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TV Ratings: 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Superstore' Grab Season Highs
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ABC's 'Station 19' also delivers its biggest total audience ever as linear TV continues to post gains.
ABC's entire lineup hit season highs in total viewers Thursday, and NBC's Superstore and Will & Grace also recorded highs as coronavirus quarantines continue to drive linear TV viewing.
Fast national ratings for the seven major English- and Spanish-language broadcasters rose by 19 percent over last week among adults 18-49 and by 8.5 percent in total viewers — despite CBS, the usual total-viewer leader, airing a night of reruns. The Eye fell only by 15 percent in viewers, perhaps the starkest sign of audiences rediscovering linear TV.

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ABC's Station 19 delivered a series-high 7.53 million viewers along with a 1.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Grey's Anatomy followed with 7.1 million viewers — its biggest total audience in a year — and tied its season-high in the demo at 1.5. A Million Little Things (4.2 million viewers) is currently just above its season-best in total viewers and rose a little in adults 18-49 to 0.7.

At NBCSuperstore jumped 50 percent in adults 18-49 to 0.9 and 46 percent in viewers to 3.75 million, the show's best same-day numbers since May and March 2019, respectively. Brooklyn Nine-Nine tied its demo high for the season at 0.7 and had its most-watched episode (2.47 million) since February 2019. Will & Grace (0.7, 2.76 million) and Indebted (0.5, 1.93 million) also scored season highs. A news special on the coronavirus pandemic drew 4.2 million viewers and a 0.9 in the demo at 10 p.m.

Like ABC and NBC, Fox saw its shows rise as well: Last Man Standing (0.8 in 18-49, 4.65 million viewers) put up its best numbers in two months, and Outmatched (0.6, 2.59 million) and Deputy (0.6, 3.96 million) hit multi-week highs in viewers. The CW's Katy Keene (0.1 in adults 18-49) and Legacies (0.2) were steady.
ABC topped the 18-49 rankings in primetime with a 1.2 rating. NBC finished second at 0.8, just ahead of Fox's 0.7. CBS and Univision tied at 0.6, Telemundo averaged 0.4 and The CW came in at 0.1.
  


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