TV Ratings Report: Glee Hits Higher Note, The Originals Falls

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Fox received mixed news last night.

The 100th episode of Glee ticked up 22 percent from the previous Tuesday's series low, though Brooklyn Nine-Nine fell to a series low of it sown just a week before its first season finale.

Overall, NBC was the top network among adults 18-49, while CBS won with total viewers. As usual...

Remembering Finn Hudson
Quinn and Puck gather in this scene from Glee's 100th episode and pay tribute to Finn Hudson.

8 p.m.
The Voice: 13 million viewers
NCIS: 16.7 million
Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe: 3.9 million
Glee: 2.8 million
The Originals: 1.6 million
9 p.m.
About a Boy: 7.9 million/Growing Up Fisher: 6.7 million
Supernatural: 1.9 million
NCIS Los Angeles: 14.2 million
The Goldbergs: 4.6 million/Trophy Wife: 3.1 million
10 p.m.
Chicago Fire: 7 million
Mind Games: 2.1 million
Person of Interest: 10.9 million

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A slip in the ratings for The Originals was to be expected after Claire Holt left, I am surprised it didn't fall more. I personally saw the episode online the next day, and that was in big part because I wasn't that interested in watching it without Rebekah so I waited until I had nothing better to do, but a lot of people gave up on it completely when Claire left

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@ neza

I did not watch the Originals. I still haven't watched it. I am not over Claire Holt leaving. Until I can deal, I won't watch it.

Sarah-silva

So happy that Chicago Fire is holding steady. I know it will never beat Person of Interest and I do watch both shows and I am lucky that I get Person of Interest at 600pm so I can watch both it and Chicago Fire.
I think the Original's slipped because people are mad that Claire Holt left. I still watched the episode and it was good.

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