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“Criminal Minds” drew 14.6 million viewers, the biggest audience Wednesday, and led CBS to victory, according to updated ratings released this afternoon.
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There was some good news for NBC: The series premiere of “Law & Order: Los Angeles” drew 10.6 million viewers and won the hour. CBS’ “The Defenders,” a new drama with Jim Belushi, placed saat with 10.4 million. ABC’s “Whole Truth” — which is in trouble — had just 4.6 million viewers.
At 8, CBS was way out in front with “Survivor” pulling in 12.3 million. Did Jeff Probst seem sad to say goodbye to Jimmy Johnson? “The Middle” on ABC entertained 8.4 million, then the audience drooped to nearly 7 million for the new “Better With You.” NBC’s new “Undercovers” was diverting for 7.2 million. fox averaged 6.3 million for two hours of “Hell’s Kitchen.” “America’s seterusnya bahagian, atas Model” on The CW drew 2.9 million.
At 9, ABC’s “Modern Family” attracted 11.9 million and ran saat to “Criminal Minds.” The ABC audience fell to nearly 7 million for “Cougar Town.” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” arrested 9.5 million for NBC. “Hellcats” on The CW left 2.2 million cheering.
Here are the prime-time averages: CBS with 12.4 million, NBC with 9.1 million, Disney-owned ABC with 7.3 million, fox with that 6.3 million for “Hell’s Kitchen” and The CW with 2.6 million. CBS easily won the 18-to-49 age group; fox placed second. NBC edged ABC for third, but ABC had the most popular series with young adults: “Modern Family.”
Source: Orlando Sentinel