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Grey’s Anatomy holds four of the 10 positions on Billboard’s Top TV Songs chart, powered by Tunefind, led by Anson Seabra’s “Walked Through Hell,” which enters at No. 1.
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 MRC Data during the corresponding period of March 2021.
Seabra’s “Walked Through Hell” appeared in the March 18 episode of Grey’s Anatomy, the 17th season’s eighth episode — in fact, all four of the Grey’s Anatomy entrants for March 2021 were in the same episode.
In March, “Walked Through Hell” drew 5.4 million U.S. on-demand streams and 1,000 digital downloads, according to MRC Data. Its success amid the show’s airdate coincided with Seabra making his first Billboard radio chart; “Walked Through Hell” debuted at No. 40 on the Adult Pop Airplay tally dated March 27 and has since risen to No. 34 (April 17).
The other Top TV Songs appearances from the eighth episode of Grey’s Anatomy‘s 17th season: Beyries’ “To Love Somebody” (No. 7), Bjear’s “Hymn” (No. 8) and AG & Lindsey Ray’s “Anchor” (No. 10).
The biggest song not from Grey’s Anatomy, meanwhile, is America’s “Lonely People,” which comes in at No. 2 after appearing in the March 23 episode of This Is Us. In March, the song racked up 1.2 million streams and 3,000 downloads. It was a No. 5 hit for America on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1975.
See the full top 10 below.
Rank, Song, Artist, Show (Network)
1. “Walked Through Hell,” Anson Seabra, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
2. “Lonely People,” America, This Is Us (NBC)
3. “You Want It Darker,” Leonard Cohen, American Gods (Starz)
4. “Collide,” Tiana Major9 & Earthgang, All American (The CW)
5. “Song for Zula,” Phosphorescent, Superstore (NBC)
6. “To Love Somebody,” Beyries, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
7. “Hymn,” Bjear, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
8. “Better Than Today,” Rhys Lewis, A Million Little Things (ABC)
9. “Lay Your Head on Me (feat. Marcus Mumford),” Major Lazer, Station 19 (ABC)
10. “Anchor,” AG & Lindsey Ray, Grey’s Anatomy (ABC)
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