Ratings: ‘Big Bang Theory’ Fall Finale Beats Lame ‘Thursday Night Football’ Game on Fox

So much for all of those great “Thursday Night Football” games. A bad matchup and a lame game last night on Fox allowed CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory” to top all of its broadcast competition at 8 p.m., and the so-called Tiffany Network could theoretically end up winning primetime averages in terms of total viewers.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below fast-national ratings for Fox are subject to significant adjustment. We won’t have final Nielsen numbers until a little bit later on Friday.

For now, Fox was first in ratings with a 2.1 rating/9 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and second in total viewers with an average of 7.9 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all Jaguars-Titans.

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CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2/5 and first in viewers with 8 million. “The Big Bang Theory” earned a 2.1/9 and 12.3 million viewers. “Young Sheldon” at 8:30 posted a 1.6/7 and 10.9 million viewers with its own fall finale. At 9, “Mom” had a 1.2/5 and 8 million viewers. “Murphy Brown” at 9:30 got a 0.8/3 and 6 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 5.3 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 0.9/4 and in viewers with 42 million. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” at 8 had a 1.2/5 and 5.5 million viewers. The holiday-season premiere of the “Great American Baking Show” at 9 got a 0.7/3 and 3.7 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.6/3 and in viewers with 2.6 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.4 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” fall finale got a 0.8/3 and 2.6 million viewers. The “Will & Grace” fall finale at 9 received a 0.7/3 and 2.8 million viewers. At 9:30, “I Feel Bad” managed a 0.4/2 and 1.8 million viewers. A rerun followed.

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The CW and Univision tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. CW was fifth in total viewers with 1.4 million, Univision was sixth with 1.2 million.

For The CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.5 million viewers. At 9, “Legacies” at 9 got a 0.4/2 and 1.2 million viewers.

Telemundo was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and in viewers with 1.1 million.

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So much for all of those great “Thursday Night Football” games. A bad matchup and a lame game last night on Fox allowed CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory” to top all of its broadcast competition at 8 p.m., and the so-called Tiffany Network could theoretically end up winning primetime averages in terms of total viewers.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below fast-national ratings for Fox are subject to significant adjustment. We won’t have final Nielsen numbers until a little bit later on Friday.

For now, Fox was first in ratings with a 2.1 rating/9 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and second in total viewers with an average of 7.9 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all Jaguars-Titans.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2/5 and first in viewers with 8 million. “The Big Bang Theory” earned a 2.1/9 and 12.3 million viewers. “Young Sheldon” at 8:30 posted a 1.6/7 and 10.9 million viewers with its own fall finale. At 9, “Mom” had a 1.2/5 and 8 million viewers. “Murphy Brown” at 9:30 got a 0.8/3 and 6 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 5.3 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 0.9/4 and in viewers with 42 million. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” at 8 had a 1.2/5 and 5.5 million viewers. The holiday-season premiere of the “Great American Baking Show” at 9 got a 0.7/3 and 3.7 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.6/3 and in viewers with 2.6 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.4 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” fall finale got a 0.8/3 and 2.6 million viewers. The “Will & Grace” fall finale at 9 received a 0.7/3 and 2.8 million viewers. At 9:30, “I Feel Bad” managed a 0.4/2 and 1.8 million viewers. A rerun followed.

The CW and Univision tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. CW was fifth in total viewers with 1.4 million, Univision was sixth with 1.2 million.

For The CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.5 million viewers. At 9, “Legacies” at 9 got a 0.4/2 and 1.2 million viewers.

Telemundo was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and in viewers with 1.1 million.

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Ratings: Fox Scores With Another Winning ‘Thursday Night Football’ Game

Why couldn’t NBC and CBS get these “Thursday Night Football” games back when they had the rights? Fox won another Thursday primetime with another really good NFL game.

Due to the nature of live sports, the fast-national ratings in this story for Fox are subject to significant adjustment when the time zones are worked out. However, in the markets metered by Nielsen, last night’s Seattle Seahawks victory over the Green Bay Packers was up 27 percent from 2017’s comparable Week 11 contest.

With the Latin Grammys, Univision finished fourth among adults 18-49, topping NBC.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 3.3 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 11.7 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all Packers-Seahawks.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.3/5 and in viewers with 7.9 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 p.m. earned a 2.3/10 and 12.4 million viewers. “Young Sheldon” at 8:30 put up a 1.8/7 and 10.7 million viewers. At 9, “Mom” landed a 1.3/5 and 7.9 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” received a 0.9/3 and 5.9 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 got a 0.8/3 and 5.1 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 5.4 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 posted a 1.7/7 and 7.3 million viewers. “Station 19” at 9 had a 1.2/5 and 5.9 million viewers. At 10, “How to Get Away With Murder” closed primetime with a 0.8/3 and 3.2 million viewers.

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Univision was fourth in ratings with a 0.9/4 and fifth in viewers with 2.6 million. Those were the Latin Grammy averages.

NBC was fifth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and fourth in viewers with 3.1 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.3 million viewers. “The Good Place” at 8:30 got a 0.8/3 and 2.7 million viewers. At 9, “Will & Grace” received a 0.7/3 and 2.9 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 settled for a 0.5/2 and 1.9 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 finished the day part to a 0.8/3 and 4 million viewers.

The CW and Telemundo tied for sixth in ratings, both with a 0.4. Telemundo had a 2 share, CW got a 1. The CW was sixth in total viewers with 1.3 million, Telemudo was seventh with 1.2 million.

For CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.4/2 and 1.4 million viewers. At 9, “Legacies” managed a 0.3/1 and 1.1 million viewers.

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Why couldn’t NBC and CBS get these “Thursday Night Football” games back when they had the rights? Fox won another Thursday primetime with another really good NFL game.

Due to the nature of live sports, the fast-national ratings in this story for Fox are subject to significant adjustment when the time zones are worked out. However, in the markets metered by Nielsen, last night’s Seattle Seahawks victory over the Green Bay Packers was up 27 percent from 2017’s comparable Week 11 contest.

