Part 3 of the “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time” contest between three of the most prolific contestants to have ever grace the iconic game show drew big numbers yet again for ABC.
Last night’s broadcast drew 15.4 million total viewers, up roughly 500,000 from the 14.8 million who tuned in to Part 2. The show topped the night with a 2.2 among adults 18-49, down slightly on the previous parts. ABC’s “Truth and Lies” special on Jeffrey Epstein followed it up with a 1.1 rating and 6.2 million viewers, coming second on the night overall.
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Over on Fox, new series “Deputy” starring Stephen Dorff dipped from its premiere last week to a 0.7 rating and just under 4 million total viewers. Back to back episodes of “Last Man Standing” both scored a 0.8 and averaged around 4.4 million total viewers.
On CBS, “Young Sheldon” returned from its Winter break even on the previous episode at a 1.0 rating and 7.5 million viewers. “Carol’s Second Act” also came back even at a 0.6 rating and 4.9 million viewers. “The Unicorn” and “Evil” both came back down on their previous episodes, scoring a 0.6 and a 0.4 respectively. “Mom” was the only show on the night to return up, posting a 0.8 rating and drawing just under 6 million total viewers.
“Superstore” led off the night for NBC with a 0.7 rating, followed by “The Good Place” with a 0.6 and “Will & Grace” with a 0.5. “Perfect Harmony” came in at a 0.4, while “Law & Order: SVU” scored a 0.7.
Finally on the CW, replays of “Supernatural” and “Legacies” both scored a 0.1 rating.
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