The Flash Ratings Grow, Agent Carter Holds

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While it's not speeding to new records, The Flash did run up a tenth of a point to a 1.4 demographic rating and a 9% jump in total viewers to 3.7 million Tuesday night with its heart-wrenching episode, and the return of the Reverse-Flash. The 1.4 demo rating is the season average this year, tops on The CW. It also gave The Flash a win in the timeslot, tying a rerun of NCIS.

Agent Carter lost some viewers from its season premiere, but held a .9 rating, tying the series low from last week.

NBC's Chicago Med and Chicago Fire were the overall winners of the night at 1.6 and 1.8 in their hours.

Overally, The Flash and its sister series continue to be great performers for The CW. With Flash and Arrow at one and two for the network before last week, Legends of Tomorrow came in directly between them in live demo ratings, making those three the top three shows on the network.

Agent Carter meanwhile, is struggling to find back its audience from last year. The sophomore series is currently placed against Chicago Med, part of the trifecta of Chicago series that are NBC's strongest performers, and FOX's new comedy night. While it may seem early, we're three episodes into an eight episode run (since two aired on premiere night), and that means cancellation/renewal status is already being looked at.