Wednesday evening’s TV ratings are in. Here’s a brief rundown:
- The CW’s Arrow dropped three tenths from last week to a 0.9 rating in the 18-49 demo and 2.53 million viewers, while The Tomorrow People was even with a 0.6 rating and 1.66 million viewers. Read Dave’s Arrow recap here.
- Over on ABC, The Middle was down two tenths to a 2.2 rating and 8.38 million viewers, Back in the Game scored a series low 1.6 rating and 6.08 million viewers, Modern Family hit a new season low with a 3.3 rating and 10.03 million viewers for a drop of half a ratings point, Super Fun Night dipped one tenth to a 1.9 rating and 5.67 million viewers, and Nashville ticked up one tenth to a 1.6 rating and 5.62 million viewers.
- CBS’ CSI garnered a 2.1 rating and 11.03 million viewers to match its season high, while Criminal Minds scored a 2.8 rating and 12.29 million viewers for a rise of one tenth.
- NBC’s Law & Order: SVU was even with last week’s 1.6 rating and notched 5.92 million viewers, and Revolution dropped one tenth to a 1.4 rating and 5.25 million viewers.
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