EVIL is showing signs of life.
EVIL Season 1 Episode 4 scored 3.8 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating, rising to its highest-rated demo tally to date.
While our critic felt the episode didn't hit the right notes, readers are weighing in to disagree.
The case was creepy, and although too much of the kids could get grating, their AI story was pretty decent.
Young Sheldon (7.8 million/0.9 rating) slipped another tenth, while The Unicorn (5.3 million/0.7 rating) and Mom (5.8 million/0.8 rating) both held steady.
Carol's Second Act (5 million/0.7 rating) ticked up a tenth from last week's low.
Altogether, this CBS comedy block delivers, and the addition of superstars Walton Goggins and Patricia Heaton to the lineup is working so far.
They're two of our most popular shows, and pairing A Million Little Things with Grey's Anatomy is sture to pay off even more as the season progresses.
How to Get Away with Murder (2.2 million/0.5 rating) continued its final season on a steady note.
These low numbers for The CW are really surprising given that this is the last season of Supernatural.
Is there something that keeps you from watching?
Over on NBC, Superstore (3 million/0.8 rating) perked up to a season high in total viewers.
It's widely believed Superstore is one of the funniest sitcoms on television, and fans love the slow-burn between Amy and Jonah.
Perfect Harmony (2.1 million/0.4 rating), The Good Place (2 million/0.6 rating), Sunnyside (1.2 million/0.3 rating), and Law & Order: SVU (3.4 million/0.6 rating) were all even with their most recent ratings.
The Good Place is another show winding down and should be getting more eyes.
What did you watch last night? Do any of the ratings surprise you?
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