Supergirl is trending downwards.
Supergirl Season 5 Episode 3 secured 0.9 million total viewers and a 0.2 in the demo.
The latter is an all-time low.
Our critic enjoyed the episode. Did you?
Supergirl Season 5 kicked off two weeks ago, and the show has been dropping ever since.
Batwoman finally stabilized in the demo, pulling in another 0.3 rating, along with 1.2 million total viewers.
The series is not the hit CW was expecting and is actually skewing much older than some of the other shows on the network.
Where do you stand with the show?
God Friended Me Season 2 Episode 4 came down three-tenths to a 0.6 rating and 6.5 million total viewers.
The series remains a reliable option, and the up and down ratings can be attributed to overrun from its lead-in.
NCIS: Los Angeles was also on the downside, coming in at 6.3 million total viewers and a 0.7 rating.
This is a respectable figure for the aging procedural.
The soon-to-conclude Madam Secretary pulled in 4.5 million total viewers and a 0.4 rating.
It's a wise move to conclude the series, given the ratings. Our critic continues to enjoy the new season.
ABC's The Kids Say the Darndest Things (4.2 million/0.6 rating) and Shark Tank (3.3 million/0.6 rating) were both down again.
The Rookie, which has been firing from all cylinders this season, stabilized, pulling in 3.8 million viewers and a 0.6 rating.
Fox's numbers are scrambled due to NFL overrun, but for now, Bless the Harts (2.9 million/1.1 rating), The Simpsons (5.7 million/2.1 rating), and Bob's Burgers (2.5 million/1.1 rating) are way up from their season averages.
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