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I recently came across this question - How is the audience of the Arrowverse spread amongst the 4 shows?

The crux of the question is this:

Maybe it is the mathematician in me speaking, but I always wondered how the viewership spread amongst the 4 shows. Which part of the audience watches all of them? Only one of them?

Do we have any figure (from the CW or independent source) about the viewership of the Arrowverse?

Since this doesn't pertain to the SFF aspects of said shows, but audience totals, is this on-topic or should it be closed? I tend to think it might be better for Movies&TV.SE, since they have some questions about such topics.

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    Honestly, it sounds like trivia, but that's not off-topic anymore either. – Möoz Dec 4 '17 at 3:39
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    So no SFF-Nal questions are always off-topic? Guess it’s time to close half the site... – Edlothiad Dec 4 '17 at 6:22
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    That should say non-SFF-nal – Edlothiad Dec 4 '17 at 8:46
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Behind-the-scenes questions are on-topic

This includes fandom information. There's no need to move these types of questions to M&TV as they're perfectly valid, on-topic and have precedence.

In fact, our Help Center has the following guidance in Help Center > Asking:

What topics can I ask about here?

Science Fiction & Fantasy Stack Exchange is for questions targeted towards science fiction and fantasy enthusiasts. This includes questions about:

  • Plot, character, or setting explanations
  • Historical or societal context of a work
  • Behind-the-scenes and fandom information
  • Story identification
  • Franchise/series reading or viewing order

[emphasised relevant part]


Note: partly adapted from Why is fandom information treated as if it weren't on topic?

  • Honestly, it sounds like trivia, but that's not off-topic anymore either. – Möoz Dec 4 '17 at 3:38
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    You can say that again! – Edlothiad Dec 4 '17 at 8:46

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