FLASH Ratings Hold Steady For RUPTURE


 

Though Barry Allen may have lost his speed, it seems as though The Flash series is managing to find its footing again.

After a sizable drop coming off of two multi-week hiatuses, rating have climbed back above 3 million viewers per week, hitting 3.33 million for Tuesday’s episode, “Rupture”.

The Flash also had its ratings among the key 18-49 demographic adjusted up to a 1.3 share, making it the third-ranked show in its time-slot behind CBS’ NCIS and NBC’s The Voice.

Rupture also out-performed the latest episode of ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which garnered 2.92 million viewers on a much larger network.

Fans should expect a significant ratings bounce next week for Kevin Smith’s directorial debut on the show in “The Runaway Dinosaur”, particularly with the announcement that showrunners Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg were so pleased with his work that he will be returning to the series in Season 3.

For context, you can view the complete season ratings for Season 2 of The Flash below.


 

Episode 1: “The Man Who Saved Central City” – 3.58 million

Episode 2: “Flash of Two Worlds” – 3.49 million

Episode 3: “Family of Rogues” – 3.47 million

Episode 4: “The Fury of Firestorm” – 3.43 million

Episode 5: “The Darkness and the Light” – 3.87 million

Episode 6: “Enter Zoom” – 3.63 million

Episode 7: “Gorilla Warfare” – 3.46 million

Episode 8: “Legends of Today” – 3.94 million

Episode 9: “Running to a Standstill” – 3.55 million

Episode 10: “Potential Energy” – 3.41 million

Episode 11: “The Reverse-Flash Returns” – 3.71 million

Episode 12: “Fast Lane” – 3.66 million

Episode 13: “Welcome to Earth-2” – 3.96 million

Episode 14: “Escape from Earth-2” – 3.90 million

Episode 15: “King Shark” – 3.8 million

Episode 16: “Trajectory” – 3.0 million

Episode 17: “Flash Back” – 3.39 million

Episode 18: “Versus Zoom” – 3.03 million

Episode 19: “Back to Normal” – 3.39 million

Episode 20: “Rupture” – 3.33 million


 

Josh Epstein

Josh Epstein is the Publisher for the Capeless Crusader website. He’s a lifelong comic nerd, and “Superman” is the first word he ever read aloud. He is also an actor, singer, and resident of a real-world Smallville.

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