CBS was on top in terms of Thursday prime ratings, posting a 1.4 score in viewers 18-49, per Nielsen’s overnights, and a 6 share. That beat NBC’s 1.1/5 numbers. Following a lead-in of repeated comedies, CBS saw Big Brother go up 16% to 2.2, then Zoo climb 60% to 0.8.
The week before, shows were up against pre-season football on NBC.
On NBC, it was The Wall up 20% over its last fresh airing at 1.2, then the premiere of Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update at a hearty 1.7. A repeat of Great News followed, then a new Night Shift at 0.9, up a tenth of a point.
Fox did a 1.0/4. Beat Shazam climbed 38% to 1.1, and Love Connection, which Fox renewed for season two, went up 67% to 1.0.
ABC scored a 0.9/4. Boy Band shot up 40% to 0.7, then The Story of Diana did a 1.0 across two hours.
Telemundo rated a 0.7/3 and Univision a 0.5/2.
The CW rated a 0.5/2. Penn & Teller: Fool Us weighed in at 0.5 and Whose Line Is It Anyway? at 0.5. Both were up a tenth of a point over last week.
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