Ratings: Arrow and Criminal Minds Hit Highs, Revolution Still Holding Steady

Nov 14 2013, 11:44am CST | by TV Line

The CW’s Arrow this Wednesday targeted 3 million total viewers — up 7 percent to its second-largest audience of the season — while rising a tenth in the demo to match its season high of 1.1.

The sophomore drama also hit a series high in the 18-34 demo, The CW notes. (Also: Can you believe they went there with what Oliver said to Felicity?!)

Leading out of that, The Tomorrow People (1.7 mil/0.6) added a few eyeballs while flat in the demo.

Over on CBS, Criminal Minds drew 11.6 million viewers (surging 20 percent to a season high) while rising 17 percent in the demo to a 2.7. Bookending the Eye’s night, Survivor (9.8 mil/2.4) ticked down a tenth in the demo while CSI (10.3 mil/1.9) inched up a tenth.

Elsewhere….

NBC | Revolution once again held steady with 5.1 mil and that series low of 1.4. SVU led out of that with 6.1 mil/1.6, up 7 percent and a tenth.

ABC | The Middle (8.9 mil/2.3), Back in the Game (6.4 mil/1.8) and Nashville (5.4 mil/1.5) all grew in audience and added a tenth in the demo, while Modern Family (10.6 mil/3.8) returned from its two-week break down a tenth. Super Fun Night, with 5.9 mil and a 2.1, was on par with its last episode airing out of a fresh ModFam.

FOX | The X Factor (5.8 mil/1.7) rose two tenths from last week’s Wednesday nadir.

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Source: TV Line

 
 
 

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