Ratings: Agent Carter Ends on Low Note

Agent Carter Cancelled Renewed

Agent Carters “Hollywood Ending” was not a happy one.

ABC’s midseason drama wrapped its sophomore run on Tuesday night with just 2.35 million total viewers and a 0.7 demo rating (per finals), hitting and tying series lows. TVLine readers gave the finale and the season as a whole an average grade of “A-.”

Setting the table for Peggy and the gang, The Muppets‘ double-episode season ender averaged 2.7 mil/0.9, with the latter half-hour hitting and matching series lows.

Elsewhere in the ratings….

CBS | With The Voice back in the mix, the 299th episode of the renewed-times-two NCIS (15.4 mil/2.0) slipped 13 and 17 percent to deliver its smallest audience of the season and match its lowest rating ever. New Orleans (11.7 mil/1.6) in turn dipped 9 percent and a tenth.

FOX | New Girl (2.6 mil/1.2) was flat, Brooklyn Nine-Nine (1.9 mil/0.8) ticked down to series lows, but Grandfathered (2 mil/0.8) and The Grinder (1.6 mil/0.6) were steady.

NBC | The Voice (12.3 mil/3.0) was down 7 and 12 percent from Monday’s opener. Versus the previous cycle’s Night 2, it was up in audience but down 14 percent in the demo.

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