Primetime Ratings: ‘Thursday Night Football’ Up as NBC Wins Big

‘Grey’s Anatomy’ retains rating from last week’s milestone episode on ABC

With Thursday Night Football on its air, NBC was the big winner in Thursday prime ratings, posting a 2.7 in viewers 18-49, and a 10 share. That topped the 1.5/6 put up by CBS.

NBC had Football Night in America fall 10% to 1.9, and the game, Steelers versus Titans, climb 12% to 2.8.

On CBS, The Big Bang Theory did a 2.6 and Young Sheldon a 2.1, both down a tenth of a point from last week. Mom rated a 1.4 and Life in Pieces a 1.1, then SWAT a 0.9. Those too were down a tenth of a point.  

ABC was at 1.3/5. Grey’s Anatomy scored a 1.9, same as last week’s 300th episode. Scandal did a 1.1 and How to Get Away With Murder a 0.9. Those were both flat with last week too.

Univision, with the Latin Grammy Awards, did a 1.0/4.

Fox did a 0.9/3, with Gotham at a flat 0.9 and The Orville down 10% at 0.9.

The CW rated a 0.6/2. Supernatural scored a 0.6 and Arrow a 0.5. Both were flat.

Telemundo did a 0.5/2.