8:00 Last Resort #6 "Another Fine Navy Day"
9:00 Grey's Anatomy #177 "Beautiful Doom"
10:00 Scandal #12 "All Roads Lead to Fitz"
ABC is all new on Thursday night with a lineup that took a week off last week for the CMAs. I don't think Last Resort will rebound from its last airing especially against The Voice but Grey's Anatomy could be up a hair and Scandal seems to be constantly steady.
Prediction: Resort - 6.4 million, 1.3/Grey's - 9.2 million, 3.2/Scandal - 6.2 million, 2.0
8:00 The Big Bang Theory #118 "The Habitation Configuration"
8:30 Two and a Half Men #208 "Avoid the Chinese Mustard"
9:00 Person of Interest #29 "The High Road"
10:00 Elementary #6 "Flight Risk"
CBS has its strong lineup starting with The Big Bang Theory which seems to be on the ascent again. Two and a Half Men has Miley Cyrus back and she boosted their numbers last time so that could continue. However, these shows never have to face The Voice so that could hurt them. I think the dramas will be pretty even with last week.
Prediction: Big Bang - 15.1 million, 4.9/Men - 12.6 million, 3.6/Person - 14.1 million, 3.0/Elementary - 10.3 million, 2.4
8:00 The Voice
9:00 The Office #182 "The Boat"
9:30 Parks and Recreation #74 "Ben's Parents"
10:00 Rock Center with Brian Williams
NBC is all new starting with The Voice which has a special Thursday airing to reveal the Top 12. That should wreak havoc in the 8pm hour but I don't think it'll be as strong as it is in its regular slot. It should boost the comedies that follow, however - possibly to season highs.
Prediction: Voice - 10.2 million, 3.5/Office - 5.3 million, 2.4/Parks - 4.8 million, 2.0/Rock Center - 3.8 million, 1.1
8:00 The X Factor
FOX has an all new episode of The X Factor which will probably be impacted the most by The Voice. I don't see it doing much better than last week's disappointing numbers.
Prediction: X Factor - 6.5 million, 2.4