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Wednesday Final Ratings: 'Arrow' & 'The Middle' Adjusted Up; 'Super Fun Night' & 'CSI' Adjusted Down & Final World Series Numbers

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October 31st, 2013

Arrow October 30

The Middle and Arrow were each adjusted up a tenth while Super Fun Night and CSI were each adjusted down a tenth among adults 18-49  versus the preliminary Wednesday broadcast ratings. Final baseball numbers are also below.

Final broadcast primetime ratings for Wednesday, October 30,  2013:

Time Net Show 18-49 Rating/Sh Viewers (millions)
8:00 FOX World Series Game 6 (8-11PM) - Live 5.7/17 19.18
CBS Survivor 2.3/7 9.00
ABC The Middle 2.2/7 8.03
NBC Revolution (8-901PM) 1.4/4 4.87
CW Arrow 0.8/2 2.37
8:30 ABC Back In The Game 1.7/5 6.11
9:00 CBS Criminal Minds 2.4/6 10.64
ABC Modern Family -R ((-931PM) 2.2/6 7.22
NBC Law & Order: SVU -  R (9-11PM) 1.1/3 4.22
CW The Tomorrow People 0.6/1 1.72
9:30 ABC Super Fun Night (9:31-10PM) 1.7/4 5.17
10:00 CBS CSI 1.7/5 9.50
ABC Nashville 1.4/4 5.25

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

 
  • Bitter Go On Fan (Former Bitter Ringer Fan)

    Arrow still at a new series low 0.8 (0.9 was the previous one).
    The only reason The originals hasn’t gotten the back 9 order is probably because The CW wants to make the announcement of 2 shows getting it instead of only one and since they haven’t made a decision yet …my bet is that they’ll go for TTP.

    @brandy I’ve never heard that reign is a limited series. It won’t get the back 9 order because of its ratings, not because of the limited series nonsense.

  • queeneeuq

    Both The Neighbors and Nashville are again likely to get the “pity renewal”. All the new ABC comedies are a failure. Most of the dramas. Revenge is getting a final season renewal. The have come to the point they want Body of Proof back. These two are staying since the others are not.

  • Brandy

    @rayx, At May Upfronts they listed Famous in 12 would air during the regular season, it was announced with the rest of thier lineup so it’s not a summer show
    I read it on Deadline and right after upfronts they also said The 100 is a limited series and others have also said Reign is a limited series
    @whoever said the Amell name will get TTP, no it won’t.Itl get one based on ratings and avaiable replacements or it won’t get one.

  • rob60990

    So happy Nashville hit a series low.

    Super Fun Night needs to be cancelled.

    Glad there is no game 7 tonight.

  • Brandy

    @Bitter, wel, I others here have said that and I read it on deadline right around upfronts that it & The 10 are limited series.Why do you call it nonsense?Hostagses,Once/:Wonderland,Betrayal are limited series and w/Pedowitz also said Cult & Carrie Diaries are limited series,he reiterated that CD was when renewing it in May and said the season before last he wanted to try cable length seasons.

  • k:Alex

    Why was Nashville ever renewed, it could even beat Chicago Fire with a much stronger lead in last season.

  • k:Alex

    couldn’t *

  • HalCapone

    The Middle is that spunky little show that almost always holds its own without any lead-in boost.

  • cc

    The Middle beats MF.

  • Noel

    Whats wrong with people? Tomorrow People gets better and better! A shame. And Arrow had its most intense episodd yet. I hope that at least the DVR ratings show some noticeable boost.

  • s0303

    happy arrow was adjusted up…i would be very surprised if ttp doesn’t get a full season…batb got renewed with 0.5’s in the best timeslot of the cw…

  • a p garcia

    The WS did a number on all programs, but the good thing is that the WS game 6 crowned a world champion so no WS game 7.

  • queeneeuq

    All ABC new comedies are gone after 13 episodes. No full season = no renewal. Suburgatory goes to 8:30 wed and Mixology ends up at 9:30. It’s a fight between Killer Women, Mind Games, and Resurrection on who gets the spot after SHIELD.

  • mathew

    @cc modern family was a repeat…… only shows i watch on ABC are modern family and super fun night. super fun night better not drop anymore…

  • ToXiX

    Well well well. Goldbergs , Back In The Game, & Super Fun Night all at a 1.7.
    And Goldbergs had a lead in of 1.2, proving it’s not at all lead in dependent.
    Full season pick up for The Goldbergs in 3..2..1…

  • Charmed

    Damn it SFN and Nashville :(

  • Tom

    @ Percysowner

    TSC was 0.7/1.72MM for its 17th episode and then dropped to a 0.6 and then a 0.5 for the following two episodes. TSC climbed back to a 0.6/129MM for its final episode, but by then, the CW had given up on it. So, TTP has dropped to the same demo in four episodes as TSC did in 18 episodes. However, in fairness, TTP still has approximately 40,000 more viewers.

    It’s early in the season, but anyone who believes that TTP (and likely Reign) aren’t in trouble needs to reevaluate. The CW’s programs are heavily serialized, meaning that its hard for potential new viewers to catch up on the storyline. So, once a CW program’s viewership falls, it probably won’t recover. Currently, of the three new CW programs, only the Originals seems to be assured of renewal.

  • ToXiX

    @rob60990

    What are you.. The Dante for Nashville?

  • Elan

    Did anyone else notice that Nielsen adjusted the total viewers for Game 6 of the World Series to, specifically, 19.18 million people? Is Nielsen sending a message about the last time the Red Sox won the World Series at home…? (By the way, I’m a Yankee fan, but that’s the first thing that popped into my head as soon as I saw the final numbers.)

  • rob60990

    “What are you.. The Dante for Nashville?”

    I’ve been posting here for over 4 years. Don’t compare me to that idiot.

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