March 3, 2017 ratings: Emerald City finale boosts season 2 odds; Sleepy Hollow hurts its own

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For those wondering if the Emerald City finale ratings would actually be enough to get the show another run on the air, we’re very much pleased to hand down an answer.

The final episode entitled “There’s No Place Like Home” (fitting, no?) ended up drawing in total a 0.7 rating in the 18-49 demographic — this is the show’s best rating in many weeks, and its total viewer count of 2.9 million was up more than 25% from its most-recent outing. It’s not entirely clear as of yet if this will be enough to get the show another season (it may still be a longshot), but anything you can do to move things in the right direction is positive.

One thing that Emerald City can celebrate is that it was actually the #2 last night in its timeslot, behind only a repeat of Hawaii Five-0, which managed to secure a 0.8 rating and confirmed even better than this is a show that does tend to fare well even when it’s not airing a new episode.

We should find out in May what the final fate of Emerald City truly is.

A weak night all around

Other than Shark Tank blowing everything out of the water with a solid 1.4, this was not a night anyone is going to remember when it comes to the ratings. Not only that, but it may be the night when Sleepy Hollow died even more than it has so far.

With a 0.4 rating, the Tom Mison series ended up posting its lowest rating of the entire series last night — remember, this was without it even having to compete against a new episode of Hawaii Five-0. In theory, it should’ve done better rather than sliding back in the opposite direction. There is almost no chance at the moment the show comes back; we know that many people said this last time, as well, but we’re really starting to slide now towards the basement.

What did you watch on TV last night, and do you think there is a good chance that Emerald City could be coming back for another season on the air? Be sure to share now in the comments! (Photo: NBC.)

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