Thursday TV Ratings: 'Station 19' & 'Grey's Anatomy' Pack a One-Two Punch

Jim Halterman
Station 19
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Brandon Win and Jay Hayden on ABC's Station 19

In broadcast television's Thursday night, the news was very good for back-to-back series Station 19  and Grey's Anatomy. Grey's spinoff Station 19, currently in its third season, won the night in total viewers with 7.29 million viewers. CBS sitcom Young Sheldonwhich typically wins the 8 pm time slot, was once again in reruns, a benefit to the other Thursday shows.

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Meanwhile, Grey's led in the 18-49 demographic for the night with a 1.3 rating, though its total viewers at 6.5 million ranked in third for the night (after Station 19 and the 8 pm rerun of Young Sheldon).

ABC's A Million Little Things ended on a positive note with the season finale nabbing higher viewership numbers than the drama has seen since its November 21 episode (4.59 million). It also won the 10 pm time slot in total viewers, though it tied for 18-49 with NBC's Law & Order: SVU

Here's the breakdown for Thursday, March 26, 2020 (numbers are fast-affiliate based):

Time ShowAdults 18-49 RatingTotal Viewers (millions)
8 p.m.Station 19 (ABC) 1.27.29
Young Sheldon - R  (CBS)0.86.66
Last Man Standing (Fox) 0.84.49
Superstore  (NBC)0.93.63
Katy Keene (CW) 0.1549,000
8:30 p.m.Young Sheldon - R  (CBS) 0.76.28
Outmatched (Fox)0.62.62
Brooklyn Nine-Nine (NBC) 0.72.33
9 p.m.Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) 1.36.50
Mom- R (CBS)0.75.44
Indebted (NBC)0.41.62
Deputy (Fox)0.63.90
Legacies  (CW)0.2626,000
9:30 p.m.The Neighborhood - R (CBS)0.64.23
Indebted (NBC)0.31.49
10 p.m.Law & Order: SVU (NBC)0.73.75
A Million Little Things - F (ABC) 0.74.34
Bull - R (CBS)0.53.76