TV Ratings Thursday, Sept. 22: “Law & Order” 3-way crossover premieres

In the latest TV show ratings, two-thirds of NBC’s threesome law & order Crossover introduced Thursday in the demo, with the CSR Hour also the biggest audience of the night.

Crossover event start – and pending adjustment due to some sports ball preemptions – Organised crime currently reports 5.2 million total viewers (the best audience since the series premiered) and a demo rating of 0.6 (TVLine reader rating “A-“). CSR then delivered its second largest audience since the Season 19 finale (5.8 million) and a .7 rating; Reader rating “A-“. close things law & order achieved the best premiere audience since the revival (5.1 million) and a rating of 0.7; Reader rating “B+”.

CBS’ Big Brother (3 mil/0.6; read review) was down week-on-week with his penultimate clear of the season.

Fox’s MLB coverage averaged 3 million and 0.5.

Over on ABC leading out of that Celebrity Family Quarrel Finale (4 mil/0.5), the rather wonderful Norman Lear Tribute Special drew 3.1 mil/0.4.

The CWs Bump (280K/0.0) and Great Chocolate Showdown (400K/0.1) both added some eyeballs.

NEXT WEEK: Young Sheldon, Ghosts, Hell’s Kitchen, Welcome to Flatch, Call Me Kat and CSI: Vegas return, and So help me Todd Premieres on CBS.

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The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our review column do Not reflect the overall performance of a show, given the increasing use of delayed playback across DVR and streaming platforms, as well as viewing outside the home. These numbers (Nielsen Fast Nationals unless designated Finals) instead aim to simply illustrate trends or superlatives. Big Brother is not associated or affiliated with the estate of George Orwell and is not based on the novel “1984”.

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Lindsay Lowe

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