“Rescue,” from Daigle’s 2018 album “Look Up Child,” guidelines the record.
After lately being revealed as Tunefind’s high TV present for music syncs in 2018, Grey’s Anatomy takes the No. 1 spot on The Hollywood Reporter’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, for November 2018.
Rankings for the Top TV Songs chart are based mostly on music and present knowledge supplied by Tunefind and ranked utilizing a system mixing that knowledge with gross sales and streaming info tracked by Nielsen Music throughout the corresponding interval.
The ABC drama leads the November 2018 record with Lauren Daigle’s “Rescue,” featured on the seventh episode of the present’s 15th season (Nov. Eight). In all, the observe, initially launched on Daigle’s September 2018 album Look Up Child (and a No. Eight-peaking entry on the Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs tally dated Sept. 22), garnered 10,000 downloads and 5.four million streams in November, in keeping with Nielsen Music.
“Rescue” wasn’t the one Grey’s Anatomy-featured music to succeed in the November 2018 rating, with Moon&Sun’s “Chasing Cars” and Ruelle’s “Carry You,” featured in episodes six and eight, respectively, reaching Nos. 9 and 10.
Below “Rescue,” Tommee Profitt’s “In the End,” that includes Jung Youth & Fleurie, reaches No. 2 after exhibiting up within the fifth episode of the primary season of The CW’s Legacies on Nov. 29. In addition to racking up 2,000 downloads in November, the music additionally earned 2.Eight million streams.
Check out the complete high 10 beneath, additionally that includes songs from A Million Little Things, The Walking Dead, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Gifted and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
Rank, Title, Artist, TV Show (Network)
1. "Rescue," Lauren Daigle, Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
2. "In the End (feat. Jung Youth & Fleurie)," Tommee Profitt, Legacies (The CW)
three. "Unexpected," Duvid Swirsky & Gabriel Mann, A Million Little Things (ABC)
four. "Space Junk (Wang Chung '97)," Wang Chung, The Walking Dead (AMC)
5. "Girl (feat. Seawaves)," Timecop1983, DC's Legends of Tomorrow (The CW)
6. "Dream," Bishop Briggs, The Gifted (FOX)
7. "This Woman's Work," Greg Laswell, A Million Little Things (ABC)
Eight. "A Little Wicked," Valerie Broussard, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (Netflix)
9. "Chasing Cars (feat. Israel De Corcho)," Moon&Sun, Grey's Anatomy (ABC)
10. "Carry You (feat. Fleurie)," Ruelle, Grey's Anatomy (ABC)