Ratings: The X-Files Revival Rises With Derided Finale, Bested by Bachelor

X-Files Finale Ratings

Fox’s X-Files revival finale — which averaged a grade of “B-“ from TVLine readers while eliciting the occasional “fulfilling,” “horrible” and “awful” review — drew 7.6 million total viewers and a 2.4 demo rating (per finals) on Monday night, up 7 and 14 percent week-to-week.

As a whole, TVLine readers gave the six-episode revival an average grade of “B+.”

Leading out of that, Lucifer (4.9 mil/1.5) ticked down to series lows.

Elsewhere in the ratings….

THE CW | Crazy Ex (920K/0.3) dipped a tenth, Jane the Virgin (940K/0.3) was flat.

CBS | Supergirl (7.3 mil/1.5) slipped 16 percent in the demo to match its series low. Scorpion (9.8 mil/1.7) and NCIS: LA (8.8 mil/1.3) each fell 19 percent in the demo, to their lowest rating since Nov. 23.

ABC | The Bachelor (8.7 mil/2.4) rose 21 percent and three tenths, while Castle (5.5 mil/1.1) was up 6 percent and two tenths.

NBC | The Superstore (4.7 mil/1.4) and Telenovela (2.9 mil/0.9) finales each added audience plus two tenths in the demo. The Biggest Loser (3.9 mil/1.2) rose to hit and tie season highs, but was down 28 and 14 percent from its previous finale.

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