TV Ratings: 'The Flash' Drops on Tuesday Night, 'Legends' Holds Steady
While it remains one of the strongest shows on The CW, and the story has been picking up over the [...]
While it remains one of the strongest shows on The CW, and the story has been picking up over the last few weeks, The Flash had some struggles on Tuesday night. The Arrowverse series hauled in just 2.2 million viewers and earned a 0.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Both numbers were drops for the Scarlet Speedster's fourth season.
Fortunately, Flash was the only CW series to have problems on Tuesday. Legends of Tomorrow (1.5 mil/0.5) stayed steady from last week.
Most of the night's conversation was dominated by the Season 25 finale of Dancing with the Stars (9.2 mil/ 1.3) on ABC, though the numbers were down from the Spring finale of the reality competition. The final episode of the season followed The Middle (6 mil/1.3), which was steady from last week, and Fresh Off the Boat (4.3 mil/1.1) which saw a slight rise.
The Voice (9.3 mil/1.7) gave NBC a strong start to the night. This Is Us (9.3 mil/2.5) easily conquered the Tuesday demo while the Season 3 premiere of Chicago Med (6.2 mil/1.3) was down a bit from Season 2.
Over on CBS, NCIS (12.5 mil/1.4) won the night in terms of overall audience. The success didn't continue though, as both Bull (9 mil/1.1) and NCIS: New Orleans (7.9 mil/0.9) were both down.
Fox stayed steady across the board as Lethal Weapon (3.9 mil/1.0), The Mick (2.2 mil/0.7) and Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1.7 mil/0.6) were all even.0comments