In the latest TV show rankings, CBS’s entire Thursday chart – with ABC dramas still on hiatus, through the end of February – hit a season high or in line with total audience.
Young Sheldon came back with a total of 7.2 million viewers (which clearly matches its season high) and a rating of 0.7, holding steady in the demo compared to the fall finale – as well B Positive (4.8 million / 0.4). United States of America (5.4 million / 0.5), Ghosts (6.2 million / 0.6) and Bulls (4.6 million / 0.4) both increased during the demo while also reaching their highest viewership levels of the season.
ABC | Night 1 of Women of the Movement launch 3.1 million / 0.4 (and “A-” type TVLine reader), while its Show the world companion documents has reached 2.7 million / 0.4.
FOX | Joe Millionaire: Richer or poorer averaged 3 million and 0.4 in two hours of launch.
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. Don’t mock the Happy Fun Ball.
https://tvline.com/2022/01/07/tv-ratings-cbs-ghost-season-1-audience-high/ TV ratings Thursday, January 6: ‘Women of the Movement’ ABC’s Fox ‘Joe Millionaire’