The CW's Legacies might have had a soft launch last Thursday, but the spinoff of both The Vampire Diaries and The Originals bucked the trend in week two.
In the demo, the new series held 100 percent of its Supernatural lead-in.
Supernatural itself ticked up a tenth from last week's fast affiliate rating to a 0.4 (1.5 million total viewers).
Over on ABC, Grey's Anatomy (6.6 million/1.5 rating) and Station 19 (5 million/0.9 rating) were both steady, while How to Get Away with Murder (2.9 million/0.8 rating) gained a tenth.
There was nothing unusual to report for The Big Bang Theory (12.4 million/2.1 rating), Young Sheldon (10.9 million/1.7 rating) and S.W.A.T. (5.2 million/0.7 rating) which were all on par with their season averages.
However, Mom (8 million/1.1 rating) slipped for the third week in a row, while Murphy Brown (6 million/0.8 rating) finally stabilized. Chances are that Murphy Brown will not be back for a second revival season.
It's simply not resonating in any of the key demos, and there's a lack of viewer interest. Networks would be wise to think twice before rushing revivals into production.
Over on NBC, The Good Place (2.7 million/0.7 rating) ticked down to a series low in the demo. The series remains a critical favorite, but if the show goes lower, its future could be called into question.
Superstore (3.3 million/0.8 rating) inched down a tenth along with Will & Grace (3.5 million/0.8 rating).
I Feel Bad (2.3 million/0.6 rating), and Law & Order: SVU (4.5 million/0.9 rating) were right on par with their most recent results.
Paul Dailly is the Associate Editor for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.