TV Ratings: New Amsterdam, This Is Us Tick Up

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It was a mostly stable night on the broadcast networks, with some shows perking up in the ratings. 

New Amsterdam on NBC was up to 5.2 million total viewers and a 0.9 rating, hitting its best demo number since its season premiere in September. 

This Is Us Season 4 Episode 5 was also up a tenth from last week's season low to 7 million viewers and a 1.6 rating. 

Meditating - New Amsterdam

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Opening the night for NBC was The Voice, which was steady with 8 million viewers and a 1.3 rating. 

Beth in Philly - This Is Us Season 4 Episode 5

Are you still keeping up with this series or are you growing tired of singing competitions?

ABC went with It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. It had 5 million viewers and a 1.2 rating, coming in on par with what The Conners has been doing in the slot. 

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Toy Story of Terror (3.7 million/1.0 rating) improved on what Bless This Mess has been putting up in the time-period. 

Paul is making an entrance  - mixed-ish Season 1 Episode 3

mixed-ish (3.1 million/0.7 rating) and black-ish (2.7 million/0.7 rating) were both up from last week's season lows. 

The CW's rotation of The Flash (1.4 million/0.5 rating) and Arrow (0.8 million/0.3 rating) were both steady with their week ago numbers. 

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Watchful Eye - NCIS Season 17 Episode 5

NCIS (11 million/1.1 rating) and NCIS: New Orleans (6.7 million/0.7 rating) were both steady, but FBI (8.8 million/0.8 rating) inched down a tenth. 

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Over on FOX, the World Series had 11.6 million total viewers and a 2.9 rating, easily winning the night. 

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