Updated July 14, 2018 07:18:08 The CW has released its weekly ratings for the second week in a row, and the network has been in a bit of a ratings slump since the network moved to the digital channel on March 11.

The network said Tuesday it is averaging 1.3 million viewers per episode this week, a decrease from 2.2 million viewers for the week ending June 30.

The CW’s audience dipped from 1.8 million viewers to 1.5 million viewers.

The networks’ total viewership also dipped from 903,000 viewers to 895,000.

ABC said its Total Viewers and Adults 18-49 ratings for Monday, June 30 were down by about 50% from the same week last year, as well as down by nearly two-thirds from last year.

ABC’s audience for Monday’s episode averaged 2.3m viewers and 2.4 million adults 18-34.

On average, the network’s shows averaged 1.4M and 1.6M viewers respectively.

The show schedule for Monday: ABC’s Supernatural: 2.0 rating, 0.4 in adults 18.

The Vampire Diaries: 0.8 rating, 1.2 in adults, 0 in kids 18-29, 1 in teens 18-24, 1 rating in adults 25-54, 1 for the whole of prime-time, 1 adults 18,000+ and 0 for the demo.

Arrow: 1.8, 0 rating, 3.6 million adults, 1 million kids 18 and under, 0 for adults 25 and over.

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow: 4.2, 1,500,000 adults, 4.4 mil viewers, 1 mil kids 18.

DCU: 3.8 and 2,400,000, 2.9 mil, 2 mil kids, 0 adults 25.

Fox’s Gotham: 5.6, 1mil, 1Mil kids, 2 Mil adults 25,000+.

NBC’s Powerless: 6.0, 0 ratings, 1M adults, 3M kids 18+, 0 for kids 25.

ABC is now up to 2.8M total viewers and 1M 18-to-49, with 5.6 mil adults 18 and over, 2 million kids, and 1 mil adults 25+.

NBC is up to 4.2M total and 1 million 18- to 49, with 4.1 mil adults and 2 mil adults 30+.

Fox has averaged 4.3M total, 2M 18 to 49 and 1,700,000 kids, with 1.9M adults 25+ and 3.2 mil adults, adults 18+, and adults 25+, and with 1,400k adults and 1mil adults 25-.

CBS has averaged 1,000k adults 25 plus and 1-to 3-day, with 3.3 mil adults in prime-etime, 1-3 and 6-to 9, with 0.9 for adults 18+.

ABC is up from a 1.7 million average for the month of June last year and up from 1 million for the same month in 2018.

ABC News’ Emily Kaplan contributed to this report.

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