With the Latin Grammys, Univision finished fourth among adults 18-49, topping NBC.

Fox was first in ratings with a 3.3 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 11.7 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all Packers-Seahawks.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.3/5 and in viewers with 7.9 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 p.m. earned a 2.3/10 and 12.4 million viewers. “Young Sheldon” at 8:30 put up a 1.8/7 and 10.7 million viewers. At 9, “Mom” landed a 1.3/5 and 7.9 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” received a 0.9/3 and 5.9 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 got a 0.8/3 and 5.1 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 5.4 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 posted a 1.7/7 and 7.3 million viewers. “Station 19” at 9 had a 1.2/5 and 5.9 million viewers. At 10, “How to Get Away With Murder” closed primetime with a 0.8/3 and 3.2 million viewers.

Univision was fourth in ratings with a 0.9/4 and fifth in viewers with 2.6 million. Those were the Latin Grammy averages.

NBC was fifth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and fourth in viewers with 3.1 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.3 million viewers. “The Good Place” at 8:30 got a 0.8/3 and 2.7 million viewers. At 9, “Will & Grace” received a 0.7/3 and 2.9 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 settled for a 0.5/2 and 1.9 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 finished the day part to a 0.8/3 and 4 million viewers.

The CW and Telemundo tied for sixth in ratings, both with a 0.4. Telemundo had a 2 share, CW got a 1. The CW was sixth in total viewers with 1.3 million, Telemudo was seventh with 1.2 million.

For CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.4/2 and 1.4 million viewers. At 9, “Legacies” managed a 0.3/1 and 1.1 million viewers.

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Sheldons Unite: ‘The Big Bang Theory’ and ‘Young Sheldon’ to Cross Over on CBS

Sheldon will join Sheldon on an upcoming episode of “The Big Bang Theory,” when stars from the CBS sitcom’s prequel series “Young Sheldon” stop by.

Iain Armitage (a young version of Jim Parsons’ Sheldon Cooper), Lance Barber (Sheldon’s dad, George) and Montana Jordan (Sheldon’s older brother, Georgie) will all make cameo appearances as their spinoff characters in an upcoming “BBT” episode, a spokesperson for CBS told TheWrap.

No further story details for the “Big Bang” universe’s special installment are currently available — like if it will entail a flashback or incorporate the prequel series’ cast members into the plot in some other way — but we do know the crossover episode will air in December.

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“Big Bang Theory” is currently in its 12th and final season on CBS, while “Young Sheldon” just entered its sophomore year in September. Parsons narrates the spinoff as the grownup Sheldon we know from “BBT” and executive produces the series.

“Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” air back to back Thursdays at 8/7c and 8:30/7:30c, respectively, on CBS.

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Sheldon will join Sheldon on an upcoming episode of “The Big Bang Theory,” when stars from the CBS sitcom’s prequel series “Young Sheldon” stop by.

Iain Armitage (a young version of Jim Parsons’ Sheldon Cooper), Lance Barber (Sheldon’s dad, George) and Montana Jordan (Sheldon’s older brother, Georgie) will all make cameo appearances as their spinoff characters in an upcoming “BBT” episode, a spokesperson for CBS told TheWrap.

No further story details for the “Big Bang” universe’s special installment are currently available — like if it will entail a flashback or incorporate the prequel series’ cast members into the plot in some other way — but we do know the crossover episode will air in December.

“Big Bang Theory” is currently in its 12th and final season on CBS, while “Young Sheldon” just entered its sophomore year in September. Parsons narrates the spinoff as the grownup Sheldon we know from “BBT” and executive produces the series.

“Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” air back to back Thursdays at 8/7c and 8:30/7:30c, respectively, on CBS.

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Ratings: Fox Tops Thursday Despite Bad NFL Matchup, Worse Game

Fox topped Thursday primetime in TV ratings, despite airing a particularly terrible NFL game. And as far as the below fast national numbers go, CBS is actually No. 1 in terms of total viewers.

The “Big Bang Theory” network is runner-up to the “Thursday Night Football” home among adults 18-49.

Due to the nature of live sports, the Fox stats in this story should be considered subject to significant adjustment.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 2.1 rating/9 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 7.8 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all the San Francisco 49ers’ beatdown of the Oakland Raiders.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2/5 and first in viewers with 8 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 posted a 2.1/10 and 12.4 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” landed a 1.7/7 and 10.9 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 had a 1.1/5 and 8 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” got a 0.8/3 and 6 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 5.2 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.1/5 and in viewers with 4.8 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 earned a 1.5/7 and 6.6 million viewers. At 9, “Station 19” had a 0.9/4 and 4.9 million viewers. “How to Get Away With Murder” got a 0.8/3 and 2.9 million viewers.

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NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and in viewers with 3.5 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.8/4 and 3.3 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.7/3 and 2.7 million viewers. “Will & Grace” at 9 received a 0.8/3 and 3.5 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 closed the comedy block to a 0.6/2 and 2.3 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” finished off primetime with a 0.9/4 and 4.5 million viewers.

Univision was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.4 million.

The CW and Telemundo tied for sixth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. The CW was sixth in total viewers with 1.3 million, Telemundo was seventh with 1.2 million.

For CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.4/2 and 1.5 million viewers. At 9, “Legacies” got the same rating/share, but slipped to 1.2 million viewers.

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Fox topped Thursday primetime in TV ratings, despite airing a particularly terrible NFL game. And as far as the below fast national numbers go, CBS is actually No. 1 in terms of total viewers.

The “Big Bang Theory” network is runner-up to the “Thursday Night Football” home among adults 18-49.

Due to the nature of live sports, the Fox stats in this story should be considered subject to significant adjustment.

