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The Flash: Ratings Report For “The Trap”

Ratings report for the Flash episode The Trap

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FLA120A_0260rIn the initial overnight ratings, The Flash had 3.84 million viewers and a 1.5 in the Ages 18-49 demo – the demographic number actually beating Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.! The numbers could change as the day goes on, hopefully for the better, and surely things will go up even more once DVR is factored in.

Updated details from The CW:

As THE FLASH races to its season finale, last night it had its most watched (3.84M) and highest rated episode since 2/17 in A18-34 (1.3/6), A18-49 (1.5/5) and M18-34 (1.7/8), and highest rating in M18-49 (1.9/7) since 2/10.

THE FLASH was tied for #1 in the time period in A18-34 and was #1 in time period among M18-34 and M18-49.

Week to week, THE FLASH WAS UP +18% A18-34, +15% in A18-49, and +2% in total viewers.

THE FLASH matched its second best rating ever among M18-34.

IZOMBIE also saw gains week to week in A18-34 (+20% 0.6/2), and in A18-49 (0.7/2, +17%).

For the night, The CW was #1 (tie) in A18-34 (1.0/4), and #1 in M18-34 (1.1/5), and #2 (tie) in M18-49 (1.2/4). It was The CW’s best Tuesday since 2/17/15 in A18-34 and M18-34, and best since 3/17/15 in total viewers (2.803 mil).

The CW was up +25% week to week in A18-34 (1.0/4) and +10% in A18-49 (1.1/4).

If you’ve seen “The Trap” and want to talk about it with other fans, come by our forum!

Only three episodes are left in The Flash Season 1, and they all look amazing… be sure to browse FlashTVNews for spoilers and clues!

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  1. Michael

    April 29, 2015 at 11:36 am

    I really liked this episode. The story went more further and there were some great twists and turns. Can’t wait to see the big battle and the reveal for what Eonard Thawne’s ultimate plan is.

  2. Jake

    April 29, 2015 at 12:06 pm

    So I’m curious how Flash beat Agents of Shield when it had 3.8 million views compared to Agents of Shield that had well over 4 million viewers. The math just doesn’t add up to me.

    • Craig Byrne

      April 29, 2015 at 2:49 pm

      In the initial overnights, The Flash had a 1.5 in the Ages 18-49 demo; SHIELD had only 1.4. Ergo, in the key demographic – the one most important to advertisers – Flash beat SHIELD.

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Flash Photos: “The One With The Nineties”

Preview images with spoilers for The Flash TV series episode “The One With The Nineties”

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The CW has released some photos to promote the April 6 episode of The Flash which is called “The One With The Nineties”… and we’re over here wondering, “why does Iris look like she’s styled from the Seventies?”

In any event, the gallery of photos can be found below, and a description with some spoilers for the episode can be found underneath the gallery. Enjoy!

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The Flash -- "The One With The Nineties" -- Image Number: FLA706a_0018r.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Michelle Harrison as Nora Allen, Grant Gustin as Barry Allen, Candice Patton as Iris West - Allen and Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow -- Photo: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2021 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved

CISCO AND CHESTER GO BACK IN TIME — Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Chester (Brandon McKnight) travel back in time and get stuck in 1998, repeating the same day over and over again. The key to returning home is at Chester’s childhood home but he refuses to visit. Meanwhile, Iris (Candice Patton) forges a connection with the speed force. Jeff Byrd directed the episode written by Kelly Wheeler & Emily Palizzi (#706). Original airdate 4/6/2021.

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Smallville’s “Bart Allen” Kyle Gallner Congratulates Jordan Fisher

Kyle Gallner, who played Bart Allen aka Impulse on Smallville, has congratulated Jordan Fisher on landing the iconic role.

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Kyle Gallner, who was the first actor to play Bart Allen in live action on several episodes of Smallville, has congratulated Jordan Fisher who will be playing Bart in future episodes of The Flash.

“Playing Bart on Smallville was one of the first big jobs I booked when I moved to California. It was an honor to suit up and play. I loved every second of it. Congrats to Jordan Fisher – I hope you love playing Bart as much as I did,” Gallner tweeted tonight, along with several lightning bolts and #TheFlash hashtag.

Getting the role at age 17, Kyle’s Bart Allen was the first “guest hero” to appear on Smallville in its ten season and he was even part of the iconic “Justice” episode of the series. He is still a very active actor and will soon be seen in the upcoming Scream sequel. Now, hopefully at some point he can appear on The Flash before all is said and done, as well?

You can read more about how Bart Allen will fit in to The Flash Season 7 here.

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Jordan Fisher Joins The Flash As Bart Allen

Jordan Fisher will be speeding on to The Flash as Bart Allen a.k.a. Impulse.

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Jordan Fisher is joining the cast of The Flash in a recurring role starting in Episode 150 (which appears to be Episode 17 of Flash Season 7)… and he’s playing the iconic Bart Allen a.k.a. Impulse.

There’s a catch, though… while in the comics, Bart is the grandson of Barry and Iris, here, he’s their… son. Here’s the description:

Bart is the future son of Barry aka the Flash (Grant Gustin) and Iris (Candice Patton) and is said to be “the fastest teenager on the planet.” However, due to his penchant for “wildly impulsive behavior,” Barry and Iris will have their hands full trying to teach him patience — which will be a necessity if they want to succeed, not only as a family unit, but also in stopping the biggest threat to the Flash yet.

Fisher is a multi-talented singer, actor, dancer whose credits have included theatre (Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton), TV (Teen Wolf, The Secret Life of the American Teenager), live TV productions (Grease Live, Rent Live), and even provided his voice to animated series such as She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.

The character of Bart Allen a.k.a. Impulse first made his appearance in Flash comics way back in 1994 and he had his own comic book series which lasted several years. Kyle Gallner played Bart on Smallville.

Assuming his first appearance really is in episode #7.17, we’ll see Bart speed onto the show later this year.

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