Update: Tuesday’s “Glee” delivered a 1.1 adults 18-49 rating with 2.68 million viewers. Even with its number in the adults 18-49 demographic, the episode’s viewer count trailed the 2.80 million garnered by last week’s 100th episode.
Like last week, the episode lost viewers as it progressed.
“New Girl,” which led out of “Glee,” posted a 1.2 with 2.49 million. Reigning as FOX’s top performer in the demo, the season finale of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” posted a 1.3 with 2.59 million.
Tuesday’s “Glee” officially closed out the show’s “New Directions” chapter. Beginning next week, it shifts its focus to the New York setting–and transports several cast members from Lima (or elsewhere) to the Big Apple.
An important episode for the series, it nonetheless failed to draw a sizable audience.
Tuesday’s “Glee” posted a 2.2 overnight household rating. Down from the 2.4 for last week’s “Glee 100,” it represents a very minor uptick from the 2.1 set by the March 11 episode.
The adults 18-49 rating, which will be released at 11:30AM, will likely fall into the now-typical 0.8-1.2 ballpark.
FOX followed with “New Girl” and the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” season finale in the 9PM hour. Both drew a 2.1 overnight household rating. The former was up a tenth from its previous original (which aired on March 12); the latter improved upon last week’s number by two tenths.