Fox was first in ratings with a 2.1 rating/9 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 7.8 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all the San Francisco 49ers’ beatdown of the Oakland Raiders.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2/5 and first in viewers with 8 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 posted a 2.1/10 and 12.4 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” landed a 1.7/7 and 10.9 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 had a 1.1/5 and 8 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” got a 0.8/3 and 6 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 5.2 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.1/5 and in viewers with 4.8 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 earned a 1.5/7 and 6.6 million viewers. At 9, “Station 19” had a 0.9/4 and 4.9 million viewers. “How to Get Away With Murder” got a 0.8/3 and 2.9 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and in viewers with 3.5 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.8/4 and 3.3 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.7/3 and 2.7 million viewers. “Will & Grace” at 9 received a 0.8/3 and 3.5 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 closed the comedy block to a 0.6/2 and 2.3 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” finished off primetime with a 0.9/4 and 4.5 million viewers.

Univision was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.4 million.

The CW and Telemundo tied for sixth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. The CW was sixth in total viewers with 1.3 million, Telemundo was seventh with 1.2 million.

For CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.4/2 and 1.5 million viewers. At 9, “Legacies” got the same rating/share, but slipped to 1.2 million viewers.

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Ratings: ‘Legacies’ Series Premiere Isn’t Much of a Benefactor for CW

The CW finished in last-place last night in ratings despite debuting its “Vampire Diaries”-“Originals” spinoff, “Legacies.”

With “Grey’s Anatomy” back on its airwaves, ABC made it back to third place on Thursday, when Fox predictably won with its NFL football rights. “The Big Bang Theory” led CBS to a silver-medal finish.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below fast-national numbers for Fox are subject to significant adjustment.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 2.6 rating/11 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all “Thursday Night Football.”

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 8.1 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 p.m. earned a 2.2/10 and 12.7 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” put up a 1.7/7 and 10.9 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 received a 1.2/5 and 8.1 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” got a 0.8/3 and 6.1 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 had a 0.7/3 and 5.3 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.0/4 and in viewers with 4.9 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 landed a 1.5/7 and 6.5 million viewers. At 9, “Station 19” had a 0.9/4 and 5 million viewers. “How to Get Away With Murder” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 3 million viewers.

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NBC and Telemundo tied for fourth in ratings, both with a 0.8/3. NBC was fourth in total viewers with 3.2 million, Telemundo was fifth with 2.2 million.

For NBC, “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.1 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.8/3 and 2.7 million viewers. “Will & Grace” at 9 received a 0.9/3 and 3.2 million viewers. At 9:30, “I Feel Bad” settled for a 0.5/2 and 2.1 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 finished primetime with a 0.9/4 and 4.2 million viewers.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and seventh in viewers with 1.2 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and sixth in viewers with 1.3 million. “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.3/2 and 1.4 million viewers. “Legacies” at 9 managed a 0.3/1 and 1.2 million viewers.

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The CW finished in last-place last night in ratings despite debuting its “Vampire Diaries”-“Originals” spinoff, “Legacies.”

With “Grey’s Anatomy” back on its airwaves, ABC made it back to third place on Thursday, when Fox predictably won with its NFL football rights. “The Big Bang Theory” led CBS to a silver-medal finish.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below fast-national numbers for Fox are subject to significant adjustment.

Fox was first in ratings with a 2.6 rating/11 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. That was all “Thursday Night Football.”

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 8.1 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 p.m. earned a 2.2/10 and 12.7 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” put up a 1.7/7 and 10.9 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 received a 1.2/5 and 8.1 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” got a 0.8/3 and 6.1 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 had a 0.7/3 and 5.3 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.0/4 and in viewers with 4.9 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 landed a 1.5/7 and 6.5 million viewers. At 9, “Station 19” had a 0.9/4 and 5 million viewers. “How to Get Away With Murder” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 3 million viewers.

NBC and Telemundo tied for fourth in ratings, both with a 0.8/3. NBC was fourth in total viewers with 3.2 million, Telemundo was fifth with 2.2 million.

For NBC, “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.1 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.8/3 and 2.7 million viewers. “Will & Grace” at 9 received a 0.9/3 and 3.2 million viewers. At 9:30, “I Feel Bad” settled for a 0.5/2 and 2.1 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 finished primetime with a 0.9/4 and 4.2 million viewers.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and seventh in viewers with 1.2 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and sixth in viewers with 1.3 million. “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.3/2 and 1.4 million viewers. “Legacies” at 9 managed a 0.3/1 and 1.2 million viewers.

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Ratings: ABC Falls to Fourth Place Without ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

Fox’s “Thursday Night Football” tanked this week, when the not-good Denver Broncos destroyed the atrocious Arizona Cardinals. Elsewhere, ABC fell from third to fourth place in ratings with no “Grey’s Anatomy” on its primetime schedule.

The lone NFL game on Thursday was so uncompetitive that CBS easily beat Fox in total-viewer averages. Due to the nature of live sports, however, the below fast-national Nielsen numbers for Fox are subject to adjustment.

For now, Fox’s averages dropped 41 percent from last week’s far-better football performance.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 2.0 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and second in total viewers with an average of 6.6 million, according to preliminary numbers. Those were all the “Thursday Night Football” averages. The game, which ended up as a 45-10 Denver win, was 35-3 by halftime.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2 rating/5 share and first in viewers with 8.1 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 earned a 2.0/9 and 12 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” landed a 1.7/7 and 10.8 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 put up a 1.3/5 and 8.2 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” had a 0.9/4 and 6.5 million viewers. “SWAT” at 10 got a 0.7/3 and 5.5 million viewers.

NBC was third in ratings with a 0.9/4 and fourth in viewers with 3.3 million. “Superstore” at 8 received a 0.8/4 and 3.2 million viewers. “The Good Place” at 8:30 got a 0.8/3 and 2.8 million viewers. At 9, “Will & Grace” had a 0.9/3 and 3.3 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 closed out the comedy block with a 0.6/2 and 2.3 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 9 ended actual primetime with a 1.0/4 and 4 million viewers.

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ABC was fourth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and third in viewers with 3.6 million. A re-airing of “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” at 8 had a 1.1/5 and 4.5 million viewers. An encore of “Toy Story That Time Forgot” at 8:30 got a 0.8/3 and 3.3 million viewers. “Station 19” at 9 received a 0.8/3 and 4.1 million viewers. At 10, “How to Get Away With Murder” closed primetime to a 0.7/3 and 2.7 million viewers.

Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.3 million.

The CW and Univision tied for sixth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. The CW was sixth in total viewers with 1.2 million, Univision was seventh with 1.1 million.

For The CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.5 million viewers. A rerun followed.

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Fox’s “Thursday Night Football” tanked this week, when the not-good Denver Broncos destroyed the atrocious Arizona Cardinals. Elsewhere, ABC fell from third to fourth place in ratings with no “Grey’s Anatomy” on its primetime schedule.

The lone NFL game on Thursday was so uncompetitive that CBS easily beat Fox in total-viewer averages. Due to the nature of live sports, however, the below fast-national Nielsen numbers for Fox are subject to adjustment.

For now, Fox’s averages dropped 41 percent from last week’s far-better football performance.

Fox was first in ratings with a 2.0 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and second in total viewers with an average of 6.6 million, according to preliminary numbers. Those were all the “Thursday Night Football” averages. The game, which ended up as a 45-10 Denver win, was 35-3 by halftime.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.2 rating/5 share and first in viewers with 8.1 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 earned a 2.0/9 and 12 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” landed a 1.7/7 and 10.8 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 put up a 1.3/5 and 8.2 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” had a 0.9/4 and 6.5 million viewers. “SWAT” at 10 got a 0.7/3 and 5.5 million viewers.

NBC was third in ratings with a 0.9/4 and fourth in viewers with 3.3 million. “Superstore” at 8 received a 0.8/4 and 3.2 million viewers. “The Good Place” at 8:30 got a 0.8/3 and 2.8 million viewers. At 9, “Will & Grace” had a 0.9/3 and 3.3 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 closed out the comedy block with a 0.6/2 and 2.3 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 9 ended actual primetime with a 1.0/4 and 4 million viewers.

ABC was fourth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and third in viewers with 3.6 million. A re-airing of “It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” at 8 had a 1.1/5 and 4.5 million viewers. An encore of “Toy Story That Time Forgot” at 8:30 got a 0.8/3 and 3.3 million viewers. “Station 19” at 9 received a 0.8/3 and 4.1 million viewers. At 10, “How to Get Away With Murder” closed primetime to a 0.7/3 and 2.7 million viewers.

Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.3 million.

The CW and Univision tied for sixth in ratings, both with a 0.4/2. The CW was sixth in total viewers with 1.2 million, Univision was seventh with 1.1 million.

For The CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.5 million viewers. A rerun followed.

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Ratings: ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Crossover Leads Spinoff ‘Station 19’ to New Series Highs

ABC’s “Station 19” reached new heights on Thursday thanks to a crossover with lead-in (and the show it spun off from) “Grey’s Anatomy.” Unfortunately, the two-hour combo was not enough to topple CBS’ primetime averages.

That doesn’t mean the “Big Bang Theory” net won last night, however. That victory, of course, belongs to Fox and its shiny “Thursday Night Football” rights.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below fast-national Nielsen numbers for Fox should be considered subject to significant adjustment. But the broadcaster will still win — big.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 3.4 rating/14 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 11.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. The Eagles-Giants NFL game did all that damage.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.3/6 and in viewers with 8.3 million. “Big Bang” at 8 scored a 2.2/10 and 12.7 million viewers. “Young Sheldon” at 8:30 earned a 1.8/8 and 11 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 posted a 1.4/5 and 8.3 million viewers. At 9:30, the “Murphy Brown” #MeToo episode managed a 1.0/4 and 6.8 million viewers. “SWAT” at 10 finished primetime with a 0.8/4 and 5.4 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 5.5 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 landed a 1.5/6 and 6.7 million viewers. At 9, “Station 19” put up a 1.3/5 and 6.5 million viewers. “How to Get Away With Murder” at 10 received a 0.8/3 and 3.3 million viewers.

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NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and in viewers with 3.4 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.8/4 and 3.1 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.8/3 and 2.8 million viewers. “Will & Grace” at 9 received a 0.8/3 and 3.4 million viewers. At 9:30, “I Feel Bad” settled for a 0.6/2 and 2.2 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 ended the day part to a 0.9/4 and 4.3 million viewers.

Telemundo and Univision tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.5/2. Telemundo was fifth in total viewers with 1.34 million, Univision was a close sixth with 1.31 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and in viewers with 1 million. The “Supernatural” season premiere at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.5 million viewers. A repeat followed.

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ABC’s “Station 19” reached new heights on Thursday thanks to a crossover with lead-in (and the show it spun off from) “Grey’s Anatomy.” Unfortunately, the two-hour combo was not enough to topple CBS’ primetime averages.

That doesn’t mean the “Big Bang Theory” net won last night, however. That victory, of course, belongs to Fox and its shiny “Thursday Night Football” rights.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below fast-national Nielsen numbers for Fox should be considered subject to significant adjustment. But the broadcaster will still win — big.

Fox was first in ratings with a 3.4 rating/14 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 11.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. The Eagles-Giants NFL game did all that damage.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.3/6 and in viewers with 8.3 million. “Big Bang” at 8 scored a 2.2/10 and 12.7 million viewers. “Young Sheldon” at 8:30 earned a 1.8/8 and 11 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 posted a 1.4/5 and 8.3 million viewers. At 9:30, the “Murphy Brown” #MeToo episode managed a 1.0/4 and 6.8 million viewers. “SWAT” at 10 finished primetime with a 0.8/4 and 5.4 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 5.5 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 landed a 1.5/6 and 6.7 million viewers. At 9, “Station 19” put up a 1.3/5 and 6.5 million viewers. “How to Get Away With Murder” at 10 received a 0.8/3 and 3.3 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.8/3 and in viewers with 3.4 million. “Superstore” at 8 had a 0.8/4 and 3.1 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.8/3 and 2.8 million viewers. “Will & Grace” at 9 received a 0.8/3 and 3.4 million viewers. At 9:30, “I Feel Bad” settled for a 0.6/2 and 2.2 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 ended the day part to a 0.9/4 and 4.3 million viewers.

