The good news – Let’s start here first and foremost with “Grey’s Anatomy,” which continues to be the engine that could in its twelfth season. The season 12 finale drew in total a 2.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic, a really outstanding number that also blows out of the water much of what we saw from the rest of the competition. Granted, there was a little less competition for the show with “The Big Bang Theory” already over for the year, but sometimes, you just gotta take your victories where you can!
Elsewhere in the world of finales, “Legends of Tomorrow” (0.7) ended season 1 in fine fashion, and hopefully also set themselves up to have a really strong second season with the arrival of the mysterious Rex Tyler. The end of “The 100” (0.5) also rose leading into its upcoming fourth season.
We’ll at least give a nod here to “The Blacklist” (1.3). While this show didn’t exactly rise versus its most-recent rating, it at least stayed steady versus its most-recent episode. That’s better than nothing.
The bad news – While it may have been renewed for a second season, we cannot sit here with a straight face and proclaim that “The Catch” really ended things on a high note with a 0.9 and 0.8 in the demo last night. These are not great numbers, and they give us a sense that there could be some struggles ahead at some point.
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