In the latest TV show ratings, CBS’ Ghosts scared up Thursday’s best demo number, while lead-in Young Sheldon delivered the night’s biggest audience.
What Network Shows Are Still on the Bubble?
CBS | Young Sheldon (with 6.5 million total viewers and a 0.5 demo rating) dipped week-to-week. Ghosts (6.3 mil/0.6, TVLine reader grade “A”) ended Season 2 with its best audience since March 9 and also ticked up in the demo. So Help Me Todd (4.4 mil.0.4) also rose in the demo, while CSI: Vegas (3.2 mil/0.3) was steady.
NBC | Law & Order (3.9 mil/0.3), SVU (4.1 mil/0.4) and Organized Crime (3.4 mil/0.3, read recap) were all steady in the demo, with the latter also adding viewers. #RollinsEffect
ABC | Station 19 (3.4 mil/0.4) and Grey’s Anatomy (2.9 mil/0.4, read recap) both dipped in the demo, with the latter falling below 3 million viewers for the first time ever.
THE CW | Walker (500K/0.1, TVLine reader grade “A”; read post mortem) dropped a handful of eyeballs with its season finale; 100 Days to Indy (230K/0.0) added viewers.
FOX | The doubly-renewed Next Level Chef (averaging 1.7 mil and a 0.3) dipped with its two-hour finale.
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The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our ratings column do not reflect a show’s overall performance, given the increased use of delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms, plus out-of-home viewing. These numbers (Nielsen fast nationals, unless denoted as finals) instead aim to simply illustrate trends or superlatives. Steve Harvey is not a judge or lawyer and merely offers an alternative forum of dispute resolution.
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