The 100 starts strong, Intelligence drops + 52 other genre shows

Another show got a midseason premiere this week, and it started strong.

The CW's latest sci-fi offering, The 100, premiered with the best midseason debut numbers the network has seen since 2010. Meanwhile, other shows are beginning to get renewal notices, and while series like SupernaturalThe Vampire Diaries and Grimm have already earned another year, shows like Intelligence are struggling to survive. 

Check out the numbers and commentary below to see how your favorite shows are doing in Live + Same Day ratings.


MONDAY, March 17

Beauty and the Beast (CW) -- OFF

Teen Wolf (MTV) 2.00 million viewers/0.8

Teen Wolf got a small boost to viewers and held its demo score for a solid week. 

Lost Girl (Syfy) 0.76 million viewers/0.3

Lost Girl picked up a few more viewers, but more importantly it held the boosted demo score it got last week after a long slump in that area. We'll see if it can maintain and even build on that as the finale nears. 

Being Human (Syfy) 1.13 million viewers/0.5

Being Human got a small boost to its viewers for its best episode in three weeks. Just three more to go. 

Bitten (Syfy) 0.73 million viewers/0.3

Bitten slipped in viewers this week after setting a high last week, but held its demo score. 

Intelligence (CBS) 5.30 million viewers/1.1/3 share

Intelligence dropped to an all-time low in both viewers and demo score this week, making it look even more like a one-season show.

Archer (FX) 0.91 million viewers/0.4

Archer slipped this week to hits its lowest demo score of the season, but it's already got two more years coming.  

The Following (FOX) 3.95 million viewers/1.4/4 share

The Following slipped to a new season low for the second straight week, but it's already coming back. 

Star-Crossed (CW) 1.00 million viewers/0.3/1 share

Star-Crossed got a very small boost to its viewers this week, but it held its low demo score. Things still look bad here.  

Bates Motel (FX) 1.84 million viewers/0.7

Bates Motel took another hefty drop this week to hit another series low in viewers and demo score. If this continues, season two could be the end. 

The Tomorrow People (CW) 1.17 million viewers/0.4/1 share

The Tomorrow People shifted to Beauty and the Beast's vacated timeslot this week, and it did about as well as it was doing in its old Wednesday slot. It's not doomed, but if it can't improve it may be a one-season wonder. 


Shows on Hiatus

Almost Human (FOX) — Returns Unknown

Defiance (Syfy) — Returns June 2014

Sleepy Hollow (FOX) — Returns Fall 2014

Tron: Uprising (Disney XD) — Returns Unknown

Under the Dome (CBS) — Returns June 30


TUESDAY, March 18

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC) -- OFF

Person of Interest (CBS) 10.94 million viewers/1.7/5 share

Person of Interest returned to a boost in viewers and an even demo score. The second half of the season is definitely proving weaker than the first, but it's also already been renewed. 

Supernatural (CW) 1.86 million viewers/0.9/2 share

Supernatural returned to a slight drop in viewers but held its demo score. No worries here for a show that's already earned another year. 

The Originals (CW) 1.53 million viewers/0.7/2 share

The Originals set a new series low across the board this week, but a second season is already happening. 

Shows on Hiatus

Ravenswood (ABCFam) — Returns Unknown



Arrow (CW) 2.42 million viewers/0.8/3 share

The appearance of the Suicide Squad on Arrow brought with it a boost to viewers, demo and share. Arrow's staying strong as it heads for season three.  

Revolution (NBC) 4.26 million viewers/1.2/4 share

Revolution dropped to a new series low in viewers and demo score this week. It's still fighting, but it looks more and more each week like it's losing. 

The 100 (CW) 2.73 million viewers/0.9/3 share

The 100 premiered to numbers strong enough to make it The CW's best midseason debut in four years. We'll see how much of that early audience it can hold on to.  


Shows on Hiatus

American Horror Story (FX) — Returns Fall 2014

DreamWorks' Dragons (TOON) — Returns Unknown


THURSDAY, March 20

The Big Bang Theory (CBS) -- OFF

Elementary (CBS) -- OFF

The Vampire Diaries (CW) 2.28 million viewers/1.1/4 share

The Vampire Diaries returned with its best numbers since January. No worries here. Another season is on the way. 

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland (ABC) 3.51 million viewers/0.8/3 share

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland got its first boost since mid-December this week, but that's not enough to save it. All signs point to cancellation. 

Shows on Hiatus

Saving Hope (NBC) — Returns Unknown

Wilfred (FXX) — Returns 2014


FRIDAY, March 21

Grimm (NBC) 5.71 million viewers/1.5/5 share 

Grimm got a boost to its viewers and a small drop in its demo. It's also already got another season, so no worries here. 

Hannibal (NBC) 2.69 million viewers/0.9/3 share 

Hannibal got a boost to its viewers for its best night since the season premiere. Its renewal chances are still hazy, so hopefully it can build on the relative stability of these numbers. 

The Neighbors (ABC) 3.67 million viewers/0.9/3 share

The Neighbors got a small boost to its viewers and demo score, but cancellation is still likely. 

Helix (Syfy) 1.23 million viewers/0.4

Helix got a boost to its viewers but lost a tenth of a point in its demo score. We'll see if the finale can come up big. 

Shows On Hiatus

Continuum (Syfy) — Returns April 4

Da Vinci's Demons (Starz) — Returns March 22

Dracula (NBC) — Returns Unknown

Haven (Syfy) — Returns Fall 2014


SATURDAY, March 22

Shows on Hiatus

Atlantis (BBC) -- Returns Unknown

Doctor Who (BBC) -- Returns Fall 2014

Orphan Black (BBC) -- Returns April 19

In The Flesh (BBC) — Returns Spring 2014


SUNDAY, March 16

The Walking Dead (AMC) 13.46 million viewers/6.7

The Walking Dead grew again this week for its second most-watched episode of the season. Get set for big finale numbers. 

Once Upon a Time (ABC) 6.91 million viewers/2.1/6 share

Once Upon a Time slipped a bit this week, but the season overall looks good and a renewal seems likely. 

Resurrection (ABC) 9.51 million viewers/2.5/6 share

Resurrection dropped again this week, but it was still the highest-rated scripted show on broadcast TV Sunday night. For now, it's on solid ground. 

Cosmos (FOX) 4.25 million viewers/1.7/4 share

Cosmos slipped again this week. We'll see if it can ever level off. 

Believe (NBC) 5.13 million viewers/1.2/3 share

Believe took another drop this week, putting it in somewhat dangerous territory early in its run. It's not doomed, but doom might not be far off if this keeps up. 

Shows on Hiatus

Falling Skies (TNT) — Returns 2014

Game of Thrones (HBO) — Returns April 6

Sherlock (PBS) — Returns Unknown

True Blood (HBO) — Returns Summer 2014

Witches of East End (Lifetime) — Returns 2014

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