Telemundo and Univision tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.5/2. Telemundo was fifth in total viewers with 1.34 million, Univision was a close sixth with 1.31 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.3/1 and in viewers with 1 million. The “Supernatural” season premiere at 8 had a 0.5/2 and 1.5 million viewers. A repeat followed.

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Ratings: ‘I Feel Bad’ Does Bad in Time Period Premiere

“I Feel Bad” definitely didn’t do good in its time period premiere Thursday, as NBC settled for fourth place. This, despite the broadcast network premiering new seasons of “Superstore” and “Will & Grace.”

Fox won Thursday outright thanks to its NFL game rights. Due to the nature of live sports, however, the below fast-national Nielsen numbers for Fox are subject to significant adjustment.

CBS finished runner-up last night, when ABC earned bronze.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 3.1 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.9 million, according to preliminary numbers. That’s all football game.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.3/5 and in viewers with 8 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 p.m. scored a 2.2/10 and 12 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” put up a 1.8/8 and 10.6 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 landed a 1.3/5 and 7.9 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” managed a 1.0/4 and 7.2 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 5.3 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 4.9 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 posted a 1.6/7 and 6.5 million viewers. The “Station 19” season premiere at 9 had a 1.1/4 and 5.2 million viewers. At 10, “How to Get Away With Murder” got a 0.8/3 and 3.1 million viewers.

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NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.9/4 and in viewers with 3.5 million. The “Superstore” season premiere at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.2 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.9/4 and 3 million viewers. The “Will & Grace” season premiere at 9 received a 1.0/4 and 3.9 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 settled for a 0.7/3 and 2.6 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 closed primetime with a 1.0/4 and 4.2 million viewers.

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Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and sixth in viewers with 1.22 million.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and fifth in viewers with 1.24 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.1/1 and in viewers with 536,000, airing repeats.

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“I Feel Bad” definitely didn’t do good in its time period premiere Thursday, as NBC settled for fourth place. This, despite the broadcast network premiering new seasons of “Superstore” and “Will & Grace.”

Fox won Thursday outright thanks to its NFL game rights. Due to the nature of live sports, however, the below fast-national Nielsen numbers for Fox are subject to significant adjustment.

CBS finished runner-up last night, when ABC earned bronze.

Fox was first in ratings with a 3.1 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.9 million, according to preliminary numbers. That’s all football game.

CBS was second in ratings with a 1.3/5 and in viewers with 8 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 p.m. scored a 2.2/10 and 12 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” put up a 1.8/8 and 10.6 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 landed a 1.3/5 and 7.9 million viewers. At 9:30, “Murphy Brown” managed a 1.0/4 and 7.2 million viewers. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 received a 0.7/3 and 5.3 million viewers.

ABC was third in ratings with a 1.2/5 and in viewers with 4.9 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 posted a 1.6/7 and 6.5 million viewers. The “Station 19” season premiere at 9 had a 1.1/4 and 5.2 million viewers. At 10, “How to Get Away With Murder” got a 0.8/3 and 3.1 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 0.9/4 and in viewers with 3.5 million. The “Superstore” season premiere at 8 had a 0.9/4 and 3.2 million viewers. At 8:30, “The Good Place” got a 0.9/4 and 3 million viewers. The “Will & Grace” season premiere at 9 received a 1.0/4 and 3.9 million viewers. “I Feel Bad” at 9:30 settled for a 0.7/3 and 2.6 million viewers. “Law & Order: SVU” at 10 closed primetime with a 1.0/4 and 4.2 million viewers.

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Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and sixth in viewers with 1.22 million.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and fifth in viewers with 1.24 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.1/1 and in viewers with 536,000, airing repeats.

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Ratings: ‘Murphy Brown’ Has Unimpressive Return to CBS

“Murphy Brown” did not have a very inspiring return on Thursday night — at least, not per Nielsen. The Candice Bergen sitcom received a 1.1 rating/4 share among people 18-49 and 7.4 million total viewers at 9:30 p.m. To be fair to CBS, the comedy, which originally premiered in 1988, was not expected to draw a bunch of young adults.

The revival’s premiere went up against “Thursday Night Football,” which never helps. Either way, the numbers for “Murphy Brown” were nothing like the huge ratings for ABC’s return of “Roseanne,” or even NBC’s “Will & Grace” comeback episode, which also went up against “TNF.”

“Roseanne” came back to TV in March 2017 with a 5.1 rating/21 share among adults 18-49 and 18.2 million total viewers. That’s 2.5 times the overall eyeballs of “Murphy” and nearly 5x its demo rating.

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Fox was first in ratings with a 3.2 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 10 million, according to preliminary numbers. The NFL game was the only show on Fox’s schedule.

ABC was second in ratings with a 1.5/6 and third in viewers with 5.5 million. The two-hour season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy” from 8-10 earned a 1.8/8 and 6.8 million viewers. The “How to Get Away With Murder” season premiere at 10 received a 0.8/4 and 3 million viewers.

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CBS was third in ratings with a 1.3/5 and second in viewers with 7.9 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 posted a 2.1/10 and 11.7 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” put up a 1.6/7 and 10.1 million viewers. The “Mom” season premiere at 9 landed a 1.3/5 and 8 million viewers. After “Murphy Brown,” the season premiere of “S.W.A.T.” at 10 had a 0.7/3 and 5 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 1.0/4 and in viewers with 4.4 million. The one-hour season premiere of “The Good Place” at 8 got a 0.9/4 and 3.1 million viewers. At 9, the two-hour season premiere of “Law & Order: SVU” averaged a 1.1/5 and 5.1 million viewers.

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Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.34 million.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and in viewers with 1.27 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.2/1 and in viewers with 644,000 airing just reruns.

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“Murphy Brown” did not have a very inspiring return on Thursday night — at least, not per Nielsen. The Candice Bergen sitcom received a 1.1 rating/4 share among people 18-49 and 7.4 million total viewers at 9:30 p.m. To be fair to CBS, the comedy, which originally premiered in 1988, was not expected to draw a bunch of young adults.

