TV ratings for Tuesday, January 18: ‘Naomi’ on The CW, ‘Superman & Lois’ Season 2

In the latest TV show chart, NBC’s This is us leading third in the demo (albeit with a low streak), while CBS’ FBI rerun accounted for the largest audience of the night.

NBC’s opening night, American Cars (with 2.3 million viewers and 0.4 rating) and Grand Crew (1.7 million / 0.3) both fell. This is us (4.7 million / 0.7, read summary and Quick update on jacks) slipped 6% and 22% to hit the bottom of the series on both counts – and now scares us again cooking equipment. New Amsterdam (3.4 million / 0.3, read summary) dropped by a tenth in the demo.

On The CW, Superman & Lois (1.12 million / 0.2, read autopsies) and Naomi (734 thousand / 0.1, read autopsies) were stable in the demo, although the latter dropped a few viewers from its initial release. (SuperLoisMeanwhile, viewership has picked up, delivering the lead on Tuesday with the best audience since February 23.)

ABC’s Judge Steve Harvey (4.3 million / 0.6), Abbott Elementary School (2.9 million / 0.5), black people (2 million / 0.3) and Queens (1.2 million / 0.2) all embedded.

Leading out of a Lonely Star repeat, Fox’s Our kind of people (1.1 million / 0.2) hit the lowest level in the series.

CBS’ FBI The rerun audience is 5.1 million.

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Live + Same-day numbers reported in our ratings column Not reflects the overall performance of a show, due to the enhanced use of delayed playback across DVRs and streaming platforms, along with out-of-home viewing. Instead, these numbers (Nielsen’s fast national players, unless expressed as finals) are intended simply to illustrate trends or best comparisons. Steve Harvey is not a judge or an attorney and offers only an alternative dispute resolution forum. TV ratings for Tuesday, January 18: ‘Naomi’ on The CW, ‘Superman & Lois’ Season 2

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