) and the season finale of Joe Millionaire: For Richer or Poorer (0.3, 1.71M). The Fox sequence rose from the earlier week within the demo however was barely down from its January premiere (0.4, 1.67M). The CW had a reasonably robust evening with Walker (0.1, 0.91M), which matched the earlier week. At 8:30 p.m., United States of Al (0.5, 5.07M) ticked up.
Within the following hour NBC rose barely with Legislation & Order: SVU (0.6, 4.39M), matching Gray’s Anatomy (0.6, 3.76M). CBS’ B Constructive got here to a season shut (0.4, 4.62M) with a precise match to its earlier week. B Constructive was additionally regular with its October debut (0.4, 3.84M) and simply barely down from the Season 1 finale in Could (0.5, 4.28M). Fox’s Name Me Kat (0.2, 1.35M) ticked up from viewers lows and Legacies (0.1, 0.31M) was secure for The CW.
At 9:30 p.m., a repeat of Ghosts topped the season 1 finale of Fox’s Pivoting (0.2, 0.95M). The Fox newcomer did rise from the earlier week, however was down considerably from its January premiere (0.5, 1.95M)
Lastly, Legislation & Order: Organized Crime (0.5, 3.02M) was the highest-rated program of the ultimate primetime hour, besting regular titles Bull (0.3, 4.03M) and Large Sky (0.3, 2.42M).