Tyrant: Season One Ratings

Tyrant FX TV show ratingsFX has found some great success with their scripted dramas, especially ones like Sons of Anarchy and American Horror Story. Will Tyrant also be a ratings hit? Will it be renewed for a second season or will it be cancelled instead? We’ll have to wait and see.

Tyrant revolves around the youngest son of a dictator who returns to his war-torn country in the Middle-East with his American family. The drama’s cast includes Adam Rayner, Ashraf Barhom, Moran Atias, Jennifer Finnigan, Anne Winters, Noah Silver, Mehdi Dehbi, Fares Fares, Alice Krige, Salim Daw, and Justin Kirk.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show’s chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.

Final season averages: 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 1.55 million total viewers.

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Cable ratings are typically released within a day or so of the show’s airing, except for in the case of weekends and holidays. They are sometimes harder to locate so there may be occasional delays or gaps.

What do you think? Do you like the Tyrant TV series? Do you think that it should be renewed for a second season?

UPDATE: FX has renewed Tyrant for a second season.

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    • Arthur says

      Once again, E7 was fantastic! Too bad there are only 3 episodes left, as with others, I am truly enjoying this excellent series. I really hope it gets renewed for a Season 2.

  1. Michael Lisek says

    This is the only show I faithfully watch.
    Sad that more can’t see how good it is or worse, refuse to watch out of prejudice.

  2. F.X. Feeney says

    Scene for scene, episode for episode, one of the finest shows on the air — right up there in contention beside “Masters of Sex,” “Magic City,” “Vikings,” “Turn,” “The Bridge” or “Halt & Catch Fire” in terms of spinning a sophisticated set of tensions.

    We’re in a golden time for “long form cinema” — there’s no longer any use in thinking of these as “TV Shows.”

    • Arthur says

      Could not agree more! And, don’t forget the outstanding series “The Americans”, “Justified”, “The Following”, and the recently renewed “Faego”. Yeah, super TV watching!

  3. Marie Harrington says

    I absolutely positively love love this program! Please keep it alive! Please! I even watch the repeats! I hate to wait one week to watch the next episode! It is BEST! I love the characters, the story line, and also consider it an education! You have selected the perfect individuals to play each role – perfect! I love all of them! Good jobs! Sterling acting!

  4. Chris jones says

    This show is great it caught my eye and now I can’t stop watching one of the best series I’ve scene so fair

    • Arthur says

      I am so pleased that FX has given me 3 good nights to watch excellent series: The Strain on Sundays, Tyrant on Tuesdays, and the Bridge on Wednesdays. For The Bridge, being that I am a Comcast customer, I can watch upcoming episodes 6 days before they air! For example, yesterday morning I was able to watch Episode 4 already. As those who follow that excellent series, the next episode is again revealing. I’ll watch it again on Wednesday, and next Thursday, I’ll be able to watch Episode 5.

  5. David says

    I have seen five episodes now and want to see more. It took several seasons for Breaking Bad to capture its audience and I hope that TYRANT will get a second season at least. I think it has great potential.

  6. Arthur says

    I am liking this series more and more. To me, it is done rather well, and last night’s ending was positive. I will continues to watch it, and if it keeps improving, I hope there will be a second season.

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