Thursday TV ratings: Grey’s Anatomy up, Legacies down

GREY'S ANATOMY - "Papa Don't Preach" - Catherine is back in town and has no idea what's been going on between Jackson and Maggie, while her relationship with Richard has become distant. Owen and Amelia treat a woman who fell in the basement and quickly realize that there is more to the story; and Maggie is shocked to learn about some of Richard's relatives who are seeking help, on "Grey's Anatomy," THURSDAY, NOV. 7 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Byron Cohen)CATERINA SCORSONE, KEVIN MCKIDD, JEREMIAH MILLER
GREY'S ANATOMY - "Papa Don't Preach" - Catherine is back in town and has no idea what's been going on between Jackson and Maggie, while her relationship with Richard has become distant. Owen and Amelia treat a woman who fell in the basement and quickly realize that there is more to the story; and Maggie is shocked to learn about some of Richard's relatives who are seeking help, on "Grey's Anatomy," THURSDAY, NOV. 7 (8:00-9:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Byron Cohen)CATERINA SCORSONE, KEVIN MCKIDD, JEREMIAH MILLER /
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Grey’s Anatomy got a big boost to its demo on Nov. 7 in the TV ratings. However, Legacies and EVIL saw losses. Here’s a look at the full Nov. 7 ratings.

The TV ratings for Nov. 7 are in. While ABC saw some great results, The CW and other networks saw a dip. Here’s a look at the full results.

Let’s start with Thursday Night Football for FOX, which, unsurprisingly, saw the best ratings of the night. The Chargers at Raiders saw 9.42 million viewers and a 2.6 demo rating.

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The total audience was only just ahead of the top scripted series of the night. CBS’ Young Sheldon pulled in 8.73 million viewers, with a 1.1. demo rating, holding relatively steady from the previous episode. The positivity lasted with The Unicorn, Mom, and Carol’s Second Act. These are great signs for the futures of all shows.

It was EVIL that dropped on Thursday night. The demo was down 7% to a 0.5 rating, matching Will & Grace. Of course, EVIL has already been renewed, so there’s nothing to worry about here.

Speaking of Will & Grace, the demo dropped 10% and the total audience dropped by 17%. It was the highest total audience drop of the entire night. While the show is ending, it doesn’t stop us hoping that the ratings hold steady.

SUPERSTORE — “Shoplifter Rehab” Episode 507 — Pictured: (l-r) America Ferrera as Amy, Ben Feldman as Jonah — (Photo by: Eddy Chen/NBC)
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NBC didn’t have the greatest night overall. The Good Place‘s final season saw dips in both metrics, while Superstore and Perfect Harmony saw losses in the total audiences (both demos were up a healthy amount). Law & Order: SVU also lost in double digits in both metrics.

Law & Order: SVU may be at risk, but not just because of the metrics. The cast and crew may decide that it’s time to end the story after a historic 21 seasons. As for Superstore, I don’t think there’s anything to worry about. Perfect Harmony remains to be the second-worst performing NBC series. Considering Sunnyside was swiftly canceled, I don’t think Perfect Harmony will get a renewal.

It was The CW that had the worst night overall. Both Supernatural and Legacies lost in both metrics. Legacies‘ demo dropped the most out of all shows, losing 13%.

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For Supernatural, there’s no fear. The show is ending after this season (and it was the first monster-of-the-week episode of the season, so the drop isn’t that surprising). I don’t think it’s anything to worry about for Legacies. The show remains in the middle of all CW’s shows. Getting a second season on The CW is the hardest. Once that happens, most shows will last for 70-100 episodes or so to gain syndication.

ABC had the best night of the lot. The demo for Grey’s Anatomy was at the highest out of all scripted shows. More importantly, that demo was up 21.5%! The total audience was also up 8%.

A MILLION LITTLE THINGS – “ten years” – The gang gathers for Theo’s 10th birthday, which is also a significant milestone for Eddie. Meanwhile, Delilah, Eddie and Katherine are at an impasse about revealing the truth about Charlie; Rome and Regina try to keep Sophie from getting too close to PJ, and Maggie helps Gary make a difficult decision about his dog, Colin, on a new episode of “A Million Little Things,” airing THURSDAY, NOV. 7 (9:01-10:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Jack Rowand)GRACE PARK, TRISTAN BYON, DAVID GIUNTOLI
A MILLION LITTLE THINGS – “ten years” – The gang gathers for Theo’s 10th birthday, which is also a significant milestone for Eddie. Meanwhile, Delilah, Eddie and Katherine are at an impasse about revealing the truth about Charlie; Rome and Regina try to keep Sophie from getting too close to PJ, and Maggie helps Gary make a difficult decision about his dog, Colin, on a new episode of “A Million Little Things,” airing THURSDAY, NOV. 7 (9:01-10:01 p.m. EST), on ABC. (ABC/Jack Rowand)GRACE PARK, TRISTAN BYON, DAVID GIUNTOLI /

The ticks up continued with A Million Little Things, which matched Mom’s demo at 0.8. That was up 21%, with the total audience up 7%. As for How to Get Away with Murder‘s final season, the demo held steady at 0.4 (the lowest out of all big four networks) and the total audience ticked up by almost 5%.

Take a look at the full Thursday TV ratings to see how your favorite TV shows did.

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