You can keep up with the ratings here: http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/gotham-season-two-ratings-38069/ It will be updated every Tuesday evening following a Gotham episode. It will initially show the fast national rating, and later in the night will update to the Live+Same Day adjustment. Here are Gotham's Season One ratings: http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/gotham-season-one-ratings-33994/ Here is the Fox network average for the current season: http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/fox-2015-16-season-ratings-38075/ And the network average for last season: http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/fox-2014-15-season-ratings-33882/ Gotham's season two premiere earned a 1.6 in the Live+Same Day Nielsen ratings, totalling 4.57 million viewers. This represents a 51.52% decline from last year's premiere in the demographic and a 44.99% decline in total viewers. Last season's series premiere earned a 3.30 rating and 8.31 million viewers. Gotham didn't fall to or below a 1.6 rating last season until episode 19, while the average was a 2.19 (good for the second highest rated scripted show on the network, behind Empire). This has got to be alarming, especially considering Supergirl has not started yet and when occupy the same timeslot over on CBS. Working in Gotham's favor are its lucrative Netflix deal and the generally terrible condition of the Fox network (Minority Report premiered to a pathetic 1.1). It would probably have to fall below a 1.1 or 1.0 on a weekly basis to merit cancellation, but we won't really know how low it will sink for at least a month.