Ratings: Sarah Chalke's Parents Experiences Modest Dip, Nashville and Idol Tick Up

How to Live With Your ParentsIn its second week, ABC’s How to Live With Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life) dipped a far-from-catastrophic 14 percent, while Nashville grew and American Idol picked up a little steam.

With 7.3 million viewers and a 2.5 demo rating, the Sarah Chalke comedy retained a decent 87 percent of its premiere-week audience. Some of that erosion can be attributed to lead-in Modern Family (10.2 million, 3.8 rating), which was down 10 percent.

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At 10 pm, Nashville (6 million/1.8) was up 9 percent in viewers and 6 percent in the demo.

Over on Fox, American Idol stopped the bleeding with 12 million viewers (+4 percent) and a 3.2 in the demo (+7 percent).

At NBC, audiences feasted on Hannibal leftovers. An encore broadcast of the horror series’ premiere retained 97 percent of its Law & Order encore lead-in with 3.1 million sets of eyeballs and a .9 in the demo.

Lastly, CBS’ Survivor dipped 4 percent, Criminal Minds grew 7 percent and CSI surged 14 percent.

The CW was in rerun-mode.