TV Ratings: Legends of Tomorrow Returns Low

An 11-month hiatus was by no means going to be a very good factor for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

On Sunday, the Arrowverse collection returned with DC’s Legends of Tomorrow Season 6 Episode 1, and the numbers seem to have fallen off significantly.

The episode managed simply 456,000 viewers and a 0.1 score within the adults 18-49 demo.

Last 12 months, the collection returned as half of a crossover (1.4 million/0.5 score), however the season as a complete averaged 0.8 million viewers and a 0.2 score.

The CW has already ordered Season 7, but it surely could be time to consider bringing the show to a detailed.

Batwoman, in its new timeslot, slipped to 381,000 viewers and a 0.1 score — not a terrific outcome.

But the collection has additionally been renewed, so no motive to fret about its future.

Over on CBS, it was again to originals with The Equalizer (7 million/0.6 score), NCIS: Los Angeles (5.5 million/0.6 score), and NCIS: New Orleans (4.8 million/0.5 score), all returning on par with their most up-to-date outcomes.

Of these exhibits, The Equalizer and NCIS: LA have each been renewed, however NCIS NOLA has been canceled.

Over on ABC, American Idol was steady at 5.3 million viewers and a 0.7 score, whereas The Rookie was on par with its season common at 3.9 million viewers and a 0.5 score.

Ellen’s Game of Games (1.8 million/0.4 score) and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (1.2 million/0.4 score) had been each up, however Good Girls (1.4 million/0.3 score) was down a tenth.

Good Girls stays in good condition for renewal due to a Netflix deal, however Zoey could be singing her ultimate music within the coming weeks.

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