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Ratings: NBC’s “Shades Of Blue” Declines; “Apocalypse,” “Blacklist” Flat

Shades Of Blue [NBC]

After three consecutive weeks of steady 1.1 adults 18-49 ratings, NBC’s “Shades Of Blue” slipped to what Nielsen fast national data reports as a 1.0 this week.

Per said report, Thursday’s episode drew a 1.0 and 4.975 million total viewers. Last week’s broadcast drew a 1.1 and 5.287 million.

Among broadcast programs, this week’s “Shades” was third in its timeslot behind “How To Get Away With Murder” (1.5) and “Elementary” (1.1).

Earlier in the night, NBC aired “You, Me And The Apocalypse” (0.6, 2.580 million this week vs. 0.6, 2.567 million last week) and “The Blacklist” (1.3, 5.856 million vs. 1.3, 6.023 million).

Written by Brian Cantor

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