Ratings: SVU Takes Some Punches, Arrow Rises, Modern Family Dips to Season Low

Ratings: Mike Tyson on SVULaw & Order: SVU‘s episode guest-starring Mike Tyson drew 5.2 million total viewers and a 1.5 demo rating this Wednesday, dropping 19 and 12 percent week-to-week.

Chicago Fire — which just had a 24th episode added to its freshman order — led out of that with an audience of 6.5 mil and a 1.8 rating, down 11 and 14 percent. Opening NBC’s night, Whitney (3.5 mil/1.2) dipped some, while Guys With Kids (3.2 mil/1.2) rose 9 percent.

Over on CBS, Criminal Minds — leading out of a POI rerun (7.3 mil/1.2) — drew 11.8 mil and a 2.7, sliding three tenths to match its season low. CSI‘s launch of the two-night crossover with CSI: NY (11 mil/2.4) dipped two tenths but handily won the hour on all counts.

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ABC’s The Middle (8.4 mil/2.3) slipped two tenths, as did The Neighbors (6.3 mil/1.8, versus last time leading out of a non-repeat). Modern Family (10.1 mil/3.8) was down 6 and 10 percent, hitting a season low in the demo. Suburgatory (5.9 mil/2.1) ticked down a tenth versus its last airing after a fresh Family. Closing out the night for ABC, Nashville and its shhhhteamy smooch did 6.25 mil/1.7, down two tenths to match its all-time low.

The CW’s Arrow (3 mil/1.0) ticked up a tenth, while Supernatural (2.22 mil/0.9) was flat.

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American Idol‘s arrival in Hollywood (14.2 mil/4.6) was down 16 percent week-to-week.

What were you watching this Wednesday?