Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Wednesday, October 23, 2019
The numbers for Wednesday:
|Time||Show||Adults 18-49 rating/share||Viewers (millions)|
|8 p.m.||2019 World Series: Game 2 (FOX) (8-11 p.m.) – S||2.9/13||11.78|
|Chicago Med (NBC)||1.2/6||7.67|
|The Goldbergs (ABC)||0.9/5||3.92|
|Riverdale (The CW)||0.3/2||0.91|
|8:30 p.m.||Schooled (ABC)||0.7/4||3.17|
|9 p.m.||Chicago Fire (NBC)||1.2/6||7.81|
|SEAL Team (CBS)||0.7/3||4.64|
|Modern Family (ABC) – R||0.5/3||2.42|
|Nancy Drew (The CW)||0.2/1||0.81|
|9:30 p.m.||Single Parents (ABC)||0.6/3||2.48|
|10 p.m.||Chicago P.D. (NBC)||1.1/6||6.69|
|Harry & Meghan: An African Journey (ABC) – S||0.5/2||3.34|
NBC’s “One Chicago” lineup took some predictable hits Wednesday night, coming off their crossover-boosted numbers from a week ago.
Kicking the night off, “Chicago Med” returned to its usual 8 p.m. time slot with a 1.2 rating in adults 18-49 and 7.67 million viewers, predictably down from its 1.5 rating and 8.93 million viewer audience last week. At 9 p.m., “Chicago Fire” followed it with a 1.2, also down from its previous 1.3, while “Chicago P.D.” similarly dipped back down from a 1.3 to a 1.1.
Elsewhere, FOX’s broadcast of Game 2 of this year’s World Series easily topped the night’s ratings, averaging a 2.9 rating with 11.78 million viewers, pending updates. That puts it almost perfectly even with Game 1’s preliminary numbers from Tuesday night, and up a little from the preliminary 2.8 rating and 11.33 million viewer audience that last year’s Game 2 broadcast scored (which adjusted up to a 3.3 with 13.46 million viewers in the finals).
CBS’ “Survivor” posted a 1.3 with 6.77 million viewers, down a tenth from its 1.4 rating last Tuesday. “SEAL Team” (0.7) and “S.W.A.T (0.6), however, went the other way, ticking up one-tenth from their previous episodes.
It was a less steady night for ABC, as “The Goldbergs” (0.9), “Schooled” (0.7), and “Single Parents” (0.6) all slipped a tenth week-to-week. Additionally, at 10 p.m., the “Harry & Meghan: An African Journey” special raked in a 0.5 with 3.34 million viewers, while “Modern Family” and “Stumptown” both took the week off.
On the CW, “Riverdale” managed to tick up from its previous 0.2 to a 0.3, but the same could not be said for “Nancy Drew,” which stayed even with its last outing’s 0.2.
|Adults 18-49 rating/share||2.9/13||1.2/6||0.9/4||0.6/3||0.2/1|
|Total Viewers (millions)||11.78||7.39||5.08||3.11||0.86|
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Source: The Nielsen Company.