NBC’s “Sunnyside,” which was pulled from the network’s schedule this week, closed off its broadcast run to roughly the same numbers as last week.

The Kal Penn comedy posted a 0.3 rating and 1.2 million total viewers, continuing its run as the lowest rated and least watched new fall show in Live+Same Day. NBC has also ordered one more episode of “Sunnyside” to increase the original order of 10 episodes to 11, and the remaining seven episodes will air weekly on the NBC App, NBC.com and other digital platforms. It will be replaced on the schedule next week by the final season of “Will & Grace.”

Earlier on NBC, “Superstore” was even on last week at a 0.8 rating and just under 3 million total viewers, as were freshman comedy “Perfect Harmony” and “The Good Place,” posting a 0.4 and a 0.6 respectively. “Law & Order: SVU” ticked down a fraction to a 0.6 rating.

On CBS, new shows “The Unicorn,” “Carol’s Second Act” and “Evil” were all up on last week, with the latter growing 25% to a series high 0.7 rating. The former two both posted a 0.7. “Young Sheldon” continued to slide in small increments, dipping to a 0.9 rating this week, while “Mom” was even on last week at a 0.8.

“Grey’s Anatomy” dipped a little on ABC down to a 1.2, followed by “A Million Little Things” at a 0.7, and “How to Get Away with Murder” at a 0.5.

On The CW, “Supernatural” dropped a little from its final season premiere to a 0.3 rating and 1.16 million total viewers. “Legacies” shed a 0.1 ratings point, but went up 6% in total viewership to around 850,000.

Meanwhile “Thursday Night Football” on Fox hit a season low so far in the fast national numbers, which currently have the game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos at around 9.75 million total viewers.