Ratings: Super Fun Night and Revolution Down Again, Arrow Rises, Ironside Stabilizes

Matt Webb Mitovich
Ratings Super Fun Night Arrow
Ratings Super Fun Night Arrow

Wednesday night is still looking neither super nor fun for Rebel Wilson.

The Aussie cut-up’s ABC sitcom Super Fun Night this week drew barely 6 million total viewers and a 2.1 rating, down another 16 percent in the demo to deliver barely 50 percent retention out of Modern Family (10.9 mil/4.0, up a tenth).

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Toy Story of TERROR! opened ABC’s night strongly with 10.3 million total viewers and a 3.0 rating, the network’s best numbers in the time slot in almost two years and TV’s highest-rated animated special since Nov. 2011. Leading out of that, Back in the Game held steady at 6.2 mil/1.8.

Capping ABC’s night, Nashville (5.8 mil/1.7) ticked up a tenth. (Read Kim Roots’ latest recap!)

Over on NBC, Revolution (5.4 mil/1.4) ticked down another tenth, marking its third straight week of declines since the season opener. SVU‘s Munch send-off followed with 7.4 mil/1.7, up 17 percent and a tenth. Ironside (4.9 mil/1.1) shed some viewers but was steady in the demo.

CBS’ Survivor (9.9 mil/2.5) was flat, while Criminal Minds (11 mil/2.7) and CSI (9.4 mil/2.0) each rose a tenth.

The CW’s Arrow targeted 3 mil and a 1.1, up 11 percent and two tenths from its opener. The Tomorrow People (2.2 mil/0.8) dipped a tenth from its debut.

Fox’s coverage of the ALCS Game 4 averaged 8.1 mil and a 2.4 based on prelim numbers, up sharply from a year ago’s NLCS Game 4 telecast.

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