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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 1 year 11 weeks ago

Arrow Scores Ratings Season High; Up Second Straight Week

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Good news for Stephen Amell's Arrow is that the series saw a second straight ratings increase with this week's episode being a season high.

Last week saw the ratings up for Arrow significantly with the "League Of Assassins" episode, and this week follows suit adding about 250,000 viewers.

Arrow "Keep Your Enemies Closer" had 2.99 million viewers for its sixth episode of Season 2 giving the series its season high. The premiere episode for Season 2 netted 2.7 million viewers.

The 8th episode will feature the first appearance of Barry Allen aka The Flash played by Grant Gustin which looks to be another popular episode.

Stephen Amell recently took to his Facebook page to note they are getting ready to work on the 35th episode of Arrow. If they get to 47 - that means Season 3 is green lit.

Getting to work on Episode 35 this morning. If we get to Episode 47, that means we're a go for season 3. I want the 47th episode. Badly.

Here are the full numbers for Wednesday, November 15, 2013 (via Zap2It):

TimeNetShow18-49 Rating/ShViewers (millions)
8:00CBSSurvivor2.4/79.77
 ABCThe Middle2.3/78.86
 FOXThe X Factor1.7/55.77
 NBCRevolution1.4/45.14
 CWArrow1.1/32.99
     
8:30ABCBack In The Game1.8/56.41
     
9:00ABCModern Family3.8/1010.61
 CBSCriminal Minds2.7/711.62
 NBCLaw & Order: SVU1.6/46.09
 CWThe Tomorrow People0.6/21.69
     
9:30ABCSuper Fun Night2.1/65.92
     
10:00CBSCSI1.9/610.27
 ABCNashville1.5/45.43
 NBCDateline1.1/35.07

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