This fall’s #OneChicago crossover averaged 8.6 million total viewers and a 1.4 demo rating (per finals), improving on the NBC trifecta’s week-ago numbers by 18 and 27 percent.
In the demo, Chicago Fire (8.2 mil/1.3) matched its best number in a year, Med (8.9 mil/1.5) hit its best number since February 2018, and P.D. (8.6 mil/1.3) was up 30 percent from last week.
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FOX | The Masked Singer (7.4 mil/2.2) rose two tenths, while Almost Family (2.2 mil/0.6) took its first dip.
THE CW | Riverdale (800K/0.2) slipped 28 and 50 percent from its season opener, tying its all-time demo low. Nancy Drew (800K/0.2) was down 30 and 33 percent.
CBS | Survivor (6.9 mil/1.4) rose two tenths, SEAL Team (4.5 mi/0.5) was flat and SWAT (3.6 mil/0.5) dipped to new lows.
ABC | Schooled (3.4 mil/0.8) and Modern Family (4.2 mil/1.0) ticked up, while Goldbergs (4.1 mil/1.0), Single Parents (2.8 mil/0.7) and Stumptown (2.8 mil/0.6) all held steady.
Launch Gallery: 2020 Broadcast-TV Renewal Scorecard