The Flash, The 100, Twin Peaks: The record of the week’s hearings
Like every week, it’s time to take stock of the American audiences of your favorite series. So who is at the top, who makes a flop? Discover it now!
The summer hiatus begins since the majority of the series of networks have finished their seasons and already this week was very light in series. It is therefore a record of the hearings far less than usual that we propose to you. Sunday : A week ago, Showtime began broadcasting the Twin Peaks revival with a double episode that brought together 506,000 viewers on average with a rate of 0.2% over the 18-49 age group . The series is therefore worse than The Leftovers (770,000) on HBO or that episode 4 of American Gods (631,000) on Starz. However, you should know that with the replays, the series of Showtime still reached 1.1 million, Which is still very far from the 34 million Americans that Twin Peaks had assembled for its premiere series in 1990 on ABC. Otherwise on the networks chains, at 20:30, FOX broadcast Making History (1.3 million and 0.6%) which is stable on the FOX. At 9 pm, CBS proposed Madam Secretary (7.5 million and 0.7%) who is stable for his final season. As for Shades of Blue , which proposed a double episode to end its season on NBC, it equalizes its worst audiences with 3.8 million and 0.7% for the first part and 4 million and 0.7% for the second . At 22h, Elementary (4.1 million and 0.5%) also equaled its worst audience.
Monday : At 20h, for its final season, Supergirl gathered 2.12 million curious (0.6%), its best audience since March 27th. Meanwhile, there were 2.89 million people ahead of Gotham on the FOX. At 9pm, Jane The Virgin episode 20 of season 3 brought together 960,000 people (0.3%), an increase for its final season, while Lucifer (3.04 million and 0.8%) was stable on The FOX. On the cable side, there were Better Call Saul (1.65 million and 0.7%), Angie Tribeca (560,000 and 0.3%) and Young and Hungry (550,000 and 0.3%). Tuesday : At 8 pm, The Flash (3.04 million and 1, 1%) had their best audience since January 31st to close season 3 on the CW . In the meantime, Downward Dog (5.72 million and 1%), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1.82 million and 0.7%, 1.55 million and 0.6%) and Great News (3.13 million and 0 , 7%, 3.07 million and 0.8%) are stable. At 21h, Si iZombie equalizes its best audience with 1.05 million and 0.4%, the same can not be said for Bull and Prison Break . Prison Break (1.90 million and 0.7%) achieves its worst of the season and Bull is at the lowest with 8.35 million and 1.1% without the lead-in NCIS .
Wednesday : A 20h, ABC began airing the reboot of Dirty Dancing , which made a big flop with critics, to 6.52 million viewers (1.3%). For its final season, Arrow (1.72 million and 0.6%) posted its best audience since February 1 on the CW and Shots Fired (3.41 million and 0.9%) is also up for its end Season on FOX. At 9 pm, there were 910,000 people in front of episode 13 of season 4 of The 100 and so remains stable for its final season on the CW. Meanwhile, on the FOX, Empire ‘s hearings (6.91 million and 2.4%) go back for the season finale of season 3 since they have not been as good since last March 22. On NBC, Law and Order: SVU (6.12 million and 1.3%) is up for the broadcast of its double episode for the final season. On the cable side, there was Fargo which collected 1.04 million and 0.2%. What do you think ?