Superstore closed its six-season run on NBC Thursday with some of its best same-day ratings of the season. Grey’s Anatomy led the adults 18-49 race, and The Ingraham Angle on Fox News got a sizable bump from a phone interview with former President Trump.
The two-episode series finale of Superstore averaged a 0.54 rating among adults 18-49 and 2.56 million viewers. Both figures are the best same-day tallies for the comedy since its season premiere in late October (the show will see big ratings gains on digital platforms). Following a Law & Order: SVU rerun at 9 p.m., Dateline drew a 0.41 in the key ad demo and 3.1 million viewers.
ABC had a fairly steady night. Station 19 (0.8 in 18-49. 5.26 million viewers), Grey’s Anatomy (0.93, 4.99 million) and A Million Little Things (0.48, 3.06 million) led or tied for the top spot in adults 18-49, and all three were within 0.04 of last week’s demo ratings. Each show ticked up slightly in total viewers as well.
Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen hit a season high in total viewers with 2.85 million and scored a 0.8 in the 18-49 demo. The season finale of Call Me Kat (2.11 million viewers, 0.48 demo) was off a little week to week, while Last Man Standing (2.43 million, 0.45) was about even.
The Ingraham Angle scored 3.2 million viewers on Fox News with its Trump phone interview, about a million more than the show has been averaging in recent weeks. Tucker Carlson Tonight (3.39 million) and Hannity (3.23 million) also topped the 3 million mark, while an NBA game (76ers-Lakers) on TNT led cable’s 18-49 rankings with a 0.38.
Source: Hollywood Reporter – https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/tv-ratings-thursday-march-25-2021