CBS won the night in all measures.
Despite winning the night for CBS, 'The People's Choice Awards' dropped three tenths from last year, posting a 2.4. This represents the lowest number for the ceremony since back in 2008. 'The Middle' rose two tenths for ABC, garnering a 2.2.
A special 8:30 airing of 'Super Fun Night' fell to a 1.5, an all time low for the freshman comedy. 'Modern Family' matched its most recent episode's 3.5, topping the night in individual demos. Another new 'Super Fun Night' at 9:30 rose to a 1.7.
'Revolution' rose slightly for NBC, earning a 1.5. 'Law & Order: SVU' rather inexplicably rocketed up half a point to a 2.1. I honestly have no idea why, as the episode didn't receive special hype, and its lead-in hasn't changed. Weird. The series premiere of 'Chicago P.D.' scored a 2.0, way up from 'Ironside's debut in the same slot last fall, and right in line with 'Deception's first outing last January.
Key: Broadcast Network - Show Name - 18-49 Rating - 18-49 Share - Total Viewers In Millions
ABC - The Middle (N) - 2.2 - 7 - 8.82
CBS - 2 Broke Girls (R) - 1.5 - 5 - 5.94
NBC - Revolution (N) - 1.5 - 5 - 5.93
FOX - Step Brothers (Movie) - 1.2 - 4 - 2.91
CW - Arrow (R) - 0.3 - 1 - 1.15
CBS - 2 Broke Girls (R) - 1.5 - 5 - 6.35
ABC - Super Fun Night (N) - 1.5 - 4 - 4.87
ABC - Modern Family (N) - 3.5 - 10 - 9.51
CBS - The People's Choice Awards (N) - 2.4 - 7 - 10.36
NBC - Law & Order: SVU (N) - 2.1 - 6 - 8.81
CW - The Tomorrow People (R) - 0.2 - 1 - 0.75
ABC - Super Fun Night (N) - 1.7 - 5 - 4.68
NBC - Chicago P.D. (Series Premiere) - 2.0 - 6 - 8.59
ABC - David Blaine: Real or Magic (R) - 1.4 - 4 - 3.85
Source: Nielsen Media Research