Ratings: Revolution and Back in the Game Hold Steady Vs. World Series, Arrow/CSI Drop Most

Revolution - Season 2With the deciding game of the World Series drawing 18 million viewers and a 5.4 rating for Fox (per prelim numbers), all of Wednesday’s other comers at best held steady, but most dropped.

On CBS, Survivor did 9 mil and a 2.3, dipping a tenth, while Criminal Minds (10.6/2.4) fell 11 percent. CSI (9.6 mil/1.8) then suffered one of Wednesday’s steepest drops, down 14 percent in the demo versus the World Series’ late innings.

ABC‘s The Middle scared up 8 mil and a 2.1, ticking down a tenth, while bubble comedy Back in the Game held steady at 6.2 mil/1.7. Leading out of a Modern Family repeat, Super Fun Night (5.4 mil/1.8) dropped 14 percent to a series low. Nashville (5.2 mil/1.4) in turn slipped two tenths to its own all-time low.

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Over on NBC, Revolution was rock steady with 4.9 mil and a 1.4. The second of two SVU reruns, with 4.6 mil/1.2, improved in Ironside‘s final tallies (3.9 mil/0.8).

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The CW‘s Arrow (2.3 mil/0.7) took the night’s biggest percentage dip, down 22 percent in the demo, while The Tomorrow People (1.7 mil/0.6) fell 14 percent.

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