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TV ratings for Wednesday night saw dips across the board, with some being more dramatic than others.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, ABC's Super Fun Night tumbled in its second week, losing 22 percent in the key 18-49 demographic, dropping to a 2.5 rating. The network averaged 7.2 million viewers for the night.
Modern Family saw a 3.8 rating in the demo, down four tenths of a point from the previous week. Nashville slipped to a 1.7, while The Middle followed suit with a 2.2. ABC tied with CBS in the demo, averaging a 2.3 rating.
CBS started the night with Survivor slipping three tenths of a point to a 2.4 rating. Criminal Minds stayed fairly strong with a 2.6 rating, while CSI went to a 1.9 rating. The network won the night with 9.7 million viewers.
Fox took bronze for the night with an average of 7.14 million viewers and a 2.2 rating, HitFix reports. The X Factor brought in a 2.1 demo and 6.62 million viewers. The show increased its rating to a 2.3 in the demon during its second hour.
NBC trailed behind the other main networks for the evening with a low 1.4 rating and 5.61 million viewers. Revolution brought in a 1.5 rating and averaged 5.37 million viewers. Law & Order: SVU dropped a full point since its premiere to a 1.6 demo. Ironside continued its struggle, and likely slide towards cancellation, with a 1.1 in the demo.
The CW's Arrow premiered to a weak 0.9 in the demo, and was down from last year.