‘Arrow’ Ratings Hit The Mark for CW; Stephen Amell Talks Production
The CW set their sights high with their new edgy anti-hero drama Arrow – and it turns out the emerald archer hit the bull’s eye by pulling in the highest ratings the network has seen in three years. Arrow’s debut drew in over 4 million viewers and a 1.3 rating in the 18-49 demographic, which the network hasn’t seen since the premiere of Vampire Diaries back in 2009.
In another rare ratings feat Arrow’s first hunt actually tied NBC’s new Wednesday night comedies Animal Practice and Guys With Kids for the hour in the demo and total viewers. The second episode of Supernatural season 8 also received a superhero assist from Arrow by pulling the veteran drama’s numbers up to 2.6 million viewers and a 1 rating from last week’s season premiere.
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