TV Ratings Report: EVIL Slips, Supernatural and Legacies Return Steady

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EVIL may not be long for this world. 

The new CBS drama slipped in its third week on the air, falling to 3.7 million total viewers and a 0.5 rating. 

Kristen and Acosta - EVIL Season 1 Episode 3

The Unicorn (5.2 million/0.7 rating) and Carol's Second Act (4.9 million/0.6 rating) also declined for the first time in the demo. 

Young Sheldon (7.5 million/1.0 rating) and Mom (5.8 million/0.8 rating) were steady. 

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Supernatural Season 15 kicked off with 1.3 million viewers and a 0.4 rating in the demo, up from its May finale, and on par with last season's average. 

Landon Has Books - Legacies Season 2 Episode 1

Legacies Season 2 Episode 1 (0.8 million/0.3 rating) returned steady in the demo, but down in total viewers. 

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ABC's rotation of Grey's Anatomy (6 million/1.3 rating), A Million Little Things (4.3 million/0.8 rating), and How to Get Away with Murder (2.3 million/0.5 rating) were all steady. 

Rival - Superstore Season 5 Episode 3

Superstore (2.8 million/0.8 rating), The Good Place (2 million/0.6 rating), Sunnyside (1.2 million/0.3 rating), and Law & Order: SVU (3.3 million/0.6 rating) were all steady in the demo, while Perfect Harmony (2.1 million/0.4 rating) was down. 

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FOX went with Thursday Night Football (12.5 million/3.7 rating), which was right on par with last week. 

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