TV Viewers: Walker Dips in Week 2

Unsurprisingly, in the latest TV show reviews, The CW’s Walker has fallen a bit from its downright strong debut this Thursday nightThis corresponds to a total of 2.1 million viewers (minus 12 percent compared to the premiere) and a demo rating of 0.3 (minus one tenth). Even so, Walker gave The CW its second largest audience since a December 2018 episode of Supergirl.

As a result, Legacies (733K / 0.2, read abstract) was stable.

Elsewhere:

ABC | The celebrity wheel of fortune (6.4 mil / 0.8) scored a tenth in the demo and still won the night in that measure, while at the same time attracting the largest audience on Thursday. The chase (4.7 mil / 0.6) was also down by a tenth while the hustler (3 mil / 0.5) was stable.

CBS | The Unicorn (3.1 mil / 0.3), which emerged from consecutive sitcom reruns, fell to series lows. Star Trek: Discovery (1.8 mil / 0.2) was stable.

NBC | Mr. Mayor (3.2 mil / 0.5) and Superstore (2 mil / 0.4) were stable.

FOX | Hell’s Kitchen (2.5 mil / 0.7), Call Me Kat (2.4 mil / 0.6), and Last Man Standing (2.5 mil / 0.4) were all stable.

The Live + Same Day numbers given in our rating column do not reflect the overall performance of a program as there is increased use of delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms, as well as viewing outside the home. Instead, these numbers (Nielsen Fast Nationals, unless labeled finals) aim to merely illustrate trends or superlatives. Warning: content can be hot!

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