Fox's "Glee" Sinks to a Series-Low Rating

News   Fox's "Glee" Sinks to a Series-Low Rating
 
Ratings from the Feb. 6 episode of "Glee," entitled "What The World Needs Now," fell to a series low, according to Deadline.com. 

The series, which moved from Thursday to Friday nights for its final season, fell 29 percent from the previous week and hit a low in viewership, with 1.57 million watching the 9 PM show. According to Deadline, it was the second least-watched show of the night and down 15 percent in viewers from its Jan. 30 episode.

As previously reported, the series' final season-premiere episode was down 65 percent among adults 18-49 from its Season Five premiere, which aired Sept. 26, 2013, at 9 PM.

The final season of "Glee" began airing Jan. 9. Read the Playbill.com recap of episode 6.6, "What The World Needs Now," here.

Visit Fox.com/Glee.

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