Ratings: Legends Improves Time Slot, While The Flash Returns to Lows

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow christened its new Tuesday home with 1.74 million total viewers and a 0.6 demo rating (per finals), off 10 percent and a tenth from its mideason finale but greatly improving on time slot predecessor No Tomorrow, which drew 800K and a 0.3 the last time it led out of a fresh Flash and mustered just 580K/0.2 with its week-ago finale.

Opening The CW’s night, however, The Flash (2.7 mil/0.9) returned down 13 and 25 percent, tying and hitting series lows. Hmmm.

Elsewhere on the night….

ABC | Leading out of a slew of sitcom reruns, Agents of SHIELD (2 mil/0.6) was steady in audience while holding onto last week’s all-time low demo rating.

NBC | The Wall (6.6 mil/1.6) dipped. This Is Us (9.6 mil/2.8) rose two tenths (to its second-highest rating ever), as did Chicago Fire (7.4 mil/1.8).

CBS | NCIS (16.2 mil/1.9) was steady, Bull (11.2 mil/1.3) slipped two tenths and New Orleans (9.2 mil/1.1) dipped a tenth.

FOX | New Girl (2.4 mil/0.9) and The Mick (2.8 mil/1.0) each ticked down, while Bones (3.05 mil/0.9) rose a tenth.

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