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Primetime Ratings: CBS Wins, Fox's 'Teenage Daughter' Drops 25% in Week Two

new comedy I Hate My Teenage Daughter fell 25% in week two, down to a
2.1 rating in the 18-49 demo, according to Nielsen overnight numbers. A
90-minute X Factor was also down 11% to a 3.3, giving the network an
overall 3.0/8, and putting it in a tie for second.

The CW, which
finished with an overall 0.8/2, aired the finale of the 17th cycle of America's Next Top Model, which
was up across all key demos: up 43% in A18-34 (1.0),  up 27% in W18-34
(1.4), and up 25% in A18-49 (1.0).

CBS eked out the
victory with a 3.1/8. Survivor was even with another 3.3, while Criminal
(down 8% to a 3.4) and CSI (down a tenth to a 2.5)
returned from a few weeks off.

ABC, which tied
for second with Fox, saw its lineup return from a week off. The Middle
was down a tenth and Suburgatory stayed even, both with a 2.8. Modern
sunk 9% to a new season-low 5.0, and Happy Endings, also down
by 9%, posted a 2.9. Freshman drama Revenge was down 8% to a 2.4.

NBC finished
fourth with a 1.6/4. Up All Night was down a tenth to a 1.8, while Harry's
was down 14% from its season high to a 1.2. Law & Order:SVU stayed even with a 1.9.