“Gray’s Anatomy” was compelled to chop its season brief as a result of coronavirus pandemic, and the season 16 finale scored a good viewers given the circumstances.
The finale topped Thursday evening with a 1.Four score amongst adults 18-49 (the identical rating as final week) and seven.three million complete viewers, which represents the present’s largest viewers since March 2019. In the meantime its spinoff collection “Station 19” delivered a season excessive 1.three score and a whopping 7.5 million viewers, its largest viewership tally ever. “The right way to Get Away With Homicide” rounded off the evening with a 0.6 and three million viewers, the identical rating in each demos as final episode.
Over on NBC, a Halloween heist episode of “Brooklyn 9-9” ticked up fractionally to a 0.6 score and a couple of.1 million complete viewers. New episodes of “Will & Grace” and “Indebted” each got here in even episode-to-episode, scoring a 0.6 and a couple of.7 million viewers, and a 0.three and 1.Four million pairs of eyeballs respectively. The community’s lineup was bookended by “Superstore” and “Regulation & Order: SVU” reruns, which scored a 0.5 and a 0.4.
“Man With a Plan” ticked down from final week’s season Four premiere on CBS, scoring a 0.Eight and 6 million viewers, down 14%. Likewise “Broke” misplaced slightly floor from its collection debut, coming in at a 0.7 and 5.2 million viewers. “Tommy” with Edie Falco got here in even week-to-week at a 0.6 and 5.2 million viewers. A “Younger Sheldon” rerun topped the evening for the attention with a 0.9 and 6.9 million pairs of eyeballs.
A brand new episode of “Final Man Standing” on Fox scored a 0.6 score and 4.1 million viewers, down a tiny bit within the former metric. A replay of the Tim Allen collection then delivered a 0.5 and a couple of.6 million viewers within the 8:30 p.m. time slot, adopted by a “Psychological Samurai” rerun with a 0.4.
The CW aired replays of “Arrow” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” each of which scored a 0.1 and round 500,000 viewers.