10 Highest and 11 Lowest-Rated Primetime Series Among College-Educated Viewers

Tony Maglio

Parents who want their kids to go to college may want to change the channel to ABC. Just not when “Kids Say the Darndest Things” is on. The Disney-owned broadcaster boasts five of the Top 10 shows this season among college-educated adults. But it doesn’t hold the No. 1 slot — that belongs to “This Is Us,” which leapfrogs “The Masked Singer” in this study of Nielsen numbers. Below are the 10 highest-rated primetime shows on the Big 4 broadcast networks — CBS, NBC, Fox and ABC — among adults 18-49 with at least four years of college education. Sports and specials are filtered out, the ratings count a week of delayed viewing and include tune-in from Sept. 23, 2019 through Feb. 9, 2020. Also Read: Oscars Lose 6 Million Viewers From Last Year, Set New All-Time Lows in Ratings 1. “This Is Us” (NBC): 4.04 2. “The Bachelor” (ABC): 3.77 3. “The Masked Singer” (Fox): 3.05 4. “Modern Family” (ABC): 2.88 5. “Grey’s Anatomy” (ABC): 2.70 6. “Survivor” (CBS): 2.26 7. “The Good Place” (NBC): 2.04 8. “A Million Little Things” (ABC): 1.95 9. “The Good Doctor” (ABC): 1.94 10. “9-1-1: Lone Star” (Fox): 1.92 Most of those shows...

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