TV Ratings Thursday, 24: ‘Law & Order’ Revival Premiere, Season 21

Dun-dun! In the latest TV show rankings, NBC’s season 21 premiere has revived Law & Order drew a total of 5.5 million viewers – the third largest audience on Thursday – and rated 0.7tie SVU and two others win the nightly demo. It is also manually improved on the time slot predecessor Black listaverage (3.1 million / 0.4).

TVLine readers spent the premiere a grade point average “B”; read summary. And because someone will wonder: WORRYThe 2010 series finale hit 7.6 million/1.9.

Leading among them, SVU (5 million / 0.7, read summary) is marked from its last new outing, while Organized Crime (3.4 million / 0.5) is stable.


ABC | Station 19 (4.8 million / 0.7, “B+” Class TVLine Reader) and Grey’s Anatomy (4.4 million / 0.7, “B-” reader) both return from their long winter break, while Big sky (2.3 million / 0.3) is stable.

THE CW | Heritage (290 thousand / 0.1, read summary) returned with a low-budget season while remaining stable in the demo.

FOX | Joe the Millionaire (1.4 million / 0.3) is stable, Call me Kat (1.3 million / 0.2) slid to the lowest level in the series, and Pivoting (790k! / 0.2) hit a new audience low.

CBS | Young Sheldon (6.8 million / 0.7), United States of America (4.9 million / 0.4), Ghosts (5.6 million / 0.5) and B Positive (4.4 million / 0.4) all down (with freshman hit Ghosts force its demo to low), while Bulls (4.3 million / 0.4) is stable.

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Live + Same-day numbers reported in our ratings column Not reflect the overall performance of a show, with increased use of delayed playback across DVRs and streaming platforms, plus 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. Warning: Content can be hot! TV Ratings Thursday, 24: ‘Law & Order’ Revival Premiere, Season 21

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