TV Ratings: ‘The Good Place,’ ‘Blacklist’ Inch Upward

Daniel Holloway

After a Wednesday night that saw ratings decline across most of primetime, Thursday night saw them stabilize. Most broadcast entertainment offerings stayed at or close to their ratings in the 18-49 demo from last week, with a few even showing mild growth.

NBC’s “The Good Place” drew a 1.4 at 8:30 p.m. according to Nielsen fast nationals. That’s up one tenth of a point from last week, and also up one tenth from its lead-in, “Superstore,” which was even with its performance a week ago. “Chicago Med” was even with last week at 1.3, and “The Blacklist” was even at 1.0.

On CBS, “Thursday Night Football” drew a 6.7 overnight household rating for its Cardinals-49ers matchup. Final, time zone-adjusted numbers will be available later Friday.

ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” the night’s top entertainment program, was down one tenth of a point from last week at 2.3. “Notorious” was down one tenth at 1.0. “How to Get Away With Murder” was even at 1.3.

On Fox, “Rosewood” climbed one tenth of a point from last week to 0.9. “Pitch” was even at 1.0.

ABC averaged a 1.6 rating and 6 share, followed by NBC with a 1.3 / 4 and Fox with a 1.0 / 4.

The CW’s iHeartRadio Music Festival Night averaged a 0.3.


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