We have our first two flops of the new Fall dramas.
Fox: Rosewood (3.6 million/0.7 rating) returned low and provided little support to Pitch (4.3 million/1.1 rating), which is currently the lowest rated new drama of the Fall season.
ABC: Grey's Anatomy (8.6 million/2.4 rating) slipped four tenths from last fall's opener, but was still the highest rated drama of the night. Notorious (5.4 million/1.2 rating) premiered poorly, shedding half of the demo audience from Grey's.
How to Get Away with Murder (5.2 million/1.4 rating) launched Season 3 way down from last fall's opener, but in line with where it left off in March. A wise move for ABC would be to swap Notorious and How To Get Away With Murder to at least attempt to salvage some of the lost audience. Notorious is pretty much a lost cause already.
NBC: Superstore (5.4 million/1.4 rating) returned in line with what the final few episodes of Season 1 pulled in. The Good Place (5.2 million/1.3 rating) moved to Thursdays with woeful results.
Chicago Med (7 million/1.4 rating) and The Blacklist (6.4 million/1.3 rating) took a hit versus their previous premieres.
The CW: Encores of The Flash (1.3 million/0.3 rating) and Supernatural (1 million/0.3 rating) ducked the competition.
What did you think of the premieres last night?
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