Thursday’s Ratings Report (22.04.07)

2022-08-23 0 By

It had to be said that NBC and CBS were not very friendly on Thursday night, 7th, when their shows broke record low ratings and all of them were on the air.ABC’s fire and rescue drama “Fire Station 19″ (4.52 million, 0.63) was the most-watched network show of the night, up 0.07.”Grey’s Anatomy” (4.21 million, 0.63) climbed 0.08.Crime drama “Murder in Sky City” (2.57 million, 0.29) rose 0.03.NBC’s long-running crime drama “Law & Order” (3.91 million, 0.46) plunged 10 points from three weeks ago to its lowest rating in the series’ history.”Law & Order: SVU” (4.33 million, 0.57) dropped 0.08 from three weeks ago.Crime drama Law & Order: Organized Crime (2.98 million, 0.44) was down 0.10 from three weeks ago, the lowest rating in the series’ history.Fox cooking reality show “Young Kitchen God” (2.11 million, 0.40) slipped 0.01.Comedy “Call Me Kate” (1.76 million, 0.33) was up 0.04.New drama “Welcome to Vratch” (848,000, 0.18) bounced 0.02.CBS ‘new drama “Sail” (2.98 million, 0.29) was down 0.05.Legal drama Trial Expert (3.91 million, 0.25) fell 0.04 to its lowest rating in the series’ history.The CW’s western drama “Texas Patrolman” (905,000, 0.08) slipped 0.02 to its lowest rating in the series’ history.Supernatural youth drama Descendants of the Vampires (388,000, 0.05) is up 0.01 from four weeks ago.On cable, ESPN2’s telecast of the MLB regular-season game between the Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves drew 1.37 million viewers and a 0.41 rating.TNT broadcast two regular-season NBA games, including the Boston Celtics-Milwaukee Bucks game, with 1.35 million viewers and a 0.41 rating.The Los Angeles Lakers-Golden State Warriors game earned 1.64 million viewers and a 0.49 rating.FX’s gold medal comedy “Atlanta” (260,000, 0.11) held steady.Note: Ratings in this report refer to ratings in the 18-49 age group, and the statistical period is live broadcast + same-day.All data provided by The Nielsen Company.