The Flash Sees a Rise in the Ratings for the First Time with Cisco’s Final Episode

After hitting a series low of 641,000 viewers with an incredibly low demo of 0.10 with its last episode titled “Family Matters”, The Flash Season 7 has finally had some good news with its ratings.
Tuesday’s episode of The Flash Season 7 which saw the departure of one of the show’s core members Cisco Ramon (Carlos Valdes) aka Vibe and his girlfriend Kamila (Victoria Park) as a series regular was the show’s most-watched episode since April and had 768,000 people tune in to it while it managed to get an 18-49 demo rating of 0.20.

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This is the first time this season that The Flash has witnessed a rise in its ratings and even that with an impressive +127,000 viewers.

Though it is still significantly lower than the first five episodes of the season which had an average of 975,000 viewers tune in to it live while it premiered with a demo of 0.3, the current jump in the ratings is still a sign of hope that the people actually still like to tune in to The Flash as it airs.
Whether or not The Flash will be able to keep its momentum purely depends on the quality of its next arc as people have been fed up with the show’s reduced role of its titular hero and the enhanced focus on its side characters.

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