Ratings: Modern Family Hits Season Low; Arrow Rises

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Eric Stonestreet, Rico Rodriguez | Photo Credits: Peter "Hopper" Stone/ABC

Fox won the night Wednesday, led by American Idol on an overall low night.

The first Hollywood Week episode drew 14.2 million viewers and a 4.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, down almost a full point from last week.

In second place was ABC, which saw most of its lineup drop, including Modern Family (10.1 million, 3.8), which hit a season low and Nashville (6.2 million (1.7), which slipped to a series low.

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On CBS, Criminal Minds (11.8 million, 2.7) tied a season low and Part 1 of the CSI-CSI: NY crossover (10.9 million, 2.4) dipped two-tenths.

NBC's controversial Law & Order: SVU episode featuring Mike Tyson only drew 5.2 million viewers and a 1.5, down 12 percent.

The CW's Arrow (2.9 million, 1.0) and Supernatural (2.2 million, 0.9) were up and flat, respectively. 

8 p.m.
CBS:
Person of Interest (R) 7.3 million viewers (1.2 demo rating)
ABC: The Middle 8.4 million (2.3); The Neighbors 6.3 million (1.8)
NBC: Whitney 3.5 million (1.2); Guys with Kids 3.2 million (1.2)
Fox: American Idol 14.2 million (4.6) [8-10 p.m.]
CW: Arrow 2.9 million (1.0)

9 p.m.
CBS:
Criminal Minds 11.8 million (2.7)
ABC: Modern Family 10.1 million (3.8); Suburgatory 5.8 million (2.1)
NBC: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 5.2 million (1.5)
CW: Supernatural 2.2 million (0.9)

10 p.m.
CBS:
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 10.9 million (2.4)
NBC: Chicago Fire 6.5 million (1.8)
ABC: Nashville 6.2 million (1.7)


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