'Legacies,' 'Power,' 'Morning Show' Soundtracks Top November's TV Songs List

1:45 PM 12/12/2019

by Annie Howard

Music from Lauren Daigle, Seinabo Sey and Rozzi ranked on November's top TV songs.

'Legacies,' 'Power,' 'Morning Show'
'Legacies,' 'Power,' 'Morning Show'
Eliza Morse/The CW; Courtesy of Starz; Courtesy of Apple

"Rescue" by Lauren Daigle took the No. 1 spot on November's top TV song list, featured on The CW's second season of Legacies. The sixth season of Power had two songs, "Remember" by Seinabo Sey feat. Jacob Banks and "Pineapple Skies" by Miguel. Rozzi's arrangement of Radiohead's "Creep" took the number three spot, featured on Apple TV+'s acclaimed new series The Morning Show.

The third season of Netflix's Atypical featured "Yoko Ono" by Moby Rich and "Two High" by Moon Taxi. Season sixteen of Grey's Anatomy featured "Salt and the Sea" by The Lumineers, along with the second season of the ABC drama A Million Little Things which featured Jake Coco's cover of "Wonderwall" by Oasis. Season fifteen of Supernatural played "Sounds of Someday" by Radio Company and Bettye Swann's "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" was featured on season 2 of Netflix's The End of the Fucking World.

Listen to the month's top songs below, powered by Tunefind & Nielsen Music.

  1. 1

    "Rescue," Lauren Daigle

    'Legacies' (The CW) Season 2, Episode 6

  2. 2

    "Remember," Seinabo Sey feat. Jacob Banks

    'Power' (Starz) Season 6, Episode 10

  3. 3

    "Creep," Rozzi

    'The Morning Show' (Apple TV+) Season 1, Episode 2

  4. 4

    "Yoko Ono," Moby Rich

    'Atypical' (Netflix) Season 3, Episode 9

  5. 5

    "Salt and the Sea," The Lumineers

    'Grey's Anatomy' (ABC) Season 16, Episode 8

  6. 6

    "Sounds of Someday," Radio Company

    'Supernatural' (The CW) Season 15, Episode 4

  7. 7

    "Wonderwall," Jake Coco

    'A Million Little Things' (ABC) Season 2, Episode 6

  8. 8

    "Pineapple Skies," Miguel

    'Power' (Starz) Season 6, Episode 10

  9. 9

    "Two High," Moon Taxi

    'Atypical' (Netflix) Season 3, Episode 2

  10. 10

    "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," Bettye Swann

    'The End of the Fucking World' (Netflix) Season 2, Episode 8