Ratings: Okieriete Onaodowan’s Final ‘Station 19’ Episode Gets 4.4 Million Viewers

And the “Grey’s Anatomy” episode he died on drew 4.6 million

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“Station 19” fans said goodbye to Dean Miller (Okieriete Onaodowan) on Thursday, when his final “Station 19” episode drew 4.4 million viewers and the “Grey’s Anatomy” crossover he died on had 4.6 million.

Onaodowan has been playing Miller on “Station 19,” which is currently in its fifth season, since the “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff show debuted in 2018.

ABC finished in second place with its latest “Grey’s” universe crossover. No shame in that: Fox predictably dominated primetime ratings with a better “Thursday Night Football” game than last week.

The Miami Dolphins upset the Baltimore Ravens last night, 22-10.

Due to the nature of live sports, the below early Nielsen numbers for Fox should be considered subject to extra adjustment. Final numbers will come out later today.

Fox was first in ratings with a 2.1 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and in total viewers with an average of 8.1 million, according to preliminary numbers. Those are the initial averages of the Miami home game.

ABC was second in ratings with a 0.5 and third in total viewers with 3.9 million. “Station 19” at 8 p.m. put up a 0.6 rating to go along with those aforementioned 4.4 million viewers. “Grey’s Anatomy” at 9 posted a 0.7 rating and the 4.6 million viewers. “Big Sky,” which has nothing to do with the crossover, had a 0.3 rating and 2.7 million total viewers.

CBS and NBC tied for third in ratings, both with a 0.4. CBS was second in total viewers with 4.7 million, NBC was fourth with 3.1 million.

For CBS, “Young Sheldon” at 8 earned a 0.7 rating and 6.8 million total viewers. “United States of Al” at 8:30 got a 0.4 rating and 4.6 million total viewers. At 9, “Ghosts” brought things back up a bit with a 0.5 rating and 5 million total viewers. “B Positive” at 9:30 had a 0.4 rating and 3.8 million total viewers. At 10, “Bull” received a 0.3 rating and 4 million total viewers.

For NBC, “The Blacklist” at 8 had a 0.3 rating and 2.9 million total viewers. At 9, “Law & Order: SVU” earned a 0.6 rating and 3.6 million total viewers. “Law & Order: Organized Crime” at 10 got a 0.5 rating and 2.9 million total viewers.

The CW was fifth in ratings with a 0.1 and in total viewers with 655,000. “Walker” at 8 had a 0.1 rating and 876,000 total viewers. At 9, “Legacies” got a 0.1 rating and 434,000 total viewers.

We do not have early Nielsen numbers for Spanish-language broadcast networks Univision and Telemundo.

(Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story misidentified Okieriete Onaodowan’s “Station 19” character. TheWrap regrets the error.)