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Update 2: “Tomorrow People” Ratings Improve, “Star-Crossed” Flat

Update 2: An adjustment in the Final Nielsen report lifted The CW’s freshman drama “The Tomorrow People” from its series low adults 18-49 rating.

According to the final data, Monday’s episode posted a 0.4 adults 18-49 rating with 0.93 million viewers.

Last week’s episode, the worst of the show’s run, drew a 0.3 rating with 0.76 million viewers.

Earlier in the night, The CW aired “Star-Crossed.” It matched last week’s 0.3 rating but enjoyed a very slight viewership uptick to 0.83 million.

Update: Monday’s edition of “Star-Crossed” posted a 0.3 adults 18-49 rating with 0.87 viewers. Even with last week’s showing in the demo, the performance, barring a downward adjustment in the final data, reflects a slight uptick from last week’s 0.81 million viewership average.

Lead-out drama “The Tomorrow People” also enjoyed improved viewership. After sinking to an average of just 0.76 million viewers last week, “TTP” garnered a stronger 0.90 million this Monday.

Its adults 18-49 rating, however, remained at a series low 0.3.

Nearing news of their fates from the executives at The CW, both “Star-Crossed” and “The Tomorrow People” held steady in the overnight metered market ratings.

Precisely matching last week’s numbers, the two freshmen dramas delivered 0.8 overnight household ratings.

Last week’s 0.8 overnight household ratings translated into a 0.3 adults 18-49 rating with 0.81 million viewers for “Star-Crossed” and a 0.3 with 0.76 for “The Tomorrow People.”

The series’ adults 18-49 and total viewership numbers, which might not demonstrate the precise consistency found in the overnight household ratings, will be revealed by noon.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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