The revival’s premiere went up against “Thursday Night Football,” which never helps. Either way, the numbers for “Murphy Brown” were nothing like the huge ratings for ABC’s return of “Roseanne,” or even NBC’s “Will & Grace” comeback episode, which also went up against “TNF.”

“Roseanne” came back to TV in March 2017 with a 5.1 rating/21 share among adults 18-49 and 18.2 million total viewers. That’s 2.5 times the overall eyeballs of “Murphy” and nearly 5x its demo rating.

Read the earlier-available overnight ratings for “Thursday Night Football” here. The below fast-national numbers are inaccurate for live events, like sports.

Fox was first in ratings with a 3.2 rating/13 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 10 million, according to preliminary numbers. The NFL game was the only show on Fox’s schedule.

ABC was second in ratings with a 1.5/6 and third in viewers with 5.5 million. The two-hour season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy” from 8-10 earned a 1.8/8 and 6.8 million viewers. The “How to Get Away With Murder” season premiere at 10 received a 0.8/4 and 3 million viewers.

CBS was third in ratings with a 1.3/5 and second in viewers with 7.9 million. “The Big Bang Theory” at 8 posted a 2.1/10 and 11.7 million viewers. At 8:30, “Young Sheldon” put up a 1.6/7 and 10.1 million viewers. The “Mom” season premiere at 9 landed a 1.3/5 and 8 million viewers. After “Murphy Brown,” the season premiere of “S.W.A.T.” at 10 had a 0.7/3 and 5 million viewers.

NBC was fourth in ratings with a 1.0/4 and in viewers with 4.4 million. The one-hour season premiere of “The Good Place” at 8 got a 0.9/4 and 3.1 million viewers. At 9, the two-hour season premiere of “Law & Order: SVU” averaged a 1.1/5 and 5.1 million viewers.

Telemundo was fifth in ratings with a 0.5/2 and in viewers with 1.34 million.

Univision was sixth in ratings with a 0.4/2 and in viewers with 1.27 million.

The CW was seventh in ratings with a 0.2/1 and in viewers with 644,000 airing just reruns.

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CBS Fall Schedule: ‘Big Bang,’ ‘Young Sheldon’ to Kick Off Season, ‘Murphy Brown’ Returns Sept 27

CBS has unveiled the fall premiere dates for its 2018-2019 schedule, including the revival of “Murphy Brown” and a special lead in for “Magnum P.I’s” debut.

CBS is hoping to give “Magnum P.I.” a boost for its debut by slotting the season premieres of “The Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” during the 8 p.m. hour on Monday, Sept. 24, before the two move to their regular Thursday timeslots. The following week, freshman comedies “The Neighborhood” and “Happy Together” take their place in the 8 p.m. timeslot on Mondays.

CBS will debut the “Murphy Brown” revival on Thursday, Sept. 27.

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“FBI” will premiere in between “NCIS” and “NCIS: New Orleans” on Tuesday, Sept. 25, while “God Friended Me” will get an NFL-boosted Sunday on Sept. 30 for its debut. CBS has the NFL doubleheader that Sunday, meaning “God Friended Me” will premiere around 8:30 p.m.

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See the full schedule below:

Monday, Sept. 24

8:00-8:30 PM THE BIG BANG THEORY (12th Season Premiere)
8:30-9:00 PM YOUNG SHELDON (2nd Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 PM MAGNUM P.I. (SERIES DEBUT)
10:00-11:00 PM BULL (3rd Season Premiere/New Time Period)

 

Tuesday, Sept. 25

8:00-9:00 PM NCIS (16th Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 PM FBI (SERIES DEBUT)
10:00-11:00 PM NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (5th Season Premiere)

 

Wednesday, Sept. 26

8:00-9:30 PM SURVIVOR (90-Minute 37th Season Premiere)
9:30-11:00 PM BIG BROTHER (90-Minute Season Finale)

 

Thursday, Sept. 27

8:00-8:30 PM THE BIG BANG THEORY (Regular Time Period)
8:30-9:00 PM YOUNG SHELDON (Regular Time Period)
9:00-9:30 PM MOM (6th Season Premiere)
9:30-10:00 PM MURPHY BROWN (NTP)
10:00-11:00 PM S.W.A.T. (2nd Season Premiere)

 

Friday, Sept. 28

8:00-9:00 PM MACGYVER (3rd Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 PM HAWAII FIVE-0 (9th Season Premiere)
10:00-11:00 PM BLUE BLOODS (9th Season Premiere)

 

Saturday, Sept. 29

8:00-9:00 PM CRIMETIME SATURDAY
9:00-11:00 PM 48 HOURS (2-Hour 31st Season Premiere)

 

**Sunday, Sept. 30

7:30-8:30 PM 60 MINUTES (51st Season Premiere)
8:30-9:30 PM GOD FRIENDED ME (SERIES DEBUT)
9:30-10:30 PM NCIS: LOS ANGELES (10th Season Premiere)

 

Monday, Oct. 1

8:00-8:30 PM THE NEIGHBORHOOD (SERIES DEBUT)
8:30-9:00 PM HAPPY TOGETHER (SERIES DEBUT)
9:00-10:00 PM MAGNUM P.I.
10:00-11:00 PM BULL

 

Wednesday, Oct. 3

8:00-9:00 PM SURVIVOR (Regular Time Period)
9:00-10:00 PM SEAL TEAM (2nd Season Premiere)
10:00-11:00 PM CRIMINAL MINDS (14th Season Premiere)

 

Saturday, Oct. 6

8:00-9:00 PM CRIMETIME SATURDAY
9:00-10:00 PM CRIMETIME SATURDAY
10:00-11:00 PM 48 HOURS (Regular Time Period)

 

Sunday, Oct. 7

7:00-8:00 PM 60 MINUTES (Regular Time Period)
8:00-9:00 PM GOD FRIENDED ME (Regular Time Period)
9:00-10:00 PM NCIS: LOS ANGELES (Regular Time Period)
10:00-11:00 PM MADAM SECRETARY (5th Season Premiere)
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Fox’s Fall Schedule: ‘Last Man Standing’ Is Still a Friday Show, ‘9-1-1’ Shifts to Monday

CBS has unveiled the fall premiere dates for its 2018-2019 schedule, including the revival of “Murphy Brown” and a special lead in for “Magnum P.I’s” debut.

