Ratings: Young Sheldon and Ghosts Rise, Tie 9-1-1 for Thursday Demo Win

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In the latest TV ratings, CBS’ Young Sheldon was Thursday’s most-watched show and — along with Ghosts — caught up to ABC’s 9-1-1 for the first time to tie for the nightly demo win.

CBS | Young Sheldon (with 7.4 million total viewers and a 0.6 rating) drew its second-largest audience of the season and matched its farewell run’s demo high; TVLine readers gave the wedding ep an average grade of “B+.” Ghosts (6.1 mil/0.6) in turn rose to best-since-season premiere numbers. So Help Me Todd (4.3 mil/0.4) and Elsbeth (4.4 mil/0.3) were steady.

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ABC | 9-1-1 (4.6 mil/0.6, read recap) dropped a handful of eyeballs, Grey’s Anatomy (3.3 mil/0.5, read recap) was steady, and Station 19 (2.4 mil/0.3, read Episode 100 post mortem) dipped to a new all-time audience low.

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NBC | Law & Order (3.9 mil/0.3) and Organized Crime (2. 9 mil/0.3, watch post mortem video) both dropped a few viewers but were steady in the demo. SVU (4.1 mil/0.3) dipped in the demo.

FOX | Next Level Chef (1.8 mil/0.3) and Farmer Wants a Wife (1.7 mil/0.2) were steady.

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