TV Ratings for Wednesday, November 2nd: The X-Factor was strong, But Modern Family was stronger

Fox led the night in the all important A18-49 demo (3.9) with new episodes of The X-Factor (11.18 million viewers, A18-49: 3.7) and another episode of The X-Factor (11.81 million viewers, A18-49: 4.1).

CBS took second place, despite having more total viewers (11.77 million viewers) with new episodes of Survivor: South Pacific (11.87 million viewers, A18-49: 3.5), Criminal Minds (12.80 million viewers, A18-49: 3.6), and CSI (10.64 million viewers, A18-49: 2.7).

ABC took third place with all new episodes of The Middle (9.35 million viewers, A18-49: 2.9), Suburgatory (8.49 million viewers, A18-49: 3.1), the night’s most watched show in total viewers and the A18-49 demo, Modern Family (13.25 million viewers, A18-49: 5.6), Happy Endings – pulling the same numbers as last weeks series high (7.85 million viewers, A18-49: 3.5), and Revenge – which grew from last weeks series high (8.57 million viewers, A18-49: 3.0).

NBC struggles with its mix of a new episode of Up All Night (4.75 million viewers, A18-49: 1.8), a repeat of Up All Night (3.39 million viewers, A18-49: 1.2), and new episodes of Harry’s Law (7.09 million viewers, A18-49: 1.1), and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (7.04 million viewers, A18-49: 2.0).

Lastly, The CW offered up a repeat of Ringer (1.20 million viewers, A18-49: 0.4) leading into a new episode of America’s Next Top Model (1.80 million viewers, A18-49: 0.8).

All information is from The Futon Critic 

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