Grey’s Anatomy’s 16th season may curtail, but it went out with bumper ratings.
Like the series, Grey’s Anatomy Season 16 Episode 21 has grossed a viewership of 16.5 million total viewers after having a delay of viewing on both linear and digital platforms.
The ABC’s hit medical drama has marked the best since season premiere result.
The episode, which aired April 9 surged by 9.2 million total viewers and by the maximum amount as 318% among adults 18-49 from Live+Same Day to Multiplatform+35 Day results.
The adult certification series has crossed a rating of 5.98. These are tremendous results, and prove that, albeit the live ratings are down, the series still commands a robust audience.
When Grey’s Anatomy launched, there have been no streaming services, so it had been more appointment TV some time past.
It is sensible that live numbers would slip, given the increased scripted offerings out there today, but the very fact of the matter is that tons of individuals still watch the show.
Grey’s Anatomy is still ABC’s #1 TV series, with the most recent season averaging 15.7 million viewers and a 5.92 rating.
The series has been renewed for Season 17, but the show’s future isn’t guaranteed beyond that.
While it’s hard to imagine ABC getting obviate the series willingly, the creative forces behind it are adamant about following Ellen Pompeo’s lead when it involves saying goodbye.
If Ellen is prepared to exit, then the series will likely wrap. It’s possible that the hospital could still thrive on the tiny screen by way of Station 19, the firefighter spinoff.
Both shows are crossover tons lately, and it’s likely some Grey’s cast members could still appear within the spinoff if the regular series ends.
However, Pompeo makes a lot of money from the series, so there’s a good chance she will want to continue for several more seasons.
The show’s quality has understandably faltered over the years, but it still manages to tackle topics that resonate with viewers