The latest episodes of Fire Country and SWAT were very good episodes but one episode seen an increase in ratings and the other seen a fall!
Fire Country leads the night in ratings beating SWAT again.
Episode 5 was titled “Get Some, Be Safe”
A vegetation fire gets complicated for the crew when a panicked horse refuses to evacuate a burning barn; Vince’s brother Luke makes a surprise visit.
The episode received 5.400M views and a .40 demo.
Up from the last episode 5.303M views and .47 demo.
Fire Country stars Max Thieriot, Billy Burke, Kevin Alejandro, Diane Farr, Stephanie Arcila, Jordan Calloway, and Jules Latimer. In the story, Bode Donovan (Thieriot) is a young convict seeking redemption and a shortened prison sentence. He joins a prison release firefighting program in Northern California. and it’s a high-risk, high-reward assignment. Bode is unwittingly assigned to Three Rock Con Camp, which is located in his small hometown of Edgewater. That’s where he was once a golden all-American son and also where his troubles began. Five years ago, Bode burned down everything in his life and left town with a big secret. Now he’s back, with the rap sheet of a criminal and hoping for a chance at redemption.
SWAT Season 5 episode 5 was titled “Unraveling”
When the team stops a robbery of a department store, they fear the crime was designed to distract from something more sinister; Hondo enlists Street to connect with Powell after she ignores orders in the field.
The episode received 4.600M views and a .40 demo.
Down from the last episode 4.629M views and .41 demo.
SWAT stars Shemar Moore, Alex Russell, Jay Harrington, Kenny Johnson, David Lim, and Patrick St. Esprit. The crime thriller centers on Sergeant Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson (Moore), a Los Angeles native and former Marine who’s been tapped to lead a new “last stop” Special Weapons And Tactics unit (S.W.A.T.). The rest of the team includes seasoned David “Deacon” Kay (Harrington), cocky Jim Street (Russell), expert driver Dominique Luca (Johnson), and informant-connected Victor Tan (Lim). Responsible for the management of all Metro Division S.W.A.T. units is Commander Robert Hicks (St. Esprit), a senior LAPD official with the Special Operations Bureau.