'Enterprise' Audience Grew For 'Storm Front Part Two'

By Michelle
October 20, 2004 - 5:39 PM

See Also: 'Storm Front, Part II' Episode Guide

Despite fast national ratings that indicated a drop, Star Trek: Enterprise experienced a rebound in total viewers last week, bringing in approximately 200,000 more viewers than the week before.

"After an off week, UPN's Star Trek: Enterprise was back on track, with its ratings almost up to last year's low levels - 3.1 million viewers, 93rd place," reported Joal Ryan of E! Online.

Depending on trends in future weeks, this might mean that despite a drop of nearly fifteen percent in fast national ratings between "Storm Front, Part One" and "Storm Front, Part Two", the series has not lost significant numbers of viewers in the switch from Wednesday to Friday nights on UPN.

"Storm Front, Part 2" will finish in total viewers above "Damage", which had less than 2.9 million viewers, though it still remains near the bottom in terms of episodes overall. On the other hand, Enterprise did not finish last in its timeslot as it did routinely on Wednesday nights and UPN's Friday night viewership is up for the hour.

The original comment is at E! Online.

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