TV Ratings: 'Gotham' and 'Arrow' Hold Steady on Thursday Night

On a fairly slow Thursday night, both Gotham and Arrow were able to hold steady in their demo ratings, even if one saw a slight dip in its overall audience.

Gotham brought in a mere 2.72 million viewers in with its new episode, which marks an audience low, but it still managed to stay steady in the 18 to 49 demographic, where it scored a 0.9.

Arrow had a slightly more successful night, as it remained steady in both categories, hauling in 1.35 million viewers and posting a 0.5 rating.

As for the other genre shows, Supernatural (1.82 mil/0.6) held steady, while The Orville (3.8 mil/1.0) dipped slightly.

CBS had a strong night after debuting its brand new Thursday lineup. The Big Bang Theory (14.1 mil/2.7) got things started with a solid Thursday debut, and spin-off Young Sheldon (13.3 mil/2.4) returned to strong numbers. Mom (9.6 mil/1.8), Life in Pieces (7.7 mil/1.5) and S.W.A.T. (7.5 mil/1.3) were all solid in their premieres.

ABC's TGIT lineup continued its success as Grey's Anatomy (7.3 mil/1.8), Scandal (4.9 mil/1.1) and How to Get Away With Murder (3.6 mil/0.9) were all steady.

NBC aired the fall finales for all of its Thursday night shows last night. Will & Grace (5.6 mil/1.5), Great News (2.7 mil/0.7), Superstore (3.5 mil/1.0), The Good Place (3 mil/1.0) and Chicago Fire (5.8 mil/1.0) all slipped a bit.