Arrow: Season Finale Ratings Are In!

Craig Byrne May 15, 2014 7

UnthinkableSo how did last night’s Arrow season finale do in the overnight ratings?

Initial numbers have it at an 0.8/3 in the target demo and 2.33 million viewers. It might go up more with the final numbers.

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  1. L PALA May 15, 2014 at 9:06 am -

    Thank you but these numbers don’t tell me anything when I don’t know how they compare to previous weeks.

    • Me May 15, 2014 at 1:03 pm -

      Well, it’s not like this is the only episode that greenarrowtv has published the ratings of. Shouldn’t be too hard to find ratings for other episodes on this site…

    • Deathstroke May 15, 2014 at 4:14 pm -

      They don’t tell you anything full stop in my opinion. The ratings system has been broken for a long times It doesn’t account for the hundreds of thousands who watched it online or recorded it to watch later, or those who will watch repeats or download it because they were busy. These numbers don’t really indicate anything worthwhile anymore.

  2. willy stoop May 15, 2014 at 11:02 am -

    Arrow with Stephen Amell deserves to win an Emma award; soo good, soo talented.
    2.33 milion viewers is soo much; we have a crimeserie here in Holland, also very talented and amusing and also over 2 milion viewers!! Thank you Arrow team, can’t wait for season 3!!

  3. angela May 16, 2014 at 10:13 am -

    Disappointing. This show deserves a higher audience.

  4. MattyM May 17, 2014 at 12:26 pm -

    Adjusted up to a 0.9 in the finals. Still disappointing it didn’t hit a 1.0 but it was still the top CW show for the week.

  5. Lucy May 27, 2014 at 12:36 pm -

    The ratings began dropping around the time the show devoted itself to the Lance sisters and their boyfriend drama. I guess sisters sharing a boyfriend is not what the Arrow audience wants to watch. Here’s hoping the writers learned a lesson and season three won’t be so much about Laurel and her problems.