Predict the ratings for “The Reckoning”



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 percent over the previous week’s “I, Witness.” Year-to-year the show was down 24 percent in demo and 26 percent in viewers.

The nature of the episode wasn’t the reason for the uptick (you can spin it all you want, it won’t work), The Bachelor posted a season high of 2.7 with 8.70 million viewers. ABC heavily promoted the 2/9/15 episode of the reality show as the one with the psychopath girl and the heavy promotion of Castle during the episode probably helped boost the ratings up.

Something that also helped Castle was that it won the night in women viewers. No doubt, those viewers were watching The Bachelor because nothing sells ratings like women fighting and calling each other names and pulling each others’ hair.

The Live +7 numbers are also in for “Private Eye, Caramba.” The show saw a 1.1 increase in demo with a 2.5 in the 15-49 demo and 11.772 million viewers. Right now the show is averaging a growth of about 4.285 million viewers and 1.1 in demo. Last year it was 4.388 million viewers and 1.2 in the demo.

Through episode 14, Castle is averaging 1.6 in the demo and 8.6 million viewers. Last year at this time, the show was averaging 2.0 in the demo with 10.39 million viewers.

Predict the ratings for “The Reckoning”

Reckoning” – In the second installment of the Castle two-parter, stakes rise as the 12th Precinct matches wits with serial killers Jerry Tyson (3XK) and Dr. Kelly Nieman. With the clock ticking, Castle and the team must crack the case before the killers claim their next victim, on Part 2 of “Castle,” MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Predict the ratings for "The Reckoning"

  • 1.3 (6%, 3 Votes)
  • 1.4 (2%, 1 Votes)
  • 1.5 (8%, 4 Votes)
  • 1.6 (85%, 44 Votes)

Total Voters: 52

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