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"Supergirl" Did Even Better Than We Thought; CBS Releases Live+3 Ratings

The good news continues for "Supergirl", as CBS has released their Live+3 ratings for the premiere, adding an additional 3 million viewers to the original number from last week -- which was estimated to be roughly 13 million viewers.

Live+3 ratings take into account viewership on DVR from the three days that followed the premiere. Because of this, "Supergirl's" premiere is now estimated to have been watched by a total of 16.3 million viewers.

Additionally, the Live+3 ratings saw a rise in viewership for adults age 18-49, bringing the show to a 4.1 rating in that demo.

In comparison, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." brought in similar numbers, with 12.1 million viewers for its live premiere, with the Live+3 ratings bringing it to a total of 15.8 million -- a considerable success for ABC.

Along with "Blindspot" -- which has the same producer, Warner Bros. Television's Greg Berlanti -- "Supergirl" had one of the two highest-rated premieres for dramas in the Fall 2015 TV season.

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