Arrow Ratings Stabilize with “Code of Silence”

It’s been a down season overall for CW’s Arrow, but after a steady slide downward for most of the season, weekly ratings appear to have stabilized for the time being at approximately 2.44 million viewers, according to the latest Nielsen numbers.

This week’s episode, entitled “Code of Silence”, matched ratings from the previous week. Arrow landed in the #4 spot for it’s time slot, but remained The CW network’s highest rated show for the night, beating out Supernatural‘s 1.98 million.

Arrow remains the keystone of Greg Berlanti‘s connected universe, and star Stephen Amell is set to appear as an older version of himself on an upcoming episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

For context, you can see the complete ratings for the season below.


 

Episode 1: “Green Arrow” – 2.67 million

Episode 2: “The Candidate” – 2.5 million

Episode 3: “Restoration” – 2.4 million

Episode 4: “Beyond Redemption” – 2.64 million

Episode 5: “Haunted” – 2.6 million

Episode 6: “Lost Souls” – 2.3 million

Episode 7: “Brotherhood” – 2.69 million

Episode 8: “Legends of Yesterday” – 3.66 million

Episode 9: “Dark Waters” – 2.82 million

Episode 10: “Blood Debts” – 2.83 million

Episode 11: “A.W.O.L.” – 2.78 million

Episode 12: “Unchained” – 2.48 million

Episode 13: “Sins of the Father” – 2.44 million

Episode 14: “Code of Silence” – 2.44 million


 

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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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