Thursday TV Ratings, 11/9/17: Grey’s Anatomy Up for 300th Show, Young Sheldon and Life in Pieces Hold Steady (UPDATED)

One of TV's longest-running shows hit a milestone last night. Grey's Anatomy turned 300, and while it didn't help too much in the ratings department, the series was still up from last week, something that Scandal and HTGAWM couldn't do. The Alphabet didn't dominate Thursday, but they had a pretty decent night, all things considered. The Tiffany Network was back for week two of its lineup, and it was a night of mostly steadiness for its shows. Mom had a small uptick, going from 1.4 to 1.5. SWAT was down at 10, but should still tie for #1 for a 10 PM series this week, tying The Brave and NCIS: NOLA. The rest of the lineup was steady. NBC had football, which can't properly be assessed until finals due to adjustments (especially since two West Coast teams played). Fox was steady, but it looks like it The Orville could adjust up with 1.1/1.0 halves. The CW was also steady, though Arrow again has some pretty shaky half-hours.

Finals Update: The Big Bang Theory (+0.1) and Thursday Night Football (+1.5) adjusted up.
18-49 Ratings
Viewers (mil)
8 PMThe Big Bang Theory2.8/1113.58CBS

Football Night In Arizona2.1/87.91NBC

Grey's Anatomy1.9/78.13ABC


Supernatural0.6/21.74The CW
8:30 PMThursday Night Football: Seahawks v. Cardinals4.0/1613.10NBC

Young Sheldon2.2/912.31CBS
9 PMMom1.5/68.79CBS


The Orville
The CW
9:30 PMLife in Pieces1.2/56.58CBS
10 PMSWAT1.0/56.58CBS

How To Get Away With Murder0.9/43.73ABC

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