We’ve been monitoring the ratings situation with The Blacklist season 7 for some time now, and today, rest assured that we’ve got even more news to discuss.
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Last night’s rather-revealing episode entitled “Hannah Hayes” ended up generating a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic and, to go along with that, close to 4 million viewers. These numbers are down slightly from what we saw last week, but they are fairly in line with what we’ve seen for the bulk of the season. We just that NBC would give us at least some sense as to whether or not this is the final season. We think that there is some sort of plan behind the scenes, but it’s not one that we’ve got all that clear of a plan on at the moment.
What we can say at the moment is that the writers are not wasting their time to push the story forward in some rather-interesting ways — after all, the midseason finale is going to be titled “Katarina Rostova.” If that isn’t a huge sign of some of the awesomeness coming, what is?
The state of things for Charmed season 2
For everyone out there who loves this show, we do at least have some pretty-solid news to report. Last night’s new episode ended up generating a 0.2 rating, which is a nice little improvement on where things stood the week before. We’re mostly curious about Charmed so much because it’s hard to imagine that The CW would cancel both it and also Dynasty — basically, the entirety of their Friday-night lineup. This is a network that has shown a lot of loyalty to a lot of its programming, but the larger question now is just how long that’s going to last. Is there a point where they may decide to cut out some of their programming? We can’t rule that out.
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