Wednesday Ratings: Revolution, Back in the Game, Nashville, Modern Family, CSI

Revolution season two premiereWednesday, September 25, 2013 ratingsPremieres: The Middle, Revolution, Back in the Game, Modern Family, Criminal Minds, Law & Order: SVU, Nashville, and CSI. Finales: Capture. New episodes: Survivor and The X Factor. Reruns: Arrow.

It was an okay start for Back in the Game, the sole new series of the evening. When compared to the 10/3/12 debut of The Neighbors, ABC was up by 16% in the demo and up by 25% in viewership (1.9 in the demo with 6.32 million).

As expected, Revolution didn’t come close to matching its year ago numbers but was on par with its series lows from last May. Law & Order: SVU saw a big jump.

On CBS, the three hour shows all saw significant drops. The returning ABC series also experienced big hits as well. On FOX, The X Factor had its best night of the season, despite the increased competition.

And on The CW, it looks like Capture ended its first (and only?) season with a uptick in the demo but, based on viewership, I expect it to be adjusted down.

† = compared to last season’s premiere.

These are the fast affiliate ratings. The percentages represent the change since the previous original episode. (Percentages aren’t given for reruns or specials.) To see past ratings for a particular show, click the show’s link. The show pages are updated with the daily final ratings when they become available. Those pages include season averages to date.

What were you watching last night? Original network programming, reruns, cable, or something else?

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  1. Charles Anderson says

    What ever happened to the last episode of captured. It didn’t air due to I Heart Radio Music Awards being on and now this week its not on either. They were down to 3 teams left and it just stopped showing.

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