A little article on Castle's ratings going into the seventh season plus some comments on last season's ratings. There's a brief discussion on ratings in general.
Castle’s final numbers for “The Time of Our Lives” ended up at 1.6 with 9.52 million viewers for the night, making it a solid second against The Blacklist and NCIS: Los Angeles.
A look at how Castle "I, Witness" did in the ratings plus predict how "Resurrection" will do this week.
When an ER physician is gunned down in the street, Castle and Beckett soon discover that the victim was a mob doctor to a Mafia family run by an old friend of Castle's. Also, against the backdrop of Christmas, Esposito and Lanie reach a defining moment in their relationship.
Castle takes on a routine P.I. case, but the investigation turns deadly when he witnesses a murder “I, Witness” – Castle is hired to uncover...
It’s been a rough couple of weeks for the show. “Child’s Play” brought a series low with 1.5 in the demo and “Meme is Murder” didn’t fair much better, coming in at a 1.6 for the week.
Nielsen admits to a ratings measurement issue going back to March. The problem is fixed and will issue new ratings for current season.
Castle is a shoe-in for a seventh season but what about those ratings? There's no need to panic.
Castle turns its focus on one of its supporting players in "Kill Switch." After Esposito chases a suspect onto a subway, he finds himself a hostage with their suspect in a murder investigation.
RATINGS—Castle was up with the first part of its annual two-parter episodes. "Resurrection" posted a 1.6 with 7.43 million viewers. That's up about 14...