An 11-month hiatus was by no means going to be an excellent factor for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
On Sunday, the Arrowverse sequence 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.
Final 12 months, the sequence returned as a part of a crossover (1.Four million/0.5 score), however the season as an entire averaged 0.eight million viewers and a 0.2 score.
The CW has already ordered Season 7, but it surely could be time to consider bringing the present to a detailed.
Batwoman, in its new timeslot, slipped to 381,000 viewers and a 0.1 score — not an excellent end result.
However the sequence has additionally been renewed, so no cause 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.eight million/0.5 score), all returning on par with their most up-to-date outcomes.
Of these reveals, The Equalizer and NCIS: LA have each been renewed, however NCIS NOLA has been canceled.
Over on ABC, American Idol was secure at 5.Three 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 Recreation of Video games (1.eight million/0.Four score) and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (1.2 million/0.Four score) had been each up, however Good Girls (1.Four million/0.Three score) was down a tenth.
Good Ladies stays in good condition for renewal because of a Netflix deal, however Zoey could be singing her ultimate track within the coming weeks.
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