CBS is hoping to give “Magnum P.I.” a boost for its debut by slotting the season premieres of “The Big Bang Theory” and “Young Sheldon” during the 8 p.m. hour on Monday, Sept. 24, before the two move to their regular Thursday timeslots. The following week, freshman comedies “The Neighborhood” and “Happy Together” take their place in the 8 p.m. timeslot on Mondays.

CBS will debut the “Murphy Brown” revival on Thursday, Sept. 27.

“FBI” will premiere in between “NCIS” and “NCIS: New Orleans” on Tuesday, Sept. 25, while “God Friended Me” will get an NFL-boosted Sunday on Sept. 30 for its debut. CBS has the NFL doubleheader that Sunday, meaning “God Friended Me” will premiere around 8:30 p.m.

See the full schedule below:

Monday, Sept. 24

8:00-8:30 PM THE BIG BANG THEORY (12th Season Premiere)
8:30-9:00 PM YOUNG SHELDON (2nd Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 PM MAGNUM P.I. (SERIES DEBUT)
10:00-11:00 PM BULL (3rd Season Premiere/New Time Period)

 

Tuesday, Sept. 25

8:00-9:00 PM NCIS (16th Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 PM FBI (SERIES DEBUT)
10:00-11:00 PM NCIS: NEW ORLEANS (5th Season Premiere)

 

Wednesday, Sept. 26

8:00-9:30 PM SURVIVOR (90-Minute 37th Season Premiere)
9:30-11:00 PM BIG BROTHER (90-Minute Season Finale)

 

Thursday, Sept. 27

8:00-8:30 PM THE BIG BANG THEORY (Regular Time Period)
8:30-9:00 PM YOUNG SHELDON (Regular Time Period)
9:00-9:30 PM MOM (6th Season Premiere)
9:30-10:00 PM MURPHY BROWN (NTP)
10:00-11:00 PM S.W.A.T. (2nd Season Premiere)

 

Friday, Sept. 28

8:00-9:00 PM MACGYVER (3rd Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 PM HAWAII FIVE-0 (9th Season Premiere)
10:00-11:00 PM BLUE BLOODS (9th Season Premiere)

 

Saturday, Sept. 29

8:00-9:00 PM CRIMETIME SATURDAY
9:00-11:00 PM 48 HOURS (2-Hour 31st Season Premiere)

 

**Sunday, Sept. 30

7:30-8:30 PM 60 MINUTES (51st Season Premiere)
8:30-9:30 PM GOD FRIENDED ME (SERIES DEBUT)
9:30-10:30 PM NCIS: LOS ANGELES (10th Season Premiere)

 

Monday, Oct. 1

8:00-8:30 PM THE NEIGHBORHOOD (SERIES DEBUT)
8:30-9:00 PM HAPPY TOGETHER (SERIES DEBUT)
9:00-10:00 PM MAGNUM P.I.
10:00-11:00 PM BULL

 

Wednesday, Oct. 3

8:00-9:00 PM SURVIVOR (Regular Time Period)
9:00-10:00 PM SEAL TEAM (2nd Season Premiere)
10:00-11:00 PM CRIMINAL MINDS (14th Season Premiere)

 

Saturday, Oct. 6

8:00-9:00 PM CRIMETIME SATURDAY
9:00-10:00 PM CRIMETIME SATURDAY
10:00-11:00 PM 48 HOURS (Regular Time Period)

 

Sunday, Oct. 7

7:00-8:00 PM 60 MINUTES (Regular Time Period)
8:00-9:00 PM GOD FRIENDED ME (Regular Time Period)
9:00-10:00 PM NCIS: LOS ANGELES (Regular Time Period)
10:00-11:00 PM MADAM SECRETARY (5th Season Premiere)
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11 Highest-Rated TV Shows of 2017-18 Season (Photos)

The 2017-18 television season is in the books, and as per usual, some shows performed better than others. Like, much better.

Broadcast’s top entertainment series this time around was “This Is Us,” though current runner-up (per Nielsen’s “most current” ratings data set, which includes 7 days of delayed viewing where available) “Roseanne” could have something to say about that when DVR catch-up for its season — err, now series — finale is tallied.

See how the Top 11 broadcast TV shows rank by their ratings below. For purposes of this story, we elected not to count NFL football, which would have gobbled up six spots. You get it.

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Rank: 11
Show: “The Bachelor”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 2.4

Rank: 10
Show: “The Voice”
Net: NBC
18-49 Rating: 2.5

Rank: 9
Show: “Empire”
Net: Fox
18-49 Rating: 2.6

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Rank: 8
Show: “Will and Grace”
Net: NBC
18-49 Rating: 2.8

Rank: 7
Show: “9-1-1”
Net: Fox
18-49 Rating: 3.0

Rank: 5 (tie)
Show: “Grey’s Anatomy”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 3.3

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Rank: 5 (tie)
Show: “Young Sheldon”
Net: CBS
18-49 Rating: 3.3

Rank: 4
Show: “The Good Doctor”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 3.4

Rank: 3
Show: “Big Bang Theory”
Net: CBS
18-49 Rating: 4.3

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Rank: 2
Show: “Roseanne”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 5.0

And the winner is…

Rank: 1
Show: “This Is Us”
Net: NBC
18-49 Rating: 5.4

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The 2017-18 television season is in the books, and as per usual, some shows performed better than others. Like, much better.

Broadcast’s top entertainment series this time around was “This Is Us,” though current runner-up (per Nielsen’s “most current” ratings data set, which includes 7 days of delayed viewing where available) “Roseanne” could have something to say about that when DVR catch-up for its season — err, now series — finale is tallied.

See how the Top 11 broadcast TV shows rank by their ratings below. For purposes of this story, we elected not to count NFL football, which would have gobbled up six spots. You get it.

