UPDATE, 3 PM: Revolution‘s 1.4 streak is over. After logging a 1.4 18-49 rating for four consecutive weeks, the NBC drama inched up in the finals to a 1.5 today. Also adjusted up a tenth were Arrow, which matched its season high, and Survivor, while Super Fun Night was adjusted down a tenth.
PREVIOUS 9:30 AM: The X Factor (1.7) rebounded slightly from the then-series-low 1.5 the Fox music competition posted last Wednesday against the CMA Awards. After two weeks off, ABC’s Modern Family (3.8) matched the fast national for its most recent original on October 23. The Middle (2.3) was up 10% vs. the fast national for its most recent episode two weeks ago. Back In The Game (1.8) inched up a tenth, while Super Fun Night (2.1) was up 24% from October 30 when it followed a Modern Family repeat but down a tenth vs. when it last aired behind an original Modern Family on October 23. It will likely be adjusted down in the finals because of a minute of Modern Family overrun. Nashville (1.5) was up a tenth. NBC’s Revolution made it five consecutive weeks at a 1.4, earning a free refill next Wednesday. Law & Order: SVU (1.6) perked up 7%.
CBS’ Survivor (2.4) slipped a tenth, while Criminal Minds (2.7) and CSI (1.9) were up 17% and 6%, respectively. Criminal Minds drew its largest audience of the season (11.6 million, up 20%), and CBS won the night in viewers (10.6 million) and adults 18-49 (2.4). The CW’s Arrow (1.1) was up 10% from last Wednesday. In adults 18-34 (1.1), it was up 22% week to week to hit a season high and tie a series high. It also logged a series high in men 18-34 (1.4). The Tomorrow People (0.6 in 18-49) was steady.