CBS won the night in all measures.
'Survivor' matched last week's 2.5. 'Criminal Minds' took an unexpected leap upward, rising four tenths to a 2.7. 'CSI' rose a smidge to a 1.9. 'The Middle' jumped up two tenths to a 2.4. The recently axed 'Back in the Game' rose a tenth to a 1.8, making that decision even more puzzling than it already was. 'Modern Family' returned from a few week layoff, dropping slightly to a 3.8. 'Super Fun Night' may have just earned itself a stay of execution, climbing up three tenths to a 2.0. 'Nashville' rose to a 1.5, but is still more likely to get canceled than not.
'The X-Factor' increased two tenths to a 1.7, the first positive movement its made in several weeks. 'Revolution' finally broke the 1.4 series low curse, albeit only moving up to a 1.5. 'Law & Order: SVU' rose a tenth to a 1.6. Dateline matched last week's 1.1. 'Arrow' garnered a 1.2, its highest rating since the 1.3 drawn by early October's season premiere. 'The Tomorrow People' held steady, remaining at its seemingly constant 0.6.
Key: Broadcast Network - Show Name - 18-49 Rating - 18-49 Share - Total Viewers In Millions
CBS - Survivor (N) - 2.5 - 7 - 9.87
ABC - The Middle (N) - 2.4 - 7 - 8.93
FOX - The X-Factor (N) - 1.7 - 5 - 5.78
NBC - Revolution (N) - 1.5 - 4 - 5.17
CW - Arrow (N) - 1.2 - 3 - 3.09
ABC - Back in the Game (N) - 1.8 - 5 - 6.47
ABC - Modern Family (N) - 3.8 - 11 - 10.75
CBS - Criminal Minds (N) - 2.7 - 8 - 11.63
NBC - Law & Order: SVU (N) - 1.6 - 4 - 6.16
CW - The Tomorrow People (N) - 0.6 - 2 - 1.65
ABC - Super Fun Night (N) - 2.0 - 6 - 5.84
CBS - CSI (N) - 1.9 - 6 - 10.47
ABC - Nashville (N) - 1.5 - 5 - 5.52
NBC - Dateline (N) - 1.1 - 3 - 5.04
Source: Nielsen Media Research