The ratings are in for last night's episode of Arrow with the viewership remaining stable.
Last night's episode saw 2.812 million viewers tune in, which is comparable to the Arrow Season 2 premiere and Season 1 finale.
It did dip a bit from last week's Episode 2, which achieved a higher rating for the series, but the World Series may have played a factor.
Stephen Amell seems happy with the ratings as well as he added the following on his Facebook:
Really thankful for all the folks that are watching Arrow. You can say a very loyal viewership in the standard (and incredibly antiquated) Neilsen Ratings... But man... When you start seeing adjusted numbers for DVR's, Hulu Rankings, iTunes Rankings and online numbers... Not to mention all the International love... Wow!!
Thank you so much for watching our show. It will continue to raise the bar. I promise.
It will be interesting to follow the ratings for Arrow through the rest of the season as a Batman element comes into play with the League of Assassins. Ra's al Ghul was already mentioned last night, and then there is the introduction of Grant Gustin in episode 8 as Barry Allen The Flash.
Here are the full ratings for Wednesday, October 23rd (via EW):
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