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Wednesday Final Ratings: 'Survivor', 'American Idol' & 'SVU' Adjusted Up

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April 25th, 2013

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 Survivor was adjusted up two tenths and American Idol and Law And Order: SVU were adjusted up a single tenth among adults 18-49 versus the preliminary Wednesday broadcast ratings.

Want to know why adjustments occur to the preliminary ratings? Read this.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Wednesday, April 24, 2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 rating 18-49 Share Viewers Live+SD (million)
8:00PM FOX American Idol (8-10PM) 3.3 9 12.46
CBS Survivor: Caramoan 2.9 8 10.31
NBC Dateline NBC 1.3 4 5.57
ABC The Middle -R 1.2 4 4.76
CW Arrow 1.0 3 3.10
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8:30PM ABC Modern Family  -R 1.4 4 4.38
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9:00 PM NBC Law & Order: SVU 1.9 5 7.35
ABC Modern Family  -R 1.8 5 4.38
CBS Criminal Minds -R 1.4 4 5.90
CW Supernatural 1.0 3 2.38
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9:30PM ABC How To Live With Your Parents 1.5 4 4.81
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10:00PM CBS CSI -R 1.5 4 7.76
NBC Chicago Fire -R 1.0 3 3.99
ABC Nashville -R 0.8 2 2.97

Nielsen TV Ratings: ©2013 The Nielsen Company. All Rights Reserved.

 
  • fred

    …..Revolution only got 2.0 this week and that is NBC’s top rated flagship new show. SVU got 1.9 and its 14 years old….soon to be 15 !

  • omabin

    @Anthony Parello (AP076),

    First, I would appreciate if you would contain your language Then, as one of the “idiots” who argued for the possibility of that move, I do stand corrected, because I didn’t see Survivor making such a comeback this season, it looked pretty bad when it premiered, but it is looking better and better now. I no longer think that is a good idea. However, I still maintain that it is not such an idiotic thought if CBS is keen in premiering 3 new dramas, since the combined ratings for TAR and Survivor are lower than what CBS gets with its comedies right now. Therefore, it would depend on how high the new comedies would go. Given the great performances of both the reality shows, I no longer think it is worth the risk, but some sort of case could still be made.

  • Paul

    Not only is SVU old, it basically rates half as well in repeats. The residual effect of SVU must be gold. The show will not be going anywhere for a very long time. Even if Mariska were to leave, the show is sustainable without her. Yes, it’d dip a little but the payoff for the show to air more and more episodes will outweigh another slight dip. It can always be aired on Fridays or NBC’s woeful Sundays if/when Mariska leaves.

  • Nate

    Survivor is great this season especially now that Philip and Brandon are gone. Now they need to get rid of Dawn. Can’t stand her. Go Cochran!

  • networkman

    Law & Order:SVU is like comfort food. When everything else is in repeats, you return back to the show. I know I have respect for it because it is an old favorite. I feel certain episodes/issues may also create curiousity. Lastly, NBC may want to think about just keeping Dateline NBC as the lead in to Law & Order:SVU. Because those that watch the newsmagazine are more likely to stick around for SVU. These ratings justify NBC renewing the drama for a 15th season.

  • Mary Ruh

    I thought Supernatural was wonderful yet again. The clothing montage, Sam looking like he’s going to fall over when he’s shooting, the beer toss that failed, the kiss on the head Dean gives Charlie in a brotherly kind of way, just a great episode all around.

  • Fakeem

    Nate

    Posted April 26, 2013 at 8:11 AM

    Survivor is great this season especially now that Philip and Brandon are gone.

    I TOTALLY agree. Those two were why I didn’t watch the start of this run. being controversial doesn’t equate to being a “FAVORITE”. Those 2 are more suited for Heroes vs Villians, and neither are heroes.

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