TV Ratings: Will & Grace Returns Low

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Will & Grace moved off the bench to debut its final season on Thursday night. 

Will & Grace Season 11 Episode 1 scored 2.3 million viewers and a 0.5 rating in the demo, marking the show's least watched and lowest rated episode ever. 

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Still, it was an improvement over what Sunnyside was doing in the slot earlier in the season. 

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Starting NBC's night was Superstore, which was steady as a rock with 2.9 million viewers and a 0.8 rating in the demo. 

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The final season of The Good Place continued with 1.9 million viewers and a 0.6 rating. 

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Law & Order: SVU was up a tenth to 3.6 million viewers and a 0.7 rating. 

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Young Sheldon (8.5 million/1.1 rating) and The Unicorn (5.9 million/0.8 rating) perked up week-to-week, while Mom (6.4 million/0.8 rating) and Carol's Second Act (5.1 million/0.7 rating) held steady. 

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Evil (3.6 million/0.5 rating) slipped to its smallest audience while matching its demo low. 

Grey's Anatomy (6.1 million/1.3 rating) and A Million Little Things (4.4 million/0.9 rating) recovered from their series lows, while How to Get Away with Murder (2.4 million/0.5 rating) was steady. 

The CW was steady with Supernatural (1.3 million/0.3 rating) and Legacies (0.9 million/0.9 million/0.2 rating)

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