‘The Masked Singer’, ‘Christmas In Rockefeller Center’ Lead Wednesday Ratings; ‘SEAL Team’ Return Ticks Down

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Gwen Stefani onstage at "Christmas In Rockefeller Center" on Wednesday Courtesy of Chris Haston/NBC

The Masked Singer returned after taking last week off with a two-hour edition that easily topped Wednesday’s primetime ratings. The uber-popular incognito singing competition delivered a 1.6 in the adults 18-49 demographic and 6.36 million viewers, holding fairy steady with its last fresh episode.

NBC was filled with Yuletide cheer on Wednesday with the 88th annual Christmas in Rockefeller Center special (1.1, 7.11M), netting the night’s largest audience. It was followed by holiday high kicks from the Rockettes in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (0.8, 4.96M).

SEAL Team (0.5, 4.10M for both hours) had its two-hour Season 4 premiere at CBS (with a shocking departure of a series regular). Its Nielsen Live+Same Day numbers were down from the drama’s Season 3 average and on par with its demo low in February. Meanwhile, The Amazing Race (0.7, 4.16M) managed to tick up.

At ABC, The Goldbergs (0.7, 3.89M) and American Housewife (0.6, 3.13M) were up in the demo, while Black-ish (0.4, 2.16M) held steady. For Life (0.3, 1.86M) at 10 p.m. hit a series low in the demo.

The CW’s Devils (0.1, 380,000) and the Season 3 finale of Coroner (0.1, 584K) were on par with last week’s numbers.

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