For those of you looking for the latest ratings from the past several days, this is your go-to article! As we often do daily, we’ve got some interesting numbers to share. Unfortunately, we can’t say that we’re starting off with the best news.
Dark Matter – This past episode, unfortunately, drew some of the show’s worst numbers that we’ve seen to date — a 0.1 rating in the 18-49 demographic and just over 500,000 viewers. In part, we’ll say that one of the reasons why the numbers are what they are here has to do with Comic-Con, given that many of the show’s diehard fans may have been a bit preoccupied. We almost wonder if Syfy should consider taking that week off in the future for their summer programming.
Unfortunately, there is still no formal word on a Dark Matter renewal, but we’re going to continue holding out for that!
Wynonna Earp – The same effectively goes for this show — thankfully, it’s already been renewed for a third season so it doesn’t have its future to worry about. While its demo rating (0.1) averages out okay, it did actually draw a lower figure without the rounding than it has all season. In terms of total numbers, this is the first time that the show drew under 400,000 viewers since an episode in May 2016.
Power – Finally, some good news. The show’s most-recent episode (which is, in our opinion, the best to ever come on Starz) drew 1.79 million viewers, its strongest performance of the whole season. It also scored a 0.8 rating in the demo, not that this really matters since Starz relies on subscribers and not demo performances.
Stitchers – There’s nothing all that unusual to report on here for the Freeform drama — the 0.1 rating it drew, coupled with the 335,000 viewers, are pretty much in line with some of its other recent performances on the network. Its renewal odds are firmly up in the air, however.
Shadowhunters – Finally, Monday’s episode scored a 0.2 rating and close to 600,000 viewers, which is a nice bounce-back for the show after a couple of off weeks. It’s already coming back for season 3, so there’s a little bit less to be concerned about here.
Finally, let’s throw in here a couple of quick notes about last night: America’s Got Talent is still beastly, as evidenced by its 2.6 rating in the demo. Meanwhile, Somewhere Between in its first Tuesday episode entered Still Star-Crossed territory with just a 0.4. Consider this another reminder as to why ABC isn’t programming in the summer scripted content. The two that they’ve aired have both done horribly.
Stay tuned; we’re going to continue to give you the latest ratings information and insight moving forward!