Rank: 11
Show: “The Bachelor”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 2.4

Rank: 10
Show: “The Voice”
Net: NBC
18-49 Rating: 2.5

Rank: 9
Show: “Empire”
Net: Fox
18-49 Rating: 2.6

Rank: 8
Show: “Will and Grace”
Net: NBC
18-49 Rating: 2.8

Rank: 7
Show: “9-1-1”
Net: Fox
18-49 Rating: 3.0

Rank: 5 (tie)
Show: “Grey’s Anatomy”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 3.3

Rank: 5 (tie)
Show: “Young Sheldon”
Net: CBS
18-49 Rating: 3.3

Rank: 4
Show: “The Good Doctor”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 3.4

Rank: 3
Show: “Big Bang Theory”
Net: CBS
18-49 Rating: 4.3

Rank: 2
Show: “Roseanne”
Net: ABC
18-49 Rating: 5.0

And the winner is…

Rank: 1
Show: “This Is Us”
Net: NBC
18-49 Rating: 5.4

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Ratings: Sheldon and Amy’s ‘Big Bang Theory’ Wedding Toasts to Double Digit Growth

You can always count on a wedding episode. Thursday’s “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 finale, in which Mark Hamill married Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayin Bialik), soared double digits above last week’s already impressive Nielsen numbers.

The hit sitcom’s 2.8 rating/14 share among adults 18-49 was 17 percent better than last week’s eventual 2.4, and the half-hour’s 15 million total viewers represent the show’s largest audience since January 11.

So yeah, CBS won the night is what we’re saying.

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CBS was first in ratings with a 1.6 rating/7 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.2 million, according to preliminary numbers. After the “BBT” nuptials, the “Young Sheldon” Season 1 finale at 8:30 p.m. earned a 2.1/10 and 12.2 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 posted a 1.5/7 and 9.1 million viewers. A second episode, the Anna Faris-Allison Janney show’s Season 5 finale, dipped to a 1.3/5 and 7.9 million viewers at 9:30. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 got a 0.9/4 and 5.6 million viewers.

ABC was second in ratings with a 1.1/5 and third in viewers with 4.6 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 put up a 1.8/8 and 7.3 million viewers. “Station 19” at 9 had a 0.9/4 and 4.5 million viewers. At 10, “Quantico” settled for a 0.5/2 and 2.1 million viewers.

NBC was third in ratings with a 0.8/4 and second in viewers with 4.8 million. Following a rerun, the two-hour “Chicago Fire” season finale starting a 9 landed a 1.0/4 and 5.9 million viewers.

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Fox was fourth in ratings with a 0.6/3 and in viewers with 2.3 million. “Gotham” at 8 got a 0.7/3 and 2.2 million viewers. “Showtime at the Apollo” at 9 received a 0.6/3 and 2.3 million viewers.

The CW and Telemundo tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.5/2. The CW was fifth in total viewers with 1.6 million, Telemundo was sixth with 1.2 million.

For CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.6/3 and 1.9 million viewers. At 9, “Arrow” got a 0.4/2 and 1.4 million viewers. The CW’s primetime was preempted in New York City for the Yankees-Red Sox game.

Univision was seventh in ratings with a 0.4/2 and in viewers with 950,000.

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You can always count on a wedding episode. Thursday’s “Big Bang Theory” Season 11 finale, in which Mark Hamill married Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Amy (Mayin Bialik), soared double digits above last week’s already impressive Nielsen numbers.

The hit sitcom’s 2.8 rating/14 share among adults 18-49 was 17 percent better than last week’s eventual 2.4, and the half-hour’s 15 million total viewers represent the show’s largest audience since January 11.

So yeah, CBS won the night is what we’re saying.

CBS was first in ratings with a 1.6 rating/7 share in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 9.2 million, according to preliminary numbers. After the “BBT” nuptials, the “Young Sheldon” Season 1 finale at 8:30 p.m. earned a 2.1/10 and 12.2 million viewers. “Mom” at 9 posted a 1.5/7 and 9.1 million viewers. A second episode, the Anna Faris-Allison Janney show’s Season 5 finale, dipped to a 1.3/5 and 7.9 million viewers at 9:30. “S.W.A.T.” at 10 got a 0.9/4 and 5.6 million viewers.

ABC was second in ratings with a 1.1/5 and third in viewers with 4.6 million. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8 put up a 1.8/8 and 7.3 million viewers. “Station 19” at 9 had a 0.9/4 and 4.5 million viewers. At 10, “Quantico” settled for a 0.5/2 and 2.1 million viewers.

NBC was third in ratings with a 0.8/4 and second in viewers with 4.8 million. Following a rerun, the two-hour “Chicago Fire” season finale starting a 9 landed a 1.0/4 and 5.9 million viewers.

Fox was fourth in ratings with a 0.6/3 and in viewers with 2.3 million. “Gotham” at 8 got a 0.7/3 and 2.2 million viewers. “Showtime at the Apollo” at 9 received a 0.6/3 and 2.3 million viewers.

The CW and Telemundo tied for fifth in ratings, both with a 0.5/2. The CW was fifth in total viewers with 1.6 million, Telemundo was sixth with 1.2 million.

For CW, “Supernatural” at 8 had a 0.6/3 and 1.9 million viewers. At 9, “Arrow” got a 0.4/2 and 1.4 million viewers. The CW’s primetime was preempted in New York City for the Yankees-Red Sox game.

Univision was seventh in ratings with a 0.4/2 and in viewers with 950,000.

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ProSiebenSat.1 Reports ‘Solid’ Q1 Despite Marginal Revenue Decline

Germany’s ProSiebenSat.1Group has reported a “solid start” to the year despite seeing a slight drop in revenues in the first quarter of 2018. The media giant saw revenues reach €881 million ($1.04 billion), a 3% decrease from the same period of 2017 (w…

Germany’s ProSiebenSat.1Group has reported a “solid start” to the year despite seeing a slight drop in revenues in the first quarter of 2018. The media giant saw revenues reach €881 million ($1.04 billion), a 3% decrease from the same period of 2017 (which had in turn seen 13% growth over 2016). However, ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE […]