“Empire” signed off with a untimely collection finale on Tuesday night time, after the coronavirus pressured the Fox present to curtail its sixth and closing season.
With the potential of the supposed collection finale to return at a later date, the ultimate episode of “Empire,” for now, scored a 0.eight score and a couple of.9 million whole viewers. That represents the present’s highest score and largest viewers since Oct. 2019. “Empire” has seen in a gentle rankings decline over the previous couple seasons specifically. For comparability, the season 5 finale drew 4.1 million viewers, whereas the season Four finale drew 5.Three million. Final night time’s episode wasn’t performed any favors by its lead-in, a “Masked Singer” replay, which scored a 0.5 and a couple of.7 million viewers.
CBS received a quiet night time total, because of its “Grammy Salute to Prince” which topped Tuesday with a 1.Zero score and 6.5 million whole viewers. An “NCIS” rerun scored a 0.7 and seven.7 million pairs of eyeballs.
Over on ABC, a brand new episode of “For Life” scored a 0.4 (which represents a collection low up to now) and a couple of.2 million viewers. The Disney-owned community stuffed the remainder of Tuesday with replays of its common lineup. “The Conners” led the way in which with a 0.6 score and three.eight million viewers, adopted by “Bless This Mess” and “Combined-ish” each at a 0.4. A “Black-ish” rerun got here in at a 0.3.
“The Flash” scored a 0.Four and 1.1 million viewers for the CW with its first new episode in over a month, adopted by “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” at a 0.2 and 665,000 viewers.
NBC aired solely replays, with back-to-back “Ellen’s Recreation of Video games” episodes scoring a 0.eight and a 0.7 respectively. A “New Amsterdam” rerun rounded off the night time with a 0.4.