FRINGE 3.21 The Last Sam Weiss RATINGS

UPDATED: Fringe recorded a final 1.3 adults 18-49 and 3.517 million viewers for “The Last Sam Weiss” – up a tenth in the demo from the previous episode.

Head past the jump for the Fringe season 3 ratings so far.

Fringe Season 3 Ratings So Far

  • 3.21 “The Last Sam Weiss” – 1.3 adults 18-49 | 3.517 million viewers (final)
  • 3.20 “6:02 AM EST” – 1.2 adults 18-49 | 3.325 million viewers (final)
  • 3.19 “Lysergic Acid Diethylamide″ – 1.4 adults 18-49 | 3.6 million viewers (final)
  • 3.18 “Bloodline″ – 1.4 adults 18-49 |  3.843 million viewers (final)
  • 3.17 “Stowaway″ – 1.3 adults 18-49 |  3.797 million viewers (final)
  • 3.16 “Os″ – 1.5 adults 18-49 |  3.8 million viewers (final)
  • 3.15 “Subject 13″ – 1.5 adults 18-49 | 4.0 million viewers (final)
  • 3.14 “6B” – 1.5 adults 18-49 | 4.017 million viewers (final)
  • 3.13 “Immortality” – 1.4 adults 18-49 | 3.7 million viewers (final)
  • 3.12 “Concentrate And Ask Again” – 1.6 adults 18-49 | 4.3 million viewers (final)
  • 3.11 “Reciprocity” – 1.9 adults 18-49 | 4.53 million viewers (final)
  • 3.10 “The Firefly” – 1.9 adults 18-49 | 4.9 million viewers (final)
  • 3.09 “Marionette” – 1.7 adults 18-49 | 4.738 million viewers (final)
  • 3.08 “Entrada” – 1.8 adults 18-49 | 5.130 million viewers (final)
  • 3.07 “The Abducted” – 1.9 adults 18-49 | 4.846 million viewers (final)
  • 3.06 “6955kHz” – 1.7 adults 18-49 | 4.835 million viewers (final)
  • 3.05 “Amber 31422″ – 1.8 adults 18-49 | 4.804 million viewers (final)
  • 3.04: “Do Shapeshifters Dream of Electric Sheep?” – 2.0 adults 18-49 | 5.27 million viewers (final)
  • 3.03: “The Plateau” –  2.0 adults 18-49 | 5.19 million viewers (final)
  • 3.02: “The Box” – 1.9 adults 18-49 | 5.237 million viewers (final)
  • 3.01: “Olivia” – 2.2 adults 18-49 | 5.83 million viewers (final)

Thanks to lena for the heads-up.

3.21 Ratings via EW


  1. Con says

    I saw this comment on another site: “After seeing these last two episodes I feel like an idiot for giving up on this show in the middle of the first season.” I really hope more people will come to this conclusion over the summer so we can hopefully get some more viewers as we go into Season 4.

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    • FringeFriday says

      To be honest: When I first saw the show I “liked” it. I thought, wow it’s a modern version of the X-files…. but I totally got addicted when watching the season 1 finale. And since then I’ve seen every episode at least twice!

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    • Page 48 says

      “After seeing these last two episodes I feel like an idiot for giving up on this show in the middle of the first season.”

      I’m sure many people fell asleep long before the middle of S1, as repetitive and uninspiring as “Fringe” was as that time. Especially in light of Bad Robot’s great serialized shows like “Alias” and “Lost”, the FOTW procedural was disappointing with a capital D.

      Fortunately, the wake-up call went out, the writers gave their heads a shake, and look where we are now.

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  2. phantom says

    The only thing I fear is dying before this show ends, I know its Ridiculous, but ever since episode one and boy, every episode gives me this blood rush through my body, even in some episodes, my hands start shaking (literally), I really hope it never ends, and trying as best to get everyone I know to watch it.

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  3. Beowulf says

    Are FOX planning to keep Fringe in the Friday night slot for Season 4, or is it
    going to be moved?

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      • Beowulf says

        Then the producers should probably make Season 4 the final season
        then. Barring a miraculous surge in ratings, I can’t seriously see a fifth
        season with these numbers. :(
        And on a brigher note, it would be good to wrap up the show with a quality final season.

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  4. Anne from France (in Vancouver ;) ) says

    Is it me or the final ratings for 6:02am EST are worse than the prelim ones??? And yesterday’s ratings, not that good. Damn, I can’t understand how it’s possible not watching this show, above all with the crazy trailers they make!!! (desperate) :sigh:

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  5. LMH says

    UGH. Why do I bother looking? This is the ultimate dvr show, as the numbers demonstrate. But as a Fringe fan, I just can’t understand how people don’t watch it live AND record it at the same time, it’s so damn good. I wait all week to fringe out, there’s just nothing quite like it!

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    • says

      I’ve noticed you have two kinds of people here every week:
      the ones who hate the ratings, and the ones who hate the show.

      Being an Observer, let me introduce a third fanverse:
      the ones who love the show and don’t care about ratings or haters.
      “I’ve set everything in motion, it has begun”.

      Don’t let this weekly post get you down or worried; just enjoy the show and leave this for what it is.

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  6. Nick says

    The only problem is, the way I understand it….when Fringe comes back in September, if the ratings get worse (drop below 1.3 and continue), it doesnt matter if Fox ordered 22 episodes. They can still cut it off at anytime…is this correct? Does anyone know?

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  7. ApplesBananasRhinoceros says

    I think over the summer we all have to really work hard and get as many people as possible hooked!! I

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  8. Locutus says

    Never thought I’d say this, but maybe the show would benefit from simpler plots. Things are getting confusing, especially for casual viewers, imo.

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  9. rebecca says

    and I say this: what is the point of a show like fringe? I think is precisely that; confused us, make us going insane and always always keeping us wanting for more……… so the casual viewers needs to become a regular viewers, al least I hope so :)

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