‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ Andy Grammer Take Top TV Songs No. 1 for October 2019
Grey's Anatomy retakes the top spot on The Hollywood Reporter's Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, with Andy Grammer's "Don't Give Up on Me" ruling the October 2019-dated list.
Grey’s Anatomy retakes the top spot on The Hollywood Reporter’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, with Andy Grammer’s “Don’t Give Up on Me” ruling the October 2019-dated list.
Rankings for the Top TV Songs chart are based on song and show data provided by Tunefind and ranked using a formula blending that data with sales and streaming information tracked by Nielsen Music during the corresponding period.
“Don’t Give Up on Me,” originally recorded form the 2019 film Five Feet Apart, reaches No. 1 on Top TV Songs after its inclusion in the Oct. 3 episode of Grey’s Anatomy (the second episode of the long-running drama’s 16th season).
In October 2019, the song pulled 9,000 digital downloads and 11.8 million streams, according to Nielsen Music. Particularly, the track re-entered Billboard’s Pop Digital Song Sales tally dated Oct. 19 following the episode’s air date.
It’s followed by “You Were Good to Me,” performed by Jeremy Zucker and Chelsea Cutler, which featured in the second season premiere of The CW’s Legacies on Oct. 10. In October, the song scored 1,000 downloads and 15.4 million streams.
See October’s top 10 below, featuring songs from shows like The Good Doctor, Big Mouth and more.
Rank, Title, Artist, TV Show (Network)
1. “Don’t Give Up on Me,” Andy Grammer, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
2. “You Were Good to Me,” Jeremy Zucker & Chelsea Cutler, Legacies (The CW)
3. “You’re Somebody Else (Acoustic),” Flora Cash, The Good Doctor (ABC)
4. “Phone Down (feat. Emily Warren),” Lost Kings, Big Mouth (Netflix)
5. “Forrest Gump,” Frank Ocean, Big Mouth (Netflix)
6. “Someday Soon,” Alexi Murdoch, This Is Us (NBC)
7. “Heaven I Know,” Gordi, The Walking Dead (AMC)
8. “Solid Ground,” Michael Kiwanuka, The Blacklist (NBC)
9. “Home,” Solomon Grey, Power (Starz)
10. “Running with the Wolves,” Aurora, The Blacklist (NBC)