Batwoman Season 2’s Ratings Hit An All-Time Low

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It’s been revealed that Batwoman Season 2’s rating on The CW have hit an all-time low for the series.

That’s is not good news for Batwoman nor The CW.

This news was revealed by the website TV Series Finale, and they’re all about shows’ ratings, renewals and cancellations.

They’re reporting that Batwoman Season 2’s ratings are the worst the show’s ever had.

Season 2’s ratings started off pretty poorly and the show’s never really recovered after that.

It’s actually been getting worse for the show.

Batwoman Season 2 Episode 13, which aired last Sunday, ended up getting fewer than 400,000 viewers.

This is the first time in the show’s two-year history that it’s had such low ratings on The CW.

Batwoman Season 2’s ratings on The CW are pretty bad


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According to TV Series Finale, only just 385,000 people watched the episode.

The ratings in the 18-49 demographic matched the same low point of the past three episodes as well, coming in at 0.10.

This is actually the second time in just two weeks that Batwoman has broken its own poor ratings record.

Episode 12 was watched by only 430,000 viewers, which was at that point the lowest ratings the show had ever had.

It was particularly bad because that was the moment that Kate Kane was returning to the show.

The episode featured Wallis Day as Kate, who was taking over the role from Ruby Rose.

What do you make of this news?

Are you watching Batwoman Season 2 on The CW and if so, what do you make of these poor ratings?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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  1. Miles

    Comic book fans make shows like Batwoman. Introduce the main lead character that does not actually exist in the comic books (especially for the sake of being woke) is a red flag that producers do not care for the integrity of the comic book series, or for the fans. they will stay away.

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