Friday, January 31, 2020

UPDATED Thursday Ratings - 'The Good Place' and 'Evil' Finales Rise; 'Station 19' and 'Grey's Anatomy' Drop

On January 30, 2020, ABC won in the Adults 18-49 demographic with a 0.90 rating - followed by CBS (0.65), FOX (0.63), NBC (0.63) and The CW (0.30).

Furthermore, CBS won in total viewers with 5.243 million viewers - followed by ABC (5.160), FOX (3.242), NBC (2.766) and The CW (0.965).




UPDATE - The Good Place post-finale special was adjusted down.

ABC (0.90 Rating, 5.160 Million Viewers)
        STATION 19 (1.0, -0.2)
        GREY'S ANATOMY (1.1, -0.3)
        A MILLION LITTLE THINGS (0.6, -0.1)

CBS (0.65 Rating, 5.243 Million Viewers)
        YOUNG SHELDON (1.0, +0.0)
        THE UNICORN (0.6, +0.0)
        MOM (0.7, +0.0)
        CAROL'S SECOND ACT (0.6, +0.0)
        EVIL (0.5, +0.1) SEASON FINALE

FOX (0.63 Rating, 3.242 Million Viewers)
        LAST MAN STANDING (0.7, -0.1)
        OUTMATCHED (0.6, -0.1)
        DEPUTY (0.6, +0.1)

NBC (0.63 Rating, 2.766 Million Viewers)
        SUPERSTORE (0.7, +0.0)
        THE GOOD PLACE (0.7, +0.1) SERIES FINALE
        THE GOOD PLACE (0.5, -0.1)
        LAW & ORDER: SVU (0.6, +0.0)

THE CW (0.30 Rating, 0.965 Million Viewers)
        SUPERNATURAL (0.3, +0.1)
        LEGACIES (0.3, +0.1)


                                         The Final Ratings for Thursday, January 30 
Time
Network
Show
18 - 49 Rating
Viewers (Millions)
8:00 PM
CBS
Young Sheldon
1.0
8.639

ABC
Station 19
1.0
6.117

FOX
Last Man Standing
0.7
3.938

NBC
Superstore
0.7
2.779

The CW
Supernatural
0.3
1.067
8:30 PM
NBC
The Good Place (8:30-9:43)
0.7
2.315

CBS
The Unicorn
0.6
5.762

FOX
Outmatched
0.6
2.341
9:00 PM
ABC
Grey’s Anatomy
1.1
5.555

CBS
Mom
0.7
6.079

FOX
Deputy
0.6
3.344

The CW
Legacies
0.3
0.862
9:30 PM
CBS
Carol’s Second Act
0.6
4.602

NBC
The Good Place (9:43-10)
0.5
1.932
10:00 PM
ABC
A Million Little Things
0.6
3.807

NBC
Law & Order: SVU
0.6
3.627

CBS
Evil
0.5
3.188

Average Rating: 0.65
Average Viewership: 3.880


NOTE: For the 2019-20 broadcast season, Nielsen has determined that there are 120.6 million TV households in the United States - with 307.3 million people ages 2 and up. The Adults 18-49 demographic is the rating most commonly reported and helps determine ad rates but is not the sole explanation for whether a show will be renewed